2020 Youth Collective Summit
2019 WNET Youth Collective Summit
Reel Works: Let's Talk Bias
Beyond the Vote: Gen Z & Civic Engagement
PBS LEARNING MEDIA RESOURCES
Confronting Bias: Ethics in the Classroom
This collection provides teachers with tools to incorporate ethics education in the classroom and foster dialogue about bias.
How Unconscious Race Bias Affects Millennials
Discuss how implicit bias affects our daily lives with this video and educational resources from PBS NewsHour from March 27,
Fighting Prejudice and Bullying | FILMS BYKIDS
Learn how a young girl who immigrated to New York City from Yemen dealt with Islamophobia in this video from FILMS BY KIDS.
Why Are Schools Still So Segregated? | Above the Noise
Explore the factors that led to school desegregation and re-segregation in the latest Above the Noise video.
Affirmative Action: Should Race Be a Factor in College Admissions? | Above the Noise
Should race be considered in college admissions? Have your students watch the video and respond to the question in KQED Learn
Concepts Unwrapped: Implicit Bias
This video from Ethics Unwrapped introduces the behavioral ethics bias known as implicit bias.
20th Century Italian Immigration: America the Melting Pot…or Not?
Explore the experiences of twentieth century American immigrants alongside renowned chef Tom Colicchio.
8 Tips for Online Teaching
Learn to design effective online content for your students that's eye-catching, engaging, and memorable.
A Fierce Green Fire
A study of the history of the environmental movement, including pollution, climate change and the establishment of Earth Day.
Find ways to help your students get the most out of doing math—Cyberchase style!
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