Distance Learning Tips From One Teacher to Another

Unless you have turned off all social media, the news, and decided to climb back into bed and hide under the covers, you have probably...

How to Talk to Little Learners About Coronavirus

“Teacher, I don't feel good” is a phrase we, as early childhood educators, hear a lot. Our littlest learners are naturally curious and...

Girl Power: 5 Powerful Women in Literature

Women in Literature have often faced adversity in the field. When world-known author J.K.Rowling first sought publishers for her Harry...

The Power of Teachers: Ordinary People Can Change the World

The teacher who changed my life didn’t do it by encouraging her students to stand on their desks, like John Keating in Dead Poets...

Back to School with PBS KIDS: Design an Inclusive Classroom

If you’re like me, you’re anxiously awaiting the start of the new school year. You’ve probably been gathering opening week lesson...

Using Pinkalicious & Peterrific to Encourage Kindness

Cards are sold for almost all life events such as birthdays, weddings, retirements, love, graduation, illness, loss of a loved one,...

Launch Your Class to the Moon and Back

31 Ways to Bring Lunar Science into Your Classroom The Moon is a constant celestial companion in classrooms around the world. Lunar...

Making the Classroom Ready for Educational Media

The school year is coming! The school year is coming! As schools across the country are opening for a brand new year, excitement mounts...

Five Steps For Integrating Computer Science in the Classroom

In celebration of Computer Science Education Week, we’re offering classroom-friendly tips and resources that you can use to introduce...

Distance Learning with PBS LearningMedia

Teachers, as you plan for a variety of scenarios in response to the Coronavirus health crisis--and other possible threats--we wanted to...

American Portrait: Who Are We?

PBS American Portrait is a national story-telling project that invites people across the country to use photos, videos and words to tell...

Our Planet

Teachers, we hope you’ll join us for our latest Virtual Professional Learning Series, Our Planet. In this three part series, we’ll use...

Opera for All: Why This Art Form Can — and Should — Be for Students

“Isn’t opera awfully difficult for students?” people often ask me in my line of work. “Drawing, literature, music -- these are easy...

How We Can Bring Creativity and Imagination Back to the Classroom

Why is learning with imagination just as important as having knowledge? Why must both teachers and learners use imagination in learning?...

Combating the Wintertime Blues

We have been going strong this school year! Believe it or not, we made it to December. We eagerly prepared for this new school year,...

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