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Four Ways to Boost Your EdTech IQ This Summer

Arts in the Community | June 13, 2014 | 3 Comments

Four Ways to Boost Your EdTech IQ This Summer

Read about some amazing resource tips from Amy Ridlehuber Kingsley who was recently awarded the 2014 PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovator Award. Amy has come up with 4 ways to boost your EdTech IQ this Summer.

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Sexism in Science is Caused by Traditional Gender Roles

Community Voices | June 12, 2014 | 1 Comment

Sexism in Science is Caused by Traditional Gender Roles

Women have made great strides in fighting for equality in America, but are there factors that still hold women back in certain areas like science? In our #DoNowSexism post, we asked students, What do you have to say about the reasons and realities of sexism in science? What are the barriers, if any, to women in STEM careers?

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Water is a Right for Everyone

Do Now Round-Ups | May 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

Water is a Right for Everyone

Should water be free for everyone? In the past few weeks, students across the nation debated about whether or not water is a right or a commodity in our #DoNowWater post. We asked students, Should we consider water as a commodity, available only to those who can pay for it, or as a right, freely available to everyone to use (and to waste)?

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Hydrogen Fuel Cell Cars are Too Expensive

Community Created Content | April 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Hydrogen Fuel Cell Cars are Too Expensive

Is the hydrogen fuel celled car the car of the future? In the past couple of weeks, students across the nation discussed the value of investing money into these new environmentally friendly cars in our #DoNowFuel post. We asked students, Should government funds support the development of hydrogen fuel stations over other green transportation initiatives? Why or why not?

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Keystone XL Pipeline Will Cause More Harm Than Good

Community Voices | April 10, 2014 | 1 Comment

Keystone XL Pipeline Will Cause More Harm Than Good

During the past two weeks, students across the nation discussed whether or not the government should invest their time and money into creating the Keystone XL pipeline in our #DoNowKeystone post. We asked students, Do you think the Obama administration should approve the Keystone XL pipeline? Why or Why not? What information should be considered in making this decision?

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Our Behavior is Shaped Mostly By Our Environment

Community Voices | March 27, 2014 | 1 Comment

Our Behavior is Shaped Mostly By Our Environment

It’s natural to wonder why we are the way we are. Is a person more prone to be aggressive because of their genetics or the environment they were raised in as a child? Within the past two weeks, students across the nation discussed what shapes people the most: nature or nurture. In our #DoNowNurture post, […]

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‘SETI’

Bay Area Youth Media Network | June 3, 2013 | 0 Comments

‘SETI’

Produced by youth from the RYSE Center in Richmond, California, this film explores UC Berkeley’s SETI@home project, a scientific experiment that uses Internet-connected computers in the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI).

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Cigarette Butts and Their Impact on the Environment

Community Voices | June 2, 2013 | 0 Comments

Cigarette Butts and Their Impact on the Environment

Produced by youth from Project WISE, a collaboration between Crissy Field Center and Galileo High School, this film investigates the harmful effectcs of cigarette butts on the environment.

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‘Wake Up Call: Time to Act on Climate Change’

Bay Area Youth Media Network | June 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

‘Wake Up Call: Time to Act on Climate Change’

Our generation has been sleeping through the climate crisis for too long … and our world leaders have failed to step up and take the drastic action that we need.

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‘Rosetta’

Bay Area Youth Media Network | June 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

‘Rosetta’

“Rosetta” is a look into the Long Now Foundation’s efforts to archive all of the world’s languages. This short documentary highlights important social issues such as digital obsolescence and language extinction as it tells the story of the Long Now’s Rosetta Project.

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