On October 20th at 4 p.m. PST, as part of Connected Educator Month, KQED Education and Educator Innovator will bring you a special #TeachDoNow installment on student civic engagement with social media. Join KQED Do Now teachers and their students from across the country as they discuss the ins and outs of using Twitter and […]
Tag: Cyrus Cylinder
Everyone wants to leave behind a mark on the world. For the past two weeks, students discussed what they wanted to be remembered for or what ways they wished to impact the world in our #DoNowLegacy post. Inspired by the Cyrus Cylinder exhibition, Art School featured artist Ala Ebtekar worked with students at the Asian Art Museum by asking them to discuss what they would engrave on their own Cylinder.
Art School-featured artist Ala Ebtekar created a project in collaboration with students at the Asian Art Museum on the occasion of the Cyrus Cylinder exhibition. If you were king or queen of the Universe, what message would you leave behind that would become your legacy for centuries to come? What are some of the major accomplishments you hope to achieve? What will you do to make the world better?