In the past two weeks, students across the nation discussed whether they can enjoy a piece of artwork, from music to paintings, produced by an artist who leads a controversial life in our #DoNowArtist post. We asked students Can you still appreciate a work of art even if you don’t like the artist as a person? Should we continue to celebrate art by people who do bad things? Can you separate the art from the artist? Should you?
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 […]
Be a Panel Picker! In March 2014 many of the most energetic and innovative leaders will gather in Austin, Texas for the Annual SXSW to connect, collaborate and improve how we teach and learn. SXSWedu panels are currently being selected based on community input. Your vote is needed to share KQED at the South by […]
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.
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 […]
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, […]
KQED Education is headed to ISTE. Check out our workshops and presentations listed below and visit us in the exhibit hall at the PBS booth where there will be mini presentations, goodie bags and a Kindle Fire drawing each day! PBS Booth Participants KQED Education PBS Ready To Learn PBS LearningMedia ITVS Newshour PBS Kids […]
This week, KQED’s Arts & Media education team descended upon the University of California’s Arts, Media & Entertainment curriculum institute (UCCI), which “brings together educators from around the state to collaborate on the creation of model high school courses that anchor traditional academic learning in real-world experience.” We are working with teachers, observing their curriculum […]