PBS LearningMedia is an online destination that offers free access to thousands of resources from partners and PBS stations who work to make them available to teachers in local communities across the country. The site is designed to inspire students with thousands of free teaching resources including videos, lesson plans, and games aligned to state and national standards. Start exploring PBS LearningMedia here: https://mainepublic.pbslearningmedia.org/
NEW EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING BLOCK ON MAINE PUBLIC’S THE WORLD CHANNEL
To provide students with educational programs regardless of their access to broadband internet, the WORLD Channel will offer at-home learning opportunities for grades 6 to 12 weekdays from 12 pm to 5 pm beginning Monday, March 30. Content will be culled from PBS’s educational programming including content from programs like NOVA and NATURE. Find your television channel for THE WORLD here: https://www.mainepublic.org/where-watch-maine-public-television
EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS ON MAINE PUBLIC TELEVISION
Programs like NOVA and NATURE are aired each week on Maine Public Television and are a wonderful opportunity to expand a student’s understanding of the world around him or her. For a full Maine Public Television schedule go here: https://www.mainepublic.org/maine-public-television-schedule
High school quiz show maine
Join Maine Public and sponsor the Maine Education Association as we celebrate education and learning across the entire state as high school teams compete in a battle of brains in High School Quiz Show Maine. Airing this Spring on Maine Public Television on Thursdays at 8:00 and aired again on Sundays at 5:30, this program will inspire students to learn and want to achieve. Go here for a list of the upcoming matches: https://www.mainepublic.org/programs/high-school-quiz-show-maine
MAINE’S BICENTENNIAL PROGRAMMING
Maine Public has created a free, online resource allowing visitors to fully explore the State of Maine’s first 200 years. Maine Public has created original content for the site as well as including links to partners across Maine who, themselves, have engaging information and activities that one can explore. Go here to start your bicentennial journey: https://www.bicentennial.mainepublic.org/
PBS Kids is the nation’s most trusted provider of educational media for children. There are two ways to access this content through Maine Public.
Maine Public provide PBS Kids programming throughout the week. Access the schedule here: https://www.mainepublic.org/maine-public-television-schedule.
The 24/7 PBS KIDS Channel features 24/7 educational programming, ensures that PBS KIDS’ high-quality content is available to all children and caregivers on a platform and at a time that works for them, including primetime, and weekends. Find your television channel for PBS KIDS here: https://www.mainepublic.org/where-watch-maine-public-television.
Both Maine Public Television and the 24/7 PBS KIDS Channel are free over-the-air across Maine as well as carried on many of our cable and satellite partners.
Maine Public is partnering with several educational groups across Maine and working to develop additional programming and resources to serve as a trusted, accessible content for teachers, students and parents as the current world situation unfolds. Stay tuned!