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Beth Mason

Hi, I really enjoyed the information you shared on http://spaceracers.org/en/parents-educators/lesson-plans/roll-pitch-yaw. One of the young men in my afterschool program is very into airplanes and while helping him construct a paper ...

Melanie Rodas

Jamaica, NY, United States

Do you like using PBS LearningMedia as a learning tool? "It's really cool because you get to interact with the video and it's fun all at the same time. It's probably ...

Lisa Riehman

Valhalla, NY, United States

The students in my 4/5th grade classroom at Mt. Pleasant Blythedale School have a great deal of responsibility. In addition to meeting the demands of everyday schooling, each pupil receives ...

Marsha Thompson

One thing I really like about PBS LearningMedia is the storyboard option. My students are required to go on in the middle of the unit and add any form of ...

Angela Guiffreda

Brooklyn

Twenty four years ago, I was a new teacher in the NYC Department of Education's Deaf and Hard of Hearing program. I struggled to get my kindergarten students to grasp ...

Dan Monfre

Milwaukee, WI, United States

So if you’ve been watching Idea Channel for a while you probably know about Mr. Monfre’s class. Mr. Monfre is a high school math teacher who shows Idea Channel to ...

Jeffrey Utz

Brooklyn, NY, United States

I teach 7th grade science and I use PBS LearningMedia because it’s easy to find videos and they have good supplementary materials, like good questions to ask the children to ...

Jennifer Abounader

Brooklyn, NY, United States

I work with very diverse learners. I work with a lot of special education students and a lot of English language learners and the multimedia on PBS LearningMedia really helps ...

Claudine Conover

Bronx, NY, United States

I use PBS LearningMedia to engage my students in learning. My children get very excited when they see videos of children explaining science topics and hands-on science experiments. My children ...

Marsha Thompson

PBS LearningMedia really supports my teaching. For example, when I was doing my states of matter unit, most of the times I only use water as an example because it’s ...

Jennifer Abounader

Brooklyn, NY, United States

I used PBS LearningMedia to enhance a unit that a social studies teacher was doing on the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire. Before, the unit was just him talking about it, ...

Aubrey Bresett

Stamford, CT, United States

Connecticut Scholar Changing Lives, One Hard Drive At A Time One of Cloonan Middle School’s hardest working information technology people is an eighth-grader named Daniel Greco. Over a year ago, assistant principal ...

Scott Jackson

Brooklyn, NY, United States

With students that are diverse learners and have diverse backgrounds, you need to find different resources and different avenues for the students to really get into the material. When I ...

Jill Vero-Kipp

Brooklyn, NY, United States

Sometimes concepts are hard to introduce or just keep the kids interested in, so with a game right away we’re going to grab them. Once I heard “game” and “educational” ...

Diane Murray

Hoboken, NJ, United States

My name is Diane Murray and I teach 6th grade at Elysian Charter School in Hoboken, New Jersey. Mission US: Flight to Freedom is a really great online game that ...