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Holiday Resources from PBS LearningMedia

Posted by kcaise on December 6, 2016 in blogging |

I recently received an email informing me of the great holiday resources found in the PBS LearningMedia Community. Below is the list of holiday resources for busy parents and educators: PBS LearningMedia offers interactive activities surrounding Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa, such as the Daniel Tiger Holiday Collection. This collection gives advice to parents and teachers […]

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Homework Helper – PBS LearningMedia Students

Posted by kcaise on November 5, 2016 in blogging, curriculum, Digital Media |

PBS has great resources for teachers and students to assist with teaching the curriculum. Teachers can create assignments surrounding the many resources of the PBS LearningMedia platform. Students can also access the resources and others to help them with home as part of the PBS LearningMedia area for students. New Student Portal PBS LearningMedia now […]

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Virtually Meet a Neuroscientist!

Posted by kcaise on October 1, 2015 in blogging |

PBS LearningMedia is hosting a virtual field trip where students can view part of the THE BRAIN media series on PBS and ask questions of the featured neuroscientist, Dr. David Eagleman. After the streamed interview with Dr. Eagleman, a short clip from THE BRAIN will be shown. The audience tuned in will be able to ask […]

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2015 PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovators

Posted by kcaise on December 7, 2014 in blogging |

I received an email recently announcing the details and return of the PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovators program. More about the program is featured below: The program recognizes the top 100 applicants nationwide who are using digital media in classrooms and serving as leaders in edtech. Beginning today through February 11, K-12 educators can apply for […]

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Educators can Receive 10 Reams of Paper

Posted by kcaise on March 17, 2014 in blogging, curriculum, global projects |

PBS has teamed up with the International Paper Foundation to provide resources, lesson plans and information about teaching environmental issues. Students, or EcoInvestigators, will work in teams completing inquiry based learning activities and expand their environmental knowledge by researching, investigating and developing solutions for environmental issues facing society today. Additionally, the first 100 teachers to […]

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A Sweet Math Deal on “Pi Day” 2014 – ‘Math is Awe-Sum’

Posted by kcaise on March 16, 2014 in blogging |

Friday, March 14, 2014, was considered ‘Pi Day’ and teachers celebrated by doing all kinds of learning activities in mathematics classes. Tons of activities were shared on Twitter and blog posts around the Internet. I recently received an email about a ‘sweet’ deal for math teachers. PBS LearningMedia has put together a collection of math […]

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