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Make With KQED and CLMOOC

Events | July 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

Make With KQED and CLMOOC

KQED will be hosting a make cycle for educators to make, play, learn and connect.

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Explainer: What Are Sanctuary Cities?

News & Civics | July 17, 2015

Explainer: What Are Sanctuary Cities?

Local sanctuary policies are in the national spotlight after an undocumented immigrant with a long criminal history was charged with killing a 32-year-old woman July 1 on a San Francisco pier.

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Activity: Air Pressure, It’s in the Bag

Science | July 17, 2015

Activity: Air Pressure, It’s in the Bag

In this activity, students are asked to create a change in air pressure using a garbage bag and vacuum cleaner, then create an illustration, model or concept map that explains what is happening.

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Summer Learning Series: Bike to the Future

PBS LearningMedia | July 16, 2015 | 0 Comments

Summer Learning Series: Bike to the Future

Inspire innovation this summer by biking to the future with the ELF, a new mode of transportation trying to bridge the gap between bicycles and cars

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Art + Activism with Sanaz Mazinani

Art School | July 16, 2015

Art + Activism with Sanaz Mazinani

Sanaz Mazinani is an artist with a background in political activism who uses art to inspire dialogue about perceptions of cultural identity. In the latest episode of Art School, she describes her current art practice and the intentions behind her recent installation at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco.

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California Redlining Maps: Blueprints of Modern Neighborhood Segregation [Interactives]

News & Civics | July 16, 2015

California Redlining Maps: Blueprints of Modern Neighborhood Segregation [Interactives]

A Supreme Court decision last month made clear that housing discrimination continues to be a serious civil rights issue.

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How Would You Design a Bicycle?

6 -12 Science | July 15, 2015 | 3 Comments

How Would You Design a Bicycle?

Learning to ride a bicycle is a strong memory from many of our childhoods. How did you learn how to ride a bicycle? What would you change about how today’s bicycles are designed?

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Creativity at The Core Conference

Arts | July 13, 2015 | 0 Comments

Creativity at The Core Conference

The deadline to sign up for the “Creativity at the Core” conference in Los Angeles is approaching on August 1. Sign up for this three-day institute focusing on integrating the arts into Common Core instruction.

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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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Summer Learning Series: Your Invitation to Get Moving!

PBS LearningMedia | July 8, 2015 | 0 Comments

Summer Learning Series: Your Invitation to Get Moving!

From exploring elements of dance to creating beats, this installment in our summer learning series invites learners to MOVE this summer– whether they’re dancing, twisting, stomping or running!

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