Whether for students or for your personal enrichment, PBS provides amazing ways to learn about and be inspired by women’s history in our country and around the world. From video clips, lesson plans and support materials to documentaries and more, here’s Continue reading
Powerful Black History for Middle & High School
PBS has rich, engaging resources for middle and high school. The following links make it easy to find what works best with your students’ and curriculum needs.
From PBS programming comes resources like Continue reading
Welcome Malik, Zadie & Zeke from the Treeborhood!
This new animated series premiering February 6 on NEPM follows the adventures of a playful trio of siblings in a fantastical tree house apartment complex! As we can hear in their singing, they’re determined to welcome & work out any problem that comes their way. Continue reading
U. S. History Collection Webinar Next Week!
On Wednesday, January 18, at 7pm you can learn how make your U.S. history curriculum more interactive, visually engaging, and inclusive of multiple perspectives.
The webinar, Teaching Known and Unknown Civil Rights Stories with Continue reading
PBS KIDS Teach Your Way Calendar for January!
So many things to do every day as a teacher — connecting with students and families, creating lessons, gathering materials, writing reports, and so much more! Being organized can help. This school year, use the Continue reading
How to Relax & Renew — With All the Best from NEPM Education!
The end of the year can be a time for celebration but also rest, especially for teachers who give much — to their students, families, friends and others — throughout the year.
Because we can ake ongoing joyful effort only if we first take care of ourselves, NEPM offers Continue reading
Celebrating the Holidays & Winter!
PBS LearningMedia has winter resources for all grades. In addition to searching specific topics and PBS programs, collections of resources can be a good place to start!
Examples of seasonal collections for early grades — also in Spanish — include Continue reading
Free Math Webinar with NOVA Resources
Tomorrow night’s webinar for grades 6-12 provides classroom-ready resources from the recent NOVA broadcast Zero to Infinity, which tells the story of how key concepts that revolutionized mathematics came to be as different cultures invented and re-invented them across thousands of years.
Even if you’re unable to make the live webinar, registering allows you to Continue reading
Students Of All Ages Can Learn To Honor Native Peoples
As Thanksgiving 2022 approaches, we can learn about and honor Native Americans by going beyond what we may have been taught in the past about early settlers and Native Americans sharing a first Thanksgiving.
Today our knowledge of and appreciation for Native American heritage is far richer and diverse, giving us more to learn with students — throughout the year.
You’ll find vast and trusted PBS resources for students of all ages in one place — Continue reading
New from PBS KIDS — Rosie’s Rules!
Rosie’s Rules, the newest PBS KIDS® series for preschoolers, stars 5-year-old Rosie Fuentes, a Mexican-American girl who’s part of a blended, multicultural family. Speaking English and Spanish, she joyfully introduces the art, traditions and foods of the Southwest, Midwest and Mexico.
You’ll find a collection of resources Continue reading