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Illustration of a sailing ship with sailors aboard and text superimposed, The Legend of the Lost Emerald: Educator Resources
Chart the course of your learning voyage with these educator resources—including guiding questions, key terms, standards, and more resources to help you sail ahead!
Illustration of a boat driving around a buoy with a sonar image of a shipwreck below the water and text superimposed, The Legend of the Lost Emerald: Play the Game!
Dive in! Step into the shoes of Jules, a maritime archaeologist to recover the stories behind shipwrecks inspired by real Great Lakes history!
Illustration of shipwreck with superimposed text, The Legend of the Lost Emerald
Dive into maritime mysteries inspired by real Great Lakes history with this adventure game for learners in grades 4-6.
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Check out the 8 micro credentials that are part of the PBS Media Literacy Certification and examples of work by Wisconsin educators to earn these credentials.
Media Literacy (background shows person sitting against a wall viewing media on a laptop)
Learn about how you can become a PBS Certified Media Literacy Educator with support from PBS Wisconsin Education.
Characters from Jo Wilder and the Capitol Case inviting you to play the game
Unravel the clues and think like a historian to find the real stories behind mysterious Wisconsin history artifacts.
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Jo Wilder and the Capitol Case is just the spark for a world of deeper learning opportunities that you create with students in your own classroom. Access the educator guide for guiding questions to use with learners, game save codes, standards supported, and more.
Characters from Jo Wilder and the Capitol Case inviting you to check out the website
Practice historical inquiry skills with your students in this point-and-click adventure game featuring Jo Wilder, a girl who uncovers the real stories behind mysterious artifacts from two movements in Wisconsin State history.
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Find out about upcoming and past conference presentations, webinars and more ways to connect and learn with our team and other educators.