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NKU to offer two environmental education graduate courses

Northern Kentucky University is offering two condensed online graduate courses in environmental education during the upcoming fall semester.

Design thinking can deepen scientific understanding

Shelby County's Katie Strange shares her experience with Design Thinking, which is a way for students to identify a problem in their lives and work collaboratively to solve it.

Science through-course task field test update

Kentucky science teachers tried something new this year, and there is little doubt that the through-course task component of the new Science Assessment System can make a big difference in science education across the Commonwealth.

GEOO offering travel programs for educators

Travel affordably and earn professional development credit, all while observing a world filled with phenomena just waiting to be explored.

KDE seeks reviewers for science instruction materials

The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) is seeking applicants for the 2017-18 school year to review nonbasal instructional materials that support science instruction.

Kids Fishing Derby set for June at Wolf Creek

The annual Kids Fishing Derby is scheduled for June 3 at Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery in Jamestown.

Association offers workshop on Kentucky’s rocks, minerals

The Kentucky Crushed Stone Association will hold its annual teachers’ workshop, “Rocks and Minerals in Modern Society,” June 21-22 at Georgetown College. The free workshop...

NGSS-focused workshop for science teachers set in Lexington

The Kentucky Science Teachers Association and Pearson will offer a free workshop for science teachers in all grades June 22 at Malone’s at Lansdowne...

Solar eclipse prep underway for teachers

Teachers learned how to use the Aug. 21 event as a teaching opportunity at a Western Kentucky University’s SKyTeach workshop.

Aligning early grades to science standards

Washington County Elementary School staff are moving in a direction that will bring their school into alignment with the Kentucky Academic Standards for Science.