PBS LearningMedia has unveiled a new website, making thousands of digital
resources – including many created by KET – more accessible to educators and students
across Kentucky. In response to teachers’ needs, the new features include simple browsing by
curriculum area, state/national standards and grade; improved search functionality; a refreshed
look and easier access to KET resources.
During the school year, more than one million unique users visit PBS LearningMedia
each month to access free, high-quality, classroom-ready resources – including videos,
images, lesson plans, articles, primary sources and more.
PBS LearningMedia offers educators access to trusted content to supplement their
curriculum for any grade level. The platform offers a wide array of resources from the many
genres that KET is known for – from science programs and documentaries, to news and public
affairs, history and the arts — and contextualizes them so that they are easy for teachers to
implement. These materials also include content from PBS KIDS series that teach
important foundational early learning skills, including literacy, STEM, social-emotional
development and social studies.
“At KET, we partner with Kentucky educators everyday to meet their unique classroom needs “ said Tonya Crum, KET’s senior director of education. “The redesign of PBS LearningMedia provides teachers an easy-to-use, intuitive site that offers tools to create high-quality learning experiences for their students.”
Educators can explore the new design and thousands of high-quality public media
resources at KET.pbslearningmedia.org.