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Colonial Williamsburg

Colonial Williamsburg electronic field trips, geared for students in grades 4 - 8, cover a variety of topics such as the Bill of Rights, women of the Revolution, escape from slavery, the risks taken by the Founding Fathers, and more!

Inside Our Schools
PSETV produced program which highlights good things happening in school districts around Puget Sound.

NASA Destination Tomorrow - A series of 30-minute educational programs that focus on NASA research, including new technologies, advanced aerodynamics, past achievements and medical breadtrhoughs. Each exciting program gives the audience an inside look at NASA and demonstrates how research and technology relates to our everyday lives. If it's cutting edge technology, medical breakthroughs or advanced aeronauticl research - NASA's Destination Tomorrow™ will bring it to you first.

NASA CONNECT Series - NASA CONNECT is a series of 30-minute instructional video programs for students in grades 5-8. Produced by the NASA Langley Research Center's Office of Education in Hampton, Virginia, the programs can be viewed live or taped for later use.

Endorsed by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM), NASA CONNECT supports the national mathematics, science, and technology standards. Each NASA CONNECT program seeks to establish a "connection" between the mathematics, science, and technology concepts taught in the classroom and the mathematics, science and technology used everyday by NASA researchers. By demonstrating the processes of creativity, critical thinking, and problem solving skills, NASA CONNECT enhances and enriches mathematics, science, and technology education. The NASA CONNECT series can be easily integrated into an existing curriculum or used to introduce or reinforce a curriculum topic, objective, or skill.

Each NASA CONNECT program is accompanied by a lesson guide describing a hands-on classroom activity and web-based activity which complement and extend the lesson.


NASA Why Files/Sci Files - The NASA SCIence Files™ is an Emmy® award-winning series of instructional programs that introduces students in grades 3-5 to NASA and integrates mathematics, science, and technology through the use of Problem-Based Learning (PBL), scientific inquiry and the scientific method. The series seeks to motivate students to become critical thinkers and active problem solvers. In each episode, follow the exploits of the tree house detectives as they solve "real world" problems by getting help from NASA and community experts, the Society of Women Engineers (SWE), resources and members of the NASA SCI Files™ Kids Club. Each episode in the series includes a 60-minute instructional broadcast, a comprehensive educator's guide, a unique interactive online PBL activity, plus a wealth of instructional resources.

Reading is Fundamental - series of 23

Shared Reding Video Outreach Project - The Shared Reading Video Outreach Project (SRVOP) is an adaptation of the Shared Reading Project model developed by David R. Schleper of Gallaudet University's Clerc Center. The program makes used of an educational telecommunications system called the K-20 Network, that provides both internet access and live interactive videoconferencing capability to more than 300 school districts, colleges and universities across the state of Washington.

SRVOP uses videoconferencing systems located in local school districts and Educational Service Districts to offer a reading enhancement program to deaf children, their families and educators. For the first time, isolated deaf children living in remote areas, as well as their parents, other family members and teachers, can see, interact with and learn from skilled Deaf adults and from other deaf children.

The program originates at Puget Sound Educational Service District (PSESD), located near Seattle, and is a division of the Washington School for the Deaf's Outreach Department. Supplemental training and discussion groups for educational staff, provided via live interactive videoconferencing, are facilitated by a mentor teacher of the deaf throughout the year.

National Gallery of Art - Historic and Legendary artist are showcased

EcoNews - Ecology issues presented in magazine form.

Shamu-TV - 3 seasons of shows from Seaworld/Busch Garden - to start in June.

Kiss My TV Show - Half hour magazine - video production tailored for people with developmental disabilities.

Fairfax Network - Each year the Fairfax Network creates programming for educators to use in the classroom, and for public television stations and cable systems. The lineup includes quality K-12 enrichment, parenting and staff development programs. Many of the shows come with additional resource information, techer guides and classroom activities created to fit seamlessly into the curriculum.

Language is Key - series of four

Classrooms at Work - Presents real classrooms and their technology-rich learning projects. It offers classroom models of technology integration for teacher professional development. The project creates companion video and multimedia tools that provide comprehensive views of classrooms that work using technology. CD and Web-based multimedia provide electronic access to everything teachers and students in the project classrooms use and produce. To interest a teacher in further exploration of the extensive multimedia materials, short videos feature highlights of the classrooms at work. The multimedia stands alone but is enhanced by videos, tying classroom processes and materials together just as an actual visit to a classroom would.

Getting School Ready - A single program