Use PBS LearningMedia to enhance your lessons during Computer Science Education Week (Dec. 9-15) and introduce your students to a fascinating world of imaginative thinkers and code-savvy scientists.
Support the needs of your local teachers by customizing the PBS LearningMedia™ experience. For more information, email LearningMediaCustom@pbs.org.
PBS LearningMedia™ provides educators with strategies, tools, and professional development resources needed to fully utilize digital learning. It offers schools, districts, and states a cost-effective solution for seamless media integration and customization, including:
WLRN is a provider of instructional media for Miami-Dade County Public Schools, the 4th largest school district in the country. WLRN is an advocate for early childhood education and is recognized as the leading PBS Ready To Learn (RTL) station in South Florida. Station staff provides teacher and parent workshops on how to make learning fun so children can start school ready to learn. For more information, call 305-995-1717.
WLRN Instructional Television (ITV) provides teachers and students with educational content, resources and services that support and enhance curriculum instruction. The WLRN ITV multi-channel, district-wide television network provides educational media services, resources and support to the students, teachers and staff of Miami-Dade County Public Schools through the WLRN Video Library and Teacher's Choice, a video-on-demand service.
Broadcast schedule for WLRN-TV Channel 17
PBS is available to all of America’s children – including those who can’t attend preschool – and offers educational media that help prepare children for success in school. PBS is the No. 1 source of media content for preschool teachers and a leading place parents turn to for preschool video online, with content proven to improve critical literacy skills in young children.
Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS) has been named the winner of The Broad Prize for Urban Education, an annual award that honors urban school districts across the country that are making the greatest progress in raising student achievement.