Schedule: Jul 15, 2019

12:00am 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.
3:00am PST
UCTV: Humanities
Showcasing the excellence and diversity of the nation's premier research university, UCTV. Check out the UCTV's Humanities Programs!
6:00am PST
SEVA Studios: Arden MS
Videos and school news from Arden Middle School.
6:15am PST
Legal Assisting at American River College
Find your path with ARC's Technical Career Education
6:30am PST
ATETV – Advanced Technological Education TV – Show 5
Advanced Technological Education teaches students and teachers about job opportunities in science and technology on this episode of ATETV.
7:00am PST
Student DV #122
Student DV is a unique, award-winning program that showcases student produced educational content. This episode features some of the best student made documentaries!
7:30am PST
CRC Encore Class – Art Survey: Modern Art
Cosumnes River College presents part 9 of Art History 311: Modern Art taught by Anni Trent from the spring semester of 2015.
9:00am PST
Robla School District Promo
The Robla School District is about: Strong Community. Strong Schools. Strong Family
9:03am PST
Robla: Discover Bell Avenue School
Learn about Bell Avenue School from it's educators and students
9:03am PST
Robla: Discover Glenwood Elementary School
Learn about Glenwood Elementary School from it's educators and students
9:04am PST
Robla: Discover Main Avenue School
Learn about Main Avenue School from it's educators and students
9:04am PST
Robla: Discover Robla Elementary School
Learn about Robla Elementary School from it's educators and students
9:05am PST
Robla: Discover Taylor Street School
Learn about Taylor Street School from it's educators and students
9:05am PST
Second Annual Ready for Robla
Robla School District's second annual Ready for Robla assists children with much needed back to school supplies, healthy snacks, hair cuts, and cloths to make the transition back to school easier!
9:07am PST
Robla: Dual Language Instruction Presentation
Learn all about Robla's Dual Language Instruction Program at Glenwood school!
9:12am PST
Robla I Care
Learn how United Way has partnered with the Robla School District in order to end poverty in schools/
9:14am PST
Robla: A Year with GATE
Season 1 Episode 1: Robla's Gifted And Talented Education program set up a discovery museum at school with Taylor Street and Main Avenue Schools.
10:00am PST
CSU Long Beach: BeachTV Talking Points – The Battle Against ISIS
Dr. Charles Mahoney of the CSULB Political Science Department deconstructs the formation of ISIS and the now collapsing drive for a wide ranging Caliphate.
10:30am PST
Sutter SEVA Studio Profile
Learn about Sutter Middle School's SEVA Studio and media program led by Kyle Heckey!
10:35am PST
Teacher Appreciation: John Hull
Learn from the students of Luther Burbank High School about their media teacher John Hull!
10:36am PST
Teacher Appreciation: Kyle Heckey
Learn from the students of Sutter Middle School about their media teacher Kyle Heckey!
10:38am PST
SEVA Feature: Always Recycle
Student producer Zachary Galamgam from Sutter Middle School produced the video "Always Recycle." He says: "You've heard about how recycling is good for the environment. But what if I told you that if you don't recycle, that piece of "trash" will come back and haunt you until you go back, learn your lesson, pick that piece of recycle up from the trash bin, throw it into the recycle bin, and make a promise to yourself that you'll always recycle from now on. This short video will show that recycling really does save the environment, or else!"
10:42am PST
SEVA Feature: More Than What Meets The Surface
Student producers Ruth-Mary Shackelford and Ruby Verran from Sutter Middle School produced the video. They say: "What do you know about anxiety? A lot? A little? You think you know? Let's test that, from the point of view of people with anxiety who wish to educate others."
10:48am PST
SEVA Feature: Sutter Rap
Student producers Cooper Jackson and Griffin Moore from Sutter Middle School produced the video "Sutter Rap." They say: "The Sutter Rap gives the audience an insight into student life and the "Sutter" experience. You will be able to see what our school offers outside of just the classroom. The Sutter Rap is fun way to learn about our campus."
10:51am PST
SEVA Feature: Rethinking the 2nd
Student producers Julia Sidley and Ernest Strauhal from West Campus High School produced the video "Rethinking the 2nd." They say: "Gun violence has been plaguing American society for years and without affirmative action will only continue to get worse. This film was made by students to give themselves and their peers a voice to express their thoughts on the topic in the hopes that the country can come together and bring an end to this epidemic of violence."
10:54am PST
SEVA: The Life of an English Learner
From Fern Bacon Middle School, student producers Giselle and Marleni say "We want to show other students that kids that weren't born here had struggles and worked their hardest to learn and also fit in with other students."
