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?
Attending the Annual CUE Conference: CUE the Learning taking place from March 20-22nd in Palm Springs? Stop by the KQED booth and meet producers of our new educational resources. Special giveaways will take place during exhibit hall only times. Find out more by following @kqededspace on Twitter and like KQED Education on Facebook. CSLA members will be […]
Attending Educating for Careers Conference in Sacramento March 2nd- 4th? Join KQED for one of many sessions at the Educating for Careers: Linking Learning to Life Conference at the Sacramento Convention Center. This annual conference is centered on career technical education (CTE). Energy: Connecting Fundamentals to Practice with Multimedia Sunday, March 2nd 2:30pm to 4:30pm Room: Exhibit […]
Are you a digital superstar at your school? If you are creatively integrating digital media and technology in your classroom, we encourage you to apply to the 2014 PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovators Program. This year-long program is designed to foster and reward a community of 100 digitally-savvy K-12 educators.
The Region 4 Annual Bridging the Bay After School Conference (January 31 – February 1, 2014) begins today. 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. Join KQED for a workshop.
KQED and PBS LearningMedia are pleased to present St. Jarlath Catholic School in Oakland, CA with $10,000 in digital technology for use in the school’s classrooms. Shannon Jordan, a middle school science and religion teacher at St. Jarlath, took home the grand prize for her school. Jordan was randomly selected from over 18K entries in a sweepstakes promoted locally by KQED […]
We are gearing up for the California STEM Symposium taking place next week! We will be at the Share Fair, Exhibit Hall (Booth 414) and presenting several sessions. In advance of the symposium check out a sampling of resources and get your STEM on! Curriculum Enhancement, Digital Learning Objects and PBS LearningMedia Monday, November 18th: 11:00am-12:20pm […]
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 […]