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  • \nScript:\nThis picture probably looks familiar to many of you: Rote work, teachers in “sage on the stage” mode, “sit and git, ” one-way instruction, and books. \n\nThe décor may have changed but the "sage on the stage" hasn’t.\n \nYet many of today’s students and classrooms represent a new world, a world that has been decisively changed by the digital revolution that transformed the life outside the classroom.\n
  • \nScript:\nThis picture probably looks familiar to many of you: Rote work, teachers in “sage on the stage” mode, “sit and git, ” one-way instruction, and books. \n\nThe décor may have changed but the "sage on the stage" hasn’t.\n \nYet many of today’s students and classrooms represent a new world, a world that has been decisively changed by the digital revolution that transformed the life outside the classroom.\n
  • \nScript:\nThis picture probably looks familiar to many of you: Rote work, teachers in “sage on the stage” mode, “sit and git, ” one-way instruction, and books. \n\nThe décor may have changed but the "sage on the stage" hasn’t.\n \nYet many of today’s students and classrooms represent a new world, a world that has been decisively changed by the digital revolution that transformed the life outside the classroom.\n
  • Slides 4-13 - Silhouette of teachers and students in a series\n\nScript:\nLet’s zoom in on one teacher to see what her day is like.\nConsider a high school science teacher. On average her class size is 22 students per class, 5 classes a day, 3 different preparations. \n\nShe also deals with high stakes tests, supplemental content, Common Core standards, special needs students, English language learners, performance review.\n\nThere is more content to teach and more pressure for students than ever to succeed.\n\n By one estimate it would take take 23 years to cover the entire MA K-12 curriculum!\n\n\n
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  • Script:\nLet's switch to today's students - born digital. They are the “always-on” generation – children ages 8-18 spend more than 7 ½ hour a day with their devices. When you add in multitasking, eg, surfing and listening to music, it increases to nearly 11 hours. (Kaiser Family Fdn research, NY Times Jan 20, 2010)\n\nFor them, devices and connectivity have been there from the beginning.\n\n* iPod—ubiquitous and personal. Introduced in 2001 \n*Then the iPhone, released in June 2007 \n*Total smartphones sold in the 3rd quarter 2011 were 10.6 million\n
  • Script:\nLet's switch to today's students - born digital. They are the “always-on” generation – children ages 8-18 spend more than 7 ½ hour a day with their devices. When you add in multitasking, eg, surfing and listening to music, it increases to nearly 11 hours. (Kaiser Family Fdn research, NY Times Jan 20, 2010)\n\nFor them, devices and connectivity have been there from the beginning.\n\n* iPod—ubiquitous and personal. Introduced in 2001 \n*Then the iPhone, released in June 2007 \n*Total smartphones sold in the 3rd quarter 2011 were 10.6 million\n
  • Script:\nLet's switch to today's students - born digital. They are the “always-on” generation – children ages 8-18 spend more than 7 ½ hour a day with their devices. When you add in multitasking, eg, surfing and listening to music, it increases to nearly 11 hours. (Kaiser Family Fdn research, NY Times Jan 20, 2010)\n\nFor them, devices and connectivity have been there from the beginning.\n\n* iPod—ubiquitous and personal. Introduced in 2001 \n*Then the iPhone, released in June 2007 \n*Total smartphones sold in the 3rd quarter 2011 were 10.6 million\n
  • Script:\nLet's switch to today's students - born digital. They are the “always-on” generation – children ages 8-18 spend more than 7 ½ hour a day with their devices. When you add in multitasking, eg, surfing and listening to music, it increases to nearly 11 hours. (Kaiser Family Fdn research, NY Times Jan 20, 2010)\n\nFor them, devices and connectivity have been there from the beginning.\n\n* iPod—ubiquitous and personal. Introduced in 2001 \n*Then the iPhone, released in June 2007 \n*Total smartphones sold in the 3rd quarter 2011 were 10.6 million\n
  • Script:\nLet's switch to today's students - born digital. They are the “always-on” generation – children ages 8-18 spend more than 7 ½ hour a day with their devices. When you add in multitasking, eg, surfing and listening to music, it increases to nearly 11 hours. (Kaiser Family Fdn research, NY Times Jan 20, 2010)\n\nFor them, devices and connectivity have been there from the beginning.\n\n* iPod—ubiquitous and personal. Introduced in 2001 \n*Then the iPhone, released in June 2007 \n*Total smartphones sold in the 3rd quarter 2011 were 10.6 million\n
  • Script:\nLet's switch to today's students - born digital. They are the “always-on” generation – children ages 8-18 spend more than 7 ½ hour a day with their devices. When you add in multitasking, eg, surfing and listening to music, it increases to nearly 11 hours. (Kaiser Family Fdn research, NY Times Jan 20, 2010)\n\nFor them, devices and connectivity have been there from the beginning.\n\n* iPod—ubiquitous and personal. Introduced in 2001 \n*Then the iPhone, released in June 2007 \n*Total smartphones sold in the 3rd quarter 2011 were 10.6 million\n
