UEN Professional Development TV
UEN PDTV is on-demand, streaming professional development for teachers in the state of Utah. Each episode will focus on how educators are implementing Utah's education technology competencies in their classrooms. View all episodes by clicking on the PDTV playlist, the UEN PDTV YouTube Channel, or in UEN's eMedia.
In this episode of PDTV, Host Katie Blunt travels to Park City, Utah, to see the 4Cs of education in action! Kindergarten teacher Amanda Lawing at Trailside Elementary shares how she’s had success using technology tools to develop creative and engaging lessons that encourage the 4Cs in her classroom.
Apply the EdTech competencies taught in this video using the resources linked below!
The 4 Cs
- Creative/Engineering/Design Processes:
- Utah Core Standards for Fine Arts (USBE)
- Utah CTE Engineering Curriculum (USBE)
- Artistic Thinking Process
- Apple - Everyone Can Create
- Adobe Creative Educator
- NASA Engineering Design Process
- The Works Museum Engineering Design Process
- The Think-Make-Improve Robot Poster
- Creativity/Publishing/Portfolio Tools:
- Communicating Ideas through Digital Objects:
- Utah Core Standards for Fine Arts (UEN)
- Utah Core Standards for Computer Science (UEN)
- Utah Core Standards for CTE: Arts, Audio/Visual Technology & Communications (UEN)
- UEN Digital Media Arts
- eMedia Digital Media Arts Hub
- UEN Course Catalog
- Communication Activities/Tools:
Katie Blunt is a product manager with the Utah Education Network. She has a doctorate in Educational Leadership and Policy and a master’s in Instructional Design and Educational Technology from the University of Utah. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Brigham Young University. Katie has K-12 administrative licensure and teaching endorsements in ESL, Ed Tech, Keyboarding, and Multimedia. She is an ISTE, Apple, Nearpod, and Google certified educator and UCET past president.