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Learn Innovative Techniques from Master Teachers

TeachingChannel Logo - Tch in an orange talk bubble with TeachingChannel written below in brownTeachingChannel LogoTeachingChannel Are you eager to try some new and innovative techniques this year to engage your students and prepare them for the 21st century? Teaching Channel Presents and PBS LearningMedia New York invite the WMHT community to observe master teachers doing just that. Learn how to incorporate digital literacy, the common core standards, the arts, and science technology into your classroom. Teaching Channel Presents airs weekly on Sundays at 5am on WMHT WORLD, TWC Channel 532. 

For a complete listing of where to find WMHT WORLD on your TV click here.

If you want to learn even more about the topics covered in the Teaching Channel Presents programs, be sure to visit PBS LearningMedia New York.

Visit the Teaching Channel site for lesson ideas and more.

TeachingChannel Blog: 'Tcher's Voice'

4 Tips for Planning Better Lessons with Purpose

Think back to your undergrad work. If youre like me, you probably can still remember the first lesson you ever created for a methods class. “Caring for Commas” that...

Diving into Classroom Culture

As the school year comes to a close, you and your students may be taking time to reflect on the year, especially the culture of your classroom. What went well? What...

Tch Tips: How to Deal with a Chatty Classroom

Your students just won’t stop talking. You feel like you’re constantly talking over people just to be heard. We’ve all been there! If your classroom has become too...

Surviving Group Work: Essential Student Collaboration Strategies for the Diverse Classroom

Group work. Two seemingly innocent words that cause both teachers and students alike to tremble with apprehension. The ghosts of bad group work past conjure haunting...

Five Worthwhile Risks for New Teachers

The concept seems contradictory, right? You’ve been trained to keep your head down, do your work, and try not to get noticed. You’re a new teacher; tenure is two to...

Confronting the Monster Under the Bed: Integrating Blogging into the Classroom

Blogging. It’s such an inspirational and aspirational idea to incorporate into the classroom. It has an audience, it asks students to really share about a topic that...

Teacher Appreciation, Solidarity, and Strife in Kentucky

Teacher Appreciation Week has once again come and gone. Lauding and applauding for five days, from those who have been impacted by an educator, directly or indirectly....

Dr. Stephen Pruitt: The Highest Distinction is Service to Others

Teacher appreciation is something I think about a lot. When I was in the classroom full time, I so appreciated the notes from children and families especially when...

If You Aren’t Frustrated, You Aren’t Learning: Flipping the “I Do, We Do, You Do” Strategy

Since my very first day of teaching, I’ve always preferred to focus on the hope of what students can do as opposed to the fear of what they cannot. Of course, there...

Transform Your Teaching: Developing a Personalized Professional Learning Plan

“To turn off your iPad, you press the button on the side. Let’s practice turning it off and on, and our next steps will be to explore the App Store.” This...