Learning about music has changed throughout the years. With today's multimedia resources, teaching about music has become easier than ever. WFSU has partnered with the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra to create video and teaching resources for elementary-aged children. Read on to learn more.
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The Information Age is a double-edged sword. While we have access to more information than ever, with that comes exposure to misinformation. Holocaust distortion and denial are not only dangerous for the Jewish community, but also a danger to the fabric of society. Find resources to teach your students the truth about the holocaust.
Cassidy and Lauren introduce themselves. Spoiler: they are both really into educating our area's children!
Grace Piorkowski is WFSU Education's newest employee. Although still at the start of her career, she has had a passion for education for many years. In this post, she introduces herself to the WFSU community.
PBS has been a part of my life as long as I can remember, and I am honored to be joining the team at WFSU! I hope to use my background in Elementary Education to help our Ready to Learn Team soar!
Not a fright! We impart fun Halloween-related computational thinking ideas for young children.
The World of Work is rapidly changing, it’s one of the reasons why WFSU Public Media is working closely with PBS KIDSand the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) as a Ready To Learn station. We are here to help!
PBS Learning Media is an invaluable resource for teachers and parents. If you've never explored its free and educational content, it's definitely time. George Kantelis reviews the data behind local use of the platform.
Learn about an example of the research that drives PBS KIDS content and ensures it's efficacy in teaching social-emotional skills to young children.
Check out one example of how PBS KIDS puts their money where their mouth is when it comes to research-driven content and curriculum.