Professional Development

Upcoming Events

  • Reimagine Teaching Series
    Sep 22
    This nine week-long learning series offers school leadership, k12 educators, and specialists a chance to learn with their peers during interactive Zoom sessions facilitated by national presenters. Get effective teaching strategies from experts, remote learning support, plus some inspiration.

  • Adobe MAX - The Creativity Conference
    Oct 20-22
    Make plans to join Adobe for a uniquely immersive and engaging digital experience, guaranteed to inspire. Three full days of luminary speakers, celebrity appearances, musical performances, a global collaborative art project, and 350+ sessions — and all at no cost.

  • Develop Your Library Web Page to Support Online Research with Gale, for Public Libraries
    Oct 22
    Now more than ever, your patrons need safe and reliable access to information and resources that support research, further learning, and advancement of their goals. In this session, we’ll explore the best practices to organize your library web page, including Gale Pages, our updated Gale Product Menu, and our support site.

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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.

In our first PDTV of the school year, Jared Fawson navigates the new normal of remote learning. He chats with Hollie Fisher from Lakeside Elementary in the Davis School District. She shares how she uses OneNote, Teams and more to help with 21st century learning and teaching!

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.

This week UEN Homeroom is pleased to welcome Rushton Hurley, the founder and executive director of Next Vista for Learning, to the podcast. In our conversation we focus on how teachers can effectively develop opportunities for students to create videos in class. Topics included in the discussion are: How teachers can use student video projects to engage kids in learning. How film festivals promote student work. How much technical know-how teachers need to help with student video projects and the basic essentials teachers need to get started. How video projects are particularly effective during blended or online learning and more...