These lessons are designed to enhance the literacy skills of struggling readers. Using videos, interactive activities, note taking, reading, and writing students engage with science, social studies, mathematics, or English ...
This collection of video segments produced by KET provides examples of African/African-American music, dance, and storytelling.
Participants in the National Science Foundation's Innovative Technology Experiences for Students and Teachers program learn science by doing it. The six sites profiled here show hands-on science, community partnerships, and ...
Inspiring STEM Educators: The NASA Physics and Engineering Collection is designed to bring real-world applications of physics and engineering concepts into high school classrooms.
Move It! is a health and wellness series that is broken into three components and focuses on keeping families active, nutritional education, and self-awareness.
Take a virtual trip to China to learn more about China’s society, history, and culture, through videos, images, documents, and lesson plans.
PBS Idea Channel is a show, hosted by Mike Rugnetta, that examines the connections between pop culture, technology, and art.
Around the Globe: United Kingdom collection is a part of the Global Learning & Diplomacy Collection.
The collection supports viewing of the film, Pushing the Elephant. It engages students in discussions about the conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo, refugees from that country, and how ...
Near Cairo lies the world's largest garbage village. A labyrinth of narrow roadways, the village is home to 60,000 Zaballeen, Arabic for "garbage people." Use these lesson plans and educational ...
Learn about teaching students using mobile devices from classroom teachers and others with first-hand experiences in both urban and rural school settings. A blended professional development resource, Learning for the ...
This collection supports viewing of Sentenced Home while engaging students in discussions about citizenship, crime and punishment, immigration history and reform, deportation and cultural assimilation.
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Help your students appreciate the significance of this event – and its role in the larger Civil Rights Movement using this collection of digital content from PBS LearningMedia.
This collection contains exemplary teaching practices for introducing and assessing the Tennessee State Standards in both ELA and Math. Each resource contributes content specific to a grade or grade band, ...
Agnes: Flood of '72, is a WSKG original documentary that is designed for grades 7-12 and aligns with New York State and national learning standards for the Social Studies and ...
These media-based resources illustrate and deepen teachers’ understanding of Next Generation Science Standards and help them bring engineering alive for students at the elementary, middle, and high school levels.
Teacher resources for educating students who are blind
Learn what archival news footage can tell us about events and people in American history.
This collection includes resources to support teaching the Women's Movement in the United States.