PBS LearningMedia Week: March 2 - 6

March 2 is “Read Across America Day” in Honor of Dr. Seuss!
The National Education Association’s Read Across America Day takes place every year in March, the birth month of Dr. Seuss. Across the country, thousands of schools, libraries, community centers and companies celebrate by bringing together kids, teens and books. Use the messaging below to participate in your community by promoting PBS LearningMedia Dr. Seuss content on this special day.
  • Facebook/Google+/etc.: March 2 is READ ACROSS AMERICA DAY, celebrating the birthday of Dr. Seuss! Bring the magic of Dr. Seuss to your classroom with his books, then engage your students in this lesson – combining psychomotor, cognitive and affective skills – inspired by Seuss’ “Marvin K. Mooney Will You Please Go Now.” http://to.pbs.org/1ABoq63
  • Twitter: Celebrate @NEAToday’s #readacrossamerica and the b-day of #DrSeuss w/ @PBSLrnMedia: http://to.pbs.org/1ABoq63 #literacy #litchat

New PBS TeacherLine Promo Code Available Through 3/14
In honor of Digital Learning Day on March 13, PBS TeacherLine is celebrating classroom achievement through the use of digital media and technology with our next course launch on March 18. Use the messaging below to promote a limited time promo code in your community.
  • Facebook/Google+/etc.: Digital Learning Day is right around the corner – are you prepared? Brush up on your digital lesson planning skills with PBS TeacherLine courses, launching March 18! Register before March 14 and save 10% with promo code SAVE10. http://to.pbs.org/PD
  • Twitter: #DLDay is on 3/13 – are you prepared? Brush up w/ @PBSTeacherLine courses! Save 10% through 3/14 w/ code SAVE10. http://to.pbs.org/PD

Celebrating Women’s History Month with This Week’s Content Theme
March is Women's History Month and we are kicking it off by spotlighting stories of women - across various disciplines - who have impacted positive change in their communities and around the world with the content theme Women in History. We hope you will use messaging from this week’s Station MarCom Toolkit to engage local educators around this topic.