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.
Independence Day is this Saturday! Reinforce the meaning, history and symbolism of the American flag and national anthem with your class.
Students will learn about biogeography, the study of the geographic distribution of organisms.
Students take a virtual trip through the woods as a hunter-gatherer foraging for edible foods.
Students learn how Photoshop is used to design eye-popping digital images and much, much more.
Have your students play with data transmission using this SciGirls activity as your guide.
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.
Can your students think creatively outside the box?
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How can educators nurture a culture of students who are interested in a college education?
Explore PBS LearningMedia’s series of interviews adapted from Roadtrip Nation featuring inspiring professionals from all walks of life.
Help students explore heat exchange between the human circulatory system and the environment.
Give your class a fun science project – ask them to make a robotic arm!
Aligning course outcomes with those of other courses in a department or program gives students an integrated education.
How teacher Mark Goldner uses a classroom scaling activity to give eighth-grade students a physical feel for the vast spatial scale of the solar system.
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