Schedule: Jan 17, 2020

12:00am PST
UCTV: Science
Showcasing the excellence and diversity of the nation's premier research university, UCTV. Check out the UCTV's Science Programs!
3:00am PST
UCTV: Public Affairs
Showcasing the excellence and diversity of the nation's premier research university, UCTV. Check out the UCTV's Public Affairs Programs!
6:30am PST
SEVA Studios: Inderkum HS (Natomas USD)
News programs and informational shows produced by students at Inderkum High School.
6:45am PST
SEVA Studio Profile: Pleasant Grove High School (Elk Grove USD)
Learn about the SEVA Studio inside Pleasant Grove High School.
7:00am PST
Open Yale Courses: The American Novel Since 1945 – 20: Philip Roth, The Human Stain
In this lecture Professor Hungerford discusses how the novels we read are shaped by legal and market constraints. She traces a history of censorship from the Comstock laws, to the policing of Joyce's Ulysses and Ginsberg's Howl, and shows how changes in publishing practices have tended to penalize more unusual, less profitable books. Hungerford also touches on the canon debates of the 80s and 90s (citing John Guillory and Toni Morrison), and the issues of intellectual property and internationalization raised by digital literature. Finally, she points to some ways that Philip Roth, despite his controversial representations of Judaism and of women, succeeds in tackling fundamental human concerns.
8:00am PST
CRC Encore Class – Physical Geology
Cosumnes River College presents part 20 of Geology 300: Physical Geology taught by Hiram Jackson from the spring semester of 2015.
9:08am PST
NASA Space Station Commander Talks to South Carolina Students
Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 53 Commander Randy Bresnik of NASA discussed life and work aboard the orbital laboratory during an in-flight educational event Oct. 2 with students at The Citadel STEM Center at the Laing Middle School near Charleston, South Carolina. Bresnik holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in mathematics and an honorary doctorate in aeronautics from The Citadel. He launched to the station in July and will remain on board through mid-December.
9:30am PST
Folsom Cordova USD: Engineers Week
Here's a video highlighting Intel employees leading STEM learning activities with our students at Gold Ridge and Russell Ranch Elementary Schools.
9:30am PST
Folsom Cordova USD: Riverview STEM Academy
The students at Riverview STEM Academy in Rancho Cordova show their creations, trophies, and explain what the program means to them. Teacher Valerie Lanich explains how these kids went from new students to award winners.
9:32am PST
Folsom Cordova USD: 25 Years of Service at FCUSD
Hear from Joy Cleaver Administrative Assistant for Categorical Programs & Grants Department at FCUSD, who is celebrating a 25 year career milestone with the district!
9:33am PST
Folsom Cordova USD: Music Program
Did you know that music is part of FCUSD's curriculum for elementary students in grades 4-5? Find out about this and the opportunity for students to continue their music education in secondary school, with a wide variety of class options. Learn about our award winning music programs.
9:35am PST
Folsom Cordova USD: School Demonstrations Against Violence
Students across our district on March 14, shared their voices in a dialogue about school safety and led civil, peaceful, and somber demonstrations to stand in solidarity with victims of violence. They helped lead voter registration drives, held forums on school safety, and participated in character campaigns. Here's a snapshot of some of the student-led activities from three of our high schools.
9:37am PST
Folsom Cordova USD: Theodore Judah Elementary STEM Fair
Here is an inside look at Theodore Judah Elementary's STEM program, lab and their annual STEM Fair. Video by Rida Anjum, Folsom Cordova Communication Intern
9:38am PST
Folsom Cordova USD: Breaking Down the Walls
The purpose of "Breaking Down the Walls is to cultivate a positive campus culture and to encourage interaction between all students to create a unified student body. The program features topics such as anti-bullying, self-reflection, and community-building.
9:42am PST
Folsom Cordova USD: College Readiness – Community College Degree for Transfer
Sierra College representative Connie Raynor explains the Community College Degree for Transfer program.
10:30am PST
CSU Long Beach: Cole Conservatory of Music Classical Show #1
The Bob Cole Conservatory Symphony Orchestra performs works by Gustav Holst and Jacques Offenbach. Conducted by Joannes Muller Stosch, Nikk Pilato, and John Carnahan.
11:00am PST
Early Child Development 312: Part 20
Cosumnes River College presents part 20 of ECE 312: Child Development taught by Iris Dimond from the spring semester of 2015.
12:11pm PST
National Gallery of Art: Introduction to Sculpture
This orientation to the art of sculpture surveys major stylistic periods in Western art—from the medieval, renaissance, and baroque to the twentieth century. Additional footage shows a sculptor demonstrating techniques: carving marble, molding clay, casting bronze, and welding steel.
12:30pm PST
Love That Book – Carmen at the Pet Shelter
Carmen Agra Deedy and her beloved dog George share their favorite book, "Dear Mrs. La Rue: Letters from Obedience School,” followed by an adventure at the Georgia SPCA. Media specialist Kathy Schmidt of Rock Springs ES reads the book, "Sea Monster's First Day,” and a Gwinnett firefighter shares her favorite, "Curious George.”
