Attorney General Mike DeWine says Ohio’s crime lab has processed nearly 5,000 previously untested rape kits as it searches for DNA matches that could help solve reported sexual assaults.
Welcome To WOSU Educational Services
Take a look around at our educational materials for K-12 Classroom Instruction or lifelong learning. You can also watch video from PBS Kids, or browse our other links to other educational resources including WOSU’s PBS LearningMedia site.
WOSU’s Emmy award-winning series Columbus Neighborhoods is now available for classroom use.
Instructional resources culled from the documentaries—short digital learning objects classified into topics aligned to targeted academic standards have been created to bring Columbus’ vibrant history to life in the classroom.
The video segments are supported by lesson plans—annotated and ready for easy retrieval and integration across curricula. View Columbus Neighborhoods Instructional Resources.
Ready to Learn
Growing Up WILD Workshop Information:
Workshops are provided by THINKTV, CET and WOSU Public Media Television Stations through a grant from the Ohio EPA. For specific information about workshops, call (614) 292-9678 and ask for the Ready to Learn Coordinator. Learn more…
Ohio Ready To Learn Workshop Information:
This is a state-funded program targeted to home-based care providers. Participants are encouraged to sign-up for all three workshops as a series. Each workshop is 2 hours in length. Workshops are provided by the Ohio Educational Television Stations through a grant from the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. Workshops are free and Approved for Step Up to Quality Training Hours. IACET CEU credit is available for these workshops. ODJFS In-service forms will be provided to each participant. Learn more…
Part I begins with a video that explains the difference between weather and climate, describes glacier formation, and identifies the types of information that can be found in the glacial record. Download teacher’s guide (PDF, 132K)
I create moving and/or still imagery with the help of a computer. Most people call it computer animation or computer graphics.
How does media portray politicians and issues? What techniques are used to persuade? The image is more powerful than the words.