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KET Multimedia Professional Development Day: Wednesday, July 20, 2016

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Educators getting expert advice on making good photographs at the 2015 event session, Photography Tips from a Pro, featuring KET staff photographer Steve Shaffer. Steve returns for 2016 to present on DSLR video!

To Register

If you are a Kentucky teacher, library media specialist, teaching staff worker, or administrator (public, private, and homeschools included):

  • Go to the registration web page and complete the form to register for the July 20 event. You'll see a list of event sessions to choose from along with lunch choices.
  • After you have filled-out your session and lunch choices, choose a payment option. The registration fee of $50.00 per person includes lunch and refreshments, and helps to support travel expenses for our event presenters. If paying by check or purchase order, please mail those in by July 14.
  • Online registration for the event will close July 14.
  • This year's session titles are listed below. Descriptions are at the registration website.

For more information about registration and PD credit, contact Cynthia Barton, KET:

(800) 432-0951, ext. 7271
(859) 258-7271

We look forward to seeing you at KET!

PD Credit

To find out whether KET Multimedia Professional Development Day session hours can be used toward fulfillment of your school district’s staff professional development requirements, please contact your school or district official in charge of professional development. Up to six hours of credit will be available, corresponding to how many sessions of the event are attended.

Those attending the 2016 event will be mailed certificates in early August listing hours accumulated for participation in the KET workshops and presentations.

KET is also approved to award EILA (Effective Instructional Leadership Act) professional development credit to Kentucky K-12 school administrators for attendance at our summer event workshops.

For More Information ...

  • About the event, sessions:
    Jeff Gray, KET

    (800) 432-0951, ext. 7263
    (859) 258-7263
  • About registration, payment, and PD/EILA credit:
    Cynthia Barton, KET

    (800) 432-0951, ext. 7271
    (859) 258-7271

And for more workshops throughout the year...

Check out our KET Media Lab's multimedia workshops and KET tours for public, private, and homeschool students and educators that are available year-round by appointment. KET Education Consultants will also give various free workshops for staff and students at your school!

2016 KET Multimedia Professional Development Day Sessions

Basic Video Production - Add Multimedia for Fun and Engaging Classroom Projects
Cynthia Warner, KET

The Blended/Personalized Tech-Rich Classroom
Savannah Denning, Simpson Co. Schools

Copyright's Still Important: Guidelines for Educators
Diana Wolf, Bowling Green Jr. High

Doing More with Google Forms
Helen Morrison, Technology Integration Specialist, Woodford County Schools

DSLR Videography - Another Use for Your Digital Camera
Steve Shaffer, KET

Going Googley Over Google Education
Jamie Chenault, Hardin Co Schools

Let's Get Building! Using MinecraftEdu in the Primary Classroom
Stephanie Perkins, Johnson Elem., Ft. Thomas Ind.

Middle School Makerspace — the Beginning
Kelly Crawhorn, Metcalfe County Schools

New Mission US Game: Up From the Dust
Laureen Laumeyer, Bullitt Co. Schools; Kathy Davis, KET Education Consultant

Paperless English Classroom
Susan Cintra, PBS Digital Innovator, Madison Central High

PBS Learning Media's New Tools
KET Education Consultants

Scratch Jr. & Robotics
Leanna Prater, Fayette Co. Schools

STLP: Great Tech-Ed Resources for K-12
Jeff Sebulsky, STLP Director

SUAS for STEAM Education: Small Drones for Safe Projects
Justin Allen, KET Producer/Director

Touchcast Multimedia App
Steve Swan, University of Louisville Education

Tour of KET
Deborah Harris and KET Production staff


Past Event Resources

2015 session resources online

Become a Digital Innovator with Online Resources - Latonya Rowe, Johnson County Schools

Canva and Other Free Multimedia Project Resources - Traci Mahone, Royal Spring Middle School, Scott County Schools.

Making Special Video Projects with Elementary Students - Jeanne Caudill, Mullins Elementary, Pike County Schools

MinecraftEdu: A Teacher-Administered Version of the Popular Game - Tim Withers, Wayne County High School; James Grimm and Russell Pruitt, KET

PBS LearningMedia Storyboard! - Amy Grant, KET

School Video Production: Equipment Considerations, Streaming & Distribution - Chris Walsh, Elementary Technology Resource Teacher, Boone County Schools

STLP: Great Tech-Ed Resources for K-12 - Jeff Sebulsky, Student Technology Leadership Program Dir.

