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Submit Your Video for A Global Film Project About Character

Community Voices | July 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

Submit Your Video for A Global Film Project About Character

Why does character matter? What are the skills you need to flourish in the 21st Century? A global “cloud filmmaking” project led by Tiffany Shlain launched with a film about The Science of Character, and she is now gathering entries from students, teachers and communities for a new film, The Adaptable Mind. Use your mobile […]

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Broadcast Your Appreciation for KQED Education!

General | July 13, 2015 | 1 Comment

Broadcast Your Appreciation for KQED Education!

Want to hear your voice on KQED? Record a short message sharing your name, the subject you teach and how KQED Education and PBS LearningMedia resources like Art School, The Lowdown, Do Now, QUEST and/or our Digital Tools collection have impacted your teaching and learning. Your voice could be featured on air during KQED pledge! Check out the messages below from local […]

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Should the U.S. Government Spy on its Own People? Students Weigh In

Civics in the Community | June 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

Should the U.S. Government Spy on its Own People? Students Weigh In

Following the terrorist attacks of 9/11, Government spying took on a whole new scope. Read what students had to say about whether or not the U.S. Government should spy on its own people.

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Students Show Off Their Favorite Dance Moves

Arts | June 24, 2015 | 0 Comments

Students Show Off Their Favorite Dance Moves

From old timed moves like “The Twist,” to the more recent wave of “Twerking,” dance moves have swept through pop culture for years. Read what students had to say about what their favorite dance move is.

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How Can Baltimore Recover from the Freddie Gray Case? Students Weigh In

Civics in the Community | June 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

How Can Baltimore Recover from the Freddie Gray Case? Students Weigh In

The recent death of Freddie Gray, a 25 year old black male, while in police custody has sparked protests and conversation on the relationship between community and police nationwide. Read what students had to say about how Baltimore can recover from the Freddie Gray case.

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Would You Eat Insects? Students Chew On The Idea

Community Created Content | June 19, 2015 | 1 Comment

Would You Eat Insects? Students Chew On The Idea

Currently, 80 percent of the world includes insects as part of their diet for their high nutritional value. Read what students had to say about why they would or would not incorporate insects into their daily diet.

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Students Use Their Cameras to Find Beauty and Positivity in Unlikely Places

Arts in the Community | June 19, 2015 | 0 Comments

Students Use Their Cameras to Find Beauty and Positivity in Unlikely Places

Documentary photographer, Paccarik Orue, worked on a project called There’s Nothing Beautiful Around Here in Richmond, California. Read what students had to say about how they capture beauty and positivity with their camera.

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PHOTOS: Bay Area Teachers Celebrated by KQED!

Events | June 4, 2015 | 0 Comments

PHOTOS: Bay Area Teachers Celebrated by KQED!

Music, learning and fun—on Friday, May 8, KQED and community partners took over the Educational Park Public Library Branch for the first East Side Alliance Teacher Appreciation Bash! Amidst the live DJ, mingling and food, teachers popped into the PBS LearningMedia Digital Resource Bar and toured thousands of curriculum-targeted and Common Core-aligned resources in PBS […]

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KQED at Digital Media and Learning Conference

Events & Conferences | June 3, 2015 | 0 Comments

KQED at Digital Media and Learning Conference

KQED will be presenting an Ignite Talk and a panel discussion at DML 2015.

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E-book: Engineering Is Diagnosing Diseases with Origami Microscopes

General | May 29, 2015

E-book: Engineering Is Diagnosing Diseases with Origami Microscopes

Access to healthcare and diagnostic tools aren’t always easy to come by in many parts of the world. In this e-book from KQED, discover how engineers from Stanford University designed an easy-to-use, easy-to-fix, paper microscope that costs $1 to produce in order to help people in remote areas diagnose diseases.

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