Schedule: May 21, 2022

12:00am PST
Classic Arts

Performance. Visual arts. Film. Classic Arts Showcase is designed to inspire new audiences by showcasing video clips of the arts.

3:00am PST
NASA

NASA brings you the latest news, images and videos from America’s space agency, pioneering the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research.

6:30am PST
SEVA Studios: Samuel Jackman MS (Elk Grove USD)

Student created videos from Samuel Jackman Middle School.

6:45am PST
SEVA Studios: Andrew Carnegie MS (San Juan USD)

Latest news and videos from Andrew Carnegie Middle school in San Juan Unified.

7:00am PST
SEVA Studios: Folsom MS (Folsom Cordova USD)

The latest news from Folsom Middle School in the Folsom Cordova Unified School District.

7:03am PST
SEVA Feature: How to Properly Clean and Maintain Records (Folsom Cordova USD)

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.”

7:08am PST
SEVAFest: Sacramento Republic FC

SEVA Student Producers throughout Sacramento County descended upon the October 17th Sacramento Republic FC / Tacoma Defiance FC game to create stories and highlight reels as part of SEVAFest. Students received media credentials, a press conference with team General Manager, Todd Dunivant and stadium access to create their videos.

7:11am PST
SEVAFest: Capital Air Show 2021

SEVA teachers, students and families joined SECC at the Capital Air Show 2021 to capture stories of the event. Students interviewed pilots, toured planes, and had a great view of the performances. Participants from different schools worked together to problem solve, share leads, and explore the show.

7:14am PST
SEVA Training Series: Field Kit Unboxing

Learn what to expect when first unboxing your SEVA Studio Field Kit.

7:30am PST
Elk Grove USD: Early Literacy Workshops – High Frequency Words

Elk Grove Unified School District’s Family Engagement Resources Teacher Nancy Lopez runs a workshop at Kirchgater Elementary on the best ways to help children recognize common words while reading.

11:00am PST
Square Root Academy: Yoga for Creativity & Stress Management – Lesson 1

Square Root Academy yoga for creativity & stress management lesson 1.

11:07am PST
Square Root Academy: Yoga for Creativity & Stress Management – Lesson 2

Square Root Academy yoga for creativity & stress management lesson 2.

11:30am PST
English for All Slate

English for All is for adults learning English as a second
language and incorporates California ESL standards.

11:30am PST
English for All 1: Job and Career Advancement

English for All is for adults learning English as a second language and incorporates California ESL standards.

11:43am PST
SEVACON Highlight: Reporting with Vanessa Gomez

Join Vanessa Gomez for a virtual tour of the Dakota News Now station all the way from Sioux Falls, South Dakota. She talks to a Reporter to learn what their role is. Vanessa is a former SEVA producer and current news reporter for Dakota News Now. Check out the rest of the highlights from this SEVA CON to learn more about working in the news.

12:00pm PST
Galt JUESD: Checking In with Galt Elementary – Chrome Books and Google Classroom

This project is a 5-6 minute video demonstration of how to add a student user to a Chromebook and how to log in to Google Classroom. The primary goal for the video is to share instruction, consistent updates and new information to the families and community of Galt.

12:06pm PST
SEVA Feature: Man’s Best Friend (Galt JUESD)

SEVA Feature: Man’s Best Friend from Robert L. McCaffrey Middle School

12:30pm PST
Ingles Y Tu!: Episode 10B

San Juan Unified School District Adult Education reaches out to the community by offering classes to help students in a variety of areas. Episode 10B of Ingles Y Tu! with host Marisol Richmond.

1:30pm PST
Art History 311: Part 20

Cosumnes River College presents part 20 of Art History 311: Modern Art taught by Anni Trent from the spring semester of 2015.

2:39pm PST
CapCUE 2016 – Opening Keynote with John Eick

Time to be Enlightened, Encouraged and Inspired by John Eick from Westlake Charter School in the Natomas Unified School District.

3:00pm PST ON NOW
National Gallery of Art: Henry Moore – A Life in Sculpture

Henry Moore’s long journey from a nineteenth-century coal-mining town in the north of England to the center stage of the twentieth-century art world was driven by talent, vision, and ambition. He fused ideas from non-European cultures, surrealism, and nature into unique sculptural works that made their way into galleries and private collections around the world. This program traces Moore’s career through footage of the artist at work, views of his sculptures and drawings, and interviews with colleagues Anthony Caro and Bruce Nauman, critics, and curators.

3:25pm PST
National Gallery of Art: Mobile by Alexander Calder

The first work of art placed in the National Gallery’s East Building, this mobile is also one of the last major pieces by one of America’s great artists, Alexander Calder. The program takes viewers on an absorbing journey as Calder, architect I. M. Pei, artist/engineer Paul Matisse, craftsmen, and museum officials face the challenges of producing this large, technically complex piece.

4:00pm PST
Art History 300: Part 5

Cosumnes River College presents part 5 of Art History 300: Introduction to Art taught by Anni Trent from the spring semester of 2015.

5:06pm PST
Capcue 2018 – Opening Keynote

The Capcue Board welcomes the 2018 CapCUE attendees with a message exploring creativity and education.

5:30pm PST
CSU Long Beach: Cole Conservatory of Music Classical Show #6a

The Bob Cole Conservatory Symphony Orchestra performs works by Mozart conducted by Jonathan Talberg.

6:00pm PST
Nutrition

Cosumnes River College presents part 12 of Nutrition 300 taught by Timaree Hagenburger from the fall semester of 2014.

7:30pm PST
Los Rios (CRC): Foundational Cooking Methods – Braising, Ep. 28

The Culinary Arts Management program at Cosumnes River College provides training for employment in commercial culinary service operations. Courses begin at entry-level training; advanced courses build upon skills acquired in pre-requisite courses. The program includes coursework in culinary arts, baking and pastry, food and equipment use and identification, culinary sanitation, nutrition, marketing, legal control and financial analysis. Students will apply those skills with hands-on training in production centered labs. Sanitation training is offered as an integral part of each certificate and degree, and is certified by the National Restaurant Association as well as Sacramento County Environmental Health Division.

7:47pm PST
Los Rios (CRC): Foundational Cooking Methods – Deep Frying Ep. 30

The Culinary Arts Management program at Cosumnes River College provides training for employment in commercial culinary service operations. Courses begin at entry-level training; advanced courses build upon skills acquired in pre-requisite courses. The program includes coursework in culinary arts, baking and pastry, food and equipment use and identification, culinary sanitation, nutrition, marketing, legal control and financial analysis. Students will apply those skills with hands-on training in production centered labs. Sanitation training is offered as an integral part of each certificate and degree, and is certified by the National Restaurant Association as well as Sacramento County Environmental Health Division.

7:51pm PST
Los Rios (CRC): Foundational Cooking Methods – Pilaf Method Ep. 31

The Culinary Arts Management program at Cosumnes River College provides training for employment in commercial culinary service operations. Courses begin at entry-level training; advanced courses build upon skills acquired in pre-requisite courses. The program includes coursework in culinary arts, baking and pastry, food and equipment use and identification, culinary sanitation, nutrition, marketing, legal control and financial analysis. Students will apply those skills with hands-on training in production centered labs. Sanitation training is offered as an integral part of each certificate and degree, and is certified by the National Restaurant Association as well as Sacramento County Environmental Health Division.