Annenberg Media (FREE Teacher Resource)

Posted: February 22, 2007 in Adult Education, Education, Educational Technology, Instructional Technology, School 2.0, Technology, Technology Integration

Annenberg Media

Annenberg Media is an excellent educational resource. As the site states:

“Teacher resources and teacher professional development programming for K-12 teachers FREE through our satellite channel and Video on Demand.”

I have used this site for several years, and I highly recommend educators take a look at the multiple, interdisciplinary resources you will find there. It is excellent for content specific professional development, and the “Video on Demand” resources are superior!!!

  1. […] in. Being the instructional technology specialist that I am, I immediately pulled up (Annenberg Media that I mentioned several days ago in another post.), and found a video that explains factoring polynomials. The instructor, Sol, explained and showed […]

  2. Jennifer Cochran says:

    How can I get access to these wonderful math videos for my mathematics classroom?

  3. nhokanson says:


    Excellent question! Go to and sign up for a free account; then, when you click on a video on demand (VOD) link you can log in and watch the videos. You will also get a monthly e-mail newsletter informing you of upcoming videos.

    Let me know if you have any other questions. Thanks for stopping by!


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