UEN Resources for K-12 Education
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The Teacher Resource Book (TRB) covers all the Science standards and objectives for grades 3-6.
Help students think critically while learning about Animal Adaptations using Bloom's Taxonomy.
Celebrate Charles Darwin's 200th birthday with these educational web sites, classroom activities and lesson plans.
Did you know that there is a lot of science behind cheese? Learn the details of cheese making from real food scientists and have fun playing games and exploring cheese from around the world.
UEN's Climate Science web page provides educators and students information about the science and impacts of climate change.
A Public Television series about Citizen Science, Crowdsourcing and Mobile Tech.
The Governor’s Office of Energy Development partnered with the Utah Science Teachers Association to create a robust library of state-standard lesson plans for elementary, middle and high school students.
Here are digital textbooks created by groups of content and teaching experts, including university faculty, district and school specialists, teachers, and USBE staff.
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.
Celebrate Earth Day with these educational web sites, classroom activities, television programs, videos and lesson plans.
UEN has hundreds of quality lesson plans that support the Utah Elementary Science standards.
Help students think critically while learning about Health Education using Bloom's Taxonomy.
Every month, the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium will explore thought-provoking questions, amazing animals, weird science, investigations of our local environments, and more.
Bring National Geographic resources into your classroom with Student Experiences, Classroom Resouces, Professional Development and more.
Free educational resources for middle school, high school and college students and instructors - including video demonstrations, interactives and test prep.
Developed by the Natural History Museum of Utah, this program engages middle school students in online investigations that use museum objects and scientific research to support deeper learning.
Utah students and educators across academic disciplines and organizations are working together to understand the wisdom of Pando Populus, the oldest and largest living organism on the planet.
This online textbook is based on the Utah Science Core for grades 3 - 9. Sci-ber text includes scientific information, activities and labs which are fun and interesting.
Attention Science educators: visit UEN's Science page to view the Utah Science core and support materials.
UEN-TV broadcasts a classic Science Fiction or Horror Film each Friday at 9:00 pm. Watch the movie and then listen to a podcast interview with a local scientist.
Science lesson plans that support the Utah Core Standards. All of the plans were created by educators and approved by the Utah State Office of Education.
Free Learning Guides, Online Courses, College Readiness Prep, and Test Prep balance a teen-friendly, approachable style with academically rigorous materials to help students understand why they should care.
The Smithsonian Science Education Center provides curriculum resouces, professinal development, outreach and more.
Help students think critically while learning about Space using Bloom's Taxonomy.
A collection of excellent web resources to help 7-12th grade Science educators teach the Utah core.
Browse and download free, standards-aligned activities designed for the the Texas Instruments (TI) graphing calculators.
Texas Instruments has prepared a number of resources to support both teachers and students in remote learning.
The Physics Classroom is an online, free to use physics website developed primarily for beginning physics students and their teachers.
The SEEd standards for grades 6-8 will be implemented in the Fall 2017.
Water Wise Utah is a project designed to encourage Utah Citizens to conserve the limited water resources in Utah.
UEN gathered Internet resources and online games to help students learn about weather. In addition, the Online Cloud Guide provides excellent illustrations of the different cloud types.