Tag: Do Now
There are more than a dozen wildfires burning in California. Today $2 out of every $3 that Congress gives the Forest Service is spent on fighting fires. KQED asked students this question: Who should foot the bill to fight wildfires? You can read more about the cost of wildfires in the Do Now entitled, “Who Should Pay […]
KQED asked students this question: If a large group of refugees were to suddenly move into your community, would you welcome them or would you have some serious concerns about them being there? Here’s what they had to say.
KQED posed the question: If you were to study an issue related to marine ecosystems, what would it be? Why? What ocean science career would you choose to pursue? You can read more about careers in marine science and issues related to marine ecosystems in the Do Now entitled, “What Would You Study About The […]
If you learned that an influx of refugees displaced by war were to relocate to your community, would you welcome them openly or would you want constraints on their integration into your community? Provide evidence to support your position.
How can you find inspiration by paying attention to the environment around you? This Do Now asks students to capture an everyday moment or juxtaposition of objects that seems meaningful in some way.
Featured Media Resource: Interactive Map (KQED News/The Lowdown) KQED News maps out the undergraduate annual in-state tuition and living fees of 23 California State University and 9 UC campuses. Use the interactive map below to compare the total estimated annual on-campus and off-campus costs. Do Now Given the rising costs of a public college […]
What do you believe is the role of public spaces? Public spaces can be physical (ie., a park, a beach, a bus) or virtual (ie., Tumblr, Second Life, Instagram). What is a public space that you find inspires creativity, reflection, or even social action? How might you express yourself publicly in that space?