Discover your inner artist in a welcoming environment with outstanding instructors who understand the challenges you face in the classroom. No previous experience in the arts necessary. All are welcome.
offers educators the opportunity to expand their digital media skills and engage their students more deeply. KQED Teach online courses are free, flexible, and focused on the practical skills teachers need to make media, integrate it into instruction and teach students to do the same. Teachers learn at their own pace as they acquire skills that make media matter in their classroom by making content relevant and connecting it to real life.
We are also excited to offer SCCOE first access to our summer PD offerings. We will have three new facilitated KQED Teach courses.
More info and links to register below:
The Sound of Learning: Podcasting in the Classroom
(June 20 - August 1)
This summer, learn how to bring podcasting projects to your classroom with our six-week facilitated course. This course features two in-person Saturday workshops led by KQED media and curriculum experts who will also guide you through the online coursework and activities. Space is limited so register soon!
We're also offering two free, fully-online summer bootcamps. Take KQED Teach courses along with a supportive community of fellow educators, and participate in additional activities facilitated by with special guest teachers and experts. Sign up for KQED Teach to be notified when registration opens.
Using Media as Core Text (June 25-July 1)
In this one-week bootcamp, participants will learn how to effectively use media to teach core content.
Developing & Assessing Digital Writers
(July 9 - July 22)
In this two-week bootcamp, participants will take two KQED Teach courses: Developing a Blog and Managing & Assessing Media Projects. The courses will help participants plan and implement a classroom blogging project.
Free Professional Development Workshopfor California Music Educators