Special Webinar to Support Lesson Planning for New School Routines

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

Webinar Tonight — New Resources for The Battle for the Right to Vote!

“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

Virtual Discussion Tonight — Cultivating Anti-Racist Classrooms & Practices

On Tuesday, July 28 at 7:00 PM ET, you’re invited to take part in a virtual discussion featuring a panel of Massachusetts educators on cultivating anti-racist classrooms and practices.

During the discussion entitled Navigating White Privilege and Building an Anti-Racist Classroom, panelists will answer questions and share how they’re navigating their white privilege in schools, how they’re acting on their commitment to anti-racist teaching, and ideas for how to support students Continue reading

2nd Peer Exchange on Racism — Making Space for Conversations

Making Space for Conversations about Racism and Implicit Bias is a virtual discussion is for grade 6-12 teachers across the Commonwealth.  This unique exchange offers a chance to speak candidly in small educator-facilitated groups about how to thoughtfully plan conversations with students around race, implicit bias and the public outcry for social justice.
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Peer Exchange on Race for MA Middle & High School Educators

 

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.

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Appreciating Teachers with A Special Sweepstakes!

 

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

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Live Chat with Filmmaker Stanley Nelson

On Tuesday, May 5 at 7pm ET, teachers can join an exclusive live chat with award-winning filmmaker Stanley Nelson. Together with PBS Digital Innovator All Stars Mike Lang, David Olson and PBS Kids’ Early Learning Champion Roshanna Beard, you’ll be part of a discussion about how educators can act as catalysts for students to make change in our world.

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3 Molly of Denali Free Webinars > Starting Tonight!

Many of us have already fallen in love with Molly of Denali — a pint-sized bundle of joy, from a small village in Alaska, who uses a vlog to share her daily adventures.  She is curious and never far from a question that can’t be investigated using informational text — the show’s main learning objective.

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PBS LearningMedia 15-Minute Jump Start

One of our top priorities right now is to help parents and educators fill educational gaps while schools are closed.  To this end, we’ll continue sharing PreK-12 resources to serve your present needs.  We hope you’ll share them with colleagues, parents and families who might benefit from them.
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