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Make the Common Core Come Alive with KQED Arts Media

Arts | March 27, 2014 | 1 Comment

Make the Common Core Come Alive with KQED Arts Media

As Common Core instruction ramps up, it is important to find ways to integrate the arts to keep students engaged and help flex their creative and collaborative muscles.

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Get Inspired by “Art School” artist Ala Ebtekar

Teacher Trainings for Arts | January 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

Get Inspired by “Art School” artist Ala Ebtekar

As KQED Arts Education kicks off 2014, we are focusing on the work of artist Ala Ebtekar, who takes traditional Iranian painting techniques and mashes them up with his own visual culture, which is influenced by graffiti and hip hop. He is the newest artist featured on KQED Art School. Local educator Cecilia Garcia shared a project inspired by Ebtekar’s work that she did with her students at James Lick High School in San Jose. The idea for the project came about during a KQED workshop last summer presented in collaboration with di Rosa and Ebtekar.

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KQED at Teachers 4 Social Justice Conference

Conferences | October 9, 2013 | 0 Comments

KQED at Teachers 4 Social Justice Conference

   Each year hundreds of educators both locally and nationally gather to network, explore empowering learning environments and develop a professional learning community at the Teaching for Social Justice– The Politics of Pedagogy Conference taking place Saturday, October 12th at Mission High School in San Francisco. KQED News Education Editor Mathew Green will be facilitating a […]

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KQED at California Science Education Conference (CSTA)

Conferences | September 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

KQED at California Science Education Conference (CSTA)

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 […]

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Make a Short Film with KQED

Arts | August 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

Make a Short Film with KQED

KQED Arts Ed will be presenting once again at the Alameda County Office of Education’s annual Integrated Summer Institute. The three-day institute is packed with dynamic mini-courses, speakers and performers. Coming up on August 13-15, KQED is partnering with SFMOMA’s Education department to lead a digital storytelling workshop.

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How to Create a Narrated Slideshow about Current Events

Online Training Modules | July 25, 2013 | 1 Comment

How to Create a Narrated Slideshow about Current Events

Most students entering the workforce will be expected to have media production skills. From Facebook to YouTube, most industries will require job applicants to have at least some basic skill set with online multimedia platforms. In social studies, English language arts, and journalism classrooms, simple media production activities are a dynamic way for students to become fluent in these technical 21st Century skills, while representing their work through creative, innovative projects.

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Students Make Videos to Document their Inquiry-Based Learning

In the Classroom | June 28, 2013 | 1 Comment

Students Make Videos to Document their Inquiry-Based Learning

Crissy Field Center is a dynamic hub of youth engagement for Golden Gate National Parks where they help youth better understand their environment and inspire them to be active citizens in their commmunity. Project WISE is one of their great programs where Environmental Science students from Galileo High School identify local environmental issues and then create experiments to test the magnitude of these potential hazards.

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Summer Workshop Series: A Walk Down Sensory Lane

In-Person Trainings | June 13, 2013 | 0 Comments

Summer Workshop Series: A Walk Down Sensory Lane

Young children love learning about the natural world. And, as educators, we want students to care about the world by studying and learning from it. But a nature study may only happen on a field trip or through the lens of a class-made biosphere. The schoolyard itself or a walk along the school boundaries doesn’t […]

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