PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovators are tech-savvy K-12 educators with a passion for using digital technology and media. They are leaders with a desire to empower their peers and share strategies around digital media integration. They are active sharers of content and ideas through social media and they embrace life-long learning, collaboration and recognizes the power technology has to inspire students. Each ...Continue Reading
President Barack Obama discusses the failures of American intervention in Libya, and how it affects his policies on Syria with journalist Charlie Rose. Watch the preview above and see the full interview on Charlie Rose tonight at 11 pm on KCPT.
Get ready for the return of Arts Upload this Thursday. In this half-hour exploration of the many ways that art manifests itself in our town, hosts Randy Mason and Maris Aylward bring you new stories about music, theatre, dance and the visual arts from across the metro and around the country. Highlights of upcoming episodes include: April 21 –Arts Upload collaborates ...Continue Reading
Racing To Zero is a quick-moving, upbeat documentary presenting new solutions to the global problem of waste. By simply substituting the word RESOURCE for the wordGARBAGE, a culture can be transformed, and a new wealth of industries can emerge. Three years ago the mayor of San Francisco pledged to achieve zero waste by 2020. Racing to Zero tracks San Francisco’s waste ...Continue Reading
Treblinka’s Last Witness VIDEO
Samuel Willenberg was the last living survivor of the Treblinka death camp in Nazi-occupied Poland, where an estimated 900,000 Jews were murdered in a 13-month period at the height of World War II. Still haunted 70 years later by the horrors he witnessed as a young forced laborer, Samuel has immortalized his harrowing experiences in ...Continue Reading
The story of four children surviving in war-torn Aleppo, and their escape to a new life in Germany. “Children of Syria” follows the family over three years, from the siege of their city, to the kidnapping of their father, to the struggle of becoming refugees. Premieres Tuesday, April 19 on KCPT and at pbs.org/frontline.