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Upcoming Events

Online: Webinar

Meet the Lab: STEAM Content for Your Middle School Classroom

Join PBS Wisconsin Education to learn how to activate our newest content, Meet The Lab! This collection introduces students to relevant real-world issues, cutting edge research and the human element—the people working together to research, innovate and solve problems using science. Learn more about how to use this content in your classroom and hear about upcoming opportunities for you and your students to engage with STEAM content.

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Event Details
  • Event Audience:
    Grades 6-8 Educators
  • Event Date and Time:
    3:30pm - 4:30pm, Thursday
    December 3, 2020
  • How to Attend:
    Webinar
  • PBS Wisconsin Education is hosting this event
  • Event Cost:
    FREE

Online: Panel Discussion

Re/sound: Songs of Wisconsin Performer Panel Discussion

Join the Re/sound: Songs of Wisconsin performers as they share their joy of music, growth as performers, love of culture and heritage, and challenges faced as they share music throughout their work in our state. Discussion will be based on submitted questions and topics chosen by the performers.

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Event Details
  • Event Audience:
    K-12 Educators
  • Event Date and Time:
    7:00pm - 8:00pm, Thursday
    December 3, 2020
  • How to Attend:
    Online Event
  • PBS Wisconsin Education is a partner at this event
  • Event Cost:
    FREE

Online: Virtual Conference

SLATE 2020 Virtual Convention

Session 028: Click Youth Media from PBS Wisconsin Education

Video production in the classroom is a powerful form of learning. It hits all the latest research on how students learn best – project-based, relevant, collaborative and focused on critical thinking with real-world applications. In this hands-on session you will learn video production skills and deepen your ability to teach video production and journalism in your classroom. We will explore PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Lab’s cost-free educational resources and you will hear from a Click teacher and their students about the value of this interdisciplinary approach to teaching and learning.

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Event Details
  • Event Audience:
    PreK-12 Educators
  • Event Date and Time:
    11:30am - 12:00pm, Tuesday
    December 8, 2020
  • How to Attend:
    Virtual Conference
  • PBS Wisconsin Education is presenting at this event
  • Event Cost:
    $169

Recent Events

Virtual/online event

Online: Virtual Conference

2020 Wisconsin State Virtual Music Conference

Session: You, Your Students and Your Community with the WSMA and PBS Wisconsin Re/sound Project

The WSMA/PBS Wisconsin Re/sound: Songs of Wisconsin Project can help you and your students explore the connections between music, identities, cultures and emotions. Come, see, and hear from those involved in the process – what they personally gained and what you and your students can learn about yourselves and each other through use of the Re/sound: Songs of Wisconsin resources.

Event Details
  • Event Audience:
    K-12 Educators
  • Event Date and Time:
    5:30pm - 6:15pm, Tuesday
    October 27, 2020
  • How to Attend:
    Virtual Conference
  • PBS Wisconsin Education is presenting at this event
  • Event Resource:
    Presentation Recording
Virtual/online event

Online: Webinar

Breaking White Silence in Schools

Teaching While White’s Co-Directors, Jenna Chandler-Ward, and Elizabeth Denevi lead a discussion about talking about race and making whiteness explicit in school communities.

Event Details
  • Event Audience:
    PreK-12 Educators
  • Event Date and Time:
    3:00pm - 4:30pm, Wednesday
    August 26, 2020
  • How to Attend:
    Webinar
  • PBS Wisconsin Education is hosting this event
  • Event Resource:
    Webinar Recording
Virtual/online event

Online: Webinar

Building Culturally Relevant Classrooms with Dr. Gloria Ladson-Billings

Join nationally recognized education researcher, Dr. Gloria Ladson-Billings and PBS Wisconsin to learn about the four factors that have led to the educational disparities that exist between Black and White students in the U.S.. Dr. Ladson-Billings will also share her vision for culturally relevant teaching in a post-COVID-19 world.

Event Details
  • Event Audience:
    PreK-12 Educators
  • Event Date and Time:
    3:30pm - 4:30pm, Tuesday
    June 30, 2020
  • How to Attend:
    Webinar
  • PBS Wisconsin Education is hosting this event
  • Event Resource:
    Webinar Recording
Virtual/online event

Online: Webinar

Wisconsin Biographies: Media to Enrich Social Studies and Literacy Curriculum

Wisconsin Biographies is a collection of free educational, online media resources that tell the stories of notable people in Wisconsin history whose contributions to society continue to resonate today. This webinar explores the animated videos, text biographies, image gallery, interactives and teaching tips. Wisconsin Biographies is intended for use in grades 3-8.

Event Details
  • Event Audience:
    K-12 Educators
  • Event Date and Time:
    3:30pm - 4:30pm, Tuesday
    May 5, 2020
  • How to Attend:
    Webinar
  • PBS Wisconsin Education is presenting at this event
  • Event Resource:
    Webinar Recording
Virtual/online event

Online: Webinar

Learning with Molly of Denali

An introduction to using PBS KIDS’ Molly of Denali to enrich American Indian studies, literacy and social emotional learning lessons. Our Education Engagement Specialist, Mouna Algahaithi discusss how to leverage the additional resources that accompany the show’s episodes to help your students grow their skills!

Event Details
  • Event Audience:
    PreK-3 Educators
  • Event Date and Time:
    3:30pm - 4:30pm, Tuesday
    April 28, 2020
  • How to Attend:
    Webinar
  • PBS Wisconsin Education is presenting at this event
  • Event Resource:
    Webinar Recording