Friday, December 13, 2019
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KET videos offer tips on video production

Kentucky Educational Television is offering three new videos as part of its Media Arts Toolkit that focus on helpful tips for creating media.

USED produces video on keeping student info secure

The Privacy Technical Assistance Center, a service of the U.S. Department of Education, has produced an informational video about sending student information by email....

Stacie Berdan introduces new Go Global Video

Stacie Berdan -- an international consultant, author and advocate for more global-ready students -- has produced a new video that could be a useful tool for educators.

NCTM videos can help teachers understand math skills

The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and the Hunt Institute have produced a series of videos to help teachers better understand the mathematics...

NSTA videos illustrate science standards

The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) has produced a series of videos that illustrate the implementation of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) in...

Videos offer help on creating assessments

Edivation, the professional learning resource available to all Kentucky educators on CIITS, is offering videos that can help teachers create assessments that measure learning,...

EQuIP video demonstrates Student Work Protocol

A video offering an overview of how teachers can strengthen Common Core-aligned lessons through the Student Work Protocol has been released by Achieve and...

Ten finalists will participate in an exclusive mentorship with a 3M...

Discovery Education and 3M are looking for innovative students who want to make a difference in today's world. They're challenging students in grades 5-8...

KDE Media Portal provides easy access to video content

The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) has introduced the KDE Media Portal (http://mediaportal.education.ky.gov). It provides school administrators, teachers, KDE staff and others throughout the state...

WetlandsLIVE video contest

Teachers can win $1,000 for the classroom by entering the WetlandsLIVE video contest. Highlight a service learning project, art or music activity, field research, or...