Professional Development

Upcoming Events

  • Reimagine Learning Virtual Conference
    July 29
    Spring 2020 has fundamentally changed the way many of us think about education and how students will learn in the future. None of us know exactly what the learning environment will be but we do know Utah Educators will be required to Reimagine Learning.  Join us July 29, 2020 from 8:30am - 12:00pm for the Reimagine Learning, UEN Virtual Conference.

  • CanvasCon Online
    Oct 15
    Hey, educators and edtech experts! Hello, Canvas lovers and Canvas lurkers! We're switching things up this year. For the health and safety of all attendees, we're combining our annual InstructureCon event and regional CanvasCon events into one awesome, eduriffic, online global conference. Let's come together for professional development, idea-sharing, and skill-building at CanvasCon Online. -Register for Free-

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UEN PDTV

PDTV
UEN PDTV is on demand, YouTube hosted, streaming professional development for teachers in the state of Utah. These 10 minute episodes will focus on the latest tech tools and resources built around standards-based technology integration in the classroom. View all episodes on the UEN PDTV YouTube Channel or episodes are also available in UEN's eMedia.

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

UEN Homeroom
Welcome to 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.

Dani and Jared are pleased to welcome Bri DeLeon and Richard Thomas, from Latinos in Action, into the Homeroom this week. During this powerful episode we discuss topics such as: How do we talk to students about racism? What does systemic racism look like in the education system? How do we encourage schools to celebrate diversity? How do we include parents and families into conversations about racism and What are some strategies that can help create a more inclusive environment for faculty and students?