Discovery Education expands school product line in the US

MUMBAI: Discovery Education which deals with digital video and multimedia learning materials from the broadcaster has added over 250 new video, DVD, and CD-ROM titles to its Discovery School line of educational products.

This brings the total collection to over 1,000 titles in the US.

Supporting more than 25 core-curricular, K-12 subject areas, Discovery School products offer a wide selection of high quality, engaging, and interactive titles to support classroom activities.

Discovery Education executive VP Steve Sidel said, "These new Discovery School titles represent some of the very best that Discovery networks has to offer. It has been specifically developed to meet the classroom needs of today. And as with all Discovery School products, they also include complete lesson plans correlated to national standards for easy integration into teachers' existing curriculum."

In addition to all-new and updated titles in history, math, health, and

literature Discovery Education has added four new video series covering science, geography, and social


One title is The Jeff Corwin Experience. This allows teachers to turn science into a lively field trip. 2004 Emmy Award-winning host Jeff Corwin gives students an up-close look at animals in their native habitat, while teaching a respect for nature rarely seen in programming of this type.

The National Parks title sees Discovery bringing the screen to life exposing the magic and wonders found across the US. From the majesty of Yellowstone to the wonder of the Everglades, teachers and students can take a virtual field trip to America's national parks.

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