Knowledge on the Go - May 2020


New Knowledge on the Go lessons will be released through June 4, 2020, and will remain accessible for use through August 31, 2020. Click here to learn more about our new Great Minds in Sync continuous learning resources for the fall.

"I REALLY appreciate how thorough the educators are when they are teaching in the lesson–great pacing, fantastic use of academic vocabulary–these are honestly saving my digital math instruction! Thank you!"

Rachel L., teacher

"All the other resources were just games, and they were not TEACHING my children math. These videos are amazing!!!! Thank you so much for helping us out!"

Gloria P., parent

"Knowledge on the Go provides another point of access for students to receive high-quality and content-aligned instruction. As such, it’s a great resource teachers are using and also offering to parents."

—Kyair Butts, teacher

    Knowledge on the Go for K-12

    Who can use Knowledge on the Go?

    Anyone can use Knowledge on the Go. It is a free resource.

    Districts and schools can use the video lessons to supplement distance learning by including them in digital platforms or broadcasting on public access channels or in partnership with local PBS stations.

    Teachers can direct students to watch the videos independently and use any virtual time or class meetings for lesson discussion.

    Students can access the videos independently to supplement their current distance learning or to build additional content knowledge.

    Families can use the videos to support home instruction by watching the videos and engaging in the learning together. 

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    Why is Knowledge on the Go important?

    These are challenging times, and schools and families are doing their best to make sure children continue to deepen their knowledge while learning from home. 

    Knowledge on the Go strives to keep the learning by providing consistent and coherent instructional materials and recorded lessons taught by experienced teachers. Families can become learners with their students, schools can use these lessons to support distance learning, and teachers can focus on supporting students. 

    Students and families can view lessons on a computer, tablet, or smartphone and on public access channels and PBS stations around the country. 

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    Wit & Wisdom is a K–8 English curriculum that brings rich, knowledge-building content into your classroom to help meet the expectations of the new standards while celebrating the joy of reading and writing with your students.

    Geodes take a new approach to early literacy, featuring a collection of accessible, knowledge-building books for developing readers, created in collaboration with Wilson Language Training.. 

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    What Do People Value Most about Knowledge on the Go?

    The feedback from educators and families has been instrumental in evolving Knowledge on the Go. We’ve heard from so many of you and are so grateful and humbled by your engagement and support. Thank you for making your voices heard and for your incredible commitment to Knowledge on the Go!



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    Click here to learn more about our new Great Minds in Sync continuous learning digital and print resources for the fall.