Teachers Workshop from Pennsylvania College of Technology | WVIA

Teachers Workshop from Pennsylvania College of Technology

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Friday, April 24, 9-11am

WVIA Public Media Studios, Pittston

Explore opportunities to enhance your classrooms by using FREE public media resources including degrees that work.TV – an award-winning series produced by Pennsylvania College of Technology and WVIA Public Media.

Award Winning Video Video

Broadcasts featured in this presentation – which earned prestigious Telly Awards in 2013 and 2014 – focus on education and career opportunities in fields ranging from energy and natural resources to information technology to business management. 

Free Lesson Plans

In addition to broadcast-quality videos, WVIA Public Media and Penn College offer FREE lesson planning guides that identify competencies and state academic standards to help you effectively integrate the materials into your classrooms. 

Lesson planning guides featured in this session include:

Management Careers Do You Have What It Takes To Be a Manager? (Grades 10-12) 

Time Management (Grades 10-12) 

What Does a Manager Do? (Grades 9 and 10) 

Natural Gas Careers Overview and Career Opportunities(Grades 6-8 and 9-12) 

Patterns in Energy Use over Time (Grades 6-8 and 9-12) 

Career Explorations (Grades 6-8 and 9-12) 

 

Teachers may submit requests for Act 48 credits through their school districts. Forms will be available. 

 

RSVP by April 1 elambert@pct.edu or andreaoneill@wvia.org

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