The Great Thanksgiving Listen is a national education project that empowers high school students to create an oral history of the contemporary United States by recording an interview with an elder over Thanksgiving weekend using the free StoryCorps app.
GBH Education, a division of PBS member station GBH in Boston, regularly recruits teachers to support the development of high-quality resources for the classroom for its original productions, like the U.S. History Collection, and collaborations with FRONTLINE, AMERICAN EXPERIENCE and NOVA.
PBS LearningMedia’s Kentucky Field Trips collection allows students to visit the E.W. Brown Solar Farm in Mercer County, a first-of-its-kind solar farm built in 2016, through a series of educational videos.
In partnership with PBS LearningMedia, GBH Education is hosting a free ELA-focused webinar for teachers of grades 6-12 on June 9 at 7 p.m. ET.
GBH Education is seeking feedback from educators on the usage of an existing collection of digital resources for teaching literature, English language arts (ELA) and history in grades 6-12.
Kentucky Educational Television (KET) offers a wide variety of Spanish content on PBS LearningMedia.
Kentucky Educational Television (KET) has created a new way for students to tour the state Capitol and learn about social studies and civics topics during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kentucky Educational Television (KET) is offering new education frameworks for PBS LearningMedia and PBS Kids to help Kentucky students with blended learning.
Meet the Helpers is a public media initiative designed to introduce children to community helpers and practice emergency preparedness. The Meet the Helpers collection on PBS LearningMedia introduces “helpers” and explains the roles they play in emergency situations.
KET Education and Kentucky Educational Television are offering their help to Kentucky educators who are planning and looking for resources and content for possible non-traditional instruction (NTI) days.