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Join KET Education for our latest Virtual Learning Series

KET is gearing up for the Fall 2022 Virtual Learning Series! Join us for this series of webinars, designed to help educators engage students and discover new ways to incorporate easy-to-use, quality, education-focused content for students of all grade-levels! All sessions are FREE and approved for professional development and ECE-TRIS credit (unless otherwise noted). Get a taste of upcoming sessions below. Visit the Virtual Learning Series page for additional and to register!

Sesame Street in Communities 

Join us to explore Sesame Street in Communities, resources from Sesame Street created to address kids’ developmental, physical, and emotional needs. | September 1 from 6-7:30 pm ET 

Literacy Moments: More Than Basic Reading and Writing

This session will explore quick and easy activities designed to get students interacting with, analyzing, and even creating their own information through text and illustration. | September 15 from 4:30-6 pm ET 

Learn and Grow Together with PBS KIDS 

During this workshop we will explore playful learning activities and PBS KIDS media that support children’s executive function, social-emotional and character skills. | October 6 from 6-7:30 pm ET 

Storytelling Through Throughtful Video Projects

From planning a production to capturing thoughtful video and audio to tell rich and engaging stories, you will learn tried and true practical tips and techniques that will empower you, your students, and your audience. | October 20 from 4:30-6 pm ET 

When You Wonder, You’re Learning 

Children’s advocate Gregg Behr and award-winning reporter Ryan Rydzewsk take us behind the iconic television program, Mister Rogers Neighborhood, to reveal what Fred Rogers called the “tools for learning”. | November 3 from 6-7:30 pm ET  

Building a Classroom Culture for Social and Emotional Learning

Explore fun and creative ways to help students learn self-control and responsibility with Sara O’Keefe, KET’s director of educational content and Kyri Demby, music teacher at Jacob Elementary in Jefferson County. | November 17 from 4:30-6 pm ET