Randy Depew is KQED Education’s Managing Director. An expert in media-based learning and pedagogy in K-12 classrooms, Randy leads the development of KQED education products and oversees the production of professional learning content, classroom curriculum, and media to support those products. Randy spent 20 years as a high school teacher science and digital media arts teacher and teacher leader of a California Partnership Academy in the East Bay focused on college and career readiness where he was the 2001 MDUSD teacher of the year and the 2000 Technology and Learning Magazine’s California Technology teacher of the year. He also spent 16 years as an adjunct faculty member in Brandman University’s School of Education. Randy holds a B.A. in chemistry from U.C. Berkeley, a M.A. in curriculum and instruction from Chapman University, and an Ed.D. in organizational leadership from Brandman University.
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