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Annelise Wunderlich
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Watch this "sizzle reel" of student voices about the election! We edited this video to highlight some of the great videos that our Do Now working group invited their students to produce! We were inspired by the passion and insights from more than 100 young people around the country who submitted their videos.

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Do Now working group teachers! We have your next "assignment": close out your school year with a bang! We know how busy this time of year is, but we are inviting you all to check out the Letters to the Next President Media Makes and choose one to do to your students. Their work will be seen by students around the country and help spark creativity around the election!

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Join in our first Letters to the Next President Media Make! KQED and BAVC are inviting students to submit short videos (2 min or less) about election issues that matter to them. We'll publish the videos in May, and select the most outstanding to put up for KQED audience vote!

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If you missed it today, check out our Media Make webinar! +Bob Kelly and +Julie Phelan joined us with their students, along with our partners at BAVC - +Lauren Taylor and the Emerging Media Makers. It was a rich discussion about the potential of video projects to engage youth with the election and political discussions.

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We received 100 videos about #Election2016 issues from students around the country. See them all here! Powerful work! One of the students and two of our Do Now working group teachers were featured on KQED Newsroom. See it all here!

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We just posted a new Science Do Now. Fascinating topic for all students to consider: http://ww2.kqed.org/education/2016/03/17/should-we-research-dangerous-viruses-which-might-cause-pandemics/

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We have a new Do Now: What Should Politicians Do to Appeal to Young Voters? We would love to hear from your students on this one (regardless of what subject you teach). Great moment to push civic engagement and reflection around the political process. 

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Hey everyone! Check out the video that KQED made to highlight one of our Do Now teachers' projects with her students. We asked educators to have their students make short videos about election issues that matter to them personally. Madeline, a senior at Oakland Tech high school, made a moving video about her mother being deported. We went out and asked Madeline and her co-producers to tell us what inspired them to make their video and their goals for sharing it. Here is what they had to say.

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A new Do Now that asks students to take a stand on the Apple vs. FBI debate. Dive deeper into the arguments on both sides, and help students form an informed opinion on a vital issue!

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Do Now community! We want to learn more from you about how you are using these prompts with your students. This year we want to design a complete suite of instructional supports around Do Now to help educators reach some key learning outcomes: 1) social media and digital media-making skills 2) argumentation skills 3) civic engagement 4) stronger sense of voice and agency. Let us know your thoughts on how we can do this better and expand the number of students around the country engaging in dialogue via Do Now.
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