WCTE's Educational Mission:
To make sure all children enter school Ready To Learn, become an American Graduate and develop a love of learning so they can become life-long learners. What distinguishes WCTE and PBS from other broadcasters is our public service commitment to fostering lifelong learning. This commitment is reflected in our on- air educational programs, our online services and in the work we do within the community.
These two initiatives powered by grants from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting allow WCTE to empower families and communities with the resources, tools and support to break cycles of generational poverty and chronic school underchievement, to narrow the achievement gap, and teach parents how to be their child's first teacher.
WCTE Education Blog
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This is a guest post from Sarah Nelson, who will join Cindy Putman on the WCTE Get Ready To Learn radio show May 28th. Sarah is a local farmer who has a wide range of knowledge about health & growing things.Read More
PBS Parents recently released an article about how caring for living things teaches empathy to kids. From something small like a plant or fish, to a dog or cat or even a human baby, there are many lessons to be learned from providing different levels of care to those who depend on us.Read More
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The food your child eats does more than just nourish his or her body. It also serves as a way to nourish his mind and emotional health. Learn more about how to promote health in your child.Read More
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WCTE’s Educational Team can customize workshops or professional development trainings for your group or organization. For workshop information, or to inquire about scheduling a workshop, call 921-528-2222 x. 227 or email us.
Topics are listed below:
- Using Media as a learning tool
- Using PBS kids apps to extend learning
- How to be your child’s first teacher
- Sesame Street Workshops
- How does poverty effect a child’s brain
- Literacy and Math
- Brain Development
Workshops can be conducted in English and Spanish.