APT’s IQ Learning Network has partnered with the Alabama Community College System and Kentucky Educational Television (KET) to offer options for preparing to take the GED test to earn the State of Alabama High School Equivalency Diploma.
With permission of the Khan Academy, APT makes these libraries of short, focused instructional videos accessible for educational use through APT's website. The videos cover topics in K-12 mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics, finance and art history.
On the Job explores Alabama employment and training opportunities.
Looking for a job? Hear directly from employers as they discuss the traits they seek in prospective employees. Workplace Essential Skills teaches skills and attitudes necessary to get a job and succeed on thejob.
Beginning Monday, April 6, Alabama Public Television will modify regularly scheduled programming on its main channel weekdays to offer specific pre-K-12 resources between the hours of 6:30 AM and 6 PM. Program modifications will take place throughout the duration of school closures and will address a wide variety of content areas. Educators and parents will have access to supplemental lesson plans and curriculum materials to facilitate meaningful use of the content. See your local listing to identify the station.
A Message from Dr. Eric Mackey, Alabama State Superintendent for Education: "If you follow my tweets, you may have noticed me posting pictures of the sunset from my office view. Those sunsets mark the end of long days in the office that almost always lead to long evenings at home. When March blew in one short month ago, we could not have imagined that we would face the largest disruption in education in modern history."
Our broadcast schedule for April 13 - 17 is full of entertaining instructional programs! Don't forget to check out our online educational resources, curated specifically to go with our broadcast schedule!
Learning is exploring! As your home is now a classroom and you find yourself facilitating learning, don’t be burdened with the stress of wondering, “Am I doing this right?” “Did I do enough of that?” “Is that how the teacher would do it?” During this time of at-home learning, rest assured, you can do this!
Los maestros, los estudiantes y las familias estan preparando con el cierre de escuelas, y el equipo de los creadores de las lecciones y educadores de PBS LearningMedia se han unido para seleccionar una colección especial de recursos organizados por grado y materia. En la colección, hay videos, planes y actividades que apoyen el aprendizaje en el hogar. Registre para una cuenta gratis para guardar y organizar sus seleciones.
For most of us, life feels anything but normal right now with the COVID-19 pandemic, schools closed and working from home. But you can create a new normal for your family by having consistent routines.
As teachers, students, and families deal with school closures, PBS LearningMedia and Alabama Public Television have curated a special collection of resources organized by grade and subject area. Find videos, lesson plans, and activities that support learning at home. Create a free account to save and organize content.
As you plan for a variety of scenarios in response to the global COVID-19 health crisis, we wanted to share a few tips, tricks, and resources you can use to support distance learning. Sign up for this free PBS webinar on March 18!
Cook up culinary sensations with the world’s leading chefs and cultivate new ideas for your garden. Learn the do’s and don’ts of home improvement and get your personal finances in order with the help of financial experts. Watch video online now!
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