For science teacher leaders K-12Hybrid in-person and virtual learning series3 locations: Richmond, Northern Kentucky, and Western Kentucky35 hours of professional learning (EILA credit available) Are you ready to effectively implement the revised KAS for Science using high-quality instructional resources? Grow real aspiring science programs by attending this robust learning series. This professional learning series has beenContinue reading “Science Leadership Support Network 2023-24: for new and returning teachers!”
Join us in Louisville for the largest science education organization for P-20 educators in Kentucky. This conference is the perfect opportunity for professional networking. Don’t miss one of the premier science education conferences and a must-attend event for any Kentucky science educator seeking to stay on top of the latest trends and cutting-edge resources. Features VisitContinue reading “KSTA Annual Conference: November 3-4 at UofL ShelbyHurst Campus”
We wanted to share a great opportunity, from EdReports, for deep professional learning on the Framework for K-12 Science Education and/or Next Generation Science Standards with a national network of skilled educators aimed at supporting other educators with information to help them find quality science instructional materials. Currently over 1,400 districts have benefitted from theContinue reading “Apply to be a reviewer of science instructional materials for EdReports”
The Roadmap to Implementing High Quality Mathematics Instruction workshop seeks to guide instructional planning by taking educators on a journey designed to: Ground instruction in the Kentucky Academic Standards (KAS) for Mathematics, thus reaffirming a commitment to equitable learning opportunities for all students in Kentucky; Support intentional integration of evidence-based instructional practices; and Expand educatorContinue reading “Roadmap to Implementing High Quality Mathematics Instruction: A Workshop for K-12 Educators￼”
The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) is seeking feedback on the draft Kentucky Academic Standards for Science. The draft was developed by the Science Advisory Panel and Review Committee, each made up of science educators from around the state. View full details from the Kentucky Teacher article.
The Kentucky Association for Environmental Education invites you to an informative and engaging (and virtual) listening session on February 15 from 4-6 pm ET. In this session, we’re handing Kentucky educators the mic to share with us your ideas about how we can best support Kentucky’s teachers and administrators as we strive to build environmentalContinue reading “Reimagining Environmental Education in School”