Welcome to KERA’s new one-stop collection of teaching and learning resources for students, teachers and parents. KERA Learn! pulls together thousands of digital materials from trusted sources to enrich lessons at school and home and promote community engagement. Use the search sentence to find broad topics, filtered by age group, or use the open search box for specific terms like “fractions” or “lesson plan.”
For a quick guide sheet on how to use the Learn! website, CLICK HERE.
Here you will find learning activities, homework resources, and other materials to engage parents and kids away from school.
Start Smart is designed to help parents and caregivers find learning opportunities in everyday situations. Parents can have learning tips sent to their phones. Families also are invited to an event this spring to celebrate learning. Click to learn more!
When Fred Rogers changed from dress shoes and a jacket into sneakers and a sweater in February 1968 he changed children's television forever. Click to follow KERA’s activities and shows to celebrate 50 years of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood through 2018.
Click to find KERA's daily schedules for children's TV shows. Plus, you can link to videos, games and other activities to extend the skills kids earn from their favorite programs.
Click to see the latest issue of KERA’s e-newsletter for families of younger children. It features fun activities in science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM). Subscribe to get your own weekly copy inside!
Here you will find resources to foster community engagement, including local journalism from KERA, national broadcasts from NPR and PBS, and projects by KERA that explore the people, institutions, arts and natural resources of North Texas.
KERA is presenting three film screening and conversation events to facilitate a deeper understanding of American minority experiences. Please join us for these free events. Click to find film descriptions and event dates plus resources for classroom and group discussions.
One Crisis Away focuses on North Texans living on the financial edge and how a single event can spell disaster. Follow the series as KERA adds new chapters. Be sure to check links to helpful resources embedded in the series.
PBS created NewsHour EXTRA to engage students in current events and provide tools for teaching about news. The site includes video clips of news stories, lesson plans and many creative activities to encourage deeper thinking.
Art&Seek is your source for arts news, stories and events in North Texas. Check out Artist Spotlight, a collection of profiles of North Texas artists, with media clips, Q&As and much more.
Here you will find thousands of digital resources to enrich lessons and keep students engaged. The audio and video clips, print materials, lesson plans, activities and other content come from KERA, PBS, NPR and other trusted sources.
This searchable site has more than 100,000 videos, activities, games, lesson plans, articles and other resources. It has something for all grade levels and most subjects, along with tools for lesson prep. LearningMedia is independently operated by PBS.
These toolkits are designed to help teachers and parents discuss complex topics, such as race, financial issues and the arts. Many go with KERA events and reporting projects or PBS documentaries. Resources include videos, discussion tips, lesson plans and more.
Math Can Take You Places teaches key math concepts for grades 3 - 6. The package includes TEKS-aligned lesson plans, videos, games, activities, practice questions and teacher training materials. Most items are in Spanish and English.
Click to see the latest issue of KERA's e-newsletter for educators. It features enrichment materials, teaching tools, articles on timely topics and much more. Subscribe to get your own bi-weekly copy inside!