Are you a KQED Teach user? Planning on applying the skills you learned from KQED Teach in the classroom in fall 2017? If so, we’d love to talk with you about your experiences.

This fall, KQED is conducting a series of case studies to better understand how you use KQED Teach resources and incorporate digital media into your classroom. By participating, you’ll help us make KQED Teach better for all educators.

The Details:

  • Must be a member of KQED Teach
  • Plan to use content or skills you learned from KQED Teach in the classroom during the fall 2017 semester
  • Available to participate in periodic phone/Skype interviews during the fall 2017 semester
  • Possibly allow observers to visit your class during a KQED Teach-inspired activity
  • Participants will receive $100 upon completion

Please fill out our contact form to get involved.

KQED Teach Users: Participate in our Case Study 24 August,2017Jordan Stewart-Rozema

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Jordan Stewart-Rozema

As the Online Learning Community Manager for KQED, Jordan develops instruction and coordinates the online professional learning community for KQED Teach. Previously, Jordan worked at Emory University as an Instructor and Digital Scholarship Consultant, developing and leading courses to help faculty incorporate digital media projects into their teaching. Jordan received her Ph.D. in philosophy from Emory University.

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