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Best UEN podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best UEN podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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UEN SciFi Friday offers a weekly science fiction feature film from the heyday of SciFi – the 1920’s to 1970’s. Join other Utah science fiction movie fans after the film for an accompanying podcast where Utah scientists discuss topics from the movie. Watch the movie, Fridays at 9pm on UEN-TV. For more information: www.uen.org/tv.
 
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As part of the UCET conference, Jared moderated a panel of Utah educators and leaders for a group of international education leaders. Our panel of Utah educators including Robert Gordon (Box Elder), Justin Brooksby (UEN), Tonya James (Ogden), Dave Horan (Alpine), Pam Turley (Nebo), Rick Gaisford (USBE). Topics include: Differences between Rural and…
 
Click HERE To Watch Full on nufilm.live A comedy-drama road movie telling the story of a man bringing the body of someone he barely knows for burial with his family. His good intentions are motivated by trying to patch up his relationship with his own brother. However, en route from West Cork toBy metzbd
 
In this episode of Homeroom, Jared and Dani talk with Dr. Janice Bradley, Assistant Director with the Utah Education Policy Center. During the conversation we cover topics like: how to deal with a teacher who's a "downer", what role does a school leader play in changing a toxic culture, and how can a teacher make a difference in a negative school c…
 
We're excited to bring Kerri Hopkins and Anne Dibble from the Beverly Taylor Sorenson Arts Learning Program to discuss how all teachers can bring more art into their classrooms. We learn how arts can improve academic performance across all subjects, the need to overcome our fears when expanding into the arts, and the different programs available to…
 
This week we took UEN Homeroom on the road, literally, as we met with Cory Henwood, Digital Teaching and Learning Coordinator for Iron School District, from the front seat of a car. During this discussion we covered topics such as providing students with choice, using technology to empower students, and Launch High School, Iron's soon-to-open compe…
 
Tami Pyfer, the Education Advisor to the Governor, recently dropped by UEN Homeroom as we kick off the 2019-2020 school year. As part of our conversation we discussed the state of education in Utah, the role of the Education Advisor and how she works on behalf of Utah teachers, and the need for teachers to share the good things they are doing in th…
 
Even during summer break, UEN Homeroom is working hard to bring another interview to our listeners. This week Tod Cracroft, the principal of Oakwood Elementary in Granite School District, discusses how school culture is built. We talk about the importance of building relationships, how music can help students connect to school, and how culture is a…
 
This week Holly Todd, the Project Aware Coordinator for Jordan School District, comes by the Homeroom to share ideas on social and emotional learning in schools. We discuss the need to help students understand their emotions, how to provide self-care for teachers, and the need to teach kids "soft skills" that can prepare them for real life.…
 
This week we talk with Dr. Pablo Riboldi, Assistant Director of Instructional Design at Brigham Young University, about how and why technologies fail to get adopted. During our discussion we explore the four elements of diffusion in technology, the role that politics play in educational technology, and how social capital is just as important as tec…
 
UEN Homeroom is excited to talk with Rick Gaisford, Educational Technology Specialist for the Utah State Board of Education. Rick discusses the changes he's seen in classroom technology over his 30+ years in education and the crew shares their thoughts about the Digital Teaching and Learning Grant, the impact technology has made for schools, and mo…
 
Kathleen Riebe, School Technology Specialist in Granite School District and State Senator from Cottonwood Heights, joins the Homeroom on location from the State Senate floor to discuss her journey from the classroom to the Senate. We also talk about the current legislation that involves education and share ideas for getting teachers involved in the…
 
In this week's UEN Homeroom, we talk with Brandon Jacobsen, the CTE - IT Specialist for the Utah Board of Education, about the changing face of computer science in our schools. We discuss topics like: how is computer science being presented to Utah students, the role of computer science in all curriculums - not just STEM, what the job market looks …
 
Adam McMickell, Director of Student Achievement in Ogden School District, drops by UEN Homeroom to talk about personalized learning in Ogden. In this episode we discuss what professional development should look like, how does badging and certifications play a role in professional learning, and how Ogden is trying to meet the needs of their teachers…
 
Melanie Durfee, Digital Learning Specialist from the Utah Board of Education, drops by the Homeroom to discuss making group work, well - work. We talk about the misconceptions of groups, how to work through challenges, providing structure for student to student conversations about learning, and making personalized learning matter.…
 
Clint Stephens, SEDC's trainer-extraordinaire, join UEN's Homeroom to discuss how technology has helped rural teachers improve student learning. We talk about the difference when a teacher is the Science department for the school, what technology tools are helping rural teachers, and how the regional service centers are impacting education in rural…
 
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