Virtual Learning Series

Looking for ideas and resources to enhance learning and teaching, wherever they occur? Then pencil us in and save the day! Join KET Education Consultants and all-star Kentucky educators for this Virtual Learning Series of webinars, designed to help teachers engage students and discover new ways to incorporate easy-to-use, quality, education-focused content, for students of all grade-levels! All sessions are approved for professional development and ECE-TRIS credit

The (W)hole Student: Social Emotional Learning & Youth Mental Health

April 29 at 4:30-6pm ET

Many students experienced family problems or emotional struggles even before pandemic-related closings disrupted the routine of learning in schools with trusted teachers and alongside peers. Now as many students return to school, they must deal with unfamiliar rules and often sporadic attendance by their friends. Social Emotional Learning, trauma-informed teaching practices, and awareness of youth mental health are crucial to enabling students to learn, grow, and thrive. Free resources on these topics will be shared. Register here.

Audience: Educators and Caregivers of children K-12

The (W)hole Child: Social Emotional Learning & Early Childhood Mental Health

May 6 at 4:30-6pm ET

How can we help our children feel safe and secure when we’re struggling ourselves? The COVID-19 pandemic brought on so much uncertainty: plans that constantly changed, long-awaited events canceled, new guidelines replaced by newer guidelines, and ongoing adjustments to daily routines. We all have feelings! Join us to learn ways and resources to help kids develop a strong emotional toolkit and enable them to better able to handle the ups and downs of life. Register here.

Audience: Educators of children PreK-3


May 8 at 9 am – 12 pm ET

Join KET for PBS KIDS Edcamp! This professional development opportunity is a FREE participant-driven experience for all educators, childcare providers, and community members invested in education. This exciting “un-conference” is a great opportunity to connect with other professionals in your field. You’ll have the chance to learn about topics important to you, and to share your own expertise. Register here.

Audience: Educators of children PreK-12

Although you will not receive professional development credit, you can catch up on sessions you missed on the KET YouTube Channel. Here’s a taste of what you’ll find:

  • It’s LIT! (and science, math, and history, too!): Virtual Learning Resources from PBS LearningMedia
  • PBS LearningMedia + Digital Tools = Making Engaging Virtual Learning a Reality
  • Teaching and Learning in the New Frontier
    with Sam Northern, Simpson County Schools
  • How Our Government Works: Helping Your Students Become Informed Citizens
  • Are Students Watching My Virtual Videos? App Smashing Edpuzzle and Screencastify to See
    with Dee Dee Webb, Grayson County Schools
  • The Techy Teaching Toolbox
    with Ashley Judd, Jackson County Schools
  • Immerse Your Students in Educational Gaming with the Newest Mission US Adventure

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