Oh, the places you’ll go as you celebrate The Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum!  Honoring the genius of Springfield’s native son, Theodore Geisel (a. k. a. Dr. Seuss), the new museum takes its place on Springfield’s tree-lined Quadrangle Continue Reading »

PBS LearningMedia has resources for grades 2-13+ to help make Memorial Day meaningful to students, including video clips, lesson plans Continue Reading »

ttv10_vid_currents_l-resize-710x399You have time to register for tonight’s webinar for grade K-12 educatorsTeach Weather and Climate with Digital Media is about empowering students to make sense of complex topics and to engage with phenomena in ways that otherwise would be too difficult.

The free, interactive presentation shares Continue Reading »

As sung by these endearing Sesame Street muppets, “Math is everywhere.”  To make math accessible from an early age, Sesame Street invites all early childhood educators — whether working in a classroom, center-based program, or family child-care setting — to join a free online course, Make Believe with Math. 

This self-paced course Continue Reading »

isabellaAppreciation can be joyful to receive, especially from students.  But dedicated teachers do all they do regardless of  thanks or applause.  What they consistently need is inspiration, Continue Reading »

Forty-eight years ago on May 1, Fred Rogers, beloved host of Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood, went to Washington to defend public television from budget cuts.  His heartfelt congressional testimony Continue Reading »

Have you visited the PBS Teachers’ Lounge and Blog lately?  You can explore a large collection of posts by teachers and content producers around the country. Featured topics range from social emotional learning to Continue Reading »