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Developing Cultural Awareness Professional Development Event for PreK-2 Teachers

Explore Global & Cultural Awareness Teaching Strategies

luna light pbs kids hero LET’S GO LUNA! will premiere this November on PBS 6 and PBS KIDS 24/7 channel.
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You're invited to a FREE, virtual professional learning event with an emphasis on fun, engaging, accessible and free tools for classrooms. This event has been specially designed for PreK-2 Early Childhood Educators on December 4 @ 7-8pm ET. PBS will provide a certificate of attendance for the one-hour virtual professional learning event.

Designed by educators, this professional learning event will introduce you to a number of teaching models and strategies to help your students develop global and cultural awareness. What can this look like in your classroom? The possibilities are endless! Join us and come prepared with questions for Joe Murray, the producer of the brand new PBS KIDS show Let's Go Luna! (and producer of the popular kids program from the 90's Rocko's Modern Life) for an interactive session and “live learning."

Register here

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