Summer Course Registration Begins
Apr 01Our summer schedule will be released on April 1, 2020. We will have many courses to help you teach your students remotely and keep them engaged.
Held on June 28-July 1, in Anaheim, California the ISTE Conference & Expo is recognized as the most comprehensive educational technology conference in the world. For more than three decades, educators and education leaders have gathered at the ISTE conference to engage in hands-on learning, exchange ideas and network with like-minded thinkers seeking to transform teaching and learning.
2020 Utah Rural Schools Conference
July 08-10Professional educators from all over the State of Utah will gather at the Utah Rural Schools Association’s Annual Conference in Richfield, Utah July 8-10, 2020. This is the conference for dialogue, learning, and exploration of topics critical to districts, schools, and individuals dedicated to the education, development, and growth of students in Utah’s rural communities. Attendees will include district and school level administrators, teachers, and school-based mental health professionals in grades pre-K through 12. All subject areas will be represented. We traditionally offer a varied conference in which the professional educator can find what they need to support their professional learning goals.
On this episode of UEN PDTV, Michael travels up to North Logan to visit a computer science class at Green Canyon High School. Alison Ence, a computer science teacher, is learning with her students about the vast capabilities of virtual and augmented reality. Her students are not only using VR in the classroom, but coding VR in the classroom. We find out that limitations don’t exist in this field beyond the scope of your own imagination.UEN Homeroom. This podcast is UEN’s chance to tell your stories and talk about the issues impacting Utah’s amazing teachers. We plan to feature educators and leaders from across the state of Utah in a fun and informative bi-monthly podcast.
As part of the UCET conference, Jared moderated a panel of Utah educators and leaders for a group of international education leaders. Our panel of Utah educators including Robert Gordon (Box Elder), Justin Brooksby (UEN), Tonya James (Ogden), Dave Horan (Alpine), Pam Turley (Nebo), Rick Gaisford (USBE). Topics include: Differences between Rural and Urban schools, the role of standardizing curriculum, what does distance learning look like, and how prepared is Utah for COVID 19.