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First 8 Studios
logoSupporting children from birth to age 8 through mobile and hands-on learning.
Sleep Education
sleepyHarvard Sleep research made accessible to the general public.
ATE Central
WatchStudent Success Stories show effective STEM career training in community colleges
Kids with Asthma Can!
AsthmaA campaign that greatly increased the number of families practicing good asthma management
PBS LearningMedia
PBS_LearningFree online service providing public media to PreK-16 educators
Design Squad
logoGuides for formal and informal educators with hands-on engineering actvities with kids
Between the Lions
lionsMulti-media preschool literacy curriculum with specially edited broadcast episodes.
Invitation to World Literature
Invitation to World Literature13-part award-winning broadcast series on classic world literature.

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From Our Teachers

Donise McFall "I like the [students] a chance to get some feedback, try again if they don't get it right, it builds confidence."
-Donise McFall, Middle School Social Studies and English, New Windsor, NY
AnnMarie Meisel "[Students] know media so well, so what better way to use what they know but to use substantive and important resources."
-AnneMarie Meisel, High School English, Highland, NY


What We’re Reading


Now You See It Now You See It
How the Brain Science of Attention Will Transform the Way We Live, Work, and Learn
By Cathy Davidson
Too Big To Know book Too Big to Know
Rethinking Knowledge Now That the Facts Aren’t the Facts, Experts are Everywhere, and the Smartest Person in the Room is the Room
By David Weinberger
A New Culture of Learning book A New Culture of Learning
Cultivating the Imagination for a World of Constant Change
By Douglas Thomas, John Seely Brown



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