PBS TeacherLine partners with some of the leading content producers in the world to deliver remarkable resources for professional development.
- Annenberg Learner
- PBS TeacherLine is excited to offer courses based on content from Annenberg
Learner, which uses media and telecommunications to advance excellent teaching in American
schools. The multimedia resources provided by Annenberg Learner help teachers increase their
expertise in their fields and assist them in improving their teaching methods.
Annenberg Learner is a division of The Annenberg Foundation and advances the Foundation's goal of encouraging the development of more effective ways to share ideas and knowledge.
- Concord Consortium
- Seeing Math™ is a series of innovative, online professional-development courses that make challenging mathematical concepts visual, relevant, and easier to teach. These courses are designed for in-service and pre-service teachers of mathematics, grades 6-12.
- The Seeing Math™ series offers learners:
- Rich, topic-based courses
- Computer-based interactives
- Parallel teacher and student activities
- Videos that provide expert commentary and insights into student thinking
- Online, facilitated discussions about algebraic content, student thinking, instructional strategies, and classroom management
Learners can earn graduate credit for successfully completing Seeing Math™ courses. They may also apply to their district to obtain continuing education units (CEUs) or professional development points (PDPs).
- WGBH Teachers' Domain
- PBS TeacherLine is proud to offer a special collection of Teachers' Domain Professional Development courses in Physical, Life and Earth Sciences at the elementary, middle school and high school levels.
- Teachers' Domain Professional Development courses are produced by WGBH Educational Foundation, Boston's PBS station, and developed by educators and advisors specializing in science teaching and curriculum. Teachers' Domain Professional Development courses support K-12 science teachers in their quest to engage students with media-rich resources incorporating practical real world applications, using their free collections of nearly 1,000 resources developed from high-quality, critically-acclaimed and trusted information sources such as the award-winning PBS science programs NOVA, ZOOM, and A Science Odyssey.