11:23am PST
Picnic at the Capitol 2019 – Sac City USD
Over the last several years, California State Senator Dr. Richard Pan has brought elected officials and community groups together to launch an ambitious project of expanding the Summer Food Service Program, with the goal of feeding one million meals to children in the Sacramento area in the summer months. To find a summer meal location, please text FOOD or COMIDA to 877-877.
11:30am PST
Yosemite National Park: Nature Notes – Part 3
Yosemite Nature Notes is a video podcast series that tells unique stories about the natural and human history of Yosemite National Park.
12:00pm PST
Student DV #121
Student DV is a unique, award-winning program that showcases student produced educational content. This episode features some of the best student made documentaries!
12:30pm PST
CRC Encore Class – Child Development
Cosumnes River College presents part 14 of ECE 312: Child Development taught by Iris Dimond from the spring semester of 2015.
2:00pm PST ON NOW
NASA: International Asteroid Day
To mark International Asteroid Day on June 30, we aired a special television program with information about the work our Planetary Defense Coordination Office and other NASA-funded programs do to find, track and characterize Near Earth Objects. These are asteroids and comets in the vicinity of Earth’s orbit that could pose an impact threat to our planet. The Planetary Defense Coordination Office also issues alerts and helps coordinate any U.S. government response to an impact threat. The broadcast was part of a 24-hour Asteroid Day program from Broadcasting Center Europe.
3:00pm PST
Teacher Appreciation: Joshua Creeger
Learn from the students of Cordova High School about their media teacher Joshua Creeger!
3:01pm PST
SEVA Studios Profile: Cordova High School
Learn about Cordova School's SEVA Studio and media program led by Joshua Creeger!
3:05pm PST
SEVA Feature: How to Properly Clean and Maintain Records
Student producer Nathan Maze from Cordova High School produced the video "How to Properly Clean and Maintain Records." He said: "You should know how to clean and properly maintain your records. This is important if you want them to endure for a longer time. If you don't properly take care of them the sound quality will decline."
3:21pm PST
Picnic at the Capitol 2019 – Folsom USD
Over the last several years, California State Senator Dr. Richard Pan has brought elected officials and community groups together to launch an ambitious project of expanding the Summer Food Service Program, with the goal of feeding one million meals to children in the Sacramento area in the summer months. To find a summer meal location, please text FOOD or COMIDA to 877-877.
3:30pm PST
Meet the Author: Neal Shusterman
Neal Shusterman is the author of The Antsy Bonano series and the popular Unwind trilogy. During the program, Shusterman tells the viewers about the challenge from his ninth grade English teacher that encouraged him to become an author.
4:00pm PST
Yale Courses Slate
Welcome to Yale Open Courses
4:00pm PST
Open Yale Courses: Game Theory – 16: Backward Induction – Reputation and Duels
In the first half of the lecture, we consider the chain-store paradox. We discuss how to build the idea of reputation into game theory; in particular, in setting like this where a threat or promise would otherwise not be credible. The key idea is that players may not be completely certain about other players' payoffs or even their rationality. In the second half of the lecture, we stage a duel, a game of pre-emption. The key strategic question in such games is when; in this case, when to fire. We use two ideas from earlier lectures, dominance and backward induction, to analyze the game. Finally we discuss two biases found in Americans: overconfidence and over-valuing being pro-active.
5:30pm PST
Student DV #120
Student DV is a unique, award-winning program that showcases student produced educational content. This episode features some of the best student made documentaries!
6:15pm PST
FCUSD: Gold Ridge Elementary – World Autism Awareness 2018
World Autism Awareness Day was Monday April 2, 2018. For the fourth year in a row parent Bea McCloud whose son Doug has autism, has organized an Autism Awareness Workshop for students and staff at Gold Ridge Elementary to promote awareness in the community. A group of parent volunteers and staff, including Principal David Frankel, work together to put together this learning experience for the Gold Ridge community. We hope their story helps spread more awareness and acceptance of people with autism.
6:30pm PST
STEM IN 30: What Goes Up Must Come Down
Alan Eustace's world record-breaking skydive started with a ride 25 miles into the stratosphere in a high-altitude balloon. He then plummeted through the increasingly dense atmosphere. Does the atmosphere change with altitude? What challenges did Eustace's team have to overcome to complete the jump? Learn all this and more on this episode of STEM in 30 from the National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution.
7:00pm PST
SEVA Studios Profile: Arden Middle School
Learn about Arden Middle School's SEVA Studio and media program led by Matt Roland!
7:03pm PST
Teacher Appreciation: Matthew Rowland
Learn from the students of Arden Middle School about their media teacher Matthew Roland!
7:04pm PST
SEVA Studios Profile: Del Campo High School
Learn about Del Campo High School's SEVA Studio and media program led by Brian Weitzel!