While we officially celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 through October 15, PBS provides educational resources that can be used year round to nurture a nation in need of learning more about its diverse cultures.
A rich array of information, including the use of Hispanic vs. Latino vs. Latinx and the importance of celebrating Hispanic/Latinx history throughout the academic year can be found in Continue reading
On Tuesday, August 17 at 7:00pm, you can better prepare for the new school year with resources that support community building and social emotional learning for grades K-5 and are available free on PBS LearningMedia — all drawn from the animated series starring the iconic 8-year old aardvark, Arthur.
In addition to teachers sharing lesson ideas using Arthur resources to support their students’ community awareness and emotional well-being, Continue reading
Season 2 of Tools for Anti-Racist Teaching kicks off on June 15! This summer professional development for all educators is a series that will investigate the ways in which racism, mental health, history, and education intersect.
By registering, you will receive access to all four episodes and Continue reading
While the webinar Meeting the Moment With Project-Based Learning on April 1 promises to share key PBL elements and practices as well as supportive resources, there are simply too many resources to see in one hour! (Last post has webinar details.)
Teaching Project-Based Lessons | Sound Field, one of many Project Based Learning (PBL) resources at Continue reading
Project Based Learning (PBL) is a powerful teaching method based on student-driven inquiry, authentic engagement and real world impact. From the pandemic, to racial justice, to climate change, students’ concerns can be drivers of rigorous learning and community impact!
There may never be a better time than now to introduce PBL in your classrooms or expand its use. This Thursday, April 1, at 7:00pm, you’re invited to join Continue reading
PBS LearningMedia understands that you face a challenging, uncertain school year and invites you to join a special webinar on PreK-12 classroom planning this Thursday, September 17 @ 7pm ET.
In advance of the webinar, hosted in partnership with Share My Lesson, all registrants will receive a digital copy of a custom planning kit filled with eight weeks worth of relevant resources. During the virtual event you’ll learn how to use the Teacher Planning Kits for Continue reading
“To be disenfranchised is to be told that you do not matter, because the right to vote is about the power that governs your possibilities.” – Professor Marcia Chatelain, The Vote
There’s still time to register for tonight’s webinar at 7:00PM ET, The 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment: The Battle for the Right to Vote. You’ll celebrate the centennial of the 19th Amendment and learn how suffragists ultimately triumphed after one of the longest civil rights struggles in American history!
Professor Marcia Chatelain, featured scholar in American Experience’s The Vote, will speak about the significant contributions of African-American women in the suffrage movement, and other educators will share new resources Continue reading
In response to the murder of George Floyd and great societal inequities, WGBH in Boston is hosting a Peer Exchange next week on Thurs., 6/11 at 7pm entitled Making Space for Conversations about Racism and Implicit Bias in Middle/High Classrooms.
This virtual discussion is for grade 6-12 teachers across the Commonwealth to Continue reading
Like WGBH, our partner station in Boston, we have a deep appreciation for how teachers have risen to the occasion of sweeping school closings and a shift towards a new way of teaching. More than ever, we’re all humbled to serve educators during this uncertain time.
WGBH wants to thank you with a special sweepstakes for Massachusetts educators that includes