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Award Winning Content• 18,000+ assets in grades PreK -12• 200~ new PBS and public media resources are  added every month• ...
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We Choose to Cha Cha Cha (ch)                         Early Literacy                        One Minute Clip
Freedom Riders              Challenge Segregation   VideoGrades 6-12
Frozen Frog                  Frozen? Dead? Just Sleeping?                       You make the call! 3 min clipGrades 6-12
Grades 5-8            All Systems Are Go!         3 min clip                    Interactive activity from        Grades 6-...
CAREER PROFILES  “What I’m doing canreally make a difference!”                                         Career Video
ProfessionalDevelopment               Assessing Prior Knowledge                       In Action
ProfessionalDevelopment    Acquiring Language                   In Action
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PBS LM intro_052012
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Introduction to PBS LM for public television stations...updated May 2012.

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  • PBS LearningMedia™ is a new, dynamic platform offering the best of public media content and produced specifically for PreK-16 teachers. With free access to over 14,000 high-quality resources tied to national standards and key curriculum areas, teachers can download, save and share exactly what they need for an inspired classroom experience. Sign up is free and easy for educators! ** Stations can customize and re-brand the platform, as well as add local content and integrate with existing API.
  • PBS LearningMedia features award-winning content from the best on PBS: NOVA, NATURE, CYBERCHASE, FRONTLINE, AMERICAN EXPERIENCE, SID THE SCIENCE KID and more.Breadth of the content – where it’s coming from, wide range
  • 60 plus public media partnersWorking to fill in our gapsContinue to take clips regularly from shows such as dinosaur train, super why and sid the science kid; working with national programming to build cleared rights to assets to make available on PBS LM.We know that teachers want media assets
  • 60 plus public media partnersWorking to fill in our gapsContinue to take clips regularly from shows such as dinosaur train, super why and sid the science kid; working with national programming to build cleared rights to assets to make available on PBS LM.We know that teachers want media assets
  • 60 plus public media partnersWorking to fill in our gapsContinue to take clips regularly from shows such as dinosaur train, super why and sid the science kid; working with national programming to build cleared rights to assets to make available on PBS LM.We know that teachers want media assets
  • 60 plus public media partnersWorking to fill in our gapsContinue to take clips regularly from shows such as dinosaur train, super why and sid the science kid; working with national programming to build cleared rights to assets to make available on PBS LM.We know that teachers want media assets
  • Media ResourcesClick on resource to demonstrate how teacher can easily view. Media replaces text on left side of page. Click “Overview” to return to LP text.
  • pbslearningmedia.org/content/btl10.ela.early.wechoosetochachacha/This video segment from Between the Lions features Theo and Cleo singing a song and dancing the Cha Cha to demonstrate the "ch" sound. They perform in the main reading room of the library and sing about how some lions do other activities to cheer up, but they choose to cha, cha, cha. Three monkeys do backup singing. Featured words include: choose; chuckle; chase; chipmunk; chomp; chicken; chiquita; choose; cha, cha, cha; chew; and cheer. This video segment provides a resource for Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Letter Knowledge Awareness, and Phonological Awareness.
  • pbslearningmedia.org/content/fr11.soc.civil.tactics.frgoals/Learn about the Freedom Riders, a courageous band of African American and white civil rights activists who in 1961 rode together on buses throughout the American South to challenge segregation. These video segments document the events and accomplishments of the Freedom Rides, and introduce you to the real human stories of those who helped change our history.
  • pbslearningmedia.org/content/lsps07.sci.life.evo.frozenfrogs/In this video adapted from NOVA scienceNOW, learn how the common wood frog survives the cold winter. Wood frogs are found in the northern United States and Canada and must endure freezing cold temperatures for parts of the year. In order to survive the cold, they have a special adaptation—they are able to freeze solid without damaging their cells. Sugar acts like a natural antifreeze in their bodies, allowing them to spend the winter frozen and then resume function in the spring.
  • www.pbslearningmedia.org/content/lsps07.sci.life.stru.bodysystems/In this interactive activity from Kinetic City, Arnold is missing all of his organ systems. The organs of the human body are critical for maintaining conditions that are necessary for life, and must operate in concert with each other to do their jobs. Help Arnold identify these important organ systems and put them back into his body where they belong.
  • Sandra BustamanteThis video produced for Teachers' Domain reveals how Sandra Bustamante, a research assistant in the Boston University School of Public Health, got her start in biotechnology. Sandra, whose collaborative work with nanoparticles aims to deliver vaccines into the human body without breaking the skin, fell in love with science during a free certificate program in Boston, Massachusetts, called CityLab. The video details not only Sandra's cutting-edge research work but also the qualities she has demonstrated that have helped her excel in her field—namely, a desire to learn and a curiosity about how things work.
  • pbslearningmedia.org/content/f82934fc-283c-4ee9-a7b3-34755af7c285/Assessing Prior KnowledgeSee how a kindergarten teacher uses a brainstorming technique to find out what students already know about the topic before reading an informational text to students
  • pbslearningmedia.org/content/f01f14de-dbbf-4e02-9def-63bc4f37ddf7/Watch this video in which a child development expert explains the "built-in" mechanisms very young children have that allow them to acquire and manipulate language to fit different situations.
