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Kentucky Reading Project applications available

Applications are available for the 2016-17 Kentucky Reading Project, an initiative sponsored by the Collaborative Center for Literacy Development that has trained about 3,300 teachers throughout the state since it began in 1999. The free program is targeted to teachers in grades K-5, who will receive a stipend, professional resources and three hours of graduate credit upon completion of the [...]

By |2016-01-27T15:21:45-05:00January 28, 2016|

EKU offering environmental service learning project

Eastern Kentucky University is offering an international environmental service learning project in Belize in spring 2016 that will offer graduate or undergraduate credit. An informational meeting will be held 5-6 p.m. Oct. 22 in EKU’s New Science Building, Room 3119. Participants may attend in person or online. The trip for K-12 pre-service or in-service teachers and others will be May [...]

By |2015-10-08T09:48:12-04:00October 8, 2015|

Teachers can study medieval history in London, Dublin

Teachers are invited to study the myths and reality of medieval history in London and Dublin as part of a course led by Eastern Kentucky University professor Cynthia Resor during the winter term. “Medieval Civilization: Modern Myths and Historical Reality,” a three-hour upper division or graduate level class from Dec. 26-Jan. 8, will compare modern conceptions to the reality of [...]

By |2020-09-28T10:38:00-04:00September 10, 2015|

Professional development program focuses on literacy education

The Kentucky Reading Project (KRP) is a yearlong graduate-level course centered on research-based reading instruction. It is taught by literacy faculty at each of the eight state universities. Teachers in grades K-5 may participate in KRP and will receive a stipend and graduate credit upon completion of the course in May 2014. The National Center for Family Literacy provides one [...]

By |2013-01-24T00:01:14-05:00January 24, 2013|
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