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PBS Wisconsin Education will share environmental education resources during a roundtable and the 2024 Teacher Educator Network for Environmental Education Summit.
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PBS Wisconsin Education and PBS KIDS Early Learning Champion, Alison Loewen will present at the National Association for the Education of Young Children Conference.
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Join PBS Wisconsin Education at the 2024 Play Make Learn Conference for the presentation, "The Classrooms are Alive With The Sound of Music: An Introduction to PBS Wisconsin Education’s Re/sound: Songs of Wisconsin."
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PBS Wisconsin Education will be presenting on several topics for the University of Wisconsin–Madison Early Career Teaching Institute.
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Check out "Climate Wisconsin", an educational collection of stories about the impacts of climate change around Wisconsin. (Grades 6-12)
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Learn how the work of "A Sand County Almanac" author Aldo Leopold is being used to assess the effects of climate change today.
Tom Marchant holding up a fish caught while ice fishing, with the superimposed collection title, Climate Wisconsin, Stories from a State of Change, and the name of the story, Ice Fishing
Opportunities for heading out on the lakes are shrinking for ice fishing enthusiasts. Hear from two ice fishers about their experiences heading out on the lakes to fish.
Marshall Pecore standing in front of the Menominee forests, with the superimposed collection title, Climate Wisconsin, Stories from a State of Change, and the name of the story, Forestry
Find out how climate change is impacting the forests managed by the Menominee Nation and what it means for the health of forests across the state.
Peter raising his arm to cast his line while fly fishing, with the superimposed collection title, Climate Wisconsin, Stories from a State of Change, and the name of the story, Fly Fishing
Wisconsin's driftless area offers some of the best trout fishing in the state. Examine the ways climate change may impact local trout populations and opportunities for fishing.
Kyle carrying a tray of plants, with the superimposed collection title, Climate Wisconsin, Stories from a State of Change, and the name of the story, Extreme Heat
Changing climate conditions mean changes to Wisconsin's agricultural production. Examine its effects through the story of one family’s farm.
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Extreme heat in Wisconsin can be deadly. Learn about why it's getting worse and the factors that can make some people more vulnerable than others.
An illustration showing a person seated in a lawn chair outside in winter, with the superimposed collection title, Climate Wisconsin, Stories from a State of Change, and the name of the story, Adaption & Mitigation
Responses to climate change fall into two broad categories: adaptation and mitigation. Learn why both are important in the fight against climate change.
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Get the most out of the "Climate Wisconsin" collection with helpful educator resources, like extension activity ideas, discussion questions, essays, and more.
A close-up of the tap in a tree, with the superimposed collection title, Climate Wisconsin, Stories from a State of Change, and the name of the story, Sugaring
Meet a Wisconsin family of tree tappers and learn why changes in climate could have significant impacts on the statewide production of maple syrup.
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Discover what bicycle materials, styles, and accessories can tell us about riders from the past in this episode of "The Look Back."
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Custom bowling shirts handmade in Wisconsin can offer insight into everyday American life during the Vietnam era. Check it out in "The Look Back."
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How do bunk beds hold the history of agricultural production in postwar Wisconsin? Dig into it in this episode of "The Look Back."
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Watch this episode of "The Look Back" to discover how a trunk helps tell the story of conserving natural resources.
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Discover what music records and a Wisconsin chair company reveal about life and business in post-WWI Wisconsin in this episode of "The Look Back."
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Before social media, amateur newspapers documented the experiences of young people during the Progressive Era. Learn how they were made and distributed in this episode of "The Look Back."