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316 courses found.

2018 ELA Coordinator Academy in a Blended Learning Environment

Blended Learning

Participants will continue to learn expectations for leading in the Davis School District. Participants will receive training on mClass system, in order to understand and interpret DIBELS data. Participants will also continue learning implementation of McGraw-Hill Technology, DSD Unpacked DESK Standards with ELA Curriculum Maps, Utah Compose, and K-2 Formative Assessment tools in a blended learning format. Participants will continue to work with ELA Professional Learning and Specialist teams to implement strategies and skills learned.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 20, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 41484
2018 New ELA Coordinator Academy

Blended Learning

The course will provide new ELA Coordinators with the knowledge they will need to begin the school year at their new schools. Instruction will be given on DSD instructional resources and word level routines, DIBELS administration and progress monitoring using mCLASS, McGraw-Hill materials, technology resources, K-6 DESK Standards, comprehension and writing planning, K-6 vertical alignment, and the DSD Drill Down intervention resources.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 20, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 41589
2018 STEM Action Center 2-Day Science Workshop (Sum)

Face-to-face course

Science workshop to prepare teachers for changes in science standards. Introduction to 3D of science and lesson examples. Collaboration and resources to help teachers start planning now.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 16.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 41772
2018-19 Academic Team

Meeting

For A-team only August 8 hours September 8 hours October 10 hours November 8 hours December 6 hours January 6 hours February 6 hours March 8 hours April 8 hours May 4 hours

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 1.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 43323
2018-19 Faculty & MaaG meetings

Meeting

Tuesday meetings

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 1.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 43321
2018-19 Professional Development Meetings

Meeting

Includes the welcome back meeting, PD days in October & January, and other NDPA meetings outside of faculty and MaaG meetings.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 4.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 43319
2018/19 Educator Assignments

Compliance Training

Compliance Activities for East Hollywood Teachers that include data collection, fluency activities, etc.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • Compliance Training Credits

Course ID: 46998
2019-20 NDPA Meetings

Meeting

MaaG, Faculty. Professional Development days & meetings, and training meetings for North Davis Preparatory Academy employees only.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: March 31, 2020

Credit:

  • 1.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 56563
2019-2020 Hawthorn Academy Professional Development

Face-to-face course

Professional Development for the 2019-20 school year to include the following: PBIS, Policies and Procedures, Beginning Teachers training (Spalding, IB, Orientation), Imagine Learning and Standards Based Grading, Citizenship grading, IB (POI), Accreditation, Collaborative Team Coaching

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 10, 2020

Credit:

  • 63.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 53402
2019-2020 LEA Approved Suicide Prevention Course

Face-to-face course

The USBE requires 2 hours of suicide prevention training for active educators. (Utah Code 53 A-1-603 #10) Teachers with a Level 1 License are required to complete training as part of the requirements to upgrade from a Level 1 to a Level 2 Teaching License. ALL EDUCATORS renewing their Level 2 or Level 3 License are required to complete a LEA approved 2-hour suicide prevention training as well. One LEA sponsored 2 hour suicide prevention class must be completed each license cycle.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 14, 2020

Credit:

  • 2.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54310
2019-2020 Professional Development/Faculty Meeting

Meeting

Targeted strategies shared monthly during in-house professional development meetings

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 6, 2020

Credit:

  • 1.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54439
2019-2020 RSD SEL Staff PD / QPR Training

One-day learning opportunity

Canyons School District Responsive Services Department Trainings

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 26, 2020

Credit:

  • 8.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 53013
2019-2020 Speech-Language Pathologist & Related Service Providers Professional Development

Face-to-face course

Speech-Language Pathologist & Related Service Providers Professional Development

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 6, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 52818
2020 All Team Meeting

Face-to-face course

All team meetings for Maria Montessori employees only.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 2.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57843
2020 University of Utah Tanner Dance Summer Workshop

Face-to-face course

The University of Utah Tanner Dance Summer Teacher Workshop will be held from June 22-26, 2020. A key component of The University of Utah Tanner Dance is the Summer Professional Development Workshop. This workshop allows participants to engage in an in-depth, week long intensive, and individual experience in arts integration in the classroom. The workshop teaches participants to incorporate dance, visual art and literature into the elementary teaching curricula and runs concurrently with the summer session of the Tanner Dance Program at the University of Utah. Teachers attending the workshop spend their mornings are devoted to developing practical technical training of the body; understanding the craft of dance through the elements of time, space, and energy; (9:00 a.m. to noon). In the afternoon teachers (1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.) explore visual art experiences that demonstrate dance and visual art relationships; and creating teaching tools. Teachers will also observe dance classes throughout the week to demonstrate the use of movement in the classroom. There are $250.00 scholarships available for the first 20 teachers who register. Teachers who receive a scholarship will still need to pay a $75.00 materials fee.

