PBS LearningMedia now offers a student learning portal and a suite of productivity tools for teachers. These new features make it easy to create personalized learning experiences for students to explore inside or outside of the classroom. Digital productivity tools also make it easier than ever for students to connect with curriculum concepts. The Lesson Builder, Quiz Maker and Storyboard tools offer dynamic opportunities to personalize learning experiences while targeting a range of learning styles.

  • Lesson Builder: Create and assign interactive lessons that can be used in class or as homework assignments.
  • Quiz Maker: Enhance lessons with personalized quizzes about PBS LearningMedia resources to test students’ understanding of key concepts.
  • Storyboard: Illustrate complex concepts by designing interactive web pages using resources, graphics and images from PBS LearningMedia. Students can also create Storyboards to demonstrate their understanding of lessons.
  •  Student Learning Portal: K-12 students now have a dedicated place to access trusted content, homework support, and custom coursework. PBS LearningMedia for Students offers direct-access to curriculum-aligned resources while allowing students the freedom to investigate at their own pace and delve into topics that ignite their curiosity.

Sign up for a free PBS LearningMedia account to explore the new productivity tools  and  create personalized learning experiences for your students.

PBSstudents.org + Teacher Productivity Tools Join the PBS Family 8 March,2017Almetria Vaba

  • Liz Dodds

    Student Learning Portal is not clear to me. Do students sign up for their own accounts? Please clarify. Thanks

    • Almetria Vaba

      In the student learning portal @ PBSstudents.org students do not need an account to search for content.

      -Content and features specific to educators have been removed from
      the student experience, including professional development resources, teacher
      support materials, educational standards, and sharing options.

      -Students of any age can enter assignment codes and visit assignment
      URLs without being logged into the site.

      -Students 13 years and over
      can create their own accounts and create Storyboards

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Almetria Vaba

Almetria Vaba administers the California edition of PBS LearningMedia, a digital media service for educators from PBS and WGBH. Check it out at: ca.pbslearningmedia.org.

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