Updates from Rhode Island PBS Education Services
Educators Wanted!
Rhode Island PBS LearningMedia provides free and easy access to thousands of lesson plans, videos, interactives, productivity tools and curated collections to give every teacher the chance to create one-of-a kind learning experiences to ignite students' curiosity.

Rhode Island PBS Education Services is seeking educators for part-time consulting/curriculum resource writing starting August 2021 through the coming school year. Consultants will review broadcast content, select segments for educational use, and create related support materials for individual student and/or educator use. On all grade levels and in all content areas, active Rhode Island teachers and coaches with knowledge of RIDE standards are encouraged to apply. Applications are due August 13, 2021.

For more information and to apply, click here.
Teacher Appreciation Week Celebration
Congratulations to Marnie DeLuca of Narragansett Elementary School, winner of the Presto Strange O Coffee Truck visit!

On June 2, Senior Coordinator of Educational Services, Colleen Kenyon, celebrated with the winner of the Teacher Appreciation Week raffle, Marnie DeLuca and the staff at Narragansett Elementary! Thank you to Presto Strange O Coffee Truck for providing the fun, and to Narragansett Elementary School for letting us visit on such a beautiful morning. What a great way to kick-off the last month of school!
Educational Resources
PreK-Grade 5
Grades 6-12
Keep the fun going all summer long with PBS LearningMedia! For PreK to grade 5, the Summer Camp collection features a wide variety of educational activities and resources that can be built in to everyday routines while you plan summer fun.

PBS LearningMedia also features the Summer Learning collection for students in grades 6-12. These resources encourage students to spend the summer asking questions and explore how learning can be fun.

Professional Development
Credit Opportunities
POV Watch Club
Every month, PBS showcases a POV documentary highlighting contemporary social issues with free lesson plans, reading lists and discussion guides to incorporate into the classroom. Educators are given an opportunity to share teaching ideas, comments and discussions with an entire community of educators across the country. PBS provides a two-hour certificate of attendance at the end of the month. To register for July, click on the button below.
Save the Date
Camp TV is back for a second season with three Rhode Island segments, featuring the Roger Williams Park Zoo and Save the Bay! Hosted by Zachary Noah Piser, Season 2 premieres July 5, and airs weekdays at 9 a.m. For more information, visit ripbs.org.
Is your school ready? High School Quiz Show opens registration in October. For more information and with any questions, contact education@ripbs.org.
Stop & Shop Giving Tag Program
Don't miss our monthly newsletters as we will continue to provide free resources and professional development opportunities throughout the summer months! Complete this form to request a session for your organization or email education@ripbs.org for a list of upcoming events.
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