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KFB to offer teacher training and professional development opportunities at workshops

For approximately 20 years, Kentucky Farm Bureau has provided educators with a variety of teacher training and professional development opportunities designed to better enable participants to incorporate agriculture into their daily core curriculum.

The workshop registration fee has been waived for all Kentucky educators, compliments of Kentucky Farm Bureau. Please be aware that availability is limited; therefore, early registration is encouraged. Please register online at kyfb.com by June 1.

2019 Dates and Locations:

Owensboro RiverPark Center, Owensboro – Wednesday, June 5

Carter Caves Start Park, Olive Hill – Monday, June 10

Barren River Lake Lodge, Lucas – Wednesday, June 12

Lake Barkley Resort Lodge, Cadiz – Thursday, June 13

Hilton Garden Inn, Pikeville – Monday, June 24

Spindletop Hall, Lexington – Tuesday, June 25

The Frazier History Museum, Louisville – Thursday, June 27

The workshops will highlight a variety of state and national agricultural lessons designed to address Kentucky’s core competences. These thematic lessons and materials will enhance learning retention and help teachers teach mathematics, social studies, English and science through real-life application.

A total of six hours of professional development and/or EILA credit may be earned depending on school district approval.

Questions regarding these educational opportunities should be directed to Scott Christmas at 502-495-5000, extension 7221, or at Scott.Christmas@kyfb.com.

From Kentucky Farm Bureau

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