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Innovation is everyone’s responsibility . . . .”  Albert Einstein

The last day to apply for the PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovators program is February 8.  If you or an educator you know incorporates digital media in classrooms and serves as a leader in educational technology, we encourage you to apply.   This year for the first time, all educators who submit a complete application and meet all entry requirements will be invited to join and reap the program’s benefits.

From this group, up to 54 Lead Innovators will be selected and also receive a three day, all-expense paid trip (more…)

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As we’ve been sharing here, the PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovators program recognizes educators nationwide who incorporate digital media in classrooms and serve as leaders in educational technology.  This year for the first time, all educators who submit a complete application for tech-savvy K-12 educators and meet all entry requirements will be invited to join and reap the program’s benefits.

From this group, up to 54 Lead Innovators will be selected and also receive a three day, all-expense paid trip (more…)

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Project Coach works to bridge the economic, educational and social divisions facing Springfield youth by empowering and employing inner-city teens to coach, teach, and mentor elementary school students in their neighborhoods.  While training teens to be leaders is at the heart of its mission, Project Coach also provides the scaffolding to enable teens to be successful in school and community through its partnership with Smith College.

The Smith College-Project Coach Fellowship is an innovative tuition-free master’s program that prepares aspiring coaches & teachers to work at the intersection of urban youth development and education.  Project Coach offers a number of master’s of arts in teaching for

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“…if we teach today as we taught yesterday, we rob our children of tomorrow.”  John Dewey

These PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovators share how PBS has been educating them their entire lives, as children, parents and now as educators.  And, as John Dewey’s quotation makes clear, teachers must lead students into the ever-changing future, and today that future is inextricably connected to technology.

If you’re passionate about using technology to create learning opportunities, enjoy collaborating with other educators to spark student interest in learning, and are an active sharer of content and ideas through social media, then you’ll want to consider applying for a chance to become a PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovator.

For the first time in four years, all educators that submit a complete application  and meet the entry requirements will be invited to join the Digital Innovators program!  All 2016 Digital Innovators will receive (more…)

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Emperor Science Award Program

Stand Up To Cancer, a program of the Entertainment Industry Foundation, and PBS LearningMedia are proud to announce the Emperor Science Award program — a unique mentoring program that pairs university-level research scientists with high school students in grades 10-11.  The Emperor Science Award initiative is designed to engage students curious about exploring careers in science, specifically cancer research & care, through a unique mentoring opportunity.  100 winning students will receive (more…)

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We recently shared the 30 PBS programs nominated for PrimeTime emmys.  It’s little surprise to us that among the 49 Daytime Emmy Award nominations, many are for PBS KIDS programs with multiple nominations:  SESAME STREET (13), ODD SQUAD (6), PEG + CAT  (6) and CYBERCHASE.  All this programs offer curriculum and classroom content (more…)

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The National Education Association (NEA)’s highest honor—the NEA Friend of Education—was awarded recently to the Public Broadcasting System (PBS) and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB). PBS President and CEO Paula Kerger accepted the award in front of more than 7,000 educators.  As you can see and hear, Ms Kerger, who comes from a family of educators, thanked member stations for the content and service we collectively provide to educators. WGBY, an American Graduate Station, is grateful to be among those stations that serve our region’s educators (more…)

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