KQED Education partnered with our friends at Bay Area Video Coalition (BAVC)’s NextGen program to host a digital storytelling workshop at Dreamforce — the mega conference from Salesforce that drew over 160,000 people to San Francisco from September 14-18.
After a controversial article was posted on Deadline.com, questions were raised about the equality of representation of women of color on television. Read what students had to say about the representation of women of color in the media.
Feminism is a term that represents the equality of all people regardless of gender. Read what students had to say about how women of color, such as Beyoncé—who identify as modern feminists— are changing the landscape of pop culture today.
Are you taking your students on a museum field trip this year? Today, we are happy to present the perfect piece of media to help prepare students for a visit to an art museum. This film project was produced in partnership with the de Young Museum and their teen ambassador program, and expertly shot and […]
Last week, KQED co-presented a workshop at the Digital Media and Learning Conference here in San Francisco about the youth media network that we recently initiated. BAYMN (Bay Area Youth Media Network, pronounced BAM!) is comprised of over 16 organizations with the common goal of working with youth in media production to build civic engagement. […]
To respond to the Do Now, you can comment below or tweet your response. Be sure to begin your tweet with @KQEDEdspace and end it with #KQEDDoNow For more info on how to use Twitter, click here. Do Now Write a short rhyme about a childhood dream or ambition. Introduction “The written word can be […]
Here is a special event for educators: ITVS, KQED, SFFS and BAVC present: Media Innovators in Education The Bay Area is rich in media creators and technologists and a hot bed of media innovation in the classroom. The area’s leading non-profit media organizations are coming together to honor educators in our community who are using […]