Speech activities are gearing up for the 2020-2021 school year, even as students and teachers navigate a changed learning environment.
The Kentucky Association for Gifted Education (KAGE) will offer its fall workshop online – “The Equity Imperative in Gifted Education: Refocused and Ready for the Shift!” – a session on identification of the underrepresented led by April Wells.
The Kentucky Writing Project is offering eight one-hour sessions for teachers to help them implement effective online instruction. The sessions deal with how to teach writing during non-traditional instruction.
Kentucky educators can sign up for a free two-day seminar on the transition to digital learning, offered by The Learning Counsel News Media & Research.
The Kentucky Association of Environmental Education (KAEE) Annual Conference will be held virtually Sept. 17-19.
KET Education's newest self-paced course, “Mental Health During COVID-19,” is now available. The course is a comprehensive look at mental health issues among teens...
The Kentucky Department for Public Health, in collaboration with the Kentucky Population Health Institute, is hosting the 5th Annual Children’s Environmental Health Summit. Due to COVID-19, this event will be virtual this year offering a series of monthly webinars beginning June 11.
The Collaborative for Teaching and Learning (CTL) is holding a free virtual workshop with one-hour sessions for middle and high school science teachers who want to learn more about using claim-evidence-reasoning to support students in constructing clear and concise scientific explanations. The sessions will be held July 20 and 24, Aug. 3 and 20, and Sept. 3.
The Northern Kentucky Cooperative for Educational Services (NKCES) will host a professional development webinar in which educators can share best practices in specially designed instruction (SDI) during non-traditional instruction at 2 p.m. ET April 21.
The Kentucky Department of Education is offering a virtual professional learning session to help schools and districts translate the Kentucky Academic Standards into a guaranteed and viable curriculum in order to provide equitable learning environments for all students.