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Posts Categorized: KQED Education
Teachers are using Letters to the Next President 2.0 to engage their students with civic and political issues, and to amplify their students’ voices on the issues that matter to them.
Our partner, KQED compiled a list of the ten best resources to help educators prepare for the fall by building curricula that engage students with the Presidential election using Letters to the Next President 2.0.
As the 2015 CLMOOC continues through a fifth Make Cycle, we’re excited that our partners, KQED and the National Park Service, will be leading the final two weeks. It’s not too late to jump into Make Cycle #5, Stories and Spaces!
KQED’s learning and education technology blog MindShift has long been one of our go-to sources for news about the future of learning. MindShift recently released the Guide to Digital Games and Learning – a comprehensive resource that answers many of the most pressing questions that educators, parents and others have raised around using digital games […]
NewsHour Extra, PBS NewsHour’s educational resource site and an Educator Innovator partner, is challenging students with its annual #MyZeitgeist contest to create digital projects about the most important news events of 2014. Inspired by Google’s annual Zeitgeist year-in-review montage, #MyZeitgeist encourages innovation in the classroom, news and media literacy and an understanding of how current events […]
By Matt Williams, Educational Technologist, KQED #TeachDoNow is a free, collaborative learning experience offered by KQED this summer in partnership with Educator Innovator and the National Writing Project. This online opportunity is open to anyone interested in learning how to use Twitter and other media sharing applications to promote social and civic discourse with students and will […]
A Day to Celebrate, Explore, Question, and Look Ahead On February 5, 2014, educators and students around the country participated in Digital Learning Day (#DLDay). The National Writing Project and Educator Innovator, along with the Afterschool Alliance, were among the core partners and sponsored a set of #Make4DLDay challenges. (View the story “Digital Learning Day: […]