  • Script:\nLet's switch to today's students - born digital. They are the “always-on” generation – children ages 8-18 spend more than 7 ½ hour a day with their devices. When you add in multitasking, eg, surfing and listening to music, it increases to nearly 11 hours. (Kaiser Family Fdn research, NY Times Jan 20, 2010)\n\nFor them, devices and connectivity have been there from the beginning.\n\n* iPod—ubiquitous and personal. Introduced in 2001 \n*Then the iPhone, released in June 2007 \n*Total smartphones sold in the 3rd quarter 2011 were 10.6 million\n
  • Script:\nLet's switch to today's students - born digital. They are the “always-on” generation – children ages 8-18 spend more than 7 ½ hour a day with their devices. When you add in multitasking, eg, surfing and listening to music, it increases to nearly 11 hours. (Kaiser Family Fdn research, NY Times Jan 20, 2010)\n\nFor them, devices and connectivity have been there from the beginning.\n\n* iPod—ubiquitous and personal. Introduced in 2001 \n*Then the iPhone, released in June 2007 \n*Total smartphones sold in the 3rd quarter 2011 were 10.6 million\n
  • Script:\nLet's switch to today's students - born digital. They are the “always-on” generation – children ages 8-18 spend more than 7 ½ hour a day with their devices. When you add in multitasking, eg, surfing and listening to music, it increases to nearly 11 hours. (Kaiser Family Fdn research, NY Times Jan 20, 2010)\n\nFor them, devices and connectivity have been there from the beginning.\n\n* iPod—ubiquitous and personal. Introduced in 2001 \n*Then the iPhone, released in June 2007 \n*Total smartphones sold in the 3rd quarter 2011 were 10.6 million\n
  • Script:\nLet's switch to today's students - born digital. They are the “always-on” generation – children ages 8-18 spend more than 7 ½ hour a day with their devices. When you add in multitasking, eg, surfing and listening to music, it increases to nearly 11 hours. (Kaiser Family Fdn research, NY Times Jan 20, 2010)\n\nFor them, devices and connectivity have been there from the beginning.\n\n* iPod—ubiquitous and personal. Introduced in 2001 \n*Then the iPhone, released in June 2007 \n*Total smartphones sold in the 3rd quarter 2011 were 10.6 million\n
  • Script:\nLet's switch to today's students - born digital. They are the “always-on” generation – children ages 8-18 spend more than 7 ½ hour a day with their devices. When you add in multitasking, eg, surfing and listening to music, it increases to nearly 11 hours. (Kaiser Family Fdn research, NY Times Jan 20, 2010)\n\nFor them, devices and connectivity have been there from the beginning.\n\n* iPod—ubiquitous and personal. Introduced in 2001 \n*Then the iPhone, released in June 2007 \n*Total smartphones sold in the 3rd quarter 2011 were 10.6 million\n
  • Script:\nLet's switch to today's students - born digital. They are the “always-on” generation – children ages 8-18 spend more than 7 ½ hour a day with their devices. When you add in multitasking, eg, surfing and listening to music, it increases to nearly 11 hours. (Kaiser Family Fdn research, NY Times Jan 20, 2010)\n\nFor them, devices and connectivity have been there from the beginning.\n\n* iPod—ubiquitous and personal. Introduced in 2001 \n*Then the iPhone, released in June 2007 \n*Total smartphones sold in the 3rd quarter 2011 were 10.6 million\n
  • Script:\nLet's switch to today's students - born digital. They are the “always-on” generation – children ages 8-18 spend more than 7 ½ hour a day with their devices. When you add in multitasking, eg, surfing and listening to music, it increases to nearly 11 hours. (Kaiser Family Fdn research, NY Times Jan 20, 2010)\n\nFor them, devices and connectivity have been there from the beginning.\n\n* iPod—ubiquitous and personal. Introduced in 2001 \n*Then the iPhone, released in June 2007 \n*Total smartphones sold in the 3rd quarter 2011 were 10.6 million\n
  • Script:\nLet's switch to today's students - born digital. They are the “always-on” generation – children ages 8-18 spend more than 7 ½ hour a day with their devices. When you add in multitasking, eg, surfing and listening to music, it increases to nearly 11 hours. (Kaiser Family Fdn research, NY Times Jan 20, 2010)\n\nFor them, devices and connectivity have been there from the beginning.\n\n* iPod—ubiquitous and personal. Introduced in 2001 \n*Then the iPhone, released in June 2007 \n*Total smartphones sold in the 3rd quarter 2011 were 10.6 million\n
  • Script:\nLet's switch to today's students - born digital. They are the “always-on” generation – children ages 8-18 spend more than 7 ½ hour a day with their devices. When you add in multitasking, eg, surfing and listening to music, it increases to nearly 11 hours. (Kaiser Family Fdn research, NY Times Jan 20, 2010)\n\nFor them, devices and connectivity have been there from the beginning.\n\n* iPod—ubiquitous and personal. Introduced in 2001 \n*Then the iPhone, released in June 2007 \n*Total smartphones sold in the 3rd quarter 2011 were 10.6 million\n
