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PBS LM ASSETEXAMPLE: Anatomy of A Homerunhttp://ca.pbslearningmedia.org/content/6bba34e9-2f69-4fa4-bbf4-5ff68efe77a9/KQED: A VabaInvestigate the basic physics principles behind the techniques used by baseball players.ongoing
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TRAININGEAMPLE: PBS Learning Media Webinar: 1/4/2013CA.PBSLearningMedia.orgKQED: A VabaGet training on how to make use of PBS Learning Media, an online multimedia platform for educators. 1/4/2013
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COLLECTIONEXAMPLE: STEM Alivehttp://www.kvie.org/education/educators/stem/stem.htmKVIE: STEM Alive provides teachers with greater access to training in core STEM topics.ongoing
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EVENTEXAMPLE: Bay Area Science Festival http://www.bayareascience.org/KQED: A VabaBay Area Science Festival showcases fun of science with interactive exhibits, experiments, games, and shows.11/1/2011
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ResourceKQED Arts Education: In the Studio with Jeremy Suttonhttp://education.kqed.org/edspace/2011/11/08/in-the-studio-with-jeremy-sutton/ http://youtu.be/_du6CwQu_9I KQED: k.farrThis lively and colorful video interview with portrait painter Jeremy Sutton will inspire writing and painting projects in your classroom, as well as art history research projects.http://education.kqed.org/edspace/files/2011/11/DannyArmstrongpainting.jpgongoingongoing
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ResourceKQED Do Now #13: Is Affordable Housing a Right?http://education.kqed.org/edspace/2011/12/02/do-now-13-is-affordable-housing-a-right/KQED: M. GreenAffordable housing has become scarce in many parts of California. Students can join the Do Now conversation about affordable housing with this week's activity.12/2/20111/8/2012
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Resource KQED Do Now #14: Earth-Like Planethttp://education.kqed.org/edspace/2011/12/09/do-now-14-earth-like-planet/KQED: A. SwensnrudDo you think it is important for scientists to be searching for signs of extraterrestrial life?  Why or why not? Students can join the Do Now conversation about extraterrestrial life with this week's activity. Students can also join the conversation on Twitter@Kqeddonow. Be sure to begin your tweet with @KQEDDoNow and end it with #DoNow1412/12/201112/19/2011
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PBS LM AssetThe Inhabitable Zonehttp://ca.pbslearningmedia.org/content/kqed07.sci.ess.eiu.habitzone/KQED: A SwensenrudThe search for life on distant planets in the universe has spurred scientists to more carefully explore the conditions of our own planet Earth and what characteristics and conditions allow us to live in relative balance within the structure of the solar system.12/12/2011rotate
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ResourceKQED Do Now #15: Deal with Debthttp://education.kqed.org/edspace/2011/12/16/do-now-15-deal-with-debt/KQED: M EinhornWhat should Congress do about our national debt? Should the pain fall on the wealthiest Americans or on government programs, such as Medicare? Students can also join the conversation on Twitter@Kqeddonow. Be sure to begin your tweet with @KQEDDoNow and end it with #DoNow1512/19/20111/30/2012
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Resource KQED Do Now #14: Earth-Like Planethttp://education.kqed.org/edspace/2011/12/09/do-now-14-earth-like-planet/KQED: A. SwensnrudDo you think it is important for scientists to be searching for signs of extraterrestrial life?  Students can join the Do Now conversation about extraterrestrial life with this week's activity.1/9/20121/17/2012
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ResourceKQED Do Now #16: Is Graffiti Art?http://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/01/20/do-now-16-is-graffiti-art/KQEDIn your opinion, is graffiti art? Why or why not? TO RESPOND TO THE DO NOW, YOU CAN COMMENT OR TWEET YOUR RESPONSE.http://education.kqed.org/edspace/files/2012/01/WalkOnBy.jpg1/17/20121/30/2012
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Resource How Did We Get Here?http://blogs.kqed.org/howdwegethere/2012/01/12/how-much-do-you-really-know-about-martin-luther-king-jr/KQEDMost Americans consider Martin Luther King, Jr. a national hero. But increasingly, schools throughout the country are failing to teach even basic information about him and the Civil Rights Movement that he helped lead. So, how much do you know? Test your knowledge here.http://blogs.kqed.org/howdwegethere/files/2012/01/11949845711209973820martin_luther_king_jr._h_03.svg_.med_.png1/19/20121/27/2012
