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PBS LearningMedia - 12 views

    lots of teacher resources, sort by grade and subject
Elaine Matheny

PBS LearningMedia - 70 views

    Free PBS video and lessons for use in classroom
    The resources look great. I've noticed some are not available in Canada for download.
Craig Campbell

FRONTLINE | Watch Online | PBS Video - 52 views

    149 programs plus many clips
Craig Campbell

Watch FRONTLINE Online | PBS - 57 views

    160 of Frontlines best videos online at this site
Katherine Iriarte

PBS Teachers | Resources For The Classroom - 100 views

    Huge array of ideas!! Plus great webisodes!
Christen Bouffard

Interactive Map . The Abolitionists: American Experience . WGBH | PBS - 103 views

    PBS is using HistoryPin to compliment their Abolitionists series. Explore the story of the abolitionist movement in America through our interactive map. Dozens of museums, institutions and PBS stations have partnered with American Experience to bring you archival images, documents and videos related to abolitionism.
Miriam Martin

Kidblog - 3 views

    Safe and simple blogs for your students.
Michelle Krill

Interviews - Clifford Nass | Digital Nation | FRONTLINE | PBS - 58 views

  • So what we're seeing is less of a notion of a big idea carried through and much more little bursts and snippets. And we see that across media, across film, across, in Web sites, this idea of just do a little bit and then you can run away.
    • Michelle Krill
      I consider this to fit in with my 'plate spinning' analogy.
  • anytime you switch from one task to another, there's something called the "task switch cost," which basically, imagine, is I've got to turn off this part of the brain and turn on this part of the brain. And it's not free; it takes time.
    • Michelle Krill
      I make use of this task switch time by noting things that pass through my brain during this lapse in work time. I keep post-its around all the time and carry a jot it down notebook. It's rationalizing, but I do feel like I make use of the 'lost' time.
  • One of the biggest delusions we hear from students is, "I do five things at once because I don't have time to do them one at a time." And that turns out to be false. That is to say, they would actually be quicker if they did one thing, then the next thing, then the next. It may not be as fun, but they'd be more efficient.
A Gardner

MediaShift . Why Schools Should Stop Banning Cell Phones, and Use Them for Learning | PBS - 74 views

    Polleverywhere anyone?
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