Welcome to KET Multimedia Professional Development Day
Wednesday, July 19, 2017.
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This Year’s Event: Wednesday, July 20, 2016
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.
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.
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
Samuel Northern, Simpson Elementary LMS, Simpson Co.; Kathy Davis, KET
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
For the 2016 event, we added live webcasts of two of the scheduled sessions: SUAS for STEAM Education: Small Drones for Safe Projects, and Let’s Get Building! Using MinecraftEdu in the Primary Classroom. They were free of charge and could be used for PD or EILA credit, subject to school district approval.
Archives of the live webcasts can be viewed below.