PBS and BBC present Big Blue Live — a three-night television and online broadcast extravaganza featuring the majestic marine life of Monterey Bay through live reports from air, sea, and below the waves. Bay Area teachers are invited to KQED for a Big Blue Live screening, Monday, August 31st at 5:30pm. Free registration required. Bring Big Blue […]
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Calling all Bay Area Teachers: Kick off your school year with an exclusive educator event. Join us on Monday, August 31st as we raise a glass to the miracle of Monterey Bay and learning at a special KQED Studios viewing party. Celebrate the premier of the new PBS and BBC television series Big Blue Live with festive music, wine, tasty […]
The Federal government is setting new guidelines aimed to improve school climate by transforming discipline practices and policies. What does discipline looks like at your school? Are you more likely to change your behavior after receiving negative punishment or reinforcement and rewards for taking positive steps?
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From the science of making cheese to the chemistry of onions, connect food to science and showcase hands-on cooking activities that can be done at school, at summer camp or at home with these videos and activities found in PBS LearningMedia. PBS LearningMedia has productivity tools for creating interactive learning experiences. Sign up for a free […]
Fifty years ago — on July 30, 1965 — President Lyndon Johnson, as part of his War on Poverty, signed into law the bill that created the Medicare and Medicaid federal health insurance programs. Like Obama’s Affordable Care Act, the programs faced staunch opposition and lofty implementation challenges.