12:43pm PST
Love That Book – Carmen in the Dark
NYT best-selling children's author Carmen Agra Deedy shares her love of reading silly, spooky books in the cozy comforts of an indoor fort. With her stuffed friend, Bite, and a snack of s’mores she reads, “I Need My Monster.” Meadowcreek ES media specialist Kim Thames and Dr. Elaine Whitney introduce the books "Wonder Struck" and "Corduroy."
1:00pm PST
UCTV: Arts and Music
Showcasing the excellence and diversity of the nation's premier research university, UCTV. Check out the UCTV's Arts and Music Programs!
3:00pm PST
SEVA TV: Season 2 – Episode 8
Coming up on this episode of SEVA TV; we plat a thousand flowers, recycle, and save the turtles. Stay tuned for all of this and more only on SEVA TV!
3:30pm PST
50th Anniversary of the Presidential Report on American Women – Part 2
On Monday, October 14, join Allida Black, Eleanor Clift, Sue Cobble, Jill Ker Conway, Ellen Fitzpatrick, Sandra Fluke, Aileen Hernandez, Anita Hill, Tracy Roosevelt, and Hilda Solis for "The 50th Anniversary of the Presidential Report on American Women."
4:39pm PST
JFK Library: A Chat with the International Space Station
On August 27, astronauts Suni Williams and Joe Acaba hosted an interview live from the International Space Station with audience members at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Libary and Museum.
5:00pm PST
NSF Presents Dispatches From The Edge – Episode 21
In this episode of Dispatches From the Edge we'll learn about Pygmy Rabbits, energy efficient microchips, and how reading affects our brain!
5:30pm PST
UCTV
Showcasing the excellence and diversity of the nation's premier research university, UCTV.
6:18pm PST
CapCUE 2017 – Reading Across The Curriculum with Newsela PRO
In this session, Michael will share examples of how current event and nonfictions texts can be used across all content areas to connect the standards to the real world to make learning real and meaningful to students. Through an interactive product demonstration, an examination of a case study, and candid discussion, teachers will become acquainted with different ways Newsela can be used in upper elementary, middle, and high school classrooms. This session will engage new and old Newsela users, so no prior experience with the program needed.
7:00pm PST
Sac City USD: Social Emotional Learning Framework Overview
There a many ways to integrate social emotional learning into academic content and practices. In SCUSD, one way that we're looking at Social Emotional Learning/Academic integration is through the use of a SEL Skill Development Framework which aims to connect skills to academic learning in an intentional and explicit way. The idea is that as students learn a SEL skill through a low affective activity, they will build a reference point that can be applied in high quality academic tasks, and reflect on both academic tasks and SEL skill in order to deepen learning.
7:07pm PST
Sac City USD: Monitor Your Student’s Progress In Sac City Unified’s Online Parent Portal
Sacramento City Unified School District's Online Parent Portal organizes many of Infinite Campus’ features into a format that is easy for parents to navigate. It can be accessed via the smartphone app, a mobile device or computer and was created to empower parents and guardians with real-time access to your student’s records and other important announcements. The portal is designed to allow parents/guardians to see student’s class progress and activities, increase communication with teachers, and to provide the information and assistance needed to support a student’s success. Currently, the Parent Portal has the capability to help parents easily: - Access grades and standardized test score information - Monitor student attendance - View classroom assignments - Update student contact information - Communicate directly with teachers
7:09pm PST
Sac City USD: Safety Comes First at Sacramento City Unified School District
Learn about how safety comes first in the Sacramento City Unified School District
7:13pm PST
Sac City Unifieds Elementary Sports Program Will Serve Over 22,000 Kids
Sacramento City Unified School District has launched an elementary sports program that will serve over 22,000 children participating in sports throughout the year at all elementary schools. The new sports program is good for kids and will also boost student attendance rates. Kids will have the opportunity to play flag football in the fall, basketball in the spring, or participate in a running program that runs year-round.
7:28pm PST
Smithsonian – Science How? What Tiny Marine Fossils Reveal about Extinction with Gene Hunt
What makes a species likely to go extinct? Meet paleontologist Gene Hunt, and learn how he studies fossils of tiny ocean animals called ostracodes. See how he tests the hypothesis that sex differences play a role in species extinction.
7:57pm PST
Kindergarten Registration PSA
Kindergarten registration begins in January for the 2020-2021 school year. Pickup your welcome packet at your local school for registration information about enrolling. Don't wait until the school year starts, get your young scholar ready now!
8:00pm PST
NASA Ames: Thomas Barclay – Microlensing and the K2 Experiment
NASA Ames 2016 Summer Series. Innovation is the ability to create a new idea, device or method from what already exists. When the Kepler mission ended, the team took the satellite that was considered to be useless and created a new innovative approach and platform to investigate a wide array of astronomy subfields called the K2 mission. The NASA Ames Kepler mission revolutionized the way we see our place in the universe by demonstrating that planets are a common occurrence. Dr. Thomas Barclay presents the K2 mission and the microlensing experiment.
9:00pm PST ON NOW
UCTV: Humanities
Showcasing the excellence and diversity of the nation's premier research university, UCTV. Check out the UCTV's Humanities Programs!
11:00pm PST
UCTV: Variety
Showcasing the excellence and diversity of the nation's premier research university, UCTV embraces the core missions of the University of California -- teaching, research and public service -- through quality, in-depth television that informs, educates and enriches the lives of people around the globe.