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American Masters: Harper Lee: Hey, Boo

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Explore the reaction to Lee’s book when it came out 55 years ago – and the film two years later.

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Faces of America

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What made America? What makes us as citizens? These two questions are at the heart of the PBS series “Faces of America” with Henry Louis Gates, Jr.

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United States National Anthem

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Independence Day is this Saturday! Reinforce the meaning, history and symbolism of the American flag and national anthem with your class.

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Biogeography: Where Life Lives

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Students will learn about biogeography, the study of the geographic distribution of organisms. 

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Think Garden: The History of Food

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Students take a virtual trip through the woods as a hunter-gatherer foraging for edible foods.

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Is Photoshop Remixing the World? | Off Book

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Students learn how Photoshop is used to design eye-popping digital images and much, much more.

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SciGirls | Passion for Pixels

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Have your students play with data transmission using this SciGirls activity as your guide.

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Meddin Studios | Fast Forward

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Students get to know the people at Meddin Studios in Savannah to learn why film and television are where you'll find the Peach State’s fastest-growing job markets. 

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The Art Assignment

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Can your students think creatively outside the box?

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Games in Education 2015

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Join us for a FREE 2-day professional development event for educators August 6-7, 2015 at Tech Valley High School, Albany, NY.

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Kids at College

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How can educators nurture a culture of students who are interested in a college education? 

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LearningMedia | Roadtrip Nation

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Explore PBS LearningMedia’s series of interviews adapted from Roadtrip Nation featuring inspiring professionals from all walks of life.

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Blood Flow and Thermoregulation

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Help students explore heat exchange between the human circulatory system and the environment.

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Robo Arm Challenge

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Give your class a fun science project – ask them to make a robotic arm! 

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Integrating Disciplines in Project-Based Learning

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Aligning course outcomes with those of other courses in a department or program gives students an integrated education.

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Disconnected by war, family reunites through student history project

Disconnected by war, family reunites through student history project

Watch Video | Listen to the AudioEditor’s Note: The full name of the National History Day program that Josh Slayton...