Reach the World, which facilitates virtual exchange journeys between K-12 classrooms based in the U.S. and volunteer travelers who are studying, teaching and working around the world, is offering Kentucky schools and teachers the opportunity for free access to its global education programs for the remainder of the 2017-18 school year and at the beginning of the 2018-19 school year.
The University of Kentucky’s Confucius Institute’s is designed to help Kentucky schools develop Chinese language and culture study programs.
The Kentucky World Language Association is accepting session proposals for its Fall Conference, scheduled for Sept. 21-22 at the Griffin Gate Marriott Resort in Lexington.
Meredith White of the Southern Conference On Language Teaching says taping her lessons regularly was one of the best things she's ever done to help her see where she could improve her teaching.
Since 2000, the Kentucky Department of Education and The Kentucky Center for the Arts have partnered to provide Kentucky teachers with quality, in-depth and artist-led Arts Academies and Arts Integration Academies.
Walton-Verona Independent's Alaina Post explains how educators can use a series of core practices articles commissioned by the Kentucky World Language Association for personalized professional learning.
Fayette County's Kelly Bales describes how she tried to incorporate Finnish ideas about education into her social studies classroom.
Apply now to host a visiting teacher from Spain for the 2018-19 school year.
Applications are now available for several grants from the Japan Foundation, Los Angeles, for Japanese language programs.
KDE's Whitney Hamilton says global competency is a natural fit with English language arts.