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Art Films from the Integrated Learning Summer Institute

Arts | September 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

Art Films from the Integrated Learning Summer Institute

Teachers attended the Integrated Learning Summer Institute at Chabot Space and Science Center over the summer, and many of them created their own short films with the help of education specialists from KQED and SFMOMA. Here’s what Joel Wanek of KQED Arts had to say about it: “The goal of the workshop was to acclimate educators and artists to multimedia editing and to encourage the creation of multimedia pieces the classroom. We teamed up with Calcagno Cullen in SFMOMA’s Education Department to present the workshop…”

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PD Module #3: Videos for Science Education (self-paced)

6 -12 Science | June 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

PD Module #3: Videos for Science Education (self-paced)

As science educators, we know how important critical thinking and new technology skills are in the scientific community. The ability to question and make sense of the world around us is a skill we value highly in the scientific world. We recognize that if our students are going to become the next scientific innovators and responsible citizens, they need, skills to gather and evaluate data, make informed decisions, and communicate their ideas to others.

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In the Studio with Kirsten Lepore

Art School | April 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

In the Studio with Kirsten Lepore

Kirsten Lepore is an artist and filmmaker who works with different animation techniques, including stop-motion animation and claymation. Creating personal short films and animated segments for clients such as Yo Gabba Gabba, Whole Foods, and MTV, Lepore is known for her hand-fabricated film sets and characters made from an eclectic mix of materials including clay, food, sand and snow.

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Three Innovative Arts Education Resources

Arts | January 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

Three Innovative Arts Education Resources

Check out three of our favorite resources focused on visual arts in education: Red Studio is the Museum of Modern’s Arts interactive and collaborative project with high school students in New York City. Exploring “issues and questions raised by teens about today’s modern art, working artists, and what goes on behind the scenes at a […]

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Four Great Sites for Teaching About the Science of Winter Sports

6 -12 Science | December 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

Four Great Sites for Teaching About the Science of Winter Sports

Winter break is just around the corner! And there’s a good chance that some of your students will be watching or participating in winter sports during the break or over the next few months. Engage students with examples of scientific concepts in action! Teach about the science of skiing, ice hockey, snowboarding, ice skating and […]

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The impact of video in education (infographic)

Digital Tools | November 9, 2012 | 3 Comments

The impact of video in education (infographic)

Earlier this week, Ed Tech Times posted an insightful infographic about the power of video in education. It was produced by Cisco to accompany their recently published white paper.

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Media Ripping Tools 1: Easy YouTube Video Downloader

Video Educasts | October 26, 2012 | 0 Comments

Media Ripping Tools 1: Easy YouTube Video Downloader

Remixing video has become a popular cultural movement. We see it all over the internet where people re-purpose video to convey an alternative message. The Mister Rogers remix entitled Garden of Your Mind, produced by PBS Digital Studios takes hundreds of clips from dozens of episodes to create an inspirational song about learning. The audio […]

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Digital Portraits and Cindy Sherman

Arts | August 13, 2012 | 2 Comments

Digital Portraits and Cindy Sherman

KQED Arts Education and a group of local educators just completed our second annual “Digital Portraits” course for educators. Last year, we studied California artist Robert Arneson‘s approach portraiture and created short, autobiographical films (Check out last year’s assignment and two of the films in the Edspace archive). This summer, the artist we looked to […]

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Science Lab in San Mateo County – Classroom by the Bay

K-5 Science | July 30, 2012 | 38 Comments

Science Lab in San Mateo County – Classroom by the Bay

Just a few weeks before the start of another school year, 22 teachers across San Mateo County gathered at Marine Science Institute, located in Redwood City. This group of Pre-K to 3rd grade teachers registered for KQED Science Lab and were excited to plunge into four days of professional development. The teachers came dressed in […]

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Five Ways to Use PBS LearningMedia in Your Classroom

PBS LearningMedia | April 23, 2012 | 0 Comments

Five Ways to Use PBS LearningMedia in Your Classroom

PBS LearningMedia is the next generation digital library from PBS and affiliates designed for educators to engage students in media-rich learning environments with videos, audio, and interactives. With over 20,000 resources, and more being added weekly, LearningMedia is the place to reimagine classroom learning, transform your teaching, and engage your students in new ways. There […]

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