Attending Educating for Careers Conference in Sacramento March 2nd- 4th? Join KQED for one of many sessions at the Educating for Careers: Linking Learning to Life Conference at the Sacramento Convention Center. This annual conference is centered on career technical education (CTE).

Energy: Connecting Fundamentals to Practice with Multimedia
Sunday, March 2nd 2:30pm to 4:30pm
Room: Exhibit Hall E
Engage your students in the classroom by learning how to incorporate multimedia e-books and iTunes U courses to introduce, reinforce or review topics about green energy and how the concepts relate to the real-world.

Digging Deep with PBS LearningMedia: Video Use for Teaching and Learning
Sunday, March 2nd 2:30pm to 4:30pm
Room: Exhibit Hall E
Looking for new ways to incorporate media into the classroom? Come out and explore a wide variety of resources, including PBS LearningMedia videos in all subjects, to encourage students to ask questions and learn through multimedia.

Art School: Make the Common Core Come Alive with Arts Media
Monday, March 3rd 1:15pm to 2:30pm
Room: 312
Learn about KQED’s Art School videos to engage your students in AME academies. Experience new resources that focus on the study of arts-associated careers and artists’ design choices, relating directly to Common Core instruction.

Connecting the Newsroom and the Classroom
Monday March 3rd 1:15pm to 2:30pm
Room: Carmel
Open the doors of learning beyond the classroom by discovering new ways to teach through current events. Educators will be introduced to KQED’s News Education project and share opportunities for connecting textbook concepts with real world events to enhance student engagement.

CPA Business Partner Panel
Monday, March 3rd 1:15pm to 2:30pm
Room: 315
California Partnership Academies create and sustain strong partnerships with business, industry, and community. Panelists will share their experiences and examples of their work, along with why and how they support CPA.

Biotechnology: Making Real-World Connections
Tuesday, March 4th 9:30am to 10:45am
Room: Magnolia
Check out new resources to engage students, promote biotechnology careers, and connect standards to current scientific research. Learn how free, multimedia-rich e-books and iTunes U courses can be used to learn about the biotechnology industry.

KQED Do Now: A National Debate on Current Events
Tuesday, March 4th 9:30am to 10:45am
Room: Compagno
Explore the importance of social media, mobile devices, and digital media production in education. Educators will learn how to implement Do Now with their students to generate a strong sense of civic engagement and digital literacy.


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