Ahead of the inauguration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs reached out to middle and high school students across the country to hear directly from them about their hopes for the new administration.
January 20, 2021
Educators are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine as part of rollout phase 1B or priority 1B, as of Jan. 15.
January 16, 2021
Strategies for Teaching Black History
June 19, 2021
Join Shelly Gordon and Lisa Olson, co-founders of The 1619 Project Advocates of Arizona, English Language Arts teacher Christina Sneed and one of her students for a virtual conversation about teaching Black history and drawing from The 1619 Project. 2-3:30pm
CELEBRATE STUDENT VOICE AND YOUTH MEDIA
June 25, 2021
Twenty four exceptional middle and high school student journalists from across the country are participating in SRL’s second virtual fellowship that kicks off on June 14. Join PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs (SRL) on Friday, June 25 at 11:30 AM MST for a special virtual showcase celebrating our 2021 class of SRL Summer Academy Fellows.
Build Scientific Understanding with Free PBS LearningMedia Resources
June 28, 2021
PBS LearningMedia offers over 5,000 standards-aligned, Pre K to 12 science videos, interactive lesson plans, and activities. In this collaborative course, participants explore the various ways to utilize this multi-layered website. Participants will be given time to explore the site, with the goal of creating a portfolio of resources that can be used in the classroom as part of the inquiry cycle. Other PBS educational resources will also be introduced, as well as ideas for integrating technology into the classroom to motivate and empower students. Register today for the free course on Monday, June 28 from 9-10:30 a.m.