OVEC Events Calendar
OVEC keeps a calendar of all upcoming events. Take a look at OVEC's Events Calendar to see what is new and coming up, from professional development to meetings and fairs.
OVEC Summer Leadership Institute "Personalized Learning for Students"
Date: Thursday, July 25, 2013
Time: 8:30 am -3:30 pm
Location: Georgetown College, King Center
Featured Speaker is Tom Vander Ark. For more information click here. Registration is $100 per participant which includes buffet lunch. Click here to register
OVEC Teacher Leader Showcase (BCPS Technology and OVEC Curriculum and Instruction Institute)
Date: Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Time: 8:00 am -4:00 pm
Location: North Bullitt High School, Bullitt County
Bullitt County Public Schools and OVEC have teamed up this year to showcase our region’s teachers’ best technology, curriculum, and instructional ideas. Each 50-minute presentation may showcase technology tools, curriculum integration techniques, practical lesson ideas in all subject areas. Sessions for all K-12 teachers.
For more information click here. Registration is free and you can register here.
OVEC Educator Recruitment Fair
Date: November 8, 2013
Time: 1:00 - 3:30 PM
Location - OVEC
Administrators, Teachers, and Student Teachers are invited to attend the Ohio Valley Educational (OVEC) Educator Recruitment Fair.
For more information click here or contact Tina Tipton.
Kentucky Leads the Nation Project
The Kentucky Leads the Nation blog – www.kyleadsthenation.com – features innovations in Kentucky and around the nation, conversations with educators and policy makers leading the education revolution, and tools and resources that will help districts affect change for kids. This is the place the KLN Round Table’s answers to the big questions that are driving education policy will be available for everyone to consider
Formed by the state’s eight Educational Cooperatives in partnership with the Kentucky Department of Education, Kentucky Leads the Nation’s mission is three-fold:
- Driving innovation
- Fostering important discussions of federal and state policy priorities
- Sharpening Kentucky’s advantage for competitive education funding
Kentucky led the nation before in re-thinking education. Kentucky Leads the Nation wants to ignite that spark of Kentucky spirit needed to do it again by:
Convening the Kentucky Leads the Nation Round Table
Tapping into the brainpower of more than 75 public school educators and advocates, members of the Kentucky General Assembly, and civic , community, and business leaders, the Kentucky Leads the Nation ROUND TABLE will meet six times a year in each of Kentucky’s Congressional districts.
Each meeting will be a “field trip” where we’ll see innovation in action at Kentucky’s public schools. At each session the ROUND TABLE will tackle a “Big Question” about what barriers are in the way to innovation and how to build school and community support for trying something new. We’ll have federal and state policy makers on hand to discuss what support schools need to make change happen.
Learning and discovery at www.kyleadsthenation.com
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