Project-Based Learning Webinars for Your Summer

Summer can offer educators a chance to slow down in their schedules as well as catch up on professional development that’s important to them. This balance of ease and energy allows teachers to return to the classroom refreshed and more confident.

Based on the number of Massachusetts K-12 teachers who registered for two Project-Based Learning (PBL) webinars this past spring, PBL is important to them.  This engaging and Continue reading

3 Part “Live Learning Experience”: Empowering Young Media Consumers & Creators

How can we teach students effective digital literacy skills to empower them to be critical consumers of media and authentic storytellers?  Beginning February 28 at 7PM ET, you can join PBS Education for a free, three-part PBS “Live Learning” experience created by teachers, for teachers:  Part 1 | Teaching Students to Critically Analyze Media; Part 2 | Helping Students Create Authentic Stories; Part 3 | Amplifying Student Voices Across the Community.

PBS will provide a certificate of attendance for each

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PBS TeacherLine Bootcamp — Free K-3 Professional Development

The PBS Teacher Bootcamp is a collaborative, online 5-day learning experience designed for K-3 teachers to spend 20-minutes daily, refining reading teaching strategies and gaining new ones through the practice and study of Shared Reading.

You can complete the free, 100% online bootcamp at your own pace, and at the end you’ll receive a certificate of completion for 2.5 professional credit hours.

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Empathy & Perseverance — Virtual Professional Development

As part of PBS KIDS virtual professional learning series, “Demonstrating Empathy and Perseverance” helps teachers explore creative ways to weave social and emotional learning into the classroom with Daniel Tiger and friends.

Designed by educators, this virtual event — on January 8 at 7pm — immerses PreK-2 educators in Continue reading

Develop Global Awareness in Early Learners — Free PBS Professional Learning Event

Learning with Littles: Developing Cultural Awareness is the next free event in a virtual professional learning series from PBS.  On December 4 from 7-8pm, you can be part of this professional development created by teachers for teachers so that you can explore strategies that help develop global awareness in young learners.

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Find More to Explore on PBS LearningMedia

PBS LearningMedia has an amazing amount of rich, preK-13+ free, standards-aligned resources in all content areas. You can have a “Wow!” experience when searching the site for specific materials or discovering unexpected resources that  will enhance your curriculum.

With an average of 1 million users per month during the school year, PBS LearningMedia now has sharper navigation to optimize your experience with a new platform design that reveals Continue reading

20% Off PBS TeacherLine Spring Courses for Early Childhood & Elementary Educators

Six PBS TeacherLine courses starting in March and April are designed especially for early childhood and elementary educators.  Authored by education professors from America’s leading teacher-training universities and facilitated by peer-selected, distinguished teachers, these courses help teachers to  Continue reading

PBS TeacherLine Holiday Discount

PBS TeacherLine Holiday Discount

 

No need to venture into the cold for professional development this winter.  PBS TeacherLine’s self-paced and facilitated courses for PreK – Grade 12 teachers span the range of curriculum — math, science, reading, social studies, instructional strategies and more — and you can take them without leaving home.

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Professional Learning Opportunity for Science & Social Studies Educators

Climate Conversations:  Cross-Curricular Connections is this Tuesday, October 24, at 7:00pm.  It brings science and social studies educators together to address climate change in their schools.

As well as getting a look into timely classroom materials from PBS LearningMedia, educators will have the opportunity to engage in conversation with PBS Digital Innovators, scientists, and film producers.  Led by Continue reading