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Make Unique Media Mixes with Meograph

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Make Unique Media Mixes with Meograph

Meograph is a media making tool that you can use online for free in your web browser. It allows you to create unique mixes of media content, including photos and videos you find on the web, as well as your own media assets. Follow along with this video to learn how to make unique media mixes.

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Apply for KQED Do Now Working Group for this Spring

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Apply for KQED Do Now Working Group for this Spring

KQED Education is looking for highly engaged educators to join our KQED Do Now working group. If you are interested in integrating innovative pedagogical approaches to learning where students can connect, collaborate, and debate with their peers from around the country on current events.

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Why Does Diversity in Film Matter?

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Why Does Diversity in Film Matter?

To respond to the Do Now, you can comment below or tweet your response. Be sure to begin your tweet with @KQEDEdspace and end it with #DoNowOscar For more info on how to use Twitter, click here. Do Now Why does diversity in film matter? Is diversity in films and other forms of entertainment important […]

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After School Media Making: Four Resource Collections for Bridging the Bay

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After School Media Making: Four Resource Collections for Bridging the Bay

Join KQED at Bridging the Bay After School Conference on Saturday, January 31st in Oakland. The Bridging the Bay Conference brings together over 500 after school professionals from seven Bay Area counties for two days of learning, networking, and collaboration. The conference is designed to support the implementation of a shared vision of quality.  KQED […]

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Full STEAM Ahead: Designing for Learning-  Bay Area STEAM Colloquium

Events | January 28, 2015 | 0 Comments

Full STEAM Ahead: Designing for Learning- Bay Area STEAM Colloquium

Join KQED at the STEAM Colloquium this Friday, January 30th in San Ramon.

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Is It Ethical to Colonize Mars? Students Weigh In

Community Created Content | January 27, 2015 | 1 Comment

Is It Ethical to Colonize Mars? Students Weigh In

Last month students were asked whether or not it is ethical to colonize Mars via the Mars One mission. In the year 2024, four individuals will leave Earth on a one-way trip to Mars. Every two years after that, four more individuals will join them, beginning the colonization of Mars. Research shows that Mars has […]

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How Do We Stop Terrorism?

Do Now | January 23, 2015 | 711 Comments

How Do We Stop Terrorism?

As terrorist groups change, grow and new ones are created, how can the West defend itself? It’s a complicated landscape that is stretching intelligence and military forces and leaves us asking, “How can we stop terrorism?”

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The Last Leaf [Youth-Produced Short Film]

Arts in the Community | January 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

The Last Leaf [Youth-Produced Short Film]

An animation that follows the plight of a few small creatures. This video was an official selection of BAYMN FEST 2014. BAYMN FEST is an interactive showcase of media produced by youth ages 12-24 sponsored by Hive Bay Area.

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More Than a Month: Three Resources for Exploring Cultural Acknowledgement

General | January 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

More Than a Month: Three Resources for Exploring Cultural Acknowledgement

Let PBS LearningMedia help you prepare for Black History Month with an outstanding collection of resources. Begin with a briefing on the origins of this cultural heritage month with About Black History Month, a resource from the U.S. Department of State. Then dive into the history of the African American experience with classroom ready resources […]

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A Half-Century After March on Washington, Would Martin Luther King Be Satisfied?

News & Civics | January 21, 2015

A Half-Century After March on Washington, Would Martin Luther King Be Satisfied?

On August 28, 2013, thousands gathered on the National Mall to commemorate the 1963 march and the tremendous impact it had. Some of the featured speakers, though, noted that many of the demands have still not been met, particularly along economic lines.

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What Is Climate Change?

Science | January 21, 2015

What Is Climate Change?

There’s a lot of talk about climate change in the news, but it’s a topic that can be really hard to understand. What exactly is climate change? Click on the interactive map in this post to see major climate zones in the United States.

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Should Cold Sufferers Wear Medical Masks?

6 -12 Science | January 20, 2015 | 22 Comments

Should Cold Sufferers Wear Medical Masks?

Every year, millions of Americans come down with a case of the common cold, resulting in many missed days of school and work. Should cold sufferers wear medical masks to help prevent spreading germs? Would you wear one the next time you have a cold?

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Despite Hottest Year on Record, Congress’ 170 Climate Deniers Not Breaking A Sweat

News & Civics | January 19, 2015

Despite Hottest Year on Record, Congress’ 170 Climate Deniers Not Breaking A Sweat

Frozen hair and polar vortexes aside, 2014 was the hottest year on record worldwide, according to recently released data from the Japan Meteorological Agency. In fact, 14 out of the 15 hottest years on record have occurred since 2000. Bottom line: climate change is happening; it’s as real as gravity.

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When Should Free Speech Be Protected?

Do Now | January 16, 2015 | 319 Comments

When Should Free Speech Be Protected?

Wednesday’s attack at the Paris office of the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo is thought to have been the work of killers who believe cartoons can be so offensive that they justified the murder of 12 people. When should free speech be protected and why?

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