Use PBS LearningMedia to enhance your lessons during Computer Science Education Week (Dec. 9-15) and introduce your students to a fascinating world of imaginative thinkers and code-savvy scientists.
Support the needs of your local teachers by customizing the PBS LearningMedia™ experience. For more information, email LearningMediaCustom@pbs.org.
PBS LearningMedia™ provides educators with strategies, tools, and professional development resources needed to fully utilize digital learning. It offers schools, districts, and states a cost-effective solution for seamless media integration and customization, including:
PBS LearningMedia offers free, instant access to thousands of high-quality, classroom-ready digital resources produced by KET, WGBH, WNET, and other public media partners. You'll find videos, interactives, images, professional development resources, and more that you can search, save, and share with ease.
Registration is free. If you need help, you can watch the video tuorial or download instructions using the links below.
Kentucky Bio: Natural Diversity in the Commonwealth Ebook is a new resource for grades 4 through 6.
Kentucky in the Classroom is a collection of resources with a Kentucky focus in Science, Civics, and Social Studies.
Everyday Learning is a fun collection of science, math, and health resources for preschool teachers and early learners.
The Social Studies Arts Toolkit is a collection of multimedia resources designed for social studies and arts classrooms.
The Beauty of Jasmine is a collection of Chinese dance and music performance videos ralong with cultural background information and teaching ideas.
This new self-paced professional development course introduces teachers to the role of the peer observation within Kentucky's Teacher Professional Growth and Effectiveness System and helps teachers learn the skills necessary to become effective peer observers.
This self-paced course was developed in response to the new Kentucky regulation limiting the use of physical restraint and seclusion in schools. However, the purpose of the training is on creating climates and implementing interventions and supports that help schools decrease or eliminate problem and dangerous student behavior. Produced by KET in partnership with the Kentucky Department of Education and made available through PBS TeacherLine.