Annenberg Learner


Destinos: Raquel and Arturo, the tow principal characters from the language course/telenovela, Destinos.


The Habitable Planet is a multimedia course for high school teachers and adult learners interested in studying environmental science. 

Photo: A Yellowstone researcher checks food sources as part of a wolf reintroduction program.


Meissner Effect 8412 (Physics for the 21st Century): The Meissner Effect: The levitation is produced by the diamagnetic currents induced in the superconductor by the magnetic field produced by the magnet.

french in action

French in Action is a video instructional series in French for college and high school classrooms and adult learners, developed by Professor Pierre Capretz of Yale University. The course includes workbooks, audiocassettes, textbooks, a website and a 52-episode video series.

Photo: Mireille and Robert, the two principal characters in French in Action, spend time in a typical Parisian café.

world lit

Invitation to World Literature is a multimedia series which offers a passport to history's rich storytelling heritage via thirteen works from a range of eras, places, cultures, languages and traditions. 

Photo: The film crew preps Ludmila Zeman to talk about The Epic of Gilgamesh.


A Harvard-Smithsonian Science Media Group film crew captures student-teacher classroom interaction.


Bridging World History is a set of multimedia materials designed to help learners discover world history.

Photo: Mahatma Gandhi leads by example in rejecting the western style of dress of the colonial British.

Learner 2

A Biography of America is a telecourse and video series that presents American history as a living narrative. This series web site lets you delve further into the topics of the 26 video programs. Primary Sources is a workshop in which 12 high school history teachers explore the use of primary-source documents in the research and interpretation of American history.

“Photo: The arm of the proposed Statue of Liberty was displayed at the 1876 Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia.”

Learner 1

One of the central goals of Neuroscience & the Classroom: Making Connections is to help teachers learn to use research to create their own solutions to their particular classroom challenges. Another important goal is to provide new and useful metaphors that we all can use to describe teaching and learning and that are grounded in modern neuroscience.

Photo: Two students work together on an electronics kit.

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