Use search strategies to locate video segments, images, songs, sound effects, encyclopedia articles, audio files, events, lesson plans, animations, and more.
The following are ways to find resources for your classroom:
- Keyword Search: Use the Global Search bar to conduct targeted keyword searches. The search results contain all titles that match the keywords entered. Note that you can access your Recent Searches.
- Explore Recommended Content: Select Explore from the Global Navigation menu in the top left to access curated resources based on your profile selections for grade band, subjects, and interests. Drill down by subject under Browse by Subject.
- Browse Standards: Select Browse from the Global Navigation menu in the top left to search for resources that directly instruct, or support the instruction, of a state or national education standard. Select a state from the drop-down menu and then choose a standards document.
Filter your search results to tailor resources to the specific needs of students. You can filter by grade band, as well as resource type.
Then, filter results by Language, Details, Copyright, Publisher, Reading Level, and Lexile score.
When you explore search results, look for the NEW flag on a resource. This means it was added to Discovery Education in the last 60 days!