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Join a KQED Education Teacher Working Group

In-Person Trainings | August 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

Join a KQED Education Teacher Working Group

Apply for KQED Working Groups Here! Are you a middle or high-school teacher interested in deepening your work with media and technology? Would you like to impact the resources developed by KQED for educators? We invite you to join the KQED working groups and become part of our think tank! KQED Education aims not only […]

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KQED Professional Learning for Teachers

Arts | May 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

KQED Professional Learning for Teachers

KQED is pleased to offer a variety of free, customizable trainings and professional learning opportunities for teachers to support the effective use of digital media in the classroom. Local Learning: Professional Development with KQED Designed for schools, districts, professional learning communities, or other groups of educators, these experiences can take on a number of different forms depending on […]

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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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How to Make Narrated Slideshows for Arts Education (self-paced)

Arts | April 29, 2013 | 0 Comments

How to Make Narrated Slideshows for Arts Education (self-paced)

Nearly every student who is in school today will enter the workforce needing skills in media production. From social media to YouTube videos, many industries will require a knowledge of how to leverage online platforms. In the arts classroom, media production is a dynamic way for students to gain these technical skills, while also practicing aesthetic valuing, design thinking, communication, and creative writing. All of these skills can be cultivated through the use of media-making projects. For this reason, student media-making projects are an excellent way to introduce these 21st century proficiencies.

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In the Classroom: A SLANT Approach to Learning at the Paul Revere School

In the Classroom | January 31, 2013 | 1 Comment

In the Classroom: A SLANT Approach to Learning at the Paul Revere School

Cynthia Vasquez teaches her Pre-K students at the Paul Revere School in San Francisco with the methodology of learning through play. Her approach is influenced by a group of teachers from the San Francisco Unified School District’s SLANT (Science, Literacy, Arts, and Technology) program where she explores ways of integrating each of these disciplines into […]

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In the Classroom: Young at Art

Arts | July 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

In the Classroom: Young at Art

The yearly Young At Art Festival is a living portfolio for the ongoing work of the San Francisco Unified School District’s Arts Education Master Plan, showcasing work in the visual and performing arts by students K-12. During the week of Young At Art, numerous arts based professional development workshops designed specially for teachers, principals, and […]

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In the Classroom: Rooftop School’s 4th Grade Art Film

Arts | November 21, 2011 | 0 Comments

In the Classroom: Rooftop School’s 4th Grade Art Film

Since 2009, KQED Arts Education has held workshops in stop-motion animation for both students and teachers. Inspired by Spark artist M.Dot Strange, and partnering with our friends at the Disposable Film Festival, the San Francisco Film Society, and Zeum, we’ve seen filmmakers of all ages produce their own digital animation projects. Stop-motion projects are low-tech […]

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Digital Self-Portrait Workshop 1.3

Arts | October 2, 2011 | 0 Comments

Digital Self-Portrait Workshop 1.3

Over the summer, a group of bay area educators participated in a media production workshop, Digital Self-Portraits at KQED. The workshop began with an inspirational day of art-making and viewing at SFMOMA and Zeum. After learning more from curator Julie Charles about contemporary portrait artists (including Robert Arneson and Janine Antoni), the group headed over […]

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