Welcome to a new teaching and learning media hub for students and educators alike, where amplifying youth voice and making media support civic engagement and real-world media literacy.
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Courses and standards-aligned curriculum resources to build teachers’ media literacy and boost student engagement.
Projects, activities, and focused cross-curricular content to encourage student participation through media-making and collaboration.
Best-in-class, trusted content, interactives, and project ideas that encourage students to ask questions, investigate, make, share, and reflect.
Find new activities every two weeks that encourage students to engage with, respond to and discuss current events. Students will explore timely, relevant topics through interactive maps, timelines, and our YouTube series, Above the Noise. It’s another high impact way to build media literacy and amplify youth voice.Go Above the Noise
Created to advance and inspire teacher innovation, KQED Teach offers a collection of hands-on professional learning opportunities all focused on the new Media Literacy. Educators can build skills in photography, podcasting, story-telling, and critical media use. These skills support all curriculum areas and help teachers maximize student engagement.Go to KQED Teach
This three-week, NGSS-aligned, project-based learning unit gives middle school students hands-on experience with the engineering design process. They develop solutions for the impacts of plastics on the environment and then create digital stories to share their solutions with the community!Go to Engineering for Good