Are you an educator looking to promote inclusivity and belonging in your classroom? Enroll now for the Fostering Inclusive Excellence in Your Classroom summer learning workshop series.

Led by expert University of Kentucky College of Education faculty, this five-part virtual series will give you hands-on, practical experience and tools to take back with you into the 2024-2025 school year. 

Workshop topics include:

  • June 6: One Size Doesn’t Fit All – Utilizing Culturally Responsive SEL to Meet the Needs of Minoritized Students with Meagan Scott
  • June 13:  Active Students, Engaged Learners: Integrating and Championing Movement in the Classroom for Holistic Health with Hildi Nicksic
  • June 20: Disrupting Deficit Thinking: Intersectional Approach to IEP Development with Whitney Hanley 
  • June 27: Cultivating Resilience & Wellbeing in the Classroom with Lali McCubbin
  • July 11: Identifying and Serving Vulnerable Students: Research-Based Practices for Educators with Zitsi Mirakhur 

This is a virtual series that takes place on Thursdays from 1-2:30 p.m. ET, from June 6 through July 11, skipping the week of July 4. Participants may bundle all five workshops for $200 or take workshops individually for $50 per workshop. Workshops take place on Zoom and a computer with a camera and internet connection are required to participate. Participants will earn up to 7.5 hours or professional development credit and a digital badge. 

Visit the University of Kentucky College Education Professional Learning Series website for detailed descriptions of each workshop and to enroll today! Registration for this series closes May 31.