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WNET Hosts New York’s First PBS EdCamp

February 5, 2018

Last Saturday, educators filled WNET’s Kellen Boardroom for an unconventional day of conversation, exploration, and professional development.   WNET’s Ellie Smeallie, Sandy Goldberg, Kristina Kirtley, Janice Fuld, Norah Jones and Jasmine Wilson welcomed passionate educators for New York’s first PBS Edcamp.   Designed for teachers, an Edcamp is a “un-conference,” which provides educators access to […]

Seeking NY State Educators for FREE Engineering Workshops in February and March!

January 18, 2018

  Workshops are available in NYC, Rochester, Syracuse, and Troy as part of WNET’s new Teaching Engineering in New York project. These workshops and accompanying Teaching Engineering in New York resources are designed to help teachers incorporate engineering concepts and skills into science lessons and address the new New York State science standards.   Details: NYC Date/ […]

PBS Edcamp at WNET for Elementary Educators January 27th

January 3, 2018

  PBS Edcamp at WNET – Elementary Edcamps are un-conferences. Topics for sessions are determined by participants, where conversation and collaboration are paramount. Connect with educators facing similar challenges, learn new tips and share ideas. Leave energized and inspired! When: January 27, 2018 9am – 1pm   Where: WNET New York Public Media 825 Eighth […]

ELA Teachers Grades 6-12: Join us at our American Masters: Lorraine Hansberry Screening

December 19, 2017

Seeking NY Middle School Teachers for FREE Engineering Workshop!

December 14, 2017

  WNET is offering a free Professional Development Workshop for teachers in grades 6 – 8, as part of its new Teaching Engineering in New York project. This workshop and accompanying Teaching Engineering in New York resources are designed to help teachers incorporate engineering concepts and skills into science lessons and address the new New […]

A Black History Film & Conversation Series: More Than a Month

December 13, 2017

  Together with ITVS, PBS Education is hosting a 3-part series of film screenings followed by panel discussions for Black History Month. Each panel discussion, moderated by both a student and a teacher, will offer participants a chance to pose live questions and interact with film producers/directors in real time, through the OVEE platform. Each event will be […]

WNET Introduces “Sesame Street in Communities” at Community Outreach Events – Photos

December 7, 2017

In September, WNET introduced Sesame Street in Communities at several different boroughs throughout New York City. A new initiative from Sesame Workshop, Sesame Street in the Communities aims to empower parents, caregivers, and service providers in the U.S. to support the children in three key areas that are critical for children’s well-being and success: early […]

New York State Archives Invites Students to Enter Student Research Awards Contest

December 6, 2017

                                                                                                       NEW YORK STATE ARCHIVES INVITES STUDENTS TO ENTER STUDENT RESEARCH AWARDS CONTEST   The New York State Archives invites students statewide to enter the 28th Annual Student Research Awards Contest. The contest is open to all New York State […]

Join us for a Mission US Teacher Workshop 12/11!

November 30, 2017

Join us for a workshop on award-winning interactive experience Mission US on December 11th! Click here to sign up!

Free Cyberchase STEM Text Messages for Elementary Teachers

November 1, 2017

  WNET is pleased to announce a new, free, 4-week texting program! WHO: Teachers in grades 1-3. WHEN: Starting on November 13th 2017! WHAT: Teachers will receive a text message once a week with a link to free, quality, educational, STEM, classroom resources from the award-winning multimedia children’s series Cyberchase. HOW: Interested in participating? Text […]

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