Resources for Educators

- Thursday, March 21, 2013

At This American Land, we strive to educate our viewers about the conservation issues that currently face American landscapes, waters and wildlife. The stories we feature can also be excellent resources for educators to use in their classrooms. 

We are forging partnerships with educational associations and organizations to help us fine-tune elements of our content for classroom use. This American Land co-host Caroline Raville, who is also an educator, has created some lesson plans and graphic organizers, currently available on our website, which can be used in your classroom in tandem with some of the stories from season two of This American Land.

You can view all of the educational resources we currently have available on our Educators page. We welcome your feedback on these resources, as well as any questions you may have about using these elements in your classroom. 

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THIS AMERICAN LAND is the leading conservation news magazine program on public television stations nationwide. Opening windows to our country’s amazing natural heritage, we report compelling stories on America’s landscapes, waters and wildlife, taking our viewers to the front lines of conservation, science and outdoor adventure with stories that inform and entertain.
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THIS AMERICAN LAND AND SCIENCE NATION We are proud to partner with the National Science Foundation to bring our viewers exceptional reports from its SCIENCE NATION series in many of our episodes. Fast-paced and informative, each of these stories explores new scientific efforts to understand and conserve our natural resources.
PARTNERS IN EDUCATION In partnership with highly regarded national educational organizations, we develop our story materials for teachers to use as a curriculum resource. Experienced educators on our Advisory Board provide direction and commentary on our reporting, offer story ideas, and join with us in shaping our content for educational purposes.
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