KET makes a difference with annual Multimedia Day
Every day, KET’s resources, expertise, and materials enrich learning for students in Kentucky. One of the ways we do that is to provide training opportunities for teachers.
Our education consultants go into schools regularly, presenting educators with new ideas and digital learning materials they can use right away, like KET EncycloMedia, where teachers can easily access the digital resources of PBS LearningMedia, Discovery Education, and KET ED On Demand.
Plus, once a year, KET throws open its doors to provide teachers hands-on professional development with our Multimedia Day.
One of those teachers who have benefited from Multimedia Day is Kim Joiner-Johnson, a drama teacher at Louisville’s Noe Middle School.
“When I hear about new resources I think, ‘How can I use it?’” said Joiner-Johnson, who first became an English literature teacher before going back to school to teach drama.
“My goal is to add resources that integrate flawlessly so they’re not another chore to do but it enhances some programs that you already have.”
Listen as Kim talks about how KET helps her stay on the cutting edge. You can also read more stories of how KET makes a difference in the lives of not only teachers but Kentuckians from every corner of the state at MyStory.