About PBS Wisconsin Education
Activating technology to serve learners and educators, because learning happens everywhere—the world is our classroom.
- Free to use, standards-aligned, Wisconsin-focused media for grades PreK-12, including videos, games, interactive content, educator guides, and more
- Created with and for educators and learners
Amplifying your expertise—along with best practices in education—to nurture learning in Wisconsin’s classrooms, virtual environments and neighborhoods.
- Powerful and practical events and resources to support your teaching practice, whether you teach in a formal or informal setting, from early learning through high school
- Networked peer communities for building skills and relationships with educators throughout Wisconsin
Re/sound: Songs of Wisconsin
Meet contemporary musicians and explore connections between music, culture and emotion.
Meet the Lab
Relate to people in science careers and learn about the real-world problems that research works to solve.
Discover life stories from Wisconsinites of the past to understand their contributions to Wisconsin and U.S. history.
Jo Wilder and the Capitol Case
Think like a historian in this history mystery video game and find the real stories behind artifacts from two movements in Wisconsin history.
Hear stories of culture and language from First Nations community members around the central Great Lakes.
Wisconsin First Nations
Explore a variety of media resources related to the history, culture and tribal sovereignty of Wisconsin’s First Nations.
Learn about Wisconsin’s changing climate through the stories of the people who experience it.
Access collections of classroom-ready resources in all subject areas contributed by PBS stations across the country.
Attend practical and powerful events designed for formal and informal educators.
Short videos and essays from teachers sharing their experiences and insights in navigating modern education.
Kindness in the Classroom
Integrate mindfulness practices to help learners attend to their emotions, self-regulate, and care for themselves and others.