September 12, 2020

The Annual KATE Conference offers a plethora of resources and forums for teachers and educators across the Bluegrass state.



"Be nimble, be flexible, and be adaptable." It's a concept that can't be over-emphasized in the field of education, especially in the face of a pandemic, as College of Education Associate Dean Margaret Mohr-Schroeder told the educators who logged on early Saturday morning for the Kentucky Association of Teacher Educators (Kate) 2020 conference conference. Nearly 300 registered for the virtual conference, said Joni Meade, KATE president, conference chair, and UK's elementary student teaching coordinator. Public school educators, student teachers, and university professors came together online to discuss issues facing teachers and students and best practices to help strengthen learning in today's environment. The College of Education's Kim White, Ed.D was during the conference as the 2020 Kentucky Distinguished Educator

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