UEN Resources for K-12 Education
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UEN's Professional Development team has developed dozens of "9 Ideas For…" documents. Check them out today to learn about different technology tools and resources.
This Teacher's Guide provides resources to aid in teaching about Anne Frank and the Holocaust. You will find lesson plans, readings, timelines and more.
Spend some time with "Bloom's Taxonomy in the Classroom" to explore ideas for integrating Bloom’s Taxonomy into daily classroom curricular activities.
Learn about your brain and the brain research that is being done at the University of Utah and around the world.
A Public Television series about Citizen Science, Crowdsourcing and Mobile Tech.
Learn together with your child every day! Talk. Sing. Read. Write. Play.
eMedia is an Internet video distribution service provided by UEN delivering licensed video and other educational media to Utah's schools.
A collection of of resources to help educators with English Language Learners.
The Utah State Board of Education gathered these equity and advocacy resources for parents and students.
These personal finance materials for K-12 educators, students and parents were developed to help you prepare Utah's youth to be money smart.
Thinking about Flipping your Classroom? Here is some information and resources to help you.
This resource provides a starting point for teachers to install activities that stimulate the brain through physical activity.
Resources to help teachers teach about the holocaust and genocide.
A collection of web sites and resources that can be used on your Interactive Whiteboard.
Excellent resources to help K, 1, 2 educators: Developmentally Appropriate Teaching, Curriculum Mapping, Early Childhood Process Skills, Learning Centers and more.
UEN has thousands of lesson plans that are tied to the Utah Core Standards. All of the plans have been created by educators and approved by the Utah State Office of Education.
The Utah State Legislature awarded funds to enable schools to visit the Utah State Capitol. These funds will pay for the transportation costs for a field trip.
A great list of web sites that provide free sounds, images, and videos that can be used in your classroom and multimedia presentations.
Free educational resources for middle school, high school and college students and instructors - including video demonstrations, interactives and test prep.
Quality early childhood resources for youngsters age 3-6, parents, and caregivers.
USBE's collection of age-appropriate lessons and resources with the goal of decreasing risk factors and promoting protective factors.
Special Education information on national and state legislation and professional organizations.
Utah Code 53A-1-603 requires suicide prevention training for licensed employees. This online training is intended as an introductory to other training that your district will want to provide.
The goal of the site is to orient Utah educators, local agencies and support staff about school integration as new students begin their lives in Utah.
UEN's Themepark pages provide you hundreds of resources that support global themes such as Communication, Cycles, Exploration, Imagination, Systems and Patterns.
In addition to viewing the standards and objectives for every one of Utah's K-12 courses, you can find supportive Internet resources and lesson plans.
These clear and consistent Educational Leadership standards can help school leaders understand their roles and leadershop practices.
The Utah Effective Teaching Standards articulate what effective teaching and learning look like in the Utah public education system.
A college and career planning website that helps students identify interests, explore occupations, discover schools and strengthen skills.
A local early literacy program designed to help children develop as independent, lifelong readers.
Utah has some excellent museums all over the state and here is a list of of their web sites.
Learn about Utah's 5 National Parks, submit a story about one of the parks, play games, or find resources for educators.
These textbooks were created by Utah content experts and the USBE staff to help support the Utah Core Standards.
The Utah State Board of Education developed this collection of resources for counselors, educators and parents.
Online resources and lesson plans to help you bring William Shakespeare into your classroom.