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WUCF Education serves educators across Central Florida – Brevard, Flagler, Lake, Marion, Sumter, Orange, Osceola, Seminole, and Volusia – with free resources, professional development and more!


PBS LearningMedia

PBS LearningMedia is our free digital platform that provides access to over 40,000 standards-aligned educational videos, lesson plans, interactive lessons, content-management tools, and class rostering capabilities for K-12 classrooms. Thanks to over 200 national partners, we are also able to offer digital content from the Library of Congress, National Archives, NASA and more!

WUCF works with school districts to provide access to PBS LearningMedia via Single Sign-On through Google Classroom, Clever, and Schoology. PBS LearningMedia is now in Brevard, Orange, Osceola, Sumter, and Volusia public school districts. If you are interested in integrating it into your school district’s Single Sign-On, please contact Janice Sante.

New to PBS LearningMedia and not on single-sign on? Register for a free account as this will localize standards to Florida, then explore away!

Explore our free digital teaching resources

Professional Development

As part of our commitment to the community, WUCF Education provides the following free services for our PBS LearningMedia platform:

  • Professional Development virtual training and support for educators. Topics include Intro to PBS LearningMedia and deep dives into content and tools.
  • Parent workshops, topics include managing screen time, family engagement, STEM and more.
  • One-on-one consultations.


Contact Janice Sante if you would like to learn more about PBS LearningMedia and professional development training tailored to meet the needs of your school.

Visit our Facebook page for an up-to-date list of trainings and workshops (virtual through the end of this year).

Stand Against Hatred

In this series of virtual workshops, the Asian American Education Project will be showcasing our curriculum on the Asian American Pacific Islander (“AAPI”) experience. It is divided into themes to make it easier for educators to adapt the whole or part of the curriculum into their own practice.