Welcome to Multimedia Professional Development Day

Registration is now open for the 2019 KET Multimedia Professional Development Day on Wednesday, July 17. 

Visit the REGISTRATION page to see the session and presenter lineup and to register for this year’s event. We hope to see you at KET this summer!

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Kentucky Educators attending the KET Multimedia PD Day 2018 gain lots of great information during Larry Moore’s Video Production workshop.

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 2019 event will be emailed 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.

Questions about the KET Multimedia PD Day? Contact Brian Spellman, KET Education Division, 859-258-7274; 800-432-0951 ext. 7274.

About Multimedia Professional Development Day

For More Information…

About the events, sessions, webcasts:
Brian Spellman, KET
bspellman@ket.org (800) 432-0951, ext. 7274
(859) 258-7274

About registration, payment, lodging, food, and PD/EILA credit:
Brian Spellman, KET
bspellman@ket.org (800) 432-0951, ext. 7274
(859) 258-7274

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!