HEC-TV creates curriculum for new productions, in order to more fully connect the station with K-12 students and schools. Educators know that quality curricula must relate to standards, whether these be Common Core State Standards or Missouri’s Knowledge Standards. Led by scripts and background information, we build a framework around which to wrap curriculum for each show. Each curriculum starts with an overview of the lesson, time allotment, and most importantly, the learning objectives. Needs for each student and class are different, so after the body of the lesson is accomplished, we offer teachers several different types of learning activities, all which reinforce and assess the lesson.
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Welcome to the Program Materials page for Orion: The First Step to Deep Space. Welcome to the Program Materials page for Orion: The First Step Into Deep Space. The PDF documents and web resources included …See More.
Welcome to the Program Materials page for Inside the Artist’s Studio: Ceramics. The documents and other resources included below are designed to use with Pre-Program and Post-Program Activities related to the show. To find those activities …See More.
Welcome to the Program Materials page for Explore! The Human Body: Eyes and Ears. The materials and video clips on this page are provided to accompany pre-program viewing and post-program viewing learning activities designed to extend …See More.
Welcome to the Program Materials page for The Science Behind the New Mississippi River Bridge, Part 2. The documents and video resources included below are designed to use with Pre-Program Activities and Post-Program Activities related …See More.
Welcome to the Program Materials page for The Very Last Green Thing A Young Person’s Opera. The PDF documents, video clips, and web links included below are designed to use with Pre-Program Activity suggestions and Post-Program …See More.
Welcome to the Program Materials page for Rendezvous With a Comet (Comet Si) The PDF documents included below are designed to use with Pre-Program Activity suggestions and Post-Program Activity suggestions related to the archived program on …See More.
Clips 1 through 7 below are excerpts from a second live program conducted April 4, 2013. The clips include our guest experts answering questions from interactive student groups as well as e-mail questions from TV …See More.
Clips 1 through 5 below are excerpts from a second live program conducted November 15, 2012. The clips include our guest experts answering questions from interactive student groups as well as e-mail questions from TV …See More.
Clips 1, 2 and 3 below relate to pre-program learning activities you can conduct with your students prior to viewing the complete program archive. Clips 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 relate to a post-program …See More.
We invite you to share this program archive with your students in whole class, small group or individualized settings. For suggestions on how to utilize the archive, please consider the options below as you plan …See More.
As part of its commemoration of Native American Heritage Month, HEC - TV Live! invites you and your students to interact with members of Native American tribes to explore the unique aspects of their cultures. …See More.
Meet and learn from Lois Lowry, award - winning author of young adult fiction as she answers student questions about her background, writing style, and Newberry Medal winning novel “The Giver." Lois Lowry Educational MaterialsSee More.
Health literacy is defined as "the degree to which individuals have the capacity to obtain, process, and understand basic health information and services needed to make appropriate health decisions" (Healthy People 2010). Health literacy encompasses …See More.
For this set of programs we go behind the scenes at the St. Louis University Earthquake Center to investigate how and why earthquakes occur, how they're measured, and new design procedures being created to address …See More.
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