PBS SoCaL Education Blog

Apr
28

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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Apr
22

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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Apr
21

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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Apr
18

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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Apr
15

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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Apr
02

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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Mar
25

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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Mar
24

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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Mar
14

A Seussical Celebration!

Posted by Alyssa Torrez

Literacy themed events and activities celebrating Read Across America Day and Dr. Seuss' Birthday!

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Mar
03

TIME to get Reading AND Writing

Posted by Jamie Annunzio Myers

The Million Word Challenge and PBS KIDS Writer's Contest are easy local ways to get your child writing and reading.

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