  • Script:\nLet's switch to today's students - born digital. They are the “always-on” generation – children ages 8-18 spend more than 7 ½ hour a day with their devices. When you add in multitasking, eg, surfing and listening to music, it increases to nearly 11 hours. (Kaiser Family Fdn research, NY Times Jan 20, 2010)\n\nFor them, devices and connectivity have been there from the beginning.\n\n* iPod—ubiquitous and personal. Introduced in 2001 \n*Then the iPhone, released in June 2007 \n*Total smartphones sold in the 3rd quarter 2011 were 10.6 million\n
  • Script:\nLet's switch to today's students - born digital. They are the “always-on” generation – children ages 8-18 spend more than 7 ½ hour a day with their devices. When you add in multitasking, eg, surfing and listening to music, it increases to nearly 11 hours. (Kaiser Family Fdn research, NY Times Jan 20, 2010)\n\nFor them, devices and connectivity have been there from the beginning.\n\n* iPod—ubiquitous and personal. Introduced in 2001 \n*Then the iPhone, released in June 2007 \n*Total smartphones sold in the 3rd quarter 2011 were 10.6 million\n
  • Script:\nLet's switch to today's students - born digital. They are the “always-on” generation – children ages 8-18 spend more than 7 ½ hour a day with their devices. When you add in multitasking, eg, surfing and listening to music, it increases to nearly 11 hours. (Kaiser Family Fdn research, NY Times Jan 20, 2010)\n\nFor them, devices and connectivity have been there from the beginning.\n\n* iPod—ubiquitous and personal. Introduced in 2001 \n*Then the iPhone, released in June 2007 \n*Total smartphones sold in the 3rd quarter 2011 were 10.6 million\n
  • Script:\nLet's switch to today's students - born digital. They are the “always-on” generation – children ages 8-18 spend more than 7 ½ hour a day with their devices. When you add in multitasking, eg, surfing and listening to music, it increases to nearly 11 hours. (Kaiser Family Fdn research, NY Times Jan 20, 2010)\n\nFor them, devices and connectivity have been there from the beginning.\n\n* iPod—ubiquitous and personal. Introduced in 2001 \n*Then the iPhone, released in June 2007 \n*Total smartphones sold in the 3rd quarter 2011 were 10.6 million\n
  • Script:\nLet's switch to today's students - born digital. They are the “always-on” generation – children ages 8-18 spend more than 7 ½ hour a day with their devices. When you add in multitasking, eg, surfing and listening to music, it increases to nearly 11 hours. (Kaiser Family Fdn research, NY Times Jan 20, 2010)\n\nFor them, devices and connectivity have been there from the beginning.\n\n* iPod—ubiquitous and personal. Introduced in 2001 \n*Then the iPhone, released in June 2007 \n*Total smartphones sold in the 3rd quarter 2011 were 10.6 million\n
  • Script:\nLet's switch to today's students - born digital. They are the “always-on” generation – children ages 8-18 spend more than 7 ½ hour a day with their devices. When you add in multitasking, eg, surfing and listening to music, it increases to nearly 11 hours. (Kaiser Family Fdn research, NY Times Jan 20, 2010)\n\nFor them, devices and connectivity have been there from the beginning.\n\n* iPod—ubiquitous and personal. Introduced in 2001 \n*Then the iPhone, released in June 2007 \n*Total smartphones sold in the 3rd quarter 2011 were 10.6 million\n
  • Script:\nLet's switch to today's students - born digital. They are the “always-on” generation – children ages 8-18 spend more than 7 ½ hour a day with their devices. When you add in multitasking, eg, surfing and listening to music, it increases to nearly 11 hours. (Kaiser Family Fdn research, NY Times Jan 20, 2010)\n\nFor them, devices and connectivity have been there from the beginning.\n\n* iPod—ubiquitous and personal. Introduced in 2001 \n*Then the iPhone, released in June 2007 \n*Total smartphones sold in the 3rd quarter 2011 were 10.6 million\n
  • Script:\nLet's switch to today's students - born digital. They are the “always-on” generation – children ages 8-18 spend more than 7 ½ hour a day with their devices. When you add in multitasking, eg, surfing and listening to music, it increases to nearly 11 hours. (Kaiser Family Fdn research, NY Times Jan 20, 2010)\n\nFor them, devices and connectivity have been there from the beginning.\n\n* iPod—ubiquitous and personal. Introduced in 2001 \n*Then the iPhone, released in June 2007 \n*Total smartphones sold in the 3rd quarter 2011 were 10.6 million\n
  • Script:\nLet's switch to today's students - born digital. They are the “always-on” generation – children ages 8-18 spend more than 7 ½ hour a day with their devices. When you add in multitasking, eg, surfing and listening to music, it increases to nearly 11 hours. (Kaiser Family Fdn research, NY Times Jan 20, 2010)\n\nFor them, devices and connectivity have been there from the beginning.\n\n* iPod—ubiquitous and personal. Introduced in 2001 \n*Then the iPhone, released in June 2007 \n*Total smartphones sold in the 3rd quarter 2011 were 10.6 million\n
  • Script:\nLet's switch to today's students - born digital. They are the “always-on” generation – children ages 8-18 spend more than 7 ½ hour a day with their devices. When you add in multitasking, eg, surfing and listening to music, it increases to nearly 11 hours. (Kaiser Family Fdn research, NY Times Jan 20, 2010)\n\nFor them, devices and connectivity have been there from the beginning.\n\n* iPod—ubiquitous and personal. Introduced in 2001 \n*Then the iPhone, released in June 2007 \n*Total smartphones sold in the 3rd quarter 2011 were 10.6 million\n
