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Teachers’ Domain is a free digital media service for educational use from public broadcasting and its partners. You’ll find thousands of media resources, support materials, and tools for classroom lessons, individualized learning programs, and teacher professional learning communities.

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WGBH: Nova
WNET: Nature
WGBH: Nova Science Now
WNET: Cyberchase
WGBH: Between the Lions
WGBH: Frontline
WNET: Wide Angle
WGBH: American Experience
WNET: Religion & Ethics Newsweekly

Browse Teachers’ Domain resources by your individual state educational frameworks, national standards, or by Common Core State Standards.

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PUBLIC MEDIA SERIES

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Video resources and media-rich lesson plans to support classroom use of the groundbreaking PBS series
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Find resources from public television’s premier science series, NOVA.
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Listen to science-related audio podcasts from PRI’s The World.

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Find resources from television’s most watched history series.
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Discover an amazing assortment of historical artifacts in these appraisal videos.

Special Collection Between the Lions Early Reading Collection thumbnail image

These segments selected from Between the Lions will help your preschool and K-1 students “Get Wild About Reading!”
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Find ways to help your students get the most out of doing math—Cyberchase style!
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Find resources on topics including historic waves of immigration, anti-immigrant sentiment, family genealogy, and state-of-the-art genetic research.
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Watch video lectures on a wide range of local and global issues.
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Learn about a courageous band of civil rights activists called Freedom Riders who in 1961 challenged segregation in the American South.
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Meet America’s most extraordinary young musicians aged 8 to 18, and witness the excitement of their debut performances at Carnegie Hall!
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Find resources from American public television’s flagship public affairs series.
Special Collection Get the Math thumbnail image

These media-rich lessons are designed to help middle and high school students develop algebraic thinking skills for solving real world problems.
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Learn about the legal challenge to the Dover PA school board’s decision to teach intelligent design as an alternative scientific theory to evolution.
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Learn about Abraham Lincoln’s legacy through this collection of media-rich lesson plans and video resources.
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Learn about the everyday stuff in our lives and the impact it can have on the environment.
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Find resources from public television’s award-winning natural history series, Nature.
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Scientists are on the verge of answering one of the greatest questions in history: Are we alone?
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Learn how scientists are making new materials that are stronger, smaller, smarter, and cleaner than ever.
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Explore timely science and technology stories and profiles from this fast-paced, innovative, and entertaining science program.
Special Collection Percy Julian: Chemistry and Civil Rights thumbnail image

Learn about this pioneer’s revolutionary contributions to science and the challenges he faced living under segregation.
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Explore the power of language and find meaning in poetry with these video segments, featuring famous poets reciting their work.
Special Collection Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Access World Religions thumbnail image

Learn about the world’s religions with these one-of-a-kind news stories from public television.
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Find science lesson plans based on Science Friday videos
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Explore the nature of human uniqueness through this collection of lesson plans and video resources based on the acclaimed PBS series.
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Learn about the period in United States history from the end of the civil war to the dawn of the civil rights movement, known as the Jim Crow era.
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Examine the role of The Supreme Court in history, as well as in our daily lives.
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Dynamic resources from the acclaimed series of international documentaries, Wide Angle, designed to support the teaching of Global History.
Special Collection Women, War and Peace thumbnail image

Video resources and media-rich lesson plans to support classroom use of the groundbreaking PBS series
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Find resources from public television’s premier science series, NOVA.

STATE AND LOCAL COLLECTIONS

Special Collection VITAL NY State Test Prep thumbnail image

Find resources to help prepare students for the New York State assessments in Social Studies and Science.
Special Collection Alaska Native Perspectives on Earth & Climate thumbnail image

See Native and Western scientific perspectives on Alaska’s unique geology and the impacts of climate change and development.
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Education Commissioner John King, David Coleman and Kate Gerson explain every key aspect of Common Core standards in depth.
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Free multimedia resources from IdahoPTV for teachers and students.
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KET offers instructional resources for teachers and students with The KET STEM Collection.
Special Collection Kentucky's Unbridled Learning thumbnail image

A free, media-rich introduction to Kentucky Senate Bill 1.
Special Collection Keystone eMedia Teachers' Domain Collection thumbnail image

This collection of resources from Pennsylvania public television stations provides free, rich multimedia resources.
Special Collection KQED Science Media Collection thumbnail image

KQED introduces its Science Media Collection. Learn about science, the environment, and nature in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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A collection of educational video resources for grades 6-12 from Ohio Public Television Stations.
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A collection of 50 videos that will help students prepare for the New York State Regents exams.
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View teachers’ folders of favorite Web content for classroom use.
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Find tips and strategies for best practices for using video in your teaching.
Special Collection VITAL NY State Test Prep thumbnail image

Find resources to help prepare students for the New York State assessments in Social Studies and Science.
Special Collection Alaska Native Perspectives on Earth & Climate thumbnail image

See Native and Western scientific perspectives on Alaska’s unique geology and the impacts of climate change and development.

CURRICULUM TOPICS AND THEMES

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Gain a Native American perspective on climate change in these student-produced videos.
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Learn about 21st Century technological skills and careers.

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