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Tissue Engineering

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With the help of PBS’s “Design Squad,” students will hear about the work of Howard Pryor, a tissue engineer and doctor at Massachusetts General Hospital.

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Digital Engineering: Planning the Leadenhall Building | Super Skyscrapers

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What can the “Cheesegrater” teach us about STEM and digital engineering?

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Study Ranks PBS KIDS First in Education, Trust and Safety

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National Survey Confirms that PBS and Member Stations Are America’s Most Trusted Institution and an “Excellent” Use of Tax Dollars for 12th Consecutive Year

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Ken Burns’ “The Address”

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Help your students feel closer than ever to the “Gettysburg Address,” one of the most famous speeches in American history!

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The Powers of Government

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Explore a social studies focus on the powers that the Constitution assigns to each branch and how each branch works together.

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Should Black History Be: More Than A Month?

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That’s the question explored by African American filmmaker Shukree Hassan Tilghman as he embarks on a cross-country campaign.

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Black History Month | U.S. Department of State

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Black History Month is recognized as a means to expose the harmful effects of racial prejudice as well as honor the significant contributions made by people with African heritage.

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Albany Kids Ready To Learn Workshop at ACAP

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Thursday, February 5th our Education Department went to the Delaware Ave Albany Community Action Partnership (ACAP) location for a‪ Ready To Learn‬ workshop using PBS KIDS Peg + Cat resources.

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Living with Sumatran Elephants | EARTH A New Wild

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Students learn how both elephants and humans co-exist as ecosystem engineers on the island of Sumatra, with both requiring large territory in the forest.

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Farming the Desert | EARTH A New Wild

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Every year, over 40 percent of our planet’s land suffers drought, and over two billion people call this parched land home. So how do you live off of this land?

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The August Wilson Education Project

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Utilize the August Wilson Education Project’s free educator toolkits!

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Integrated Teaching: Dancing a Story

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Learn how Dr. Marianne McAdam, director of the dance minor program at Eastern Kentucky University, integrates creative dance with another subject area. 

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Art School

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Empower students of all ages to discover new ideas for creativity from a variety of professional artists.

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How to Deal with a Tiggle or a Taggle | Odd Squad

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Oscar uses a chart – and some humor – to explain the similarities and differences between a Tiggle and a Taggle.

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PBS LearningMedia Now Offers 100,000 Digital Resources in its Library for Educators

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New interactive content and lesson plans include the PBS Digital Studios series CRASH COURSE from Hank and John Green, KQED’S ART SCHOOL, and favorites from PBS and PBS KIDS series.

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