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EventHistory Through Art and Filmhttp://education.kqed.org/edspace/files/2012/01/Mt.-Vernon.jpgKQEDJoin KQED Education and The Museum of the African Diaspora for a three-part educator workshop about art, history, and making media.Open to Educators in grades 6 - 12 and there are three required sessions: January 28, February 3-4.http://education.kqed.org/edspace/files/2012/01/Mt.-Vernon.jpg1/19/20121/27/2012
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CollectionRise and Fall of Jim Crowhttp://ca.pbslearningmedia.org/content/#q=the+rise+and+fall+of+jim+crow&page=1&per_page=20KQEDPBS LearningMedia has 44 educational resources including video, audio, lesson plans and interactives from the series The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow, the PBS 4 part series chronicles a significant era in American history.http://education.kqed.org/edspace/files/2012/01/jimcrow.jpg/2012ongoing for February
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CollectionSTEM Alive Teacher Training Videoskvie.org/stemKVIESTEM Alive, a partnership of RAFT of Greater Sacramento and KVIE Public Television, leverages the expertise of RAFT educators with the power of public television to create an educator video training series focused on STEM topics. Based on the teacher-tested, learner-centered RAFT Idea Sheets, each video invites educators to explore a new STEM-based hands-on activity guaranteed to spark student interest and motivate further scientific inquiry.1/27/2012 and 2/17/2012
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EventKVIE PBS KIDS GO! Writers Contesthttp://kviekids.org/writers_contest/default.htmKVIECall all K-3 students! Give us your best stories. Write and illustrate your own original story and enter for a chance to win prizes at both the local and national levels. Each author receives a certificate of achievement and winning stories will be published at kviekids.org.rotating in February and MarchApril 2012 (rotate)
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Lesson Plans and Online InteractiveDebating the Deltakvie.org/deltaKVIEDebating the Delta is an informative, important program that examines questions impacting almost everyone across our thirsty Golden State.http://www.kvie.org/education/images/debating_the_delta_image.jpg1/27/2012
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CollectionAmerica's Heartlandamericasheartland.org/educationKVIEThis section is dedicated to those interested in learning and sharing more about the fascinating topics covered on America's Heartland.http://www.americasheartland.org/images/logo_ah_big.png2 weeks in February
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Online GamesGames for Preschool Kidshttp://www.kviekids.org/games/default.htmlKVIEOnline games for preschool-age kids created especially for California preschoolers! Explore, play, and learn with KVIE Kids!http://www.kvie.org/education/images/games_preschool_image.jpg
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Online ResourcesHow'd We Get There: The News Explained: How One Law Packed California's Prisonshttp://blogs.kqed.org/howdwegethere/2012/01/23/the-law-that-help-pack-californias-prisons/KQEDIn the 1970s, a single state act – The Uniform Determinate Sentencing Law – transformed how California sentenced its criminals.http://blogs.kqed.org/howdwegethere/files/2012/01/218883_ChinoPrisonInmates081511.jpg
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Online ResourcesCan I Use That? http://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/01/25/can-i-use-this-in-my-media-project/KQEDOne of the most common questions that I encounter during media production trainings with educators is, "Am I allowed to use copyrighted material in my project?" Well, to all of you educators, the answer is yes, but it's not so simple1/27/2012
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Online ResourcesDo Now #17: Pay To Play Politics -- The Rise of the Super PAChttp://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/01/27/do-now-17-pay-to-play-politics-the-rise-of-the-super-pac/KQEDShould there be limits placed on the amount of money an individual or organization can contribute to a political candidate running for election? TO RESPOND TO THE DO NOW, YOU CAN COMMENT OR TWEET YOUR RESPONSE.http://education.kqed.org/edspace/files/2012/01/67359586.jpg1/30/20122/6/2012
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Online ResourcesDo Now #18: Turning Resolutions into Habitshttp://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/02/03/do-now-18-turning-resolutions-into-habits/KQEDDid you make any New Year’s resolutions? Have you stuck with them? Why or why not?    TO RESPOND TO THE DO NOW, YOU CAN COMMENT BELOW OR TWEET YOUR RESPONSE.http://education.kqed.org/edspace/files/2012/02/january-calendar.jpg2/6/2012
