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

Upcoming Events

  • AUG282018

    COMMUNITY EVENT

    PBS Edcamp in Detroit, MI

    Come join us for a free event and share your classroom wins with your colleagues and learn about theirs. This is for educators working with children ages: 2-8. We cannot wait to see the great work you are doing with your students, and we look forward to watching you inspire others and be inspired! You will also have an opportunity to learn how to access the treasure trove of free PBS educational materials. EdCamp is a free, participant-driven, un-conference that empowers educators to maximize their professional learning experiences and build peer networks. Each session will be created by teachers, who will be asked to decide what topics they think are important to be discussed in productive conversations.

    Saturday, August 28 | 9:45 AM EDT

  • SEP82018

    COMMUNITY EVENT

    PBS Edcamp in Dayton, OH

    PBS Edcamp is for PreK - 3 teachers, administrators and pre-service teachers. We invite you to come ready to share your teaching challenges and experiences with like-minded educators in a casual and fun PBS Kids-themed setting.. PBS Edcamp Dayton is free...but space is limited, so don't delay! Register today for this September 8th event at Wright State University.

    Saturday, September 8 | 9:00 AM EDT

  • MAY32019

    Virtual Event

    Alabama Bicentennial Mission Control: Human Spaceflight

    Mission Control: Human Spaceflight is an exciting opportunity for students to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the United States landing on the moon (July 20th, 1969) and participate in the excitement and fascination of space and space travel without leaving their desks.This unique journey will give students a window into some of the nation’s most prominent space institutions such as the U.S. Space and Rocket Center (USSRC), NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, Johnson and Kennedy Space Centers, as well as the International Space Station.

    Friday, May 3, 2019

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