In the coming years, we should build on that progress, by … offering every student the hands-on computer science and math classes that make them job-ready on day one. President Obama in his 2016 State of the Union Address Computer Science for All is the President’s bold new initiative to empower all American students […]
MARCH 2: District Innovation Coordinator‘s meeting, Hazard 2-4: “Passport to my Future” Transition Fair for Students with Special Needs, 9 am – 2 pm, contact Heather Hall @heatherhall or Verna Howell @vernahowell Register here: 2nd at Expo Center, Pikeville 3rd & 4th at Knott Co. Sportsplex 4: Discovering Innovation Spotlight: Classroom Redesign, 9 – 10:30 am, […]
Many of our districts are either planning or implementing a one-to-one program. This article from eSchool News describes four essential ideas critical to the success of your one-to-one program. eSchoool News – Four Essential Elements of any sucessful one-to-one program.
On April 27th, the East Kentucky Expo Center will again be booming with the regions most innovative leaders and learners. Not to mention robots, flight simulators, student art & performance, cutting-edge strategies and technologies, and over 150 interactive presentations & displays. Students and educators have turned their most promising classroom practices into research-based action. Register today and join […]
The Appalachian Technology Institute (ATI) is being designed to bring world-class educational opportunities to students in the mountains, but also to stimulate economic growth. By creating a culture of innovation, while at the same time leveraging resources such as area wide broadband Internet access, the ultimate goal of the ATI is to bring about systemic […]
On this week’s episode of FIREshare we take a look at how 34 students throughout 17 school districts have joined to create a regional Student Senate.
Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative (KVEC) is collaborating with regional teachers and students to retrofit a box trailer similar to those used for racing, into 204 square feet of portable and innovative learning space.
The expansion of broadband will reduce the digital divide in Appalachian Kentucky empowering its citizens to compete in the new, global economy.