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From the STEM Career Lab, your class learns about the work of agricultural engineers and how they use biology and engineering to make farms energy-efficient and our food supply safe and plentiful. http://to.pbs.org/1JiStp0
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From growing plants in space to explore the Curiosity Mars rover, tap into this NASA Physics and Engineering Collection to bring real-world applications of physics and engineering concepts into your classroom. http://to.pbs.org/1zX75Eo
A collection of videos and interactives to support high school physics and engineering classes.
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What can the “Cheesegrater” teach us about STEM and digital engineering? The “Cheesegrater,” also known as the Leadenhall Building, is a distinctive-looking skyscraper that opened in 2014 in London. Your class learns about innovations in the building design process from the making of this building, as seen in this clip from “Super Skyscrapers.” http://to.pbs.org/1uXrRn1
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From Dolly Madison to Eleanor Roosevelt to Michelle Obama, share this PBS LearningMedia collection with your class featuring the unique role of the First Lady! http://to.pbs.org/plmfirstlady
Explore the rich history and the institution of the U.S. Presidency—from George Washington to Barack Obama. Understand the duties and powers of the President of the United States and the First Lady, gather important background information with our Presidential biographies, and engage with videos ...
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Harry Truman had big shoes to fill when he was first appointed President and was immediately thrust onto the world stage to discuss peace terms with two of the 20th century's most iconic figures: Winston Churchill and Joseph Stalin. http://to.pbs.org/1ID9WID
As the little known, newly appointed U.S. president, Harry Truman had large shoes to fill when he stepped on the world stage to argue peace terms with two of the century's greatest figures: Winston Churchill and Joseph Stalin. Learn more with this excerpt from American Experience: "Truman."
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Today is Presidents’ Day! You class explores the rich history and institution of the U.S. Presidency—from George Washington to Barack Obama—with the help of this collection of 60-second video shorts from PBS LearningMedia. Watch ALL 44! http://to.pbs.org/60secpresidents
Explore the rich history and the institution of the U.S. Presidency—from George Washington to Barack Obama. Understand the duties and powers of the President of the United States and the First Lady, gather important background information with our Presidential biographies, and engage with videos ...
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With the help of PBS’s “Design Squad,” students learn about the multidisciplinary field of tissue engineering, as one doctor demonstrates a device he is working on to replace diseased livers. He explains the challenges of artificially engineering a human organ and also details the design process. http://to.pbs.org/1zgWTD2
Digital classroom resources for Grades 9-12. <p>In this video segment from <em>Design Squad</em>, see where medical science meets tissue engineering in an implantable device designed to help people suffering from liver disease.</p>
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This year commemorates the 70th anniversary of playwright August Wilson’s birth and the 10th anniversary of his passing. Introduce your class to Wilson, who came of age during the Black Power and Black Arts Movements, with these resources from PBS’ AMERICAN MASTERS. http://to.pbs.org/1CSOZ3K
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Abraham Lincoln is known as "The Great Emancipator," but before he signed the Emancipation Proclamation, many Abolitionists were uncertain of his commitment to the cause. Your students learn more with this video adapted from American Experience. http://to.pbs.org/1AOhaVW
Would President Lincoln sign the Emancipation Proclamation? Abolitionists were unsure. Video from, American Experience: "Abolitionists."
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Explore the significance of Abraham Lincoln’s “Gettysburg Address” with this PBS LearningMedia collection from Ken Burns’s documentary "The Address." The collection features an overview of the war, videos of celebrity recitations and a lesson plan to encourage student involvement! http://to.pbs.org/1A7Bi5C
This collection, inspired by the Ken Burns documentary, explores the history of the Civil War and the significance of the famous Gettysburg Address.
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Develop students' literacy skills as they explore a social studies focus on the powers the Constitution grants each branch of government - executive, legislative, and judicial - and how the branches work together. http://to.pbs.org/1CLteb4
Digital classroom resources for Grades 5-8. <p>In this blended lesson designed to enhance literacy skills, students learn how power is divided and shared among the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of the U.S. government.</p>
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Introduce your class to genealogist Kenyatta Berry with this video from Genealogy Roadshow! In it, Berry describes the benefits of tracing African American ancestry prior to the 1870 census, as well as exploring genealogy as a way of giving people an emotional connection to the past. http://to.pbs.org/1z8oMjT
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