Tuesday, May 11, 2021
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Literacy is alive in Oldham County’s summer camp

Incoming 1st -graders get intensive literacy intervention at Oldham County’s Camp Literacy Live.

Ky. Center arts-literacy academy deadline extended

The registration deadline for the Academy for the Integration of the Arts and Literacy, one of four arts academies and arts integration academies offered...

Workshops combine technology, literacy

Teachers can learn how to better integrate technology with literacy instruction at the Kentucky Writing Project Summer Tech Academies this summer. The three-day professional development...

Kentucky Reading Project application period open

The deadline for applications to the Kentucky Reading Project (KRP), a yearlong, graduate-level course focused on research-based literacy instruction, has been extended. Faculty members...

Webinar aims to ease challenge of reading standards

Based on independent research and results from more than 750,000 students, the most challenging reading standards for students have been identified. A free Education...

Free webinar targets literacy achievement gap

How can teachers ensure that all children, including millions affected by dyslexia, the most common type of reading disability, learn to read and write...

Bread Loaf Teacher Network to meet Nov. 1

Twice each year, the Kentucky Bread Loaf Teacher Network meets to discuss and plan innovative, student-led collaborative projects. The next meeting is from 10...

Comics in class? Teachers at Let’s TALK conference learn to use...

Teachers say graphic novels help engage and challenge readers of all levels, and also provide a natural transition to writing.

KET Literacy Day offers professional learning experience

Interested in a deep, entertaining exploration of literacy? Join KET education staff as they guide you through the Inspiring Middle School Literacy collection and...

Getting students excited about reading

Reidland library media specialist offers suggestions to foster a love of books, both old and new.