Digital Content, Integrated

While digital media was once viewed as a supplemental resource to textbooks, Discovery Education's combination of content, alignment, assessment and professional development creates a comprehensive instructional solution comparable in scope to traditional schoolbooks.  This flexible, engaging and cost-effective solution appeals to forward-thinking educators and administrators as well as 21st Century learners.
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Discovery Education, producers of digital content and services such as Discovery Education streaming, Discovery Education Science and Discovery Education Health, announces a new curriculum alignment service headed by Senior Vice President of Curriculum Development, Dale Fulton.

Fulton will lead a group within Discovery Education dedicated to collaborating with school districts on their goals for the integration of digital content into day-to-day classroom instruction. Discovery Education's team will comb their library of more than 250,000 digital content assets, including video clips, writing prompts, images, audio files, virtual labs, games, and articles, and then align those resources to district pacing guides, scope and sequence documents, or instructional guides.

While digital media was once viewed as a supplemental resource to textbooks, Discovery Education's combination of content, alignment, assessment and professional development creates a comprehensive instructional solution comparable in scope to traditional schoolbooks. This flexible, engaging and cost-effective solution appeals to forward-thinking educators and administrators as well as 21st Century learners.

For more information on Discovery Education's new curriculum alignment services, or any other products and services from Discovery Education, please visit www.discoveryeducation.com or call 800-323-9084.

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