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Kids love treasure hunts and a fun, yet surprisingly practical summer project allows them to design and build a magnetic-field detector and use it to find hidden magnets with students. (more…)

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This recollection from one of our most beloved singer/storytellers is among many riveting moments from American Experience’s Freedom Summer, airing on WGBY on June 24 at 9p.  The film documents 10 memorable weeks in 1964 when more than 700 student volunteers from around the country joined organizers and local African Americans in an historic effort to shatter the foundations of white supremacy in what was one of the nation’s most viciously racist, segregated states.  For educator resources (more…)

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Did you know that the The Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) World Cup is the world’s most widely watched sporting event? Now through 7/13 — or anytime — you can share these NEW PBS LearningMedia resources from PBS NewsHour to immerse your local educators and students grades 7-12 in the education opportunity of the 2014 finals tournament, putting it in context to history and current events.  (more…)

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June 12 is Anne Frank’s Birthday. A blended lesson from WGBH in Boston examines what Anne Frank’s writing reveals about her character and how it changed while she was in hiding. (more…)

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eng06_int_biomimicry.jpg.resize.710x399Students can explore amazing ways in which nature works to make our lives cleaner and healthier every day with the Nature Works Everywhere collection from The Nature Conservancy.  The collection shows how all types of environments, plants, and animals play crucial roles in maintaining our global ecosystem and how we can help play a role in a more sustainable future. (more…)

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The STEM TEACHER CHALLENGE, sponsored by Google and WGBH Education, is a video contest seeking creative STEM teaching solutions. Upload your video to our YouTube channel and it may be selected for inclusion in a special STEM collection
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SudansSecretSide2Teachers and students can use a free online video editor and professional footage from a public television series to edit and publish their own 1-3 minute docs about North Africa.  Lessons materials allow students to learn about current, global issues and create products in an innovative, hands-on multimedia learning environment, with each of six topics aligning to Common Core Standards. (more…)

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