Elizabeth Howard, a chemistry teacher at Madison Central High School (Madison County), has been named the 2017 Kentucky Science Teachers Association (KSTA) High School Teacher of the Year.
The Northern Kentucky University Center for Environmental Education is offering a microcredential in environmental education for teachers, students and professionals interested in learning more about the environment, connecting to nature and understanding how nature and the environment impact our lives.
Nominations are open for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST), the highest honor bestowed by the U.S. government specifically for K-12 mathematics and science teaching.
Help your students learn new things about the stars and planets they see in the sky with these explanations and activities from the Kentucky Academy of Science.
Learn more about Kentucky’s new science standards and assessment system at the 2017 Kentucky Science Teachers Association conference, scheduled for November 9-11 at the Lexington Convention Center and Hyatt Regency Hotel.
The Kentucky Association for Environmental Education (KAEE) is offering several workshops this fall, including professional learning opportunities in which educators can become certified in Project Learning Tree, Project WET, Project WILD and other curricula.
Teachers can explore the fundamental principles of science education and its parallels to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) in two professional learning workshops Oct. 19-20 at the Green River Regional Educational Cooperative in Bowling Green.
High school teachers can learn to develop research experiences and opportunities for freshman STEM students in a workshop Nov. 18 in the Cameron Williams Auditorium at the University of Kentucky Plant Science Building in Lexington.
The Science Through Course Task Bank for the 2017-18 school year is now available and can be accessed through SharePoint.
The Kentucky Association for Environmental Education (KAEE) is offering several professional learning opportunities this fall in which educators can become certified in Project Learning Tree, Project WET, Project WILD, Project Underground, the Leopold Education Project and other curricula.