Most-loved PBS Wisconsin Education media of 2021

Most-loved PBS Wisconsin Education media of 2021

PBS Wisconsin EducationAs 2021 comes to a close, we at PBS Wisconsin Education are thrilled to share some of the most-loved educational media from the past year. There are old favorites and popular newcomers, all created by our talented team alongside dedicated Wisconsin educators and stakeholders. These resources may have been created with teachers in mind, but learners of all ages can enjoy this content because the world is our classroom.

Ring in the new year by exploring our free, high-quality educational resources!


The Wisconsin First Nations website continues to be a strong, important space for Wisconsin educators to access a rich collection of accurate and authentic educational videos, teacher professional development resources, lesson plans and learning tools.

2021 was a big year for our Meet the Lab collection, which connects learners to relevant real-world issues, cutting-edge research and the human element: people working together to research, innovate and solve problems using science. Meet the Lab is made possible through partnerships with the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery, Wisconsin Alumni Research Association Foundation, Morgridge Institute for Research, and Wisconsin educators and students. Funding provided by the Timothy William Trout Education Fund – a gift of Dr. Monroe and Sandra Trout, the Focus Fund for Education and Friends of PBS Wisconsin.

Re/sound: Songs of Wisconsin is a collection of educational music media resources for grades 4-8, and is a collaboration with the Wisconsin School Music Association. Four Wisconsin musicians and groups are featured in video interviews, performances and audio files to fill a need for current, authentic and culturally diverse musical resources in the state.

The Wisconsin Biographies collection has been a long-standing favorite from PBS Wisconsin Education. Since 2013, the collection has featured a myriad of famous people in Wisconsin history who have accomplished important things, including Stephen Babcock, Chief Oshkosh, Milly Zantow and many more.

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