Discovery Education has announced the addition of hundreds of new, engaging assets to its award-winning digital services. The new digital resources, coming to Discovery Education Experience and the Science and Social Studies Techbooks, provide K-12 educators with an array of digital resources they can begin integrating into classroom instruction to engage all learners.
Hundreds of new videos from the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) collection are now live in Discovery Education. Through these videos, students will meet scientists and engineers leading ground-breaking research in space science, agriculture, computers, and much more.
Discovery Education has added new content from Animal Planet to pique students’ curiosity and transport them to places around the globe.
Discovery Education’s new “Curiosity” video series is now available within Experience and topic-based channels like Ecosystems and Holidays and Observances. Covering topics in biology, American history, and U.S. holidays, the series encourages elementary students to think big and get curious about the world around them. Host and narrator Lenzi the Magnifying Glass begins each episode with an engaging question that inspires critical thinking and creativity, such as:
USC Shoah Foundation and Discovery Education take students on a dynamic learning experience in Our Stories Are Stronger Than Hate Virtual Field Trip. During this virtual experience, students hear powerful first-hand testimonies to help them consider what gives stories the power to:
Discovery Education is proud to partner with BESE to bring three new video series that promote inclusivity and navigate the tapestry of cultures, identities, and nations that make up our nation. Founded by actress Zoe Saldana, the digital news platform reconstructs and recontextualizes narratives around how young people connect to today’s America. Students will be inspired by a diverse collection of inventors, entrepreneurs, newsmakers, problem-solvers, change-makers, and thought leaders who have contributed to our society through science, technology, art, and culture. These series include:
In Flipping Physics, high school physics teacher and host Jonathan Thomas-Palmer, along with his “students” Billy, Bobby, and Bo, use real-world examples of physics phenomena to keep students engaged and on track. The videos break down problems from all high school physics courses with clear, step-by-step solutions to help students in algebra-based and calculus-based courses, including:
Students will travel the globe and encounter distinct cultures and locales in the Travel Channel series, “Top of the World.” This unique series highlights the geography, landforms, architecture, and people of the world’s most fascinating locations, including: