Learn a new media-making skill in just one week.

KQED Teach facilitated courses are like an online PD bootcamp.  KQED Teach self-paced courses are always online for free, but these one-week sessions provide daily email prompts that help you commit to and complete the process of learning media-making skills you can then integrate into your teaching.

Each week-long course takes about 15-30 min/day to complete. You can do that work whenever it fits in your schedule. And, at the end, you will have created evidence that can support applying for a micro-credential that leads to PBS Media Literacy Educator Certification.

Sign up for a free, facilitated course now.

  • Making Memes & GIFs, Oct 7-13
    Note:  This facilitated cohort is finished, but you can click the course title to take it free online, at your own pace, anytime.
    Learn how you can use memes and gifs in your teaching, and get practice in analyzing this media format.
    Associated micro-credential: Making Media for Classroom Use: Images, Graphics and Interactives
  • Finding & Evaluating Information, Oct 21-27
    Between misinformation, advertising and algorithms, it can be hard to know how to find reliable online sources. Build your source-checking skills in this one-week facilitated course.
    Associated micro-credential: Evaluating Online Information  
  • Making Infographics, Nov 18-24
    Make your very own infographic! In this course, you’ll learn how to use visual design and data to tell a story.
    Associated micro-credential: Making Media for Classroom Use: Images, Graphics and Interactives
  • Safety & Privacy in Participatory Culture, Jan 13-17
    In this course, you’ll learn how to support your students’ safety and privacy online so they can get started making media!
    Associated micro-credentials: Evaluating Online Tools for Classroom Use and Creating a Code of Conduct

The California Department of Education (CDE) recently highlighted KQED Teach and PBS Media Literacy Educator Certification by KQED as the go-to professional learning resources for media literacy for teachers in the state.

Register Now for Facilitated Courses on KQED Teach 11 October,2019Jordan Stewart-Rozema


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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