Art, Culture, and Education: A Conversation with Choctaw Artist Kristin Gentry

Indigenous tribes and cultures are often misrepresented in both the media and curriculum of our classrooms. In this conversation, Choctaw...

Civic Engagement: Local Histories, Family Narratives and Young Leaders

I can’t believe just two short years ago we were teaching through a presidential election, and now the midterms are just around the...

How To Create A More Engaging Classroom Community

In their popular book, La culpa es de la vaca, Colombian authors Jaime Lopez Gutierrez and Martha Ines Bernal Trujillo retell the results...

10 Grr-riffic DANIEL TIGER'S NEIGHBORHOOD Resources on PBS LearningMedia

This year, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood celebrates its 10th anniversary on PBS KIDS, and throughout these years, Daniel and friends have...

From Our Teachers, #TeacherAppreciationDay2022

Classrooms would just be rooms without the educators who dedicate themselves day after day to serving as the engine behind their students'...

Little Learners Bloom with the Teach Your Way Collection

Growing as a reader. Growing as a writer. Exploring the 5 senses. Understanding spatial skills. These early learning skills are some that...

10 Hacks For Making the Most Out of PBS LearningMedia

Pandemic-era teaching has forever changed what teaching looks like for many educators, including using digital PreK-12 media resources much...

15 Lessons Learned From Online Teaching

I’m a San Marino High School social studies teacher with more than 30 years of face-to-face, in the classroom, teaching experience. I’m...

We Are All Digital Citizens

We are all digital citizens! No matter, how much you engage with technology, you are a digital citizen. And it’s our responsibility to...

POV Watch Club: After Show and Resources | September

Welcome to September’s Back-to-School Special edition of Watch Club! We have highlighted memorable moments from previous Watch Club after...

POV Watch Club: After Show and Resources | August

“Everything that happens in a home…it happens [on the pier] as well.” - Desean, Pier Kids In her autobiography, Assatta...

POV Watch Club: After Show and Resources | July

In his 1963 address, “A Talk to Teachers,” James Baldwin spoke of the responsibilities that educators have in intervening in the world...

WHAT Is Media Literacy and HOW Can Simple Shifts Center It

Think of all the things you read in a day—emails, books, and the news. What about Facebook posts, Instagram captions, Tweets,...

Civic Engagement: Local Histories, Family Narratives and Young Leaders

I can’t believe just two short years ago we were teaching through a presidential election, and now the midterms are just around the...

How To Create A More Engaging Classroom Community

In their popular book, La culpa es de la vaca, Colombian authors Jaime Lopez Gutierrez and Martha Ines Bernal Trujillo retell the results...

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