Video Resources

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  • "What is a Presidential Library?" Tour

    Presidential Libraries are archives and museums, bringing together the documents and artifacts of a President and his Administration and presenting them to the public for study and discussion.
  • 108 Degrees: Critical Response

    Promotes prevention and proper response to Heat-related Illness.
  • ALE – Alternative Education in Arkansas

    Explores techniques and approaches used to reach struggling learners in successful ALE programs across Arkansas.
  • Arkansans Ask: Common Core

    This special episode of "Arkansans Ask" covers Arkansas’s Common Core State Standards.
  • Arkansas HS Computer Science Implementation

    This session focuses on implementation of the new high-school courses. Includes a powerpoint.
  • Arkansas K-8 Computer Science Implementation

    This session focuses on implementation of the K-8 embedded standards and the Coding Block for Grades 7 and 8. Includes a powerpoint.
  • Arkansas's First People

    Features unique perspectives on American Indian cultural legacy.
  • Arkansas: A Six Region Journey

    Provides a unique multi-media exploration of each of the six geographical regions in the state.
  • Autism Awareness

    A four-part professional awareness program to increase the knowledge of Autism Spectrum Disorder.
  • Bell Ringer: The Invisible Brain Injury

    Describes the short-term effects and long-term risks of concussions.
  • Child Maltreatment (2017)

    Discusses the legal responsibilities of being a mandated reporter.
  • Coaching Self-Expression

    Arkansas 2019 Teacher of the Year Stacey McAdoo illustrates her relationship-based approach to nurturing self-expression in her students.
  • Common Core - Part 1

    Explores the views and opinions of those for and against the new K-12 curriculum, Common Core.
  • Common Core - Part 2

    Explores the views and opinions of those for and against the new K-12 curriculum, Common Core.
  • Common Core - Part 3

    Explores the views and opinions of those for and against the new K-12 curriculum, Common Core.
  • Communicable Diseases

    Educates coaches on the causation, transmission, treatment, and prevention of communicable diseases that affect young athletes.
  • Dyslexia Awareness

    Takes a look at some of the indicators of dyslexia, the need for screening, response, and referral.
  • Hidden Wounds

    Describes warning signs and behaviors typical with individuals who might be cutting themselves and covers how to get help.
  • Human Trafficking: Arkansas Act 765 of 2017 - Arkansas Cases

    Teachers and other school faculty members are uniquely positioned to recognize when a student may have been exploited and trafficked for something of monetary value, and Arkansas is not immune to this form of modern-day slavery.
  • In Search of Arkansas

    The Encyclopedia of Arkansas, sponsored by the Central Arkansas Library System (CALS), is a helpful research tool for teachers and students. In Search of Arkansas takes a look at how to navigate the historical database. Ms. Ali Welky, Assistant Editor of the CALS Encyclopedia of Arkansas (EoA), discusses the site's features and offers some suggestions for getting the most out of the EoA.
  • Leave Me Alone! Bullying!

    Defines bullying, describes why bullying occurs, how to prevent it and what educators can do to help students who are bullied.
  • Little Rock Central High School: 1957 Crisis

    Introduces the 1957 crisis and provides a virtual tour of Little Rock Central High School.
  • Music in Arkansas: Origins 200 BC - 1941 AD

    "Music in Arkansas: Origins 200 BC–1941 AD" tracks the development of Arkansas's rich musical heritage, beginning with the discovery of a 200 BC Hopewell panpipe and concluding as King Biscuit Time hits the airwaves in 1941 Helena. "Origins" explores Arkansas's role in the development of fourteen distinct musical genres, as well as how the rich Arkansas soundscape has been influenced by various shifts in culture and Arkansas's unique geographical regions.
  • Portraits of Courage: The Story of Women's Suffrage in Arkansas

    Portraits of Courage explores women's suffrage in The Natural State, taking a unique look at some of the more influential Arkansas suffragists as well as some of the national figures who inspired their fight.
  • Re-enactment of After the Death of Anna Gonzales

    Re-enacted scenes from After the Death of Anna Gonzales offer a powerful look at the effects of one girl's suicide on her high school.
  • Red Ribbon Week

    Partnering with the Division of Elementary and Secondary Education and State Drug Enforcement Director Kirk Lane, as well as the DEA and FBI, Arkansas PBS produced four public service announcements highlighting the toll opioids has had on Arkansas, and the programs and opportunities available to fight the problem of addiction in the state.
  • Six Components of Parental Involvement - Part 1

    Features an overview of Dr. Joyce Epstein's Six Components of Parental Involvement, given by Dr. Beverley Romanin.
  • Six Components of Parental Involvement - Part 2

    Features an overview of Dr. Joyce Epstein's Six Components of Parental Involvement, given by Dr. Beverley Romanin.
  • Six Components of Parental Involvement - Part 3

    Features an overview of Dr. Joyce Epstein's Six Components of Parental Involvement, given by Dr. Beverley Romanin.
  • Something to Talk About

    Greg Adams, Program Coordinator for the Center for Good Mourning at Arkansas Children's Hospital, educates school communities about finding better ways to talk about suicide.
  • Sudden Cardiac Arrest: When Seconds Count

    Most student athletes are the picture of good health, but any seemingly healthy student could suffer from sudden cardiac arrest and when they do, seconds count. The good news is that with timely intervention sudden cardiac arrest is highly survivable.
  • Suicide Prevention - Looking Deeper

    According to the Jason Foundation, four out of five teens display warning signs before they attempt suicide. In most cases, however, the seeds of trauma that brought them to that place were planted much earlier.
  • Teaching to Close the Opportunity Gap: Let Them Know

    Stacey McAdoo, 2019 Arkansas Teacher of the Year, shares deep insights about why and how she provides opportunities for young people to creatively pursue and express their ideas, addressing the opportunity gaps that exist for marginalized students and showing us how personalized, connective teaching helps students find authentic learning and growth.
  • The new Arkansas K-12 Science Standards

    What are the Arkansas K-12 Science Standards? Find out about this collaborative effort by watching this short video.
  • The Perfect Storm: Personal Stories

    The Perfect Storm is a collection of personal stories from people who have struggled with depression and thoughts of suicide.
  • Youth Suicide Prevention Awareness

    Covers the warning signs of suicidal youth, risk factors, intervention strategies and facts and myths associated with youth suicide.