  • Script:\nLet's switch to today's students - born digital. They are the “always-on” generation – children ages 8-18 spend more than 7 ½ hour a day with their devices. When you add in multitasking, eg, surfing and listening to music, it increases to nearly 11 hours. (Kaiser Family Fdn research, NY Times Jan 20, 2010)\n\nFor them, devices and connectivity have been there from the beginning.\n\n* iPod—ubiquitous and personal. Introduced in 2001 \n*Then the iPhone, released in June 2007 \n*Total smartphones sold in the 3rd quarter 2011 were 10.6 million\n
  • Script:\nLet's switch to today's students - born digital. They are the “always-on” generation – children ages 8-18 spend more than 7 ½ hour a day with their devices. When you add in multitasking, eg, surfing and listening to music, it increases to nearly 11 hours. (Kaiser Family Fdn research, NY Times Jan 20, 2010)\n\nFor them, devices and connectivity have been there from the beginning.\n\n* iPod—ubiquitous and personal. Introduced in 2001 \n*Then the iPhone, released in June 2007 \n*Total smartphones sold in the 3rd quarter 2011 were 10.6 million\n
  • Script:\nLet's switch to today's students - born digital. They are the “always-on” generation – children ages 8-18 spend more than 7 ½ hour a day with their devices. When you add in multitasking, eg, surfing and listening to music, it increases to nearly 11 hours. (Kaiser Family Fdn research, NY Times Jan 20, 2010)\n\nFor them, devices and connectivity have been there from the beginning.\n\n* iPod—ubiquitous and personal. Introduced in 2001 \n*Then the iPhone, released in June 2007 \n*Total smartphones sold in the 3rd quarter 2011 were 10.6 million\n
  • Script:\nLet's switch to today's students - born digital. They are the “always-on” generation – children ages 8-18 spend more than 7 ½ hour a day with their devices. When you add in multitasking, eg, surfing and listening to music, it increases to nearly 11 hours. (Kaiser Family Fdn research, NY Times Jan 20, 2010)\n\nFor them, devices and connectivity have been there from the beginning.\n\n* iPod—ubiquitous and personal. Introduced in 2001 \n*Then the iPhone, released in June 2007 \n*Total smartphones sold in the 3rd quarter 2011 were 10.6 million\n
  • Script:\nLet's switch to today's students - born digital. They are the “always-on” generation – children ages 8-18 spend more than 7 ½ hour a day with their devices. When you add in multitasking, eg, surfing and listening to music, it increases to nearly 11 hours. (Kaiser Family Fdn research, NY Times Jan 20, 2010)\n\nFor them, devices and connectivity have been there from the beginning.\n\n* iPod—ubiquitous and personal. Introduced in 2001 \n*Then the iPhone, released in June 2007 \n*Total smartphones sold in the 3rd quarter 2011 were 10.6 million\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nWhat are students doing on these devices? They’re watching, listening, reading, editing, contributing, communicating\n\nThere’s a lot to watch:\n35 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute, the equivalent of over 176,000 full-length Hollywood releases every week” \n255 million web sites.\n25 million tweets were sent in 2010. \n600 million people on FB (12/2010) – if it was a country, it would be the 4th largest country in the world \n30 billion pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) are shared on Facebook per month. \n650,000 active iPhone Apps. 649 new apps are loaded per day. \n\n\n
  • Script:\nThe Writing on the Wall \n\nThis world is vast, open and overwhelming. \nThe writing is no the wall.\nThe digital world is vast, open, and overwhelming\nFor educators this world is especially challenging.\n\n\nWebsites and URLs can be unstable, here today, gone tomorrow. \nThe material may be out-of-date, inaccurate or biased \nThe content was created for general use, not educational. Only 9% of Apps are tagged as educational,\n
  • Script:\nThe Writing on the Wall \n\nThis world is vast, open and overwhelming. \nThe writing is no the wall.\nThe digital world is vast, open, and overwhelming\nFor educators this world is especially challenging.\n\n\nWebsites and URLs can be unstable, here today, gone tomorrow. \nThe material may be out-of-date, inaccurate or biased \nThe content was created for general use, not educational. Only 9% of Apps are tagged as educational,\n
  • Script:\nThe Writing on the Wall \n\nThis world is vast, open and overwhelming. \nThe writing is no the wall.\nThe digital world is vast, open, and overwhelming\nFor educators this world is especially challenging.\n\n\nWebsites and URLs can be unstable, here today, gone tomorrow. \nThe material may be out-of-date, inaccurate or biased \nThe content was created for general use, not educational. Only 9% of Apps are tagged as educational,\n
  • Script:\nThe Writing on the Wall \n\nThis world is vast, open and overwhelming. \nThe writing is no the wall.\nThe digital world is vast, open, and overwhelming\nFor educators this world is especially challenging.\n\n\nWebsites and URLs can be unstable, here today, gone tomorrow. \nThe material may be out-of-date, inaccurate or biased \nThe content was created for general use, not educational. Only 9% of Apps are tagged as educational,\n
