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Want to find out more about PBS LearningMedia? Looking for a training session or webinar? Planning to attend an industry conference? Check this page frequently for updates on PBS LearningMedia’s events and whereabouts.

Upcoming Events

  • OCT192016


    Student Event: Gulf Detectives: Animals of the Northern Gulf of Mexico

    Take your class on a virtual field trip! This event will focus on the Animals of the Northern Gulf of Mexico, and will feature a shark discussion, and a visit to an oyster reef restoration project. The episode will teach concepts of animal habitats, animal adaptations, food webs, ecosystems, biology, and environmental science.

    Wednesday, October 19 | 10am – 11am ET

  • OCT252016


    Designing a 1:1 Classroom from the Ground Up

    This webinar will take you through the steps in creating a successful learning environment for your students, including best practices, different pedagogical approaches, and the responsibilities that come with using digital devices.

    Tuesday, October 25 | 7pm – 8pm ET

  • OCT272016


    One-to-One in One, Two and.... Years

    In this special webinar for district administrators and other school technology specialists, Adam Babcock, 2014 PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovator, will share what a one-to-one program looks like long-term. You'll learn from the growing pains of going one-to-one from a small urban district that is going through its fourth year of its digital conversion. Learn about what you can plan for- and what you can't- and the overall movements that a program will go through.

    Thursday, October 27 | 7pm – 8pm ET

  • NOV152016


    8 Tips for Great Online Lessons

    Learn to design effective online content for your students. During this webinar, you will learn practical, easy-to-implement strategies that can transform an average online lesson into one that's eye-catching, engaging, and memorable.

    Tuesday, November 15 | 7pm – 8pm ET

  • DEC22016


    NCSS Annual Conference: National Council for the Social Studies

    December 2-4, 2016

    Washington, DC

  • DEC72016


    Student Event: Remember Pearl Harbor: How Students Like You Experienced the Day of Infamy

    During the interactive webcast, student reporters hear first hand from eyewitnesses who were 11-20 years of age during the time of the surprise attacks. Military survivors who were at Pearl Harbor during the attacks will also share their stories. These recollections will bring the experience to life and serve as an excellent primary source in teaching students.

    Wednesday, December 7 | 10am & 2pm ET

  • DEC132016


    Fostering Citizen Journalists

    Learn ways you can leverage the power of mobile video. By adding journalism to your curriculum, you will learn fantastic ways to meet these requirements, embed lessons of media literacy, and introduce the concepts of interdisciplinary teaching- allowing for students to make connections between subject areas.

    Tuesday, December 13 | 7pm – 8pm ET

  • JUN252017


    ISTE: International Society for Technology in Education Annual Conference & Exposition

    June 25-28, 2017

    San Antonio, TX

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Previous Events

  • APR16THR


    Cultivating Creators through Coding and STEAM

    Thursday, April 16, 2015

    Registration Closed

  • OCT22TUE


    How We Got to Now featuring Steven Johnson

    Wednesday, October 22, 2014

    Registration Closed

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- Phillip McIntosh, Middle School Math & Science Teacher, Colorado Springs, CO