Reinvigorate your teaching practice at the 6th annual California STEAM Symposium at the Long Beach Convention Center on October 28th and 29th. The California STEAM Symposium is a place for teachers to be inspired by and to utilize the event’s high-quality science, technology, engineering, art and math instruction resources. In 2017, the Symposium added art to that list of resources, recognizing the importance of encouraging creativity and self-expression in effective student participation in an otherwise purely technical curriculum.
Visit KQED at Booth #508 and explore the resources we offer that incorporate media literacy into STEAM education, and come to one of our sessions listed below!
KQED Session Info:
Arguing From Evidence in an Online World
Session #: 102
Session Type: 60 min
Date: Sunday, October 28
Room: LBCC 204
Every day, students consume content in a diverse range of media formats. Learn how to help your students analyze information, respond to online claims and argue from evidence with a free online platform for classrooms.