Let Girls Learn Summit + Collection

PBS LearningMedia is participating in the #LetGirlsLearn Summit TODAY at the White House! To learn more about girls' access to education around the globe, check out our featured collection.

Geneticist Pardis Sabeti

Here's proof that your students can be both rock stars and scientists! Use this career profile to spark conversation about careers in STEM.

Daily News Story

Explore the history of the Amistad slave rebellion through Hale Woodruff collection of murals.

Voting Rights

The 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was passed in 1920. What impact has this document had on the role of women in politics?

Productivity Tools + More

Have you explored our productivity tools or student learning portal yet? See how these tools can help you personalize your lessons.

PBS LearningMedia: Massachusetts PBS Edition

  • WGBY Education Blog

    Partner station WGBY posts a daily weekday blog covering critical topics in education and events of interest in the WGBY/WGBH educational community.

  • WATCH FOR US AT THESE EVENTS!

    MSLA We're exhibiting and presenting at the 2015 Massachusetts School Library Association's annual conference, March 1-2. Visit the PBS LearningMedia booth to learn about our latest projects, and attend our session, "Media Literacy Through Screencasting," co-hosted by Carolyn Jacobs of WGBH and Cathy Collins of Sharon High School, Monday, March 2 at 2:30 p.m.

    NSTA  Look for us at the National Science Teachers Association national conference in Chicago, March 12-15. We'll be showcasing our latest STEM resources, and announcing the winner of our Google STEM Teacher Video Challenge! Rachel Connolly, Director of STEM Education at WGBH, will also be presenting a session, "Media and Middle School Making: Partners in Inspring Engineering and Design," Sunday, March 15 at 9:30 a.m.

  • Becoming Systems "Literate"

    What is systems literacy and why is it relevant? Join the discussion on Google +!

  • NEW Science Model Curriculum Units

    The Massachusetts Dept. of Elementary and Secondary Education has recently published more science Model Curriculum Units, including:

    Invasive Species: A Study of the Disruption of an Ecosystem’s Dynamics and

    Plants Make Their Own Food

    Check back regularly for new STEM Model Curriculum Units. In the meantime, revisit the webinar we hosted last year with Jake Foster of the Mass. DESE: Model Curriculum Units in Action: Science

    See the entire list of Model Curriculum Units (MCUs) on the DESE website. You can also access the MCUs on the Edwin Teaching and Learning Platform

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