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Why Kids Need to Move, Touch and Experience to Learn

When students use their bodies in the learning process, it can have a big effect, even if it seems silly or unconnected to the learning goal at hand. 1,649 more words


Library Link Line-Up

Hello everyone!

It’s the weekend! Whether you’re heading out to Coachella Fest, going to the beach, or coming to our Day of the Child event at 2:00PM – give these links a read before you go! 288 more words

Library Link Line-Up

What teens can learn from podcasts

With the huge success of the Serial Podcast, podcasts are seeing a bit of a resurgence. Not just for entertainment, schools are using this medium to push students in non-traditional ways. 113 more words

School Media Specialist

Saturday Matinee: The Salton Sea

John Waters Narrates Offbeat Documentary on an Environmental Catastrophe, the Salton Sea

By Dan Colman

Source: Open Culture

In 2004, John Waters narrated Plagues & Pleasures on the Salton Sea… 166 more words


Dance Bliss - Mark Morris

A note by Alistair MacAulay in the New York Times recently led me to query KQED when we would get to see a classic Mark Morris scheduled for Friday March 27 in New York City. 59 more words

Interview with KQED

Last week, I had the privilege of talking with KQED’s Scott Shafer about Asian American perspectives on race and policing.  The 6-minute segment is here.

Race And Ethnicity

Downton-inspired tea for "Downton Day".

Today is the last “Downton Day” of the year  – the final episode of Downton Abbey Season 5 airs tonight on KQED/PBS at 9 p.m. Pacific time. 518 more words