The Louisville Writing Project will host the 2018-19 Adolescent Literacy Project, a literacy-focused workshop for middle school mathematics and science teachers July 17-20.
EdCampKY, an educator-driven professional development conference, will be held July 10 at Valley High School in Louisville.
The Kentucky Girls STEM Collaborative (KGSC) will host its annual conference June 21 at the University of Kentucky’s Jacobs Science Building in Lexington.
The environmental education team at Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery will host a professional learning program featuring the Project Flying Wild and Project Aquatic Wild curricula July 18 at its facility near Jamestown.
The Morehead Writing Project will offer its Online Summer Institute July 2-27. The asynchronous seminar allows teachers who are unable to attend a traditional invitational summer institute the opportunity to participate in the National Writing Project (NWP) experience.
The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Louisville Branch, is offering a free professional learning program on teaching economic concepts to elementary school students using popular children’s books. The program is set for June 12-14 at its office in the National City Tower in Louisville.
Registration is open for the 2018 Persistence to Graduation Summit: Cultivating Resilience, which will be June 28-29 at the Lexington Convention Center.
The Kentucky Association for Environmental Education (KAEE) will host its KAEE Outdoor Learning Symposium 2018 on June 19 at Cassidy Elementary School in Lexington.
Louisville Collegiate School will host a workshop that will focus on developing writing skills and a better understanding of writing as a process among K-5 students June 4 at the school.
Registration is open for Kentucky Educational Television’s annual KET Multimedia PD Day on July 18 at KET’s headquarters in Lexington.