PBS TeacherLine online courses for Pre-K – 12 educators are flexible, collaborative and designed for a teacher’s busy schedule. They can help you earn PD credits and offer a way to stay on top of your teaching career.
Of his experience Charles Besancon, Computer Instruction Specialist, said, “The course I took exceeded my expectations both in quality of content and communication with both peers and facilitators.”
You can explore PBS fall courses and can even try a free 3-hour course entitled
K-2 Science Tips: Animal Adaptations, where you can take a look at the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) on Animal Adaptations for children in early childhood and early elementary grades. You’ll also be provided with a list of related resources for teaching and learning with informational text, recommended children’s books, and PBS KIDS digital resources.
Here’s a sample of other featured fall courses:
Vocabulary as a Foundation for Learning: Learn the skills and strategies for effectively building students’ vocabulary in grades K-3 to establish strong foundations for learning.
Developing Algebraic Thinking in Grades 3-5: In this course, you become the student, solving mathematical problems in order to better understand patterns and relationships to then help your students.
Phonemic Awareness & Phonics: Prepare K-3 students for long-term academic success with instructional techniques and assessment strategies for developing phonemic awareness and phonics skills.
And here’s a list of courses open for enrollment by month.