Schlessinger Media is the award-winning programming division of Library Video Company. Founded in 1990, Schlessinger Media distributes a library of over 1000 originally-produced and licensed educational videos. All Schlessinger Media programming is created to support and enhance nationwide curricula with an emphasis on science, social studies, language arts, math and health.
All Schlessinger Media programming is created to support and enhance nationwide curricula with an emphasis on science, social studies, language arts, math and health. Schlessinger Media's high production standards, have resulted in many award-winning series including American History for Children, Ancient Civilizations for Children, Explorers of the World, Library Skills for Children, Reading for Children, Greek Mythology for Students and The Way Things Work.
Major national educational companies have recognized the unique value that Schlessinger Media enjoys in schools and libraries. Prentice Hall has correlated Schlessinger's United States History Video Collection to their industry-leading American Nation textbook. Pearson Broadband has co-produced David Macaulay's best-selling The Way Things Work book with Schlessinger Media for television and video. Houghton Mifflin has selected 32 programs to correlate to their distinguished K-6 textbook series, Houghton Mifflin Social Studies and McDougal Littell has chosen 12 programs to associate with their brand-new middle school World History textbooks for grades 5-8.
Schlessinger Media has also created a landmark comprehensive science video library correlating with the National Science Education Content Standards for grades K-4 & 5-8. The Schlessinger Science Library is comprised of 162 videos in 19 engaging series. Award-winning series include Space Science for Children, Physical Science In Action, Human Body In Action and Weather Fundamentals.