WFYI uses the power of media to help students of all ages reach their potential.
Explore here to see what resources PBS, NPR, and our other partners have to help support the critical years of early learning, and to strengthen the math, reading and science skills of elementary students.
Middle school and high school students will find online tools, including games, web sites, and other digital resources.
Adult learners will discover webinars, teacher professional development, the PBS Learning Media digital library, and the supplemental materials for PBS programs on each show web site.
Blogs and other tools can also be found through public radio sites. Most resources are free, aligned to content standards, rigorously tested for effectiveness and span most subject matter categories.
- American Graduate, a multi-year effort to increase high school graduation rates. Be sure to check out Classroom Resources!
- PBS Learning Media, your connection to the PBS digital library, specialized STEM and literacy resource collections, PBS TeacherLine online professional development courses, teaching resources, and more
- PBS Kids, a site where the PBS kid in your class or home can play high quality interactive games, read and write, and extend the learning from their favorite television programs.
- PBS Kids Island, where kids can play reading games and other activities with their parents, teachers and caregivers.
- PBS Parents, a destination for PBS parenting resources and tips on raising children, planning birthday parties & kids activities. Explore our parenting advice and join other PBS parents in conversation. You’ll even find a child development tracker!
- Reading Rockets offers a wealth of reading strategies, lessons, and activities designed to help young children learn how to read and read better. Our reading resources assist parents, teachers, and other educators in helping struggling readers build fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension skills.
- StateImpact Indiana is a collection of stories that explore the areas of learning, teaching, performance, policy, and funding both on-line and on the radio