  • Script:\nThe Writing on the Wall \n\nThis world is vast, open and overwhelming. \nThe writing is no the wall.\nThe digital world is vast, open, and overwhelming\nFor educators this world is especially challenging.\n\n\nWebsites and URLs can be unstable, here today, gone tomorrow. \nThe material may be out-of-date, inaccurate or biased \nThe content was created for general use, not educational. Only 9% of Apps are tagged as educational,\n
  • Script:\nPBS LearningMedia is one answer. \nOne stop shopping of trusted brands and classroom-ready resources. \nReliable, accurate, current and teacher-friendly\nHere is the homepage.\n\n\n\n*Launched in June 2011\n*Created in collaboration with PBS and WGBH and producing partners, WNET and KET\n* New, next-generation digital content platform for on-demand FREE access to public media educational resources.\n*Delivers unprecedented access to a robust digital library aligned to Common Core and National Standards and readily available to all preK-16 classrooms.\n*Over 18,000 resources currently and ever growing in content and ever improving functionality\n\n It' s easy to search through the thousands of resources using key words or topics, e.g. Plate Tectonics, or through a major subject heading, e.g. Science, Mathematics, Arts, Professional Development. \n\n\n\n
  • Script:\nPBS LearningMedia is one answer. \nOne stop shopping of trusted brands and classroom-ready resources. \nReliable, accurate, current and teacher-friendly\nHere is the homepage.\n\n\n\n*Launched in June 2011\n*Created in collaboration with PBS and WGBH and producing partners, WNET and KET\n* New, next-generation digital content platform for on-demand FREE access to public media educational resources.\n*Delivers unprecedented access to a robust digital library aligned to Common Core and National Standards and readily available to all preK-16 classrooms.\n*Over 18,000 resources currently and ever growing in content and ever improving functionality\n\n It' s easy to search through the thousands of resources using key words or topics, e.g. Plate Tectonics, or through a major subject heading, e.g. Science, Mathematics, Arts, Professional Development. \n\n\n\n
  • Script:\nPBS LearningMedia is one answer. \nOne stop shopping of trusted brands and classroom-ready resources. \nReliable, accurate, current and teacher-friendly\nHere is the homepage.\n\n\n\n*Launched in June 2011\n*Created in collaboration with PBS and WGBH and producing partners, WNET and KET\n* New, next-generation digital content platform for on-demand FREE access to public media educational resources.\n*Delivers unprecedented access to a robust digital library aligned to Common Core and National Standards and readily available to all preK-16 classrooms.\n*Over 18,000 resources currently and ever growing in content and ever improving functionality\n\n It' s easy to search through the thousands of resources using key words or topics, e.g. Plate Tectonics, or through a major subject heading, e.g. Science, Mathematics, Arts, Professional Development. \n\n\n\n
  • t's easy to fine-tune your search results by sub-topic, grade band and media type through filter boxes on the left screen. The search for Plate Tectonics results in 13 possibilities and we can quickly narrow the search to just video clips or Interactives appropriate for just high school or middle school students.\n\n
  • Script:\nThe majority of the clips are short, captioned and can expanded to full screen. Teachers may stream the media or in some cases download for easy retrieval without a live connection.\nThis example that came up through the search of “Plate Tectonics” is a 4 1/2 minute clip from a NOVA program that dramatically describes the role of a relatively rare phenomenon, known as a hot spot and how it was key in the formation of the Hawaiian Islands. \n\n
  • Script:\nThe majority of the clips are short, captioned and can expanded to full screen. Teachers may stream the media or in some cases download for easy retrieval without a live connection.\nThis example that came up through the search of “Plate Tectonics” is a 4 1/2 minute clip from a NOVA program that dramatically describes the role of a relatively rare phenomenon, known as a hot spot and how it was key in the formation of the Hawaiian Islands. \n\n
  • Script:\nThe majority of the clips are short, captioned and can expanded to full screen. Teachers may stream the media or in some cases download for easy retrieval without a live connection.\nThis example that came up through the search of “Plate Tectonics” is a 4 1/2 minute clip from a NOVA program that dramatically describes the role of a relatively rare phenomenon, known as a hot spot and how it was key in the formation of the Hawaiian Islands. \n\n
  • Script:\nThe majority of the clips are short, captioned and can expanded to full screen. Teachers may stream the media or in some cases download for easy retrieval without a live connection.\nThis example that came up through the search of “Plate Tectonics” is a 4 1/2 minute clip from a NOVA program that dramatically describes the role of a relatively rare phenomenon, known as a hot spot and how it was key in the formation of the Hawaiian Islands. \n\n