Fee: $250.00

Next Registration Deadline: June 22, 2020

Credit:

  • 38.00 Relicensure Hours
  • 2.00 Higher Education Credits
  • 2.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 53454
2nd Grade Intro to Science and Engineering (SEEd) Standards

Face-to-face course

This is a one-day training to introduce teachers to the pedagogy and content needed to teach the performance expectations in the new science standards. This course can be counted towards the face-to-face portion of the introduction to 3-Dimensional Learning Blended Canvas Course or it can be taken as a one-day training.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57111
Acadience Reading Pathways of Progress

Face-to-face course

Acadience Reading Pathways of Progress.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 3, 2020

Credit:

  • 8.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54201
ACES Training

Meeting

Adverse Childhood Experiences Training

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 7, 2020

Credit:

  • 1.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 56897
Administrator Lunch and Learn 2019-2020

Meeting

TBD

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 8, 2020
Course ID: 47230
All Day Professional Development 2019-202

Face-to-face course

For Voyage Academy Employees only

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 4, 2020

Credit:

  • 7.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 53388
All Principals' Meetings

Meeting

Principals Training

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 41452
All Team Meeting 2019-2020

Face-to-face course

All Team Meeting for Voyage Academy Employees Only

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 16, 2020

Credit:

  • 1.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 53298
AP Professional Learning Communities

Self-directed activity

Teachers meet monthly to coordinate lesson planning and learning goals and to discuss best practices and recent research.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 29, 2020

Credit:

  • 18.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54715
Applied Digital Skills 1

Online course

This course is designed to help teachers increase the usage of digital strategies in their practice and instructional activities. While participating in the course, teachers are given a series of digital tasks that they must complete. Each task is designed to help teachers develop their technology skills. This is an online course with required consultation/coaching between Digital Coaches and teachers for each set of tasks.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 1.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 47607
Applied Digital Skills 2

Online course

This course is designed to help teachers increase the usage of advanced digital strategies in their practice and instructional activities. While participating in the course, teachers are given a series of digital tasks that they must complete. Each task is designed to help teachers develop their technology skills. This is an online course with required consultation/coaching between Digital Coaches and teachers for each set of tasks.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 1.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 47734
Arts Express - Summer Conference for Elementary Educators

Face-to-face course

Arts Express is sponsored by the BYU Arts Partnership and is a two-day conference for classroom teachers, arts specialists, administrators, and school volunteers. This conference provides arts instruction to integrate the arts across the curriculum.

This is registration for USBE credit only. YOU MUST ALSO REGISTER FOR THE CONFERENCE THAT REQUIRES A FEE at: http://education.byu.edu/arts/arts_express/2019/schedule

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 17, 2020

Credit:

  • 1.00 Higher Education Credits
  • 15.00 Relicensure Hours
  • 1.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 39479
AUDII Conference 2020 - Administrators

Face-to-face course

AUDII Conference 2020 - Administrators .50 credit USBE per day

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 17, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 57745
AUDII Conference 2020 - English DLI Partner Teachers

Face-to-face course

AUDII Conference 2020 - English DLI Partner Teachers .50 credit USBE per day

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 19, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 57746
Behavior Management

Meeting

From Punitive to Preventative

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 9, 2020

Credit:

  • 1.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57878
BLT Training 2020

Face-to-face course

BLT – Building Leadership Team: Schools teams will work together to (1) Identify, plan, and develop the instruction, intervention, and supports for all students to be successful, (2) Develop collective capacity for quality instruction and (3) Sustain improvement over time. During the training teams will (1) Learn best practices for implementing MTSS for behavior, (2) Design/refine school’s MTSS for behavior and (3) Create action plan for implementation (CSIP Progress Notes)

Sub Code# 7860

Lunch will be provided. We can accommodate vegetarian and gluten-free dietary needs only. Please add your vegetarian or gluten free dietary restriction when registering. Thank you!

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 2, 2020

Credit:

  • 7.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54931
Boulton Elementary Faculty Meeting

Meeting

Faculty Meeting 2017-2018

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 9.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 40845
Bountiful Elementary Faculty Meetings

Meeting

School Wide Faculty Meetings and trainings. These meetings will be used for helping faculty and staff gather important information from the district and state as well as improving educator effectives through PD and implementing our school improvement plan.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 24.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54431
BRCS PLC FY20

Meeting

Weekly collaboration

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 22, 2020

Credit:

  • 2.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54716
Bringing Clarity to Standards Implementation & Grading Practices

Face-to-face course

This course is designed to introduce educators to the Elementary Gradebook Platform that will support our current practices with Standards-based Grading. This course provides educators an opportunity to clarify current standards implementation related to standards-based grading practices.

***Please bring a charged laptop and a hard copy of your map, if you have one. We will be accessing the maps digitally but understand many have notes already in a hardcopy map.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 4, 2020

Credit:

  • 7.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57817
Canvas Work Session

Face-to-face course

Need time to implement and ask questions? Come spend the morning building your course(s), fancying up your home page, or any of the thousand other things you need to do on Canvas!