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Online ResourcesDo Now #19: Designed by Apple in California Assembled in Chinahttp://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/02/10/do-now-19-designed-by-apple-in-california-assembled-in-china/KQEDShould Apple build the iPhone here? Why or why not? TO RESPOND TO THE DO NOW, YOU CAN COMMENT OR TWEET YOUR RESPONSE.http://education.kqed.org/edspace/files/2012/02/iPad_back.jpg2/13/2012
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Online ResourcesHow'd We Get There: The News Explained: If Super PACs Were Allowed In High School Elections…
http://blogs.kqed.org/howdwegethere/2012/02/06/what-if-super-pacs-were-allowed-in-high-school-elections/KQEDImagine this: It’s election season at Dudley High. Students are gearing up to vote for their next Student Body President. Keep reading. http://blogs.kqed.org/howdwegethere/files/2012/02/election.jpg2/10/20122/17/2012
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WebinarPBS LearningMedia Online Training https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/476846262FREE Online Training: Thursday, March 22nd from 4PM-5PM Learn the ropes around PBS LearningMedia. NEXT WEBINAR: Wednesday, March 28th from 7pm-8pm.
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Online ResourcesDo Now # 20 Beats, Rhymes, and Lifehttp://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/02/17/do-now-20-beats-rhymes-and-life/KQED"The written word can be poured into any vessel. I do it now. It’s poured into video, into a painting, into a public-domain practice. It’s the idea that holds it together for me."http://education.kqed.org/edspace/files/2012/02/bradford-024-2.jpg2/21/2012
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Online ResourcesKQED Science Youth Media Festivalhttp://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/02/24/kqed-science-youth-media-festival/KQEDAPPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN FOR THE 1ST ANNUAL KQED SCIENCE YOUTH MEDIA FESTIVAL, HOSTED AT CALIFORNIA ACADEMY OF SCIENCES ON JUNE 10, 2012, 3-5PM.http://education.kqed.org/edspace/files/2012/02/KQED_EdNet_Science_bBABE2B.jpg2/21/2012
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Online ResourcesDO NOW #22 Wolves in our Misthttp://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/03/05/do-now-22-wolves-in-our-midst/KQEDTO RESPOND TO THE DO NOW, YOU CAN COMMENT BELOW OR TWEET YOUR RESPONSE. BE SURE TO BEGIN YOUR TWEET WITH @KQEDEDSPACE AND END IT WITH #KQEDDONOWhttp://education.kqed.org/edspace/files/2012/03/0105_imnaha_pack_alpha_male_odfw.jpg3/5/2012
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Online ResourcesDO NOW #23 Why Do So Many Students Drop Out of High Schoolhttp://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/03/09/do-now-23-why-do-so-many-students-drop-out-of-high-school/KQEDTO RESPOND TO THE DO NOW, YOU CAN COMMENT BELOW OR TWEET YOUR RESPONSE. BE SURE TO BEGIN YOUR TWEET WITH @KQEDEDSPACE AND END IT WITH #KQEDDONOWhttp://education.kqed.org/edspace/files/2012/03/graduates_harryus_flickr1.jpg3/12/2012
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Online ResourcesDo Now #24: Fun and Gameshttp://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/03/16/do-now-24-fun-and-games/KQEDName a game you played as a kid that you could reference in an artwork. Do you remember distinct characters or colors? Which games were most significant for you? TO RESPOND TO THE DO NOW, YOU CAN COMMENT BELOW OR TWEET YOUR RESPONSE. BE SURE TO BEGIN YOUR TWEET WITH @KQEDEDSPACE AND END IT WITH #KQEDDONOWhttp://education.kqed.org/edspace/files/2012/03/5589183352_74010df436_z.jpg3/19/2012
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Online ResourcesThe Low Down: Interactive Timeline: A Brisk Hike Through California’s State Parks
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http://blogs.kqed.org/howdwegethere/2012/03/12/interactive-timeline-a-brisk-hike-through-americas-oldest-state-park-system/KQEDDuring difficult economic times, it’s no surprise that public resources like state parks are given low priority. But, a quick look at the rapid growth of California’s park system over the last century shows how unprecedented the current threat is.3/19/2012
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Online Resources Do Now #25 Every Move You Make - Who is Watching You?http://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/03/23/do-now-25-every-move-you-make-who-is-watching-you/KQEDIs your digital footprint important? Does it matter what you reveal online? Why or why not? TO RESPOND TO THE DO NOW, YOU CAN COMMENT OR TWEET YOUR RESPONSE.