  • Script:\nMany resources include a short background essay that enhances the media and gives the teacher a quick snapshot about the topic. Discussion questions are available and teachers are encouraged to revise them to make them grade-appropriate.\n
  • Script:\nMany resources include a short background essay that enhances the media and gives the teacher a quick snapshot about the topic. Discussion questions are available and teachers are encouraged to revise them to make them grade-appropriate.\n
  • Script:\nMany resources include a short background essay that enhances the media and gives the teacher a quick snapshot about the topic. Discussion questions are available and teachers are encouraged to revise them to make them grade-appropriate.\n
  • Script:\nMany resources include a short background essay that enhances the media and gives the teacher a quick snapshot about the topic. Discussion questions are available and teachers are encouraged to revise them to make them grade-appropriate.\n
  • Script:\nMany resources include a short background essay that enhances the media and gives the teacher a quick snapshot about the topic. Discussion questions are available and teachers are encouraged to revise them to make them grade-appropriate.\n
  • Script:\nMany resources include a short background essay that enhances the media and gives the teacher a quick snapshot about the topic. Discussion questions are available and teachers are encouraged to revise them to make them grade-appropriate.\n
  • Script:\nMany resources include a short background essay that enhances the media and gives the teacher a quick snapshot about the topic. Discussion questions are available and teachers are encouraged to revise them to make them grade-appropriate.\n
  • Script:\nMany resources include a short background essay that enhances the media and gives the teacher a quick snapshot about the topic. Discussion questions are available and teachers are encouraged to revise them to make them grade-appropriate.\n
  • Script:\nCommon Core and National Standards will be available shortly for all PBS LM resources. Individual state standards can be viewed in the Custom version of the service, along with many other enhanced features. \n
  • Script:\nCommon Core and National Standards will be available shortly for all PBS LM resources. Individual state standards can be viewed in the Custom version of the service, along with many other enhanced features. \n
  • Script:\nCommon Core and National Standards will be available shortly for all PBS LM resources. Individual state standards can be viewed in the Custom version of the service, along with many other enhanced features. \n
  • Script:\nTeachers may easily retrieve an unlimited number of resources they have "favorited" through the My Favorites feature.\n
  • Script:\nTeachers may easily retrieve an unlimited number of resources they have "favorited" through the My Favorites feature.\n
  • Script:\nTeachers may easily retrieve an unlimited number of resources they have "favorited" through the My Favorites feature.\n
  • Script:\nFavorites are managed through tags and filters and easily shared with students through Class Pages.\n
  • Script:\nTeachers create a class page to share resources, notes and assignments with all of her students.\n
  • Slides 25-36:\nA distinguishing of LM is that resources are purpose-built. We start building resources by looking at the standard. \n\nWe look for broadcasts that match the topic, then narrow our choice down to one show.\n\nFrom that show we identify possible clips , edit those clips into a cohesive piece which results in a short classroom-ready, purpose-built resource.\n\nThe results is a 3 min clip will punctuates the standard. \n
  • Slides 25-36:\nA distinguishing of LM is that resources are purpose-built. We start building resources by looking at the standard. \n\nWe look for broadcasts that match the topic, then narrow our choice down to one show.\n\nFrom that show we identify possible clips , edit those clips into a cohesive piece which results in a short classroom-ready, purpose-built resource.\n\nThe results is a 3 min clip will punctuates the standard. \n
  • Slides 25-36:\nA distinguishing of LM is that resources are purpose-built. We start building resources by looking at the standard. \n\nWe look for broadcasts that match the topic, then narrow our choice down to one show.\n\nFrom that show we identify possible clips , edit those clips into a cohesive piece which results in a short classroom-ready, purpose-built resource.\n\nThe results is a 3 min clip will punctuates the standard. \n
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  • Our content contributors include public television's iconic broadcasts.\n\n
  • Our content contributors include public television's iconic broadcasts.\n\n
  • Our content contributors include public television's iconic broadcasts.\n\n
  • Our content contributors include public television's iconic broadcasts.\n\n
  • Our content contributors include public television's iconic broadcasts.\n\n
  • Our content contributors include public television's iconic broadcasts.\n\n
