A local teacher is among 100 nationwide to win on-demand digital media services from PBS.
Philip McIntosh, of Challenger Middle School, and ther others were chosen from hundreds of applicants for the 2014 Learning Media
Digital Innovators program. They were judged on videos and written essays about their classroom use of digital teaching.
McIntosh and the other winners will receive year-long processional development in virtual training, access to exclusive resources, and other tools and training that can they be shared with other educators, according to the email announcement from PBS.
PBS provides curriculum learning experiences that align with national and Common Core State Standards. For information visit pbslearningmedia.org.