Educator and former PBS Digital Innovator Kevin Cornell takes us on a spin through PBS LearningMedia.
In an effort to ensure limited disruption to students' education due to public school closures, PBS Charlotte has prepared broadcast programming and accompanying digital resources that adhere to state and national standards to provide continued at-home learning.
Distance Learning Resources
Ken Burns and his collaborators have been creating historical documentary films for more than forty years.
Keep up with with election news, study the history and process of presidential elections, explore voting rights, and engage in classroom debates.
Strategies to Build Engaging Digital Lessons for High School
From the PBS Teachers Lounge blog.
PBS master trainers and educators return to answer questions about the PBS LearningMedia platform, content resources, and more to support digital classroom needs.
Find videos, lesson plans, and activities that support learning at home. Create a free account to save and organize content.
From PBS Education's PBS Teachers Lounge.
News for students and teacher resources for grades 6-12.
At-Home With Kids
The research on video chat shows that children — even babies — can learn from these live interactions.
Whether you are preparing for a new routine at home with your child or looking for additional activities to add to your existing routine, here are a few ideas to get energy out.
Resources to help families cope in emergencies and other challenging times.
Advice from PBS Kids about helping your kids, and yourself, deal with stress about the COVID-19 pandemic.
Online storytime from Charlotte-Mecklenburg Library.
This site provides content and resources you can use with your family to offer comfort and spark playful learning activities.
Here are six tips for creating a new "normal" routine for your child.