UEN Resources for K-12 Education

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Digital Media Arts

Digital Media Arts Education encompasses digital arts + interconnectivity across all aesthetic, artistic and academic elements, forms, contents, disciplines and domains, for the purposes of learning and creating. 

Foods and Fitness - Foods/Nutrition I

This curriculum guide provides Foods and Nutrition educators basic information and learning activities. It is organized around the reasons why we eat.

Foods and Fitness - Foods/Nutrition II

This guide is intended for use as a semester course in basic nutrition and foods at the 9th or 10th grade level. Sections contain units of detailed study with scientific and technical information, teaching strategies and resources.

Health Education - Bloom's Taxonomy

Help students think critically while learning about Health Education using Bloom's Taxonomy.

Health Education eMedia Hub

Explore a collection of high-quality, peer-reviewed teaching resources aligned to the Utah Health Education standards to help educators create lifelong healthy behaviors for their students.

Healthy Minds, Healthy Bodies

This resource provides a starting point for teachers to install activities that stimulate the brain through physical activity.

Life Management

This course is designed to prepare students with skills to live independently. Skills are developed to help students manage their needs in the areas of interpersonal relationships, housing, clothing, nutrition, and food.

Prevention Dimensions

USBE's collection of age-appropriate lessons and resources with the goal of decreasing risk factors and promoting protective factors.

Suicide Prevention Training (USBE)

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.

Utah Youth Suicide Prevention Crisis Toolkit

The Utah State Board of Education developed this collection of resources for counselors, educators and parents.

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