  • Our content contributors include public television's iconic broadcasts.\n\n
  • Our content contributors include public television's iconic broadcasts.\n\n
  • Our content contributors include public television's iconic broadcasts.\n\n
  • Our content contributors include public television's iconic broadcasts.\n\n
  • Our content contributors include public television's iconic broadcasts.\n\n
  • Our content contributors include public television's iconic broadcasts.\n\n
  • And our award-winning children’s programming, steeped in educational research. PBS is the most trusted educational brands in the United States, according to a recent Harris Poll..\n\n
  • And our award-winning children’s programming, steeped in educational research. PBS is the most trusted educational brands in the United States, according to a recent Harris Poll..\n\n
  • And our award-winning children’s programming, steeped in educational research. PBS is the most trusted educational brands in the United States, according to a recent Harris Poll..\n\n
  • And our award-winning children’s programming, steeped in educational research. PBS is the most trusted educational brands in the United States, according to a recent Harris Poll..\n\n
  • And our award-winning children’s programming, steeped in educational research. PBS is the most trusted educational brands in the United States, according to a recent Harris Poll..\n\n
  • And our award-winning children’s programming, steeped in educational research. PBS is the most trusted educational brands in the United States, according to a recent Harris Poll..\n\n
  • And our award-winning children’s programming, steeped in educational research. PBS is the most trusted educational brands in the United States, according to a recent Harris Poll..\n\n
  • And our award-winning children’s programming, steeped in educational research. PBS is the most trusted educational brands in the United States, according to a recent Harris Poll..\n\n
  • And our award-winning children’s programming, steeped in educational research. PBS is the most trusted educational brands in the United States, according to a recent Harris Poll..\n\n
  • And our award-winning children’s programming, steeped in educational research. PBS is the most trusted educational brands in the United States, according to a recent Harris Poll..\n\n
  • And our award-winning children’s programming, steeped in educational research. PBS is the most trusted educational brands in the United States, according to a recent Harris Poll..\n\n
  • And our award-winning children’s programming, steeped in educational research. PBS is the most trusted educational brands in the United States, according to a recent Harris Poll..\n\n
  • and other public television stations from across the station.\n
  • and other public television stations from across the station.\n
  • and other public television stations from across the station.\n
  • and other public television stations from across the station.\n
  • and other public television stations from across the station.\n
  • and other public television stations from across the station.\n
  • and other public television stations from across the station.\n
  • and other public television stations from across the station.\n
  • and other public television stations from across the station.\n
  • and other public television stations from across the station.\n
  • and other public television stations from across the station.\n
  • and other public television stations from across the station.\n
  • and other public television stations from across the station.\n
  • and other public television stations from across the station.\n
  • and other public television stations from across the station.\n
  • and other public television stations from across the station.\n
  • Also, PBS LearningMedia curates and aggregates content from some of America's most prominent institutions and agencies. Through an easy navigation platform educators can access resources from an array of sources. One stop shopping of the highest quality.\n ‘\n\n
  • Also, PBS LearningMedia curates and aggregates content from some of America's most prominent institutions and agencies. Through an easy navigation platform educators can access resources from an array of sources. One stop shopping of the highest quality.\n ‘\n\n
  • Also, PBS LearningMedia curates and aggregates content from some of America's most prominent institutions and agencies. Through an easy navigation platform educators can access resources from an array of sources. One stop shopping of the highest quality.\n ‘\n\n
  • Also, PBS LearningMedia curates and aggregates content from some of America's most prominent institutions and agencies. Through an easy navigation platform educators can access resources from an array of sources. One stop shopping of the highest quality.\n ‘\n\n
  • Also, PBS LearningMedia curates and aggregates content from some of America's most prominent institutions and agencies. Through an easy navigation platform educators can access resources from an array of sources. One stop shopping of the highest quality.\n ‘\n\n
