KQED hosts a variety of free online workshops, webinars and events for educators who want to meaningfully engage their students through media making and civic engagement.
Check out our upcoming events below. We hope to see you there!
Last updated: September 24, 2020
Data Storytelling With Infographics
Date: October 7
Time: 4pm PDT
The language of visual design offers a powerful way to engage students. How can educators use visual design to help students communicate complex ideas and data through infographics? In this workshop, attendees will learn about data visualization, hear from an educator who uses infographics in her classroom and get started on their own infographics using a free platform.
KQED Election 2020 Youth Media Screening
Date: October 21
Time: 4pm PDT
Celebrate youth voice and civic engagement ahead of the 2020 election and join us for a virtual screening of powerful and diverse student commentaries on election issues that matter to them. These informed, thoughtful perspectives from the Let’s Talk About Election 2020 youth media challenge cross political lines and address topics ranging from healthcare to climate change to gun control. The event, hosted by Myles Bess from Above the Noise, will feature a conversation with author Jason Reynolds, the Library of Congress national ambassador for young people's literature, followed by a live discussion with Myles and student media creators.