WMHT helps make learning fun with a variety of television programs, online games for younger and older kids, interactive workshops and exciting events.
Browse through a rich library of multimedia assignments for all grade levels.
Do you know what STEM stand for? Can you name a STEM career?
Join us for an Indie Lens Pop Up screening of The Bad Kids.
Take a look at students that run their own record company.
For Zachary Fernandez, designing is an art form and a way to communicate his ideas.
Fun games and creative activities for younger kids.
Learning resources, games, and activitiesfor teens and older students.
Adult learning programs help students study when their schedules allow.
Get the latest information for events and programs for students.
The Games in Education Symposium is proud to announce the Teen Game Design Workshop!
Regents review 2014 will be on WMHT TV weekdays May 5 - 16 at 5pm.
The second annual Girls in STEM event will be held on
Saturday, April 26, 2014 8:30am - 12noon.
WMHT is pleased to invite you to miSci, Museum of Innovation and Science in Schenectady as GE presents Super Science Weekend November 9th, 10th and 11th.
Watch Saturday, September 28, 2013 at 2:30pm | Featuring local and national programming, community partners, and celebrities focused on solutions to the nation’s high school dropout crisis
Students at Tech Valley Summer Camp visited WMHT Studios Thursday, July 11 and reported on their exciting week!
View posters and hear from participants who enjoyed a Day of Discovery, Knowledge & Inspiration!
August 6-7, 2013 | Hudson Valley Community College at the TEC-SMART Campus in Malta, NY.
With the new, improved VITAL NY, you’ll have access to resources from PBS Teachers, the National Archives, the Library of Congress, and NASA, among many others.
Multiplatform content and partnership activities provide families with tools to prevent the “summer slump” and inspire exploration
Career Pathways: An Exploration of STEM promotionWMHT
A Public Media Initiative to Help Combat the Dropout Crisis in the United States
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