  • Also, PBS LearningMedia curates and aggregates content from some of America's most prominent institutions and agencies. Through an easy navigation platform educators can access resources from an array of sources. One stop shopping of the highest quality.\n ‘\n\n
  • Also, PBS LearningMedia curates and aggregates content from some of America's most prominent institutions and agencies. Through an easy navigation platform educators can access resources from an array of sources. One stop shopping of the highest quality.\n ‘\n\n
  • Also, PBS LearningMedia curates and aggregates content from some of America's most prominent institutions and agencies. Through an easy navigation platform educators can access resources from an array of sources. One stop shopping of the highest quality.\n ‘\n\n
  • Also, PBS LearningMedia curates and aggregates content from some of America's most prominent institutions and agencies. Through an easy navigation platform educators can access resources from an array of sources. One stop shopping of the highest quality.\n ‘\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • PBS LM is a national service with local roots. Local stations across the country nurture deep relationships with teachers and students. They are uniquely positioned to put a local face on a national service.\n\nCurrently, PBS LearningMedia is being localized by 102 PBS members, representing 239 stations in 39 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands.\n\n
  • Let's look at one of these stations to see how this combination of PBS Learning Media and a station's reach work in practice:\n\nKQED in San Francisco is a good example. \n\n\n\n
  • Let's look at one of these stations to see how this combination of PBS Learning Media and a station's reach work in practice:\n\nKQED in San Francisco is a good example. \n\n\n\n
  • Let's look at one of these stations to see how this combination of PBS Learning Media and a station's reach work in practice:\n\nKQED in San Francisco is a good example. \n\n\n\n
  • Let's look at one of these stations to see how this combination of PBS Learning Media and a station's reach work in practice:\n\nKQED in San Francisco is a good example. \n\n\n\n
  • Let's look at one of these stations to see how this combination of PBS Learning Media and a station's reach work in practice:\n\nKQED in San Francisco is a good example. \n\n\n\n
  • \nTheir website has a link to the CA edition of PBS LM. \n\nThey will find resources tailored to educators in CA; in this case a video from the KQED produced series, Quest. Also, headlined on the homepage are local announcements; such as grant opportunities, chances for teachers to win educational prizes, and other events. \n\n
  • They will find resources tailored to educators in CA; in this case a video from the KQED produced series, Quest. Also, headlined on the homepage are local announcements; such as grant opportunities, chances for teachers to win educational prizes, and other events. \n\n
  • PBS LearningMedia has a diverse fan-base. \nTeach Mama is a former teacher, mother of 3 and popular blogger who provides parents with the tools and resources they need to be the best teachers they can be for their children.\n
  • Julia Dostal is a new teacher and she's excited! She represents a world where digital media is second nature to her and her students.\n
  • Paula Kerger, President of PBS says it best, "PBS LM represents the best work from around the country aggregated into one place. It's a simple idea but extraordinarily powerful."\n
  • In summary LM with its 18,000 resources from the nation's most trusted producers is poised to dramatically change the way students learn and teachers teach.\n\n\nIt's a:\nNew digital content platform that delivers on-demand FREE access to public media educational resources, \n robust digital library aligned to Common Core and National Standards\n readily available to all preK-16 classrooms.\n ever growing in content collection and ever improving functionality\n\n
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    86. 86. CHALLENGE ENVIRONMENT RESPONSE “PBS LearningMedia is here. And it’s for everyone to use–parents, teachers, students, grandparents, caregivers, anyone and everyone.” – teachmama.com
    87. 87. CHALLENGE ENVIRONMENT RESPONSE “Being a new teacher, fresh out of college, digital media is second nature to me, and it’s second nature to the students as well. Students at the primary level, especially in first grade, are visual learners and they connect to digital media, and it makes learning more valuable.” –Julia Dostal, 1st grade teacher, Westchester Primary School, Westchester, IL
    88. 88. CHALLENGE ENVIRONMENT RESPONSE"PBS can make a significant contribution to education by providing content in an easy-to-use format that opens up a whole array of possibilities for teachers to engage their students. PBS LearningMedia represents the best work from around the country aggregated into one place. Its a simple idea but extraordinarily powerful." –Paula Kerger, PBS President
    89. 89. CHALLENGE ENVIRONMENT RESPONSE LearningMedia has the potential to harness the promise of digital media—so pervasive in the lives of children—to dramatically change the way students learn and teachers teach.
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