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Kentucky Educational Television is offering a group of free early childhood professional development courses. The courses may be accessed at any time, allowing educators to customize their learning.
Kentucky Educational Television and KET Education have produced a series of short webinars designed to take a deep look at tools and resources KET recommends for parents, students and teachers as they continue to discover new ways to learn while working from home during non-traditional instruction.
The Education Continuation Task Force met virtually to discuss a recent survey sent to Kentucky principals about the two graduation requirement options for the class of 2020.
In response to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak and its impact on schools, KET will be modifying the weekday daytime schedule on its main channel beginning March 30.
In response to the need for at-home learning resources while Kentucky students are utilizing non-traditional instruction due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Kentucky Educational Television has created an online toolkit for families and educators. The toolkit provides families with free, high-quality educational resources for students at all grade levels.
KET Education and Kentucky Educational Television are offering their help to Kentucky educators who are planning and looking for resources and content for possible non-traditional instruction (NTI) days.
Kentucky Educational Television offers free workshops in multimedia production and related topics for educators and students in the KET Media Lab at the KET Network Center in Lexington.
PBS LearningMedia offers a collection of resources related to Ken Burns’ “Country Music,” the documentary that recently aired on PBS stations. The collection includes videos, activity sets and lesson plans for grades 5-12 spanning music, social studies and English/language arts curricula.
Kentucky Educational Television and PBS LearningMedia are offering a collection of resources that focuses on kindness, empathy and the importance of practicing mindfulness in conjunction with Bullying Prevention Month in October.
Kentucky Educational Television offers its free Media Arts Toolkit to help teachers bring media arts into their classrooms regardless of budget or skill level.