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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'

Teacher, It’s Cold Outside: Ideas for Relatable Science & Student Engagement

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5 Ways to Spur Student Growth and Opportunity Through Hands-On STEM

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What Makes You Mad? Channeling Student Energy Into Action

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How YA Novels Help Teachers Build Empathy

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The Top Five Things I Learned from a Five-Year-Old About Growth Mindset

The shiny new bicycle was forcefully shoved to the ground in disgust as Parker shouted, “I cannot do it; I’ll never be able to ride my bike.” To the parents out there,...

Three Alternative Approaches to Effective Testing

Popular culture often presents school assessment in the narrowest possible fashion. Based on what we see in films and television, it would seem that assessment in...

Health, Safety, and Education: The Life-Changing Model Built by One University That You Can Echo in Your School

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Winter Olympics: 5 Rings, 5 Events, 5 Engineering Challenges

“Feel the rhythm, feel the rhyme, get on up it’s…”  Olympics time! ~ Sanka Coffie, Cool Runnings The Olympics are full of amazing athletes, but what keeps people...

Tch Tips: Five Strategies to Assess Young Students’ Learning

When we think of assessment, we often think about tests. But good assessment is much more than tests it’s a chance to discover what our students understand so that we...