Diversify Your Classroom Bookshelf with Multicultural Books

“I don’t like to read!” “Reading is BORING.” “I can’t find a book that is interesting to me!” All are quotes...

22 Ways to Bring Earthrise Into Your Classroom

Fifty years ago this week, on December 24, 1968, humans saw our planet Earth “rise” over another celestial object for the very first...

5 Activities to 'Engineer' Fun Before Winter Break

The time period between Thanksgiving and Winter Break is always a challenge for students. Students are coming off a break and only have a...

Make Your Valentine’s Day Lessons Even Sweeter with Pinkalicious

As January comes to a close and February is in full gearThe hearts of students and teachers are bursting with good cheer.For this is the...

Empowering Young Media Consumers & Creators

The world is saturated with information--all types of media, with millions of varying messages. Not only are your students consuming the...

What Makes a Shadow? Engaging Activities with Nature Cat

January, February, March—will winter ever end? When you look outside, the earth is either buried under snow and ice or largely...

PBS Digital Innovators Take Students Across Miles and Time Zones: The Egg Drop Challenge

Traveling to Educational Inspiration This past summer, we had the pleasure of traveling San Antonio, TX, as PBS Digital Innovators for our...

War Games: Gamifying the Vietnam War and teaching 'The Things They Carried'

Intro and Setting the Stage Bishop McNamara High School (BMHS) in Forestville, MD, sits just across the highway from Andrews Air Force...

Using Virtual Team Teaching to Connect Classrooms

This post originally ran on EdTech Digest here. Inspiration or pure insanity. These are the only possible reasons why “Virtual Team...

Teaching Black History Beyond Slavery and Black History Month

Wakanda Forever! If that phrase rings a bell, you are probably among the millions of Americans who have seen the Marvel superhero movie of...

Strategies for Celebrating World Cultures in Your Classroom

Classrooms are often microcosms of the world where different backgrounds, cultures and religions come together. Teachers have the unique...

New Year’s Resolutions from the Inaugural Class of PBS KIDS Early Learning Champions

This year has been filled with love, mud, positive change, and milestones in the field of Early Learning. Educators, legislators,...

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