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Arizona’s PBS LearningMedia is Ready for Educators & Parents

by Expect More Arizona
PBS

Arizona educators and parents can begin using PBS LearningMedia to supplement content and integrate technology. This free resource features a robust content library of over 18,000 digitized items, including video, audio, interactive, images and lesson plans for PreK-12 educators that are designed and aligned to core standards. You can create a free account and check it out at http://az.pbslearningmedia.org.

AZ PBS LearningMedia brings you an on-demand service with content from providers and producers including WGBH, NOVA, Frontline, American Experience, Sid the Science Kid, KAET, and the Electric Company, all in one place. The system is extremely easy to use with a friendly interface and search tool. PBS LearningMedia’s growing library is designed to support classroom and student achievement across math, science, reading/language arts, social studies, health/physical education and world languages.

The system features a set of tools that allow teachers to easily utilize the content, including the ability to create custom class pages that assigns specific content to students. Educational content can be found by simply browsing or searching for specific topics using key words, and resources can be tagged, shared and saved. PBS LearningMedia is growing with new content and contributors all the time. Check it out today; your students will thank you! Eight Educational Outreach – ASSET is proud to support and provide this system.

This is also a great tool to help with parental engagement outside of school. Parents and students can research topics together, using the video and interactive content to supplement what’s being taught at school, or to learn something completely new.

For more information, or to schedule a free workshop or presentation at your school or organization, please contact Mark Becker at mark.becker@asu.edu.

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