Tag Archives: PBS LearningMedia

Teaching Tomorrow’s Teachers

Personal perspective from a veteran educator working behind the scenes at PBS. GUEST COLUMN | by Alicia Levi When I began my career, the classroom looked very different than it does today. In fact, it looked completely different; textbooks were … Continue reading

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Trends | Back to School Refresh

As teachers and students head back to school, PBS LearningMedia is welcoming them back with a new look, new resources, and the return of its “Get Your Tech On” initiative designed to support technology and digital resource integration in the … Continue reading

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Using Tech to Connect

A day in the life of a fourth-grade classroom. GUEST COLUMN | by Elizabeth Slifer As a fourth-grade teacher, I really love having access to digital media to take learning to a deeper level with my students. Throughout the day, … Continue reading

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How Videos of Guinea Worms Inspire My Students

A teacher’s perspective on the world of possibilities media in the classroom provides GUEST COLUMN | by Emily Dawson As teachers, we are always looking for ways to ensure our students are not left behind. Responding to an increasingly high-tech … Continue reading

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Interview | Rob Lippincott on Teaching and Technology

Some fascinating stats and interesting views from Rob Lippincott, Senior VP for Education at PBS, in this interview. Rob is responsible for the development and implementation of effective public media educational services for PBS, local public television stations, students, teachers … Continue reading

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