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Online ResourcesIn the Gallery With Sandow Burkttp://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/03/28/in-the-gallery-with-sandow-birk/KQEDSandow Birk was featured on KQED's Spark when he was making paintings about an imagined war between Northern and Southern California.
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Online ResourcesDo Now #26: When is it Okay to Defend Yourself?http://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/04/06/do-now-27-when-is-it-ok-to-defend-yourself/KQED
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Online ResourcesDo Now #27: Art and Ecologyhttp://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/04/11/what-will-be-obsolete-in-2020/KQEDThe painting above seems to comment about ecological systems and the environment, but what do you think it is saying?
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Online ResourcesA Brief History of Social MediaKQED
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Online ResourcesWhat Will Be Obsolete in 2020?http://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/04/11/what-will-be-obsolete-in-2020/KQEDWe asked a few of those who attended Big Ideas Fest, a recent gathering of teachers, administrators, entrepreneurs and policymakers, to predict what they think will be obsolete in 2020.
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Online ResourcesWork Voices 2http://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/04/09/work-voices-2-–-esther-amuyunzu-medical-student/KQEDWork Voices takes the form of a series of authentic interviews with former ESL students who are employed in vocational areas that offer interesting and feasible opportunities – areas that ESL students may not have thought of, but highlight possible career paths for immigrants.
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Online Resources5 ways to use PBS LM in your classroomhttp://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/04/23/five-ways-to-use-pbs-learningmedia-in-your-classroom/KQEDThere are many ways to go about searching for different resources, but what are the most effective ways to use this library?http://education.kqed.org/edspace/files/2012/04/pbs-learningmedia.jpg
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Online ResourcesDo Now # 29 "We the People" and Health Carehttp://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/04/27/do-now-29-we-the-people-and-health-care/KQEDShould we be required to have health insurance? Why or why not? What could be beneficial or problematic in either case?
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Online ResourcesDo Now #31: Are LOL Cats and Internet Memes Art?http://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/05/13/do-now-31-are-lol-cats-and-internet-memes-art/KQEDDo you think creative, funny internet memes could be considered artwork? If not, how you would categorize them?
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Online ResourcesRivers of Fire, Toxic Air and the Good Old Days of U.S. Environmentalismhttp://blogs.kqed.org/lowdown/2012/05/04/when-america-embraced-environmental-regulations/KQEDEarth Day, in many respects, has blossomed impressively since first sprouting in 1970 as an American-focused event; today it’s considered the world’s largest secular celebration.
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Online ResourcesDo Now #30: Making a Meal of Mealwormshttp://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/05/05/do-now-30-making-a-meal-of-mealworms/KQEDWould you consider eating insects? What if food resources were scarce?
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Online ResourcesDo Now # 33: Cyberbullyinghttp://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/05/26/do-now-33-cyberbullying/KQEDWe have all met bullies face to face – but what about online? Do you feel safe online? And how can you protect yourself from online bullies?
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Online ResourcesProp 29: Should Smoking in California Be More Expensive?http://blogs.kqed.org/lowdown/2012/05/25/whosmokes/KQEDDisparities in smoking rates across economic, racial, educational, and gender lines remain wide.
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Online ResourcesMaking Sense of California’s New “Top-Two” Primaryhttp://blogs.kqed.org/lowdown/2012/05/15/californias-new-top-two-primary-explained/KQEDOn top of sorting through the inevitably hefty batch of candidates and confounding propositions, voters will now have the added challenge of deciphering a brand new set of rules.
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Online ResourcesDo Now 34: Learning to Ridehttp://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/06/02/do-now-34-learning-to-ride/KQEDWhat was the hardest part of learning to ride a bicycle? What would you change about how today's bicycles are designed?
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Online ResourcesPermission to Makehttp://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/05/24/permission-to-make-adam-savage/KQEDMythBusters host Adam Savage has a thing or two to say about the importance of tinkering — even if that means it gets messy.
