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DragonflyTV (formerly a part of PBS) features real kids doing their own science inquiries. Topics might include "how rapids affect a river ride", "how do horses use their ears to communicate", or "how can skating turns be speedy, steady and in control". learn more
Unlike other resources indexed here, the NPR Education page indexes interviews, talks, and content from recent NPR programs of interest to teachers and parents. Recent topics have included Charter Schools, empowering low-income students, STEM, developing healthy relationships, student-police interactions, discrimination and the future of education. learn more
PBS is another example of a wide-ranging content site that's safe for students to search. Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) and its predecessor, National Educational Television (NET), have been creating educational television programming since 1954. Here you will find links to resources you might realize were available from PBS, as well as resources from National Public… learn more
PBS has a separate site dedicated to learning resources for the K-12 community. PBS LearningMedia provides over 100,000 videos, images, interactives, lesson plans and articles for educators, including both free and paid content. PBS LearningMedia for Students is a teacher-managed environment that allows students to create their own learning experiences by engaging directly with content,… learn more
Science Friday on NPR stations covers the outer reaches of space to the tiniest microbes in our bodies. Science Friday is the source for entertaining and educational stories about science, technology, and other cool stuff. In addition, you'll find award-winning digital videos, original web articles, and educational resources for teachers and informal educators. learn more
WGBH Boston looked at how things clanged in the last century (1900-1999), outlining some of the big changes in the home over 100 years. Can your students come up with other changes over the last 100 years? How about in the last twenty or so? Compare the web site's latest technology to today. What are… learn more