Tuesday, August 4, 2020
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Future of technology system designed to improve instruction and effectiveness in...

State education officials want to know whether teachers, schools and districts want the state to continue to provide the Continuous Instructional Improvement System at no cost to districts or whether districts want to use their own system.

Videos can help teachers implement new standards

Kentucky educators have a number of excellent resources at their disposal to help implement the Kentucky Core Academic Standards (KCAS). One of these is...

Videos on differentiating instruction available

Differentiating instruction can feel like a formidable task, and it’s easy to get into the habit of “teaching to the middle” — presenting material...

Videos can help integrate technology into instruction

Technology moves fast, and it can be a challenge to keep up with the best practices for integrating the latest innovations into your classroom...

Classroom management strategies now available through CIITS

This school year, teachers, you have the opportunity to help your students achieve new heights in growth and learning. Are you ready? You can prepare...

History comes alive in arts infused field trips

This summer 45 teachers from across the state spent a week in Frankfort learning how to infuse arts into field trips. By early next year the lesson plans they developed will be available for teachers statewide.

‘Book-mob’ Common Core learning event coming up

The Kentucky Department of Education invites every educator in the state to join Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs for a book-mob, a four-week online study...

Crunching the numbers

Estill County looks to data when making decisions to improve classroom learning.

Data is the means to reaching Kentucky’s education goals

The release of Unbridled Learning accountability results last month was met with a flurry of newspaper stories, board presentations, parent workshops and a lot...

Big picture of Kentucky’s education transformation

The implementation of 2009’s Senate Bill 1, the work of which is now called Unbridled Learning, is becoming a reality.   As is the case...