While the museum may be 1,000 miles away, its award-winning education team brings the museum to thousands of students across the country each year and provides invaluable resources to educators that are adaptable to each grade.
Murray State University is offering a professional development opportunity for English language arts teachers on Sept. 16.
The New-York Historical Society has a vast library of free, online curriculum guides full of resources that can help you easily incorporate inquiry-based learning into your social studies classroom.
The Kentucky Association for Environmental Education (KAEE) will host a free webinar to educate those interested in the new Kentucky Green Schools program on Aug. 10.
Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky has teamed up with the Kentucky State Police to develop resources to help keep kids safe online. They have created three free-of-charge tipsheets to aid teachers and families in their understanding of online safety.
Registration is open for the annual 9/11 Memorial & Museum Anniversary Digital Learning Experience.
The Frazier History Museum is excited to announce a new and ongoing initiative to create inquiry materials for educators built around the artifacts and stories highlighted at the museum.
Who among teachers could use some inspiration? ChangeMakers, a continuing education option for teachers to pursue EPSB rank change, is enrolling now for a cohort that begins in June 2023.
Due to the critical teacher shortage in Kentucky, the GoTeachKY initiative was started in 2019 with the goal of “inspiring the next generation of Kentucky’s teachers.”
The Educators’ Professional Implementation Center (EPIC) is hosting professional learning opportunities focused on American documents and speeches with teaching, content and literacy experts.