PBS TeacherLine is the award-winning and premier research and standards-based resource for PreK-12 educator online professional development! PBS TeacherLine offers more than 80 facilitated courses which offer PLUs and graduate credits, and more than 40 self-paced courses, just right for anytime learning.
GPB is your partner for local course support, along with SCETV in SC and UNC-TV in NC, together known as TeacherLine Southeast.
PBS TeacherLine offers courses in Math, Science, Reading & Language Arts, Technology, Social Studies, and Instructional Strategies. Many courses are aligned to Common Core standards.
Visit our TeacherLine Southeast website to view upcoming course offerings and to learn more.
What teachers are saying:
"Thanks the course [INST320] was Great! The instructor was too! I would definitely continue to take advantage of future courses with PBS as it continues to offer courses to individuals.."
-Valeria Richard, Liberty County Schools, GA
"The course [TECH195] was comprehensive, flexible, and I am eager to continue my discussions with others on PBS TeacherLine. My facilitator was well-organized, helpful, and prompt in addressing any and all questions or concerns we had."
- Betty Wingo, Troup County Schools
“…what a smart move I made choosing PBS TeacherLine. The online part was a little frightening to me at first, but the instructors and the site layout made it seem like I was sitting in an actual classroom. I have learned so much that I can actually use in my class, but even more applied to things I “thought” I knew. The Tech340 class opened my eyes to how the internet “really” works. The INST320 Family Involvement class helped me understand just how to talk to parents and get them to assist with my class and the school as a whole. PBS TeacherLine is a can’t miss educational opportunity for teachers and you can even get PLU’s or college credit as a bonus.”
- Larry Adkins, Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools
“I enjoyed the class [MATH270]. It was unlike any on-line course that I have taken...to be honest, I was expecting an awful class because of the previous experiences [with other course providers]. You exceeded my expectations and then some : ) The first unit for my fifth graders deals with factors and factor strings....thanks to your class I have some extra tools in my "toolbag".”
- Deborah Moock, Gwinnett County Schools
“Web 2.0 tools never seemed so accessible, easy to learn, and ready to be applied in the classroom. The class (TECH315) allowed me to discover resources to bring technology to my students and embrace the 21st century with cooperation and collaboration between students, classrooms, schools, and hopefully, cities and countries. Even after just a few weeks of finishing the class, I have adapted many of the assignments to incorporate many of the tools I learned and students are welcoming the additions. I would strongly recommend the class to any teacher, no matter the subject nor the grade.”
- Carolyn Ayerbe, Fulton County