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Online ResourcesInternational Orange: Celebrating the Golden Gate Bridgehttp://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/05/18/internationalorange/KQEDFor the 75th anniversary of the Golden Gate Bridge artist Stephanie Syjuco created an expansive shop of souvenirs produced in a monochrome palette: the memorable orange hue of the Golden Gate Bridge.
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Online ResourcesOpen Education Sites Offer Free Content for Allhttp://blogs.kqed.org/mindshift/2011/10/open-education-sites-offer-free-content-for-all/KQEDHere’s a comprehensive list of open education sites KQED's MindShift has covered.
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Online ResourcesIs Peer Input as Important as Content for Online Learning?KQEDThe next stage of the open education movement has evolved into Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) — the key word being “massive,” as in drawing tens or hundreds of thousands of students.
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Online ResourcesDo Now 35: The Nanny Statehttp://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/06/15/do-now-36-the-“nanny-state”-nurture-or-nuisance/KQED
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Online ResourcesIn the Classroom: Burton High School's Do NowKQED
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Online ResourcesMindshift: Three Things to Unlearn About Educationhttp://blogs.kqed.org/mindshift/2012/07/three-things-to-unlearn-about-learning/KQED
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Online ResourcesLowdown: Making Sense of the Health Care Decisionhttp://blogs.kqed.org/lowdown/2012/07/06/making-sense-of-the-health-care-decision-a-multimedia-resource-roundup/KQED
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Online Resources Why Can't Girls Be Machine Engineers?http://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/06/28/why-cant-girls-be-machine-engineers/KQED
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Online ResourcesSeven Fun (and Cheap) Class Projects to Try with Videohttp://blogs.kqed.org/mindshift/2012/07/seven-fun-and-cheap-projects-to-try-with-video/KQEDFor educators interested in incorporating video into classroom lessons, here are seven projects to dive into.
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Online ResourcesMusic & Dance at the East Bay Center for Performing Artshttp://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/07/27/music-dance-at-the-east-bay-center-for-performing-arts/KQEDThis summer, KQED Education held a music and dance workshop for educators in partnership with the East Bay Center for Performing Arts in Richmond, a state-of-the-art space with multiple rehearsal rooms, a theater, and a rich history of dedication to youth performers and teaching artists
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Online ResourcesWho Votes in California? (Hint: it’s not the majority)http://blogs.kqed.org/lowdown/2012/07/27/3048/KQEDIncludes: interactive map of voting rates and party affiliation throughout California

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Online ResourcesKQED Back to School Elections Event http://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/08/10/teachers-back-to-school-election-event-coming-to-kqed/KQED
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Online ResourcesFive Smart Habits to Develop for Back to Schoolhttp://blogs.kqed.org/mindshift/2012/08/five-smart-habits-to-develop-for-back-to-school/KQED
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Online ResourcesFour Creative Ways to Teach Common Core Using Public Mediahttp://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/08/31/four-creative-ways-to-teach-the-common-core-with-public-media/KQED
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Online ResourcesDropbox: A Multi-Tool for Educatorshttp://blogs.kqed.org/mindshift/2012/08/dropbox-a-multi-tool-for-educators/KQED
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Online ResourcesPrivacy, Equity, and other BYOD Concernshttp://blogs.kqed.org/mindshift/2012/09/privacy-equity-and-other-byod-concerns/KQED
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Online ResourcesDo Now #38: Should We Change the Way We Elect Our President?http://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/09/14/do-now-38-should-we-change-the-way-we-elect-our-president/KQED
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EventBAYMN Presents Rise to the Occasion Youth Media Festival

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Online ResourcesDo Now #39: To Suspend or Expel...Or Not, That’s the Question?http://education.kqed.org/edspace/2012/09/21/do-now-39-to-suspend-or-expel-or-not-that’s-the-question/KQED
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EventNature Trackers at the LA Zoohttp://www.pbssocal.org/events/date/become-a-nature-tracker-at-the-l.a.-zooPBS SoCaLPBS SoCaL and Buddy the Dinosaur Take over the LA Zoo for a Nature Trackers themed day. http://www.pbssocal.org/images/DT_Clubhouse_1.jpg
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