PBS is America’s No. 1 source for educational media for students and educators, and PBS Learning Media is rapidly becoming the choice for 21st century educators as they look for innovative digital content to ignite learning.
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PBS LearningMedia News
Get Your Tech On!September 1, 2014
Now through November 30th, Get Your Tech On with PBS LearningMedia. Let PBS LearningMedia help you build your classroom with FREE tech-focused webinars and digital resources. PLUS: Enter to win weekly tablet giveaways as well as one grand prize drawing of 30 tablets for your entire classroom! Find out more.
A New Look + Teacher Tools and Student ExperienceJune 30, 2014
This fall, PBS LearningMedia is getting a new look and will release a set of tools that enable educators to leverage the media in the PBS LearningMedia library to create interactive educational resources for and with their students. On August 15th, we will release a new look for the homepage, resources pages, and collections. Later in the fall, the teacher tools and student experience will be released.
PBS LearningMedia celebrates educators during Teacher Appreciation Week
May 5, 2014
This week marks the 30th Annual Teacher Appreciation Week. PBS LearningMedia encourages you to join in this nationally celebrated occasion by saying "thank you" to teachers in your community using the hashtag #PBSLovesTeachers. Educators should be sure to check visit the PBS LearningMedia website for special digital resources available throuought the week. Who has inspired you during your educational journey?
Local Educator named a digital Innovator by PBS LearningMediaApril 14, 2014
When Indianapolis teacher Steve Auslander began teaching 12 years ago, he knew little about technology. Now, using technology is a core element of his 5th grade instruction at Allisonville Elementary School in Wasgington Township School District. Read More.