In response to area school closings, WSKG TV is broadcasting a grade level “Learn At Home” schedule from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays beginning Monday, March 23, 2020. This TV schedule was developed to help schools and districts bridge the digital divide and provide equitable access to learning for all students at home regardless of access to the internet or computers.
Download and print WSKG TV’s Learn at Home Schedules:
WSKG TV | Week of 3/30/2020 – 4/3/2020 (grades K-12)
WSKG WORLD Channel | Week of 3/30/2020 – 4/3/2020 (grades 6-12)
WSKG TV | Week of 3/23/2020 – 3/27/2020 (grades K-12)
Use this Learning Connections and Reflection document to help facilitate at-home learning. Full Google folder of at-home support materials accessible here (coming soon).
WSKG Kids 24/7 channel will remain the same with PBS KIDS favorites for our youngest viewers. This channel can be viewed over-the-air at WSKG 46.2 Binghamton or 30.2 Elmira as well as on 1275 Spectrum Digital cable. A live stream of the channel is available on PBS KIDS Website and through the PBS KIDS Video App.
Digital Learning Resources for PreK-12
To help teachers rapidly adapt, WSKG has developed collections of free digital learning resources that can be used with these TV broadcasts or on their own. These resources are hosted on PBS LearningMedia and include videos and lesson plans.
- PBS LearningMedia Collections
- PK-12 Resources for Emergency School Closings
- View the Webinar Recording: Tips for Distance Learning with PBS LearningMedia
- Distance Learning Tips From One Teacher to Another
Parents and Caregivers
Here are some ways to keep students engaged at home through public media.
- Download and print WSKG’s Learn at Home Schedule 3/30/2020 – 4/3/2020 (grades K-12)
- Download and print WSKG WORLD Channel’s Learn at Home Schedule 3/30/2020 – 4/3/2020 (grades 6-12)
- Download and print WSKG’s Learn at Home Schedule 3/23-3/27 (grades K-12)
- Tips to help frame educationally frame the television viewing experience. Download and print the worksheet here. Check out this Google folder with other at-home learning materials (coming soon).
- PBS KIDS for Parents offers free resources and information from articles like How to talk with your kids about coronavirus to family learning activities. All PBS KIDS for Parents content is created by expert educators and child development professionals and vetted by PBS.
- Sign up for the PBS KIDS for Parents Daily Newsletter for tips, tools, and support while children are home from school
- Check out this list of free PBS KIDS Learning Apps
- Parents can also sign up for PBS LearningMedia to design at home learning across grade levels
- 10 Things to do with Your Kids at Home
- Get tips on how to balance screen time during school closures
- Mindshift gives Exercise Tips To Help Kids, Teens and Families Stay Balanced at Home