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Make Short Social Video Loops With Vine

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Make Short Social Video Loops With Vine

Vine is a smartphone app for iOS, Android and Windows that allows you to make and share short looping videos. Follow the video to learn how to get started.

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Join #TeachDoNow Summer MOOC

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Join #TeachDoNow Summer MOOC

Student Engagement with Issues that Matter Using Social Media (#TeachDoNow) is a collaborative learning experience open to anyone interested in learning how to use Twitter and other media sharing applications to promote social and civic discourse with students around science, news and the arts.

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What media making and social learning tools are best at engaging learners?

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What media making and social learning tools are best at engaging learners?

Most agree that classrooms need to provide opportunities for students to create and engage with new media technology. However, that realization still leaves us far from the specifics needed to make it happen. What media making and social learning tools are best at engaging learners?

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Summer Explorer Series: 20 Resources for Trotting Around the Globe

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Summer Explorer Series: 20 Resources for Trotting Around the Globe

In the remaining weeks of summer,  take students globetrotting with PBS LearningMedia. From Antarctica to the Farallon Islands, these resources offer students a window to the world by spotlighting cities and customs from around the globe. PBS LearningMedia allows you to search, download and create playlists to support learning anytime, anywhere! Sign up for a […]

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A Video Explaining the Safety Net

News & Civics | August 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

A Video Explaining the Safety Net

  Presidential candidates argue back and forth about the value of the “safety net”, but what exactly is it? In general, the safety net refers to the various  government funded social welfare programs such as food stamps and subsidized health care that help lift lower income individuals and their families out of poverty. However, liberals […]

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How can we use Connected Learning principles to promote 21st century learning?

Do Now | July 11, 2014 | 5 Comments

How can we use Connected Learning principles to promote 21st century learning?

Kids are learning everywhere. Today, the traditional school forms a single, albeit important, node in a larger learning environment. The model of Connected Learning acknowledges this shift in where students learn, how they learn, who they learn from, and how they express that learning.

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KQED Art School & Rashidi Omari at the Integrated Learning Summer Institute

Arts | July 9, 2014 | 0 Comments

KQED Art School & Rashidi Omari at the Integrated Learning Summer Institute

This August at Chabot Space and Science Center in Oakland, join KQED Art School for the Integrated Learning Summer Institute.

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Take a Virtual Road Trip with PBS LearningMedia

General | July 9, 2014 | 1 Comment

Take a Virtual Road Trip with PBS LearningMedia

  Invite kids on a virtual trip around the United States to explore the sights, sounds, people, and places that have helped to shape our nation’s cultural heritage. Use these featured resources as your springboard into discussions about culture, geography, music, and science!  PBS LearningMedia allows you to search, download and create playlists to support […]

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What is the value of social media for your professional learning?

Do Now | July 3, 2014 | 1 Comment

What is the value of social media for your professional learning?

We all know the educational landscape is shifting quickly. What is the value of social media on your professional learning?

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In The Studio with Franky Aguiliar

Arts | July 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

In The Studio with Franky Aguiliar

Oakland artist Franky Aguilar developed several mobile art apps such as CatWang, Snoopify, Ima Unicorn and Gif Yogurt. Come along with KQED Art School as we talk with Aguilar about how he started his company, 99centbrains, and his widely used apps.

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Five Works From Art History That Illuminate the Fourth of July

PBS LearningMedia | July 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

Five Works From Art History That Illuminate the Fourth of July

PBS LearningMedia has thousands of images from the Bridgeman Art Library, one of the largest archives of historical art images in the world. These resources spark interest in works of art and can strengthen cross-curricular learning.

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An Illustrated Guide About Income Inequailty

News & Civics | July 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

An Illustrated Guide About Income Inequailty

While the Occupy Wall Street protests have died down, income inequality, the issue that sparked the movement in the first place, still remains a problem. In 2012, more than half of the income in America went to the top 10% of wage earners.

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Is Income Inequality a Problem in Our Society?

Do Now: Government and Civics | June 27, 2014 | 362 Comments

Is Income Inequality a Problem in Our Society?

Several years have passed since Occupy Wall Street protests flared up throughout the country, and although the issue has largely faded from national debate, the degree of income inequality that sparked the movement remains rampant. Do you think income inequality is a problem in our society?

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Get Cooking: Seven Kitchen Activities for Summer

General | June 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

Get Cooking: Seven Kitchen Activities for Summer

Tie food to science and showcase hands-on cooking activities that can be done at school, at summer camp or at home with these seven resources found in PBS LearningMedia.  Register for a free account to get full access to thousands of resources for summer learning! Cooking Cookies with Solar Power | Grades K-8 In this […]

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