CONTENT-BASED RESOURCES: PBS Learning Media

Every once in a while, I come across a Website that has so many resources on it that I am flabbergasted and not even sure how to describe it. PBS Learning Media is such a Website. No matter what grade or subject you teach, you will find resources of use. Here is the pitch:

PBS Learning Media provides “access to 100k+ standards-aligned digital resources, productivity tools that can help you integrate content into your instruction, and professional development opportunities that will strengthen your teaching skills.”

Check it out!

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In addition to this blog, I am the creator of THE LITERACY COOKBOOK Website (www.literacycookbook.com) and ONLY GOOD BOOKS Blog (http://onlygoodbooks.wordpress.com/), and the author of THE LITERACY COOKBOOK: A Practical Guide to Effective Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Listening Instruction (Jossey-Bass, 2012), LITERACY AND THE COMMON CORE: Recipes for Action (Jossey-Bass, 2014), and USING GRAMMAR TO IMPROVE WRITING: Recipes for Action (BookBaby, 2018). Check out my Website for more information about my consulting work.
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1 Response to CONTENT-BASED RESOURCES: PBS Learning Media

  1. mrskellymakingitin6th says:

    I did not realize that PBS had such teaching resources on their website! I’m moving from Kindergarten to 6th grade this year so I’ll definitely have to check these resources out!

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