Updates and Resources from Rhode Island PBS Education Services
Rhode Island PBS LearningMedia
We are pleased to announce the launch of the first locally produced Rhode Island PBS LearningMedia resources!
The full list can be found
here, with descriptions and links to each new resource below. Th
e product of collaboration with local educators, organizations and supporters, this diverse library of media resources is also an exciting indicator of what is to come. Watch for additional local content in 2019!
Register for free at ri.pbslearningmedia.org and access this new content, plus tens of thousands of standards-aligned instructional resources for Preschool through Grade 12.
Using videos created as part of
PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs by students at Blackstone-Millville Regional High School, this media gallery and unit plan address the now common regional practice of using old mill buildings to create and house new work opportunities.
Created in partnership with RI Student Assistance Services, resources for middle and high schools feature segments from Rhode Island PBS documentaries:
THE FIX: Examining Rhode Island’s Opioid Epidemic and
No Hero in Heroin: A Hard Look at the Rhode Island Epidemic.
Created specifically for PBS LearningMedia and in partnership with Roger Williams Park Zoo, this growing collection of one minute videos is packed with information about animals from around the world that are housed right here in Providence, Rhode Island.
This media gallery and related discussion questions were created in partnership with Rhode Island Student Assistance Services. It features local teens discussing their experiences with and thoughts about tobacco products and use from
Teens and Tobacco Use: A Community Conversation.
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