The Kentucky Department of Education will launch a new professional learning series with a series of regional meetings for school and district leaders designed to assist districts with planning and the implementation of improved practice and strong instruction around newly revised standards.
Kentucky ACSD hosts a monthly series of coffee chats in which educators can meet to discuss a relevant education topic. This month’s coffee chats will be Feb. 11, and the topic is technology in the classroom.
Registration is open for the Kentucky Council of Teachers of English annual conference Feb. 22-23 at Embassy Suites Lexington.
The National Endowment for the Humanities is underwriting a professional learning opportunity June 30-July 21 in which teachers can participate in two seminars and a two-week bus tour through Montana and North Dakota.
The Kentucky Department of Education’s Principal Partnership Project will hold its Spring Semester Learning Lab for principals and assistant principals Feb. 13 in the Washington County schools.
The Northern Kentucky Cooperative for Educational Services (NKCES) is offering a program for primary and special education teachers on retaining sight words and vocabulary March 21 at the NKCES office in Cold Spring.
KASC is offering two academies for teachers and administrators in February.
Applications are open for the 2019-2020 Code.org Professional Learning Program for middle and high school teachers.
Shelby County schools will host the Shelby County Share Fair professional learning program Feb. 20 at the Blair Center at Southside Elementary School in Shelbyville.
The Kentucky Department of Education and the Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools Technical Assistance Center is offering two free trainings on behavioral threat assessments and emergency events Jan. 31-Feb. 1 at Hampton Inn and Suites in Murray.