The U.S. government’s UFO report provides the perfect opportunity to teach about media literacy and the search for extraterrestrial life.
These free Earth Day lessons and activities will help teachers explore this crucial subject with K-12 students in an engaging, age-appropriate way.
Dr. Eric J. Pyle, president of the National Science Teaching Association (NSTA), offers advice for how to teach climate change without scaring or dividing students.
NASA’s Perseverance Rover is scheduled to land on the Red Planet Thursday. Here’s how to stream the event in-class and get your students ready.
Readorium is a website offering a virtual science library with books and activities that focus on building students reading comprehension and science knowledge.
Generation Genius is a comprehensive set of science videos and lessons made in partnership with the National Science Teachers Association.
The insights gleaned from these solutions will help PBS KIDS create new solutions, content and products that help ensure every user has the best chance to learn important skills.
Students can choose from five modules -- States, Science, American History, Biography, and Social Studies, each one with a number of subtopics to explore.
CellEnergy Photosynthesis Labs is an app for high school and middle school students to explore how photosynthesis and cellular respiration allow matter and energy to cycle through ecosystems.
Videos, articles, and interactives are available on topics including Ancient Worlds, Body+Brain, Evolution, Military+Espionage, and many more.
Attendees will receive hands-on training using data-collection technology, as well as a Go Direct® Temperature Probe for their classroom.
“As educators, we want their voices to not only be heard but to be steeped in factual information – not memes and misinformation," said Robert Romano, CEO of StudySync.