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New Resources from PBS KIDS and PBS KIDS Go

posted on March 20, 2012 at 2:31 PM

New Resources from PBS KIDS and PBS KIDS Go
PBS KIDS and PBS KIDS Go have released several new resources for students and teachers. From new episodes of Arthur and the Wild Kratts, to interactives from WordGirl, to teacher guides and lesson plans, these new resources are sure to help you innovate in your classroom, engage your students in new ways, and meet the needs of teaching and learning in a 21st century classroom. Be sure to continue following iptv.org/classroom throughout the... Read More

Math + Problem Solving = Cyberchase

posted on March 2, 2012 at 9:42 AM

Math + Problem Solving = Cyberchase
How do you help your students develop stronger math and problem solving skills? How do you create a positive environment about math? And how can you make math fun? Cyberchase can help. If you haven’t heard of or used Cyberchase before, it is a research-based adventure series and website that helps kids develop their problem solving skills around a huge variety of mathematical concepts. The series is designed for kids ages eight to... Read More

Interactive Whiteboard Games from PBS KIDS

posted on January 10, 2012 at 11:58 AM

Interactive Whiteboard Games from PBS KIDS
It has finally happened. Your school had some extra funds and bought new technology for your classroom. Now you have an interactive whiteboard sitting in front of your students. It seems like a great piece of technology, but how do you use it in the classroom? Whether it is a Smartboard, Promethean, a Mimio, or one of many other interactive whiteboards out on the market, IPTV and PBS have games, interactives, and the tools you need to... Read More

21st Century Teaching and the Future: What Iowa’s Teacher of the Year Has to Say

posted on August 25, 2011 at 12:00 AM

21st Century Teaching and the Future: What Iowa’s Teacher of the Year Has to Say
Growing and learning as educators is a message that Iowa’s 2011 Teacher of Year, Molly Boyle, wants to get across to teachers. “Our world is continually changing, and education needs to do its best to keep up with these changes,” said Mrs. Boyle. “If teachers aren’t willing to grow and adapt, then they will fall behind.” Read More

Build Reading Skills with the Electric Racer Game

posted on February 11, 2011 at 12:00 AM

Build Reading Skills with the Electric Racer Game
Electric Racer is a new, intergenerational digital game designed for 6 to 9-year-olds to play with their parents, caregivers, or other adult family members to help build reading skills in a fun and engaging way. Using The Electric Company’s vibrant characters and themes, Electric Racer is a fast-paced driving game that encourages active involvement from the adult player in scaffolding children’s literacy learning, while both... Read More

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