The Kentucky Crushed Stone Association will hold its annual teachers’ workshop June 19-20 at the Georgetown College Leadership and Conference Center in Georgetown.
Registration is open for the Let’s TALK: Conversations About Effective Teaching conference June 18-19 at John Hardin High School in Elizabethtown.
Educators are invited to provide input on Kentucky’s environmental education master plan and the strategic plans of the Kentucky Association for Environmental Education, the Kentucky Environmental Education Council and the Kentucky University Partnership for Environmental Education at one of seven meetings to be held this winter and spring across Kentucky.
The Kentucky Storytelling Association is accepting proposals for workshops at the Kentucky Storytelling Conference Nov. 16-17 in Owensboro.
Applications are being accepted for the Purchase Area Literacy Academy, which will be offered this year as an online class through Murray State University in July.
The University of Kentucky (UK) College of Arts and Sciences’ STEMCats learning program is hosting a free workshop for middle and high school teachers on learning to develop research experiences and opportunities for STEM students June 8 at the Jacobs Science Building on the UK campus in Lexington.
Regional Educational Laboratory West will host a webinar on the importance of accurately tracking student attendance data and how it can be used to help students who are chronically absent get back on track 2:30-3:30 p.m. ET April 26.
The Kentucky Association of School Councils (KASC) is offering several professional learning opportunities for teachers and paraeducators this summer in Lexington, Madisonville and Henderson.
The Kentucky Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (KAMTE) will host a summit for teacher educators May 17-18 at Holiday Inn Express Louisville Airport Expo Center.
A one-day workshop to train educators on the Project Learning Tree (PLT) environmental education curriculum will be held May 17 and 30 at Americana Community Center in Louisville.