  • STLP website - resources and projects for education technology

Transforming Your Library Into a Collaborative Learning Space (listed for event as Makerspaces for School Projects) - Jennifer Miller, Anderson County Schools

University of Kentucky's Media Depot: A Help Center for Student Multimedia Projects - Kirk Laird, Media Depot Director; Michelle Gulley, UK Media Depot

Weebly: A Free WEbsite Builder for Teachers and Students - Helen Morrison, KET


2014 session resources online

Digital Citizenship Resources - Larry Moore, KET

Engage Your Students with Discovery Education's Web Board Builder! - Kathy Davis, KET

Especially for Library Media Specialists: Supporting Research with Symbaloo and Biteslide - Janet Lanham, Jefferson County Public Schools

Google Resources for Education - Donnie Piercey, Woodford County Schools

Greenscreen Effects for iPad Video Projects - Jeff Gray, KET

  • Jeff's OneDrive Public Folder: includes resources for greenscreen effects, iOS video production, sharing school video over Web and streaming sessions (will update)

Integrating Technology with Project Based Learning - Jennifer Montgomery, Eminence Ind. Schools; Larry Moore, KET

iPads or Chomebooks? A Comparison for Educators - Donnie Piercey, Woodford County Schools; Ms. Becky Keith

Powtoon, Piktochart, or Prezi? Useful Online Resources and Apps - Helen Morrison, KET

School Video Production Projects - Cynthia Warner, KET

  • KET School Video Project, with seasonal "challenge" projects focusing on curriculum
  • Cynthia's online session SMORE of project and resources information

Social Media and Other Online Tools for Student Projects - Bill Goodman and Helen Morrison, KET; Jordan Shewmaker, Centre College alumnus

  • Helen Morrison's Prezzi — presented to Centre College students at KET Media Lab workshop for class project resources

School Video Production: A Basic System With Cleverly Added Gear - Chris Walsh, Goodridge Elementary, Boone County Schools

STLP: Great Tech-Ed Resources for K-12 - Jeff Sebulsky, Student Technology Leadership Program Dir.

  • STLP website - resources and projects for education technology

Streaming Student-Produced Video Over School Networks and the Web - James Grimm and Jeff Gray, KET

  • Jeff's OneDrive Public Folder: includes resources for greenscreen effects, iOS video production, sharing school video over Web and streaming sessions (will update)

University of KY's Media Depot: Resources for Student Projects - Kirk Laird and Chris Wright, University of Kentucky


2013 session resources online

Basic Camcorder Video Production - Larry Moore, KET

Microsoft Office 365 and Lync Web Conferencing for Kentucky Schools - Marty Park, KDE

Digital Reenactments: Student Greenscreen Video Projects - Stephen Swan, Univ. of Louisville

All-in-One Video Production Boxes - Tim Withers, Wayne Co. High; Michelle Rauch, Eastside Technical School, Lexington

Engage Your Students with KET EncycloMedia's New Features and Tools! - Kathy Davis, KET

Google Tips and Tricks - Donnie Piercey, Woodford County Schools

iPad Video Production - Jessica Murrell, Northern Elementary, Pendleton Co.

Using PBWorks' Wikis to Teach Arts and More - Paula Mullins, Jeffersontown High, Louisville

Introduction to Using Twitter in Education- Amy Grant, KET

Digital Driver's License Project: Prepare Students to Be Responsible Netizens - Marty Park, Kentucky Department of Education

Free Tools for Blended Learning: Edmodo and More - Helen Morrison, KET

Using iPads, iPhone, iPods, and Apps for Video Production - Jeff Gray, KET

  • Jeff's OneDrive Public Folder: includes resources for greenscreen effects, iOS video production, sharing school video over Web and streaming sessions (will update)

Re-Tool Your School: Useful Online Resources - Susan White, Corbin Primary School

 2012 session resources online

Basic Camcorder Video Production

Copyright Issues for School Multimedia Production - Melissa Gardner, Kenton Elementary, Kenton Co. Schools

Digital Reenactments: Greenscreen Video Projects - Dr. Caroline Sheffield and Stephen Swan, Univ. of Louisville

eBook Making: Easy, Effective, and Fun! - Esther Tattershall and Brian Spellman, KET

Empowering Your School with the Student Technology Leadership Program (STLP) - Elaine Harrison-Lane, KDE

Free and Easy Website Building and Hosting - Helen Morrison, KET

Integrating Multimedia Production into the Curriculum - Tara Rodgriquez, KDE; Matthew Logsdon,
Henry Clay HS, Fayette Co.

iTeach with iDevices - Melinda Caldwell, Woodford Co. Schools, and Mandi Hudson, Scott Co. Schools

Making Costumes and Props for Video Productions - Tim Withers, Wayne Co. Schools

Twitter for Education: Tweeting and Resources - Amy Grant, KET


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