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Welcome to the new PBS LearningMedia! This enhanced version of the service offers exciting new features and content PLUS an even more mobile-friendly experience. 

 

PBS LearningMedia: Alabama Public Television Edition

  • Project C: Lessons from the American Civil Rights Movement Electronic Field Trip

    Archives of Year 1, episodes 1- 3 are available for streaming! 

  • APT IQ Learn Online-ACLD approved PLU courses for Alabama educators

    Professional Development courses from APT IQ Learn Online focus on topics of need identified by school leaders.  Each 5-6 week course is completely online and is faciliated by an online teacher.  Courses provide 1 ACLD approved PLU.

    Fall registration opens September 22, 2014.  The following courses will be offered:

    Bullying Prevention

    Community Engagement

    Using Digital Resources to Enhance Education

    Click on the APT IQ Learn Online heading above to learn more.

     

  • Check out the APT IQ Learning Network--I teach. I learn. IQ.

    APT IQ Learning Network where a lifelong pursuit of learning begins!

    Explore the multiple databases of award-winning media assets designed to enhance the learning process. Use this wealth of content-rich instructional resources to empower, engage, and connect teachers, students, children, parents and adult learners in today's 21st century online classroom.

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