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South Carolina PBS LearningMedia: Your Class Will Be Wild About These Science Resources
Take your students on a learning adventure and inspire a lifelong love of science!
Follows the adventures of Chris and Martin Kratt as they encounter incredible wild animals, combining science education with fun and adventure as the duo travels to animal habitats around the globe! Explore Collection
Animal Adaptations - Grades: PreK-3
How are some birds able to survive winter weather while others have to fly North? Why are Polar Bears and Walrus' able to survive on land and water? Discover Wild Alaska with the Kratt Brothers! Students will learn about animals in Alaska and how they adapt, survive, and thrive in the wild. Discover More
Ready Jet Go! - Grades: PreK-3
This space-themed collection includes fun, educational video clips about planet Earth, the other major planets in our solar system, and the characteristics that set them apart. Discover More
Earth Science - Grades: K-2
From different weather patterns to land formations, help your students learn more about how the Earth works and how it was formed with this collection from NASA. Discover More
Early Bird Special! Save on PD Courses
Are you an early bird? Enroll in an October facilitated course on PBS TeacherLine by September 29 with promo code “EARLYBIRD” to catch the proverbial worm and save 10%! Explore Course Catalog
Emperor Science Awards
Do you have a student interested in a career in science and cancer research? The Emperor Science Award program is a unique opportunity for 10th and 11th graders with a strong interest in science to work on a cancer research project with a mentoring scientist. 100 students across the U.S. will be selected. Students must APPLY by November 1. Learn More
Climate Conversations: Building a Unit with PBS LearningMedia
Led by two PBS Digital Innovators, this webinar will guide educators through using PBS LearningMedia and its tools to build a comprehensive climate change lesson or unit. Register Now Oct. 10, 2017
Climate Conversations: Cross-Curricular Connections
Led by the producers of groundbreaking documentaries on climate change, this is a cross-curricular professional development opportunity to bring science and social studies educators together to address climate change in their schools. Register Now Oct. 24, 2017
K-2 Science Tips: Animal Adaptations (for Certification) - Grades: K-2 | Hours: 3
In this self-paced course you will be introduced to inquiry-based and connected learning approaches and will learn new ways to support and develop young student’s understanding of Animal Adaptations. Enroll Now
Teaching Animal Adaptations in the Inquiry-Based Classroom (Facilitated) - Grades: K-2 | Hours: 15
Take this course to deepen your knowledge of inquiry as an approach to learning about science. Use connected learning as a way to bring together the various resources that can be used to deepen children’s conceptual understandings. Enroll Now
New From the PBS Teachers' Blog
Discussing Global Climate Change in the Classroom
Discover how one teacher introduces an Earth and Environmental Science course to his students. He wants to provide his students with a scientific foundation that includes scientific principles to nurture a love of science in his classroom. Read More
Helping High Schoolers Find Research and STEM Field Opportunities
Learn about one teachers' involvement in shepherding high school students through the world of independent research for nearly two decades – and the impact that spending one or two summers working in a scientific institution with a real scientist can have on their lives. Read More
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