We may know the latest gossip about One Direction or how Beyonce’s sister Solange attacked Jay-Z in an elevator, but is our interest in celebrities a bad thing? Within the past few weeks, students analyzed how our fascination with celebrities impacts society in our #DoNowCelebrity post. We asked students, Given the context of income inequality and changing demographics across the country, is the American obsession with celebrities good or bad for our culture? Why?
The California Science Teachers’ Conference begins next week. Come visit us in the exhibit hall or join us for one of several sessions at the California Science Education Conference taking place in Palm Springs, October 25-27th. California Science Education Conference is the annual conference of the California Science Teachers’ Association (CSTA). Below is a list of KQED […]
Advancing STEM education in California is critically necessary to ensure that current and future generations of California students can compete in, and be a productive contributor to, a dynamic 21st century economy. To meet this goal, their education must contain academic rigor. With the implementation of Common Core State Standards and Next Generation Science Standards, now […]
Join KQED at Fall CUE 2013 Conference at American Canyon High School in the Napa Valley for a compelling session: Curriculum Enhancement with PBS LearningMedia Digital Learning Objects Friday October 26, 2013 from 12:30- 1:30pm Explore the value of using media with strategies for incorporating digital learning objects into curriculum to deepen connections in core subject areas, build critical […]
Come visit us in the exhibit hall or join us for one of several sessions at the California Science Education Conference taking place in Palm Springs, October 25-27th. California Science Education Conference is the annual conference of the California Science Teachers’ Association (CSTA). For over 20 years the conference has been providing up-to-the-minute educational programs for California’s […]
It is the beginning of the school year and there is a whole host of great things happening. Here are the top to-do’s for educators this month. Check out our makeover! kqed.org/education has a brand new look. Easily find educasts, professional development modules, digital tools, news education resources, arts demonstrations, science media and more. Tell us what you think. Beef up your educator tool kit with PBS TeacherLine’s flexible online professional development for Prek-12 educators!
Join KQED, SFMOMA, the Alameda County Office of Education, local artists and educators for the Integrated Learning Summer Institute, August 13-15, 2013 at Chabot Space and Science Center. All educators are welcome to register. Plenary speakers will include Spark-featured artists Favianna Rodriguez and Rhodessa Jones.
This post was written by BAVC Factory Filmmaker Buffy Almendares, Sophie Bedecarré Ernst, and BAVC’s Director of Next Gen Programs Ingrid Hu Dahl after presenting about the SFPL Digital Learning Lab initiative at the Digital Media and Learning Conference in Chicago. On our plane ride to Chicago, the three of us had an opportunity to […]
KQED Education and Lawrence Hall of Science (LHS) are working together to present a workshop at this year’s California Science Education Conference on October 19 – 21 in San Jose. We’ll introduce open-ended, creative activities that explore K-2 students’ understanding of physical science and math concepts in structures they see everyday, such as buildings, playgrounds, […]
Teachers are wild about maps. Students are wild about maps. From watching kindergarteners navigate the world to alternative high school students chomping at the bit to take a turn zooming around their neighborhoods and beyond, I have seen Google Maps take kids places. Have you made your own maps in class? If so, what for? […]