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C. Utah State Office Of Education (USOE) Credit
D. Southern Utah University (SUU) Credit
E. Failure To Complete Assignment
UEN Professional Development classes are designed for educators. All classes include instruction on effective teaching and learning strategies. Participants are expected to have some background in teaching and learning and some classes require the development of education-related projects.
In order to participate in in-person or online classes, participants must provide a Utah mailing address on their credit request form. All certificates and credit materials will be mailed to the Utah address. UEN honors the Military Spouse Residency Relief Act (Public Law 111-97). If this applies to your specific circumstances please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In order to register for online or in-person courses, a my.uen account login and password are required. A valid and currently used email address must be included.
View the class catalog online at: www.uen.org/development. Most classes are repeated several times a year. New schedules are posted on August 1 (Sept – Dec), December 1 (Jan – May) and May 1 (June-Aug) each year.
After selecting class(es) of interest, and clicking the section you wish to add to your list, complete the registration process by using your my.uen account login and password and confirming your contact information.
Immediately upon completion of the registration process, participants should receive an email message confirming their registration.
Once registered, participants will receive an email reminder 2 weeks prior to class asking them to CONFIRM or CANCEL their attendance. Due to popularity and long waiting lists, it is critical that participants accurately confirm or cancel prior to class. This may be done either directly through the RSVP email message, or participants may login to their my.uen account PERSONAL page.
In the My UEN Courses page, they may review their course history and manage their registrations including cancelling a class at any time, or confirming a class any time within two weeks before the first day of class.
When scheduled classes reach their capacity, people may register themselves on the waiting list. As others drop from the class, waiting list participants are notified in the order their registration was received.
When promoted from the waiting list to registered status, participants MUST STILL CONFIRM or cancel their attendance.
One week prior to the first day of class, if a participant has not confirmed or canceled their attendance, their status in our system remains “registered”. IF a class has a waiting list, UEN staff WILL CANCEL and drop non-responding participants from the class list to enable more from the waiting list to attend.
Therefore, it is very important for all those registered to confirm or cancel their participation at least one week prior to class. Calling or emailing the UEN Professional Development administrative assistant is an acceptable way to confirm or cancel AS LONG AS you receive a call or email indicating that we updated your status.
In the event that a confirmed participant fails to attend class, that person’s status in our system is set to No Show. If a participant has more than three No Shows in their registration history, we reserve the right to cancel their participation (drop them from the roster) in favor of someone from the waiting list. If it is necessary for us to take this step, the participant will be informed via email that their registration has been canceled.
A participant may miss up to two hours of an in-person class without jeopardizing their credit; HOWEVER, because UEN makes every effort to use instructional time effectively, participants must consult with the instructor regarding any missed time (preferably in advance). Instructors have discretion to recommend a participant drop the class if his/her absence of two hours or less would be disruptive to the rest of the class or to the participant’s ability to understand and practice the material.
Due to the rigorous nature of our online courses and the scheduled model we follow, we limit participation to no more than 3 credits of online courses per person at the same time. It is important to limit an individual’s participation not only to maximize his/her success, but also to allow the opportunity for as many others to participate as possible.
All UEN-created online courses follow a “scheduled asynchronous” model. This means that there are scheduled weekly deadlines, but within the week participants may choose the best time(s) to complete the work.
Participants should expect to commit the following amount of time to each course:
For online courses, a “week” begins Thursday morning, and ends at 11:59 pm the following Wednesday. Therefore, all assignments are due by 11:59 pm Wednesday of that week. Most courses require logging in two times during the week – once early to post in the discussion board, and a second time later in the week to reply.
Discussion is an important aspect of all UEN’s online courses. You must post at least one original message and two meaningful replies each week.
Certificates for license points are issued based on seat time – or UEN’s estimation of hours required to complete work for online classes.
One credit is awarded based on 14 hours of seat time, plus an additional 4 hours of work outside of class. In online classes, credit is awarded based on the estimated hours per week required to complete a class. We estimate 18 hours of work (3 hours per week) for 1 credit classes and 36 hours of work (6 hours per week) for the intensive 2 credit classes.
UEN Professional Development provides certificates and credit opportunities as documentation of course completion. It is up to participants to verify that their particular district or the state office will recognize the credit for lane change or relicensing.
All participants must complete a blue Credit Request Form so that we can prepare a certificate or process credit. For in-person classes, the instructor either files these after distributing the certificates, or retains the form until receiving the outside of class assignment and processing credit. Participants submit their outside of class assignment within 30 days of the last day of class. In the case of an online class, the form is collected as part of the orientation and the instructor processes certificates and credit directly after the final day of class.
One credit is equal to 18 relicensing points.
Point certificates represent the hours spent in class. In most cases the certificate is provided to participants at the end of in-person classes. For online classes and some in-person classes, certificates may be mailed.
All in-person classes require an outside-of-class assignment be completed in order to earn either USOE or SUU credit.
UEN Professional Development maintains records of class attendance and credit/certificate requests for two years. Participants may access information about the status of credit requests by contacting the department’s administrative assistant.
It is the responsibility of each participant to verify that credit appears appropriately in the USOE On Track system OR in their Southern Utah University transcript. Any issues must be reported to UEN Professional Development staff immediately for timely resolution. UEN staff are not able to process paperwork more than a year after the last day of class, nor are we able to “change” credit from one type to another once it has been processed.
Participants may view their UEN course status and credit history by logging in to their my.uen PERSONAL page, and clicking the link for My UEN Courses. Questions regarding information in this tool may be directed to the UEN Professional Development administrative assistant.
UEN pays the University of Utah for parking permits and provides, as needed, up to one permit per person per day of class at no charge.
Due to the cost of permits, UEN Professional Development does not distribute permits in advance.
UEN is not able to pay for parking tickets, to appeal them or otherwise resolve parking issues. Participants may appeal tickets through the University’s Commuter Services department directly.
Participants should allow adequate time to deal with parking prior to class. They should come into the office to pick up permits and will be provided with permits for both days of class at that time.
Free “loading zone” meters are available just outside the South door to the building for those who wish to park there while picking up permits.
Due to a variety of needs and situations and variation among districts in the state, UEN Professional Development management maintains flexibility with regard to class requests.
Guidelines for Requested Classes Include:
To review a list of presentation topics and submit a presentation request form, visit our Request a Presentation web page.