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Educator webinars for the 2021-2022 school year
Focusing on media use and creation, as well as two content priorities: STEM and social studies. By focusing on select topics, TPT Learn will be able to target and grow its audience in subject areas with which it already has a robust production history. Additionally, this allows TPT Learn to deliver high quality professional development to Minnesota educators, while working with partners with complementary expertise to expand our offerings in the future.
Webinars will be led by content and education experts throughout the station and will take place on the third Thursday of every month from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. CST. Webinars will then be archived on the TPT Learn Educator web page. TPT will provide confirmation of attendance, along with session descriptions, for teachers to provide to their school districts. A tentative schedule is below, along with session descriptions:
Computer Science and Coding Resources – December
Hour of Code
The ‘Hour of Code™’/’Hora del Código®’ is a global initiative by Computer Science Education Week and Code.org to introduce millions of students to one hour of computer science and computer programming.
If you are an educator, parent, or community member interested in sharing coding skills with students, Hour of Code is a great place to find a variety of resources and activities. Coding resources are available for students grades 1-12. Detailed tutorials and lesson plans will allow educators to easily integrate the initiative into their classrooms. Participating students will be joining a grassroots movement of computer science educators from across the world.
Learn more about how you can take part in Hour of Code!visit hour of code
SciGirls Season 5
SciGirls is an Emmy award-winning PBS Kids television show, website, and educational outreach program that draws on cutting-edge research about what engages girls in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) learning and careers.
Celebrate Computer Science Education this December with Season 5 of SciGirls which focuses on women and girls who are using coding to solve everyday problems. All episodes are free to stream and Season 5 is available in English and Spanish language.stream now
Code.org® is a nonprofit dedicated to expanding access to computer science in schools and increasing participation by young women and students from other underrepresented groups. Twin Cities PBS is the regional partner of Code.org in the state of Minnesota. Twin Cities PBS invites educators to join the Twin Cities PBS Code.org cohort and access professional development and curriculum around computer science education.
E-mail Jen O’Byrne ([email protected]) for more information and to learn how to join.get more info
PreK-12 Resources for New School Routines
This consistently updated collection of resources will help you create new classroom routines, no matter what your classroom looks like this year.See Resources
Featured Resources: Get Outdoors
Virtual Summer Camp with Camp TV (K-5)
Welcome to CAMP TV – a day camp experience in your living room! Here you’ll find resources and activities to help extend the learning in each episode.
Tune in to watch starting on August 2 at 11 a.m. on TPT 2.See More
Videos and Lessons from Nature (9-12)
This collection of science videos and media-enhanced lesson plans draws upon the powerful documentaries of public television’s award-winning natural history series, Nature.
Featured Resources: Race and Racism
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