Media Literacy Week kicks off next week, October 31- November 4, 2016. The National Association for Media Literacy Education has convened organizations from around the country to share resources and events to bolster students’ media literacy this week and throughout the school year. Find the complete curated list of suggestions here. Have more ideas for … Continue reading Four Activities for Media Literacy Week →
In celebration of Media Literacy Week, KQED is hosting an online meet and greet to explore our new online professional learning platform for educators, KQED Teach hosted by the KQED Teach team. On Thursday, November 3 at 3:30 PST/ 6:30 EST, drop by, meet the team behind KQED Teach and explore how you can learn … Continue reading Behind the Scenes with KQED Teach for Media Literacy Week →
Join KQED at the CA STEM Symposium in Anaheim on October 10-11, 2016. Thousands of STEM educators and advocates are returning to Anaheim to be inspired, to explore the latest in STEM education resources, and to learn from other STEM educators. Get hands on in the Maker Space with KQED by exploring the science of … Continue reading Science of Selfies, Maker Space, and KQED Sessions: CA STEM Symposium 2016 →
No other event will bring together this many California science educators in one location that is large enough to offer the diversity of programming our educators need, but also small enough to create an environment that allows for connections to be made, inspirations to be had, and moments to be shared. Join KQED in the … Continue reading California Science Education Conference with KQED in Palm Springs →
LeadLearn2016 is a professional learning forum for California K-12 schools and districts hosted by the California Subject Matter Project. LeadLearn2016 will be an opportunity for educators to engage in professional learning and collaborative leadership. It will highlight how strategic teacher leadership development can support and expand school-wide and district-wide reform efforts; improve instruction, student learning, … Continue reading KQED at LeadLearn 2016 →
Each year hundreds of educators both locally and nationally gather to network, explore empowering learning environments and develop a professional learning community at the Teachers 4 Social Justice Conference. KQED will be in the exhibiting area and will host a workshop.
The 2016 Summer Olympic Games kicked off last week. To commemorate the Olympic Games, here are PBS LearningMedia resources related to competitive sports and inspirational athletes. Are Olympic Competitors Geniuses? | Video | Arts | Grades 9-12 Everyone is obsessed with the Olympics right now, watching these geniuses push the boundaries of their field. The … Continue reading Six Resources for Teaching the Olympics →
How do you get to the moon? From building a rover to crashing landing on the moon, these four videos will help you do your own moon walking. Find hundreds more videos illuminating moon expeditions in PBS LearningMedia. NASA Ames Rocket to the Moon NASA scientists in Mountain View built a spaceship that they deliberately … Continue reading Four Videos for Rocketing to the Moon →
PBS LearningMedia has thousands of images from the Bridgeman Art Library, one of the largest archives of historical art images in the world. These resources spark interest in works of art and can strengthen cross-curricular learning.
These videos tell stories of soldiers and veterans from across the country and through the ages. PBS LearningMedia is the free public media digital library with trusted quality standards aligned resources for teaching and learning.
Memorial Day is an opportunity to reflect on the past by taking time out to honor those who have fallen in battle and to remember the long difficult wars that develop from the conflict of competing ideas and desires. Memorial Day also offers a rich backdrop for class exploration including discussions about the nature of … Continue reading Memorial Day Resources for Your Classroom →
Does the anniversary of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake trigger a landslide of questions from your students about why earthquakes happen, what faults are, or if scientists can predict quakes? Explore the science of earthquakes, from the Bay Area and beyond, with the following resources. Educator Guide: Exploring Earthquakes This robust guide is part of … Continue reading Shaking Things Up: 10 Resources for Exploring Earthquakes →