PBS SoCaL Education Blog

Digital Innovation in SoCaL Classrooms

Posted by Jamie Myers

Two local teachers named PBS LearningMedia Top 100 Digital Innovators

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This month is brought to you by the letter T for Technology

Posted by Susie Grimm

Discover new opportunities and ways to integrate technology into the learning process with PBS SoCaL kids resources.

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The Story of the Jews Digital Toolkit

Posted by Keena Levert

Classroom resources developed to enhance junior and high school students’ reading, viewing, and appreciation of Jewish history.

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Learning Time: Wild Kratts Nature Journal

Posted by Alyssa Torrez

Get outside and explore with a nature journal from the Wild Kratts.

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Career Spotlight: The Life of a Special Events Director

Posted by Kellee Wallace

A look at the personal road of our Director of Special Events.

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American Promise at the Inglewood Library

Posted by Keena Levert

PBS SoCaL Education hosted a screening and panel discussion of the POV doc, American Promise.

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The Story of the Jews National Essay Contest

Posted by Keena Levert

Through June 13, 2014, high school students can enter 500-word essays for the chance to win a trip to New York City!

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Biker Group Visits the PBS SoCaL Studio

Posted by Kellee Wallace

KidWorks rolls out to the PBS SoCaL Studio to learn about careers in media and production.

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Bill Nye the Science Guy!

Posted by Alyssa Torrez

Bill Nye the Science Guy talks about the importance of science at Cal State Fullerton.

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This month is brought to you by the letter S for SCIENCE

Posted by Susie Grimm

Online and digital resources to extend children's learning of science. Sid the Science Kid will entertain and educate children of all ages!

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