  • An exciting suite of Election 2012 resources for LM coming in August.  Here's an overview of what we're planning to create:Election 2012 Collection on PBS LearningMediaThe Election 2012 Collection will be THE destination for election-related educational content from PBS.  The page will offer a curated collection of relevant videos, interactives and lesson plans from the PBS LearningMedia repository, including an updated version of 2008’s Access, Analyze, Act: A Blueprint for Civic Engagement curriculum as well as contextualized purpose-built clips from FRONTLINE’s The Choice 2012 and new educational resources from NewsHour.  The page will also feature links to related content, such as locally produced learning resources and civics games created as part of CPB’s American History and Civics Initiative.  Teachers and students will be able to access breaking election news through the Newscast to Schools module (described in detail below) and be invited to explore and analyze data through an embedded version of the NewsHour Digital Map Center.Election 2012 Newscast to SchoolsPBS LearningMedia will offer a national Election 2012 news feed.  The feed will feature the latest breaking election-related news stories from national producers, including NewsHour, FRONTLINE, and Need to Know, tailored for the K-12 audience.  Stations will be offered a module that can reside within their locally branded PBS LearningMedia services and will have the ability to publish their own locally produced election-related content within their LM services; the best, most relevant local content will potentially become part of the national feed.  The module will initially be branded to feature Election 2012-related content, but beyond the election stations will be able to use it to promote other nationally and locally produced current events content for teachers and students.Multimedia Presidential Election PrimerDrawing on the talents of PBS "stars," from Ruff Ruffman to Jim Lehrer, and incorporating engaging design and humor, we will produce an illuminating (and evergreen) multimedia glossary of 15-20 terms that offers kid-friendly explanations of election-related terms, focusing on their meaning and the ways in which they're relevant to students’ lives.  We will draw on key terms in the primer to build a quiz app that will test students’ – and the general audience’s – knowledge of election-related topics.  This quiz will help promote PBS Education’s Election 2012 suite of resources and has great potential to go viral. We are very excited to work with our stations and producer community in developing new content and with the broader LM team to build out new functionality and promote our exciting new offerings!
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    1. 1. WELCOME!We’ll be getting started at ______ EDT. Thanks for joining us! Dial in: (800) 416 8128 Participant code: 341193 Hosted by _____________________
    2. 2. www.pbslearningmedia.org
    3. 3. “NAME” HostHost’s email
    4. 4. "PBS can make a significant contribution to
 education by providingcontent in an easy-to-use
 format. PBS LearningMedia representsthe best from
 around the country aggregated into one place. 
 Itsa simple idea but extraordinarily powerful." 
 –Paula Kerger, PBS President
    5. 5. BEST of public media HOW EXCITING! PLEASE TELL ME MORE!!Tens of thousands ofcontent resourcesFlexible platformSave, Tag, ShareClass PagesNational and Common CoreStandardsOffered by public broadcastingFREE
    6. 6. Award Winning Content• 18,000+ assets in grades PreK -12• 200~ new PBS and public media resources are added every month• 80+ content contributors actively participate in this growing repository
    7. 7. PBS LM Content Across Subjects World Languages 3% Arts 9% Social Studies 22% English Language Arts 14% Health and Physical Education 5% Mathematics 6% Professional Science Development 36% 5%
    8. 8. PBS LM Content Across Resource Type Document 16% Interactive 12% Audio Video 6% 61% Image 5%
    9. 9. PBS LM Content Across Grade Levels 1 2 3 0% 0% 4 5 1% 15 2% 3% 6 14% 4% 7 6% 8 14 7% 13% 9 8% 13 12% 10 9% 12 11 11% 10%
    10. 10. Search by topic or keyword SEARCH bytopic, program or keyword
    11. 11. Search by subject area SEARCH bysubject area
    12. 12. Resource PageEasy to View Curriculm AlignmentAncillaryResources:
    13. 13. Save Resources View most recent Use core filters – grade, subject, media, t ype, etc., to organize and/or create custom tags Annotate resources with notes
    14. 14. Create a Class Page Choose a title, description and custom URL. Create sections and populate with your “Favorite” resources.
    15. 15. Lesson Plans
    16. 16. We Choose to Cha Cha Cha (ch) Early Literacy One Minute Clip
    17. 17. Freedom Riders Challenge Segregation VideoGrades 6-12
    18. 18. Frozen Frog Frozen? Dead? Just Sleeping? You make the call! 3 min clipGrades 6-12
    19. 19. Grades 5-8 All Systems Are Go! 3 min clip Interactive activity from Grades 6-12 Kinetic City
    20. 20. CAREER PROFILES “What I’m doing canreally make a difference!” Career Video
    21. 21. ProfessionalDevelopment Assessing Prior Knowledge In Action
    22. 22. ProfessionalDevelopment Acquiring Language In Action
    23. 23. NEW CONTENT!!!
    24. 24. Questions?
    25. 25. Join Us on the Web http://www.pbslearningmedia.orgtwitter.com/pbslearningmediatwitter.com/ThirteenEducate facebook.com/pbslearningmedia facebook.com/ThirteenEducation
    26. 26. Contact Information Name Organization Email Phone

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