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 27, 2020

Credit:

  • 5.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 40837
Canyon Creek Elementary Faculty Meetings

Multi-day learning opportunity

Canyon Creek Elementary’s faculty meetings are designed to keep the faculty and staff current on new information within the Davis School District and the school.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 9.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 43038
Canyons Early Childhood Staff Meetings

Meeting

Once a month meeting to get information about business items, concerns, legal/IEP direction and clarification, and any number of things relating to our department.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 17, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 47146
Centennial Jr. Faculty Meeting PD

Meeting

Different learning strategies and systems to engage, empower and enrich both faculty and students.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 29, 2020

Credit:

  • 18.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54312
Centerville JHS Friday Early Out PD

Face-to-face course

During Friday Early-Out Professional Development, teachers will be participating in department meetings and involved in training that highlights instructional strategies, grading, technology, school procedures, testing ethics, curricular alignment and emergency preparedness.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 28.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 40619
Charter Director Meetings 2019-2020

Meeting

Monthly Meeting for Charter School Directors

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 13, 2020

Credit:

  • 27.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54763
Clinton Elementary Faculty Meetings

Face-to-face course

This is a school wide faculty and staff training to implement staff collaboration in designing strategies for achieving our school improvement plan through shared ideas and pertinent pd opportunities, along with utilizing district directives.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 15.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54823
Clinton Elementary SPED Team

Meeting

Team members will collaborate together to correlate personalized services to best meet the needs of students with IEPs.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 16.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54818
CMI Leadership Team Year One

Face-to-face course

Each school participating in CMI has a leadership team that attends train-the-trainer model sessions facilitated by the BYU Partnership. They then work with a mentor as they plan for facilitating the sessions. The members of the leadership team gain a deeper understanding about the math content and pedagogy, as well as how to teach and lead peers. This course is designed to help teachers use the CMI framework and deepen their own math understanding. The CMI framework is an instructional framework that promotes deep understanding of the mathematical ideas and affords students the capability to apply and extend their knowledge. This framework and PD system were developed by the BYU Public School Partnership.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 3.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 47751
CMI Leadership Team Year Two

Face-to-face course

Each school participating in CMI has a leadership team that attends train-the-trainer model sessions facilitated by the BYU Partnership. They then work with a mentor as they plan for facilitating the sessions. The members of the leadership team gain a deeper understanding of the math content and pedagogy, as well as how to teach and lead peers. This course is designed to help teachers use the CMI framework and deepen their own math understanding. The CMI framework is an instructional framework that promotes deep understanding of mathematical ideas and affords students the capability to apply and extend their knowledge. This framework and PD system were developed by the BYU Public School Partnership.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 3.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 47748
CMI Year One

Face-to-face course

This course is designed to help teachers use the CMI framework and deepen their own math understanding. The CMI framework is an instructional framework that promotes deep understanding of mathematical ideas and affords students the capability to apply and extend their knowledge. This framework and PD system were developed by the BYU Public School Partnership.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 3.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 47755
CMI Year Two

Face-to-face course

This course is designed to help teachers use the CMI framework and deepen their own math understanding. The CMI framework is to an instructional framework that promotes deep understanding of mathematical ideas and affords students the capability to apply and extend their knowledge. This framework and PD system were developed by the BYU Public School Partnership.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 3.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 47749
Coaches Academy

Face-to-face course

TBD

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 11, 2020

Credit:

  • 7.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 56517
Common Formative Assessments - Fairfield Junior High 2018 Grades 7-9

Multi-day learning opportunity

Teachers meet in collaborative groups to establish common learning targets, develop common formative assessments to check for understanding, provide feedback to students respecting their progress and to teachers regarding the effectiveness of their instruction, and align future instruction.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 15.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 40445
Compassion: Bridging Science and Practice BOOK STUDY

Online course, Self-directed activity

As you probably noticed already just by scrolling through this book, it is unlike most other books you have come across. We offer you a multi-media, open-source book produced and sponsored by the Max Planck Society to report on recent advances in compassion research and the application of compassion training in the world. Our hope is that, in doing so, we will offer society as a whole a useful tool to explore and learn about the theme of compassion. All of the scientists, contemplative practitioners, clinicians, and artists who have contributed either through written chapters, sound collages, art photography, or video work have freely given of their time and work in order to support the production and distribution of this multi-media book.You may be wondering how this book came about. originated out of a workshop titled, “How to Train Compassion” which I organized as director of the Department of Social Neuroscience at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain (Links to an external site.) Sciences (Links to an external site.)in Leipzig, Germany, in 2011. I have been working for many years on the psychological and neuroscientific foundations of empathy and compassion. In 2008, I was awarded a European Research Grant to support the investigation of the plasticity of the social brain, that is, the study of whether we can train socio-affective skills such as empathy and compassion and whether such mental training can alter our psychological and physical well-being, our social behavior, and our brain and body responses. In this context, my team and I began to develop secular mental training programs for the improvement of socio-affective skills such as empathy and compassion. Around the same time, many other research groups, mostly based in the United States, had also begun to design such programs for the cultivation of compassion. In 2011, I felt that the time was ripe for bringing people together who were working in the emerging field of compassion sciences.\r\n\r\nThis book originated from a workshop on compassion organized by Tania Singer and hosted by Olafur Eliasson in July 2011 in Berlin, Germany.Please download the free ebook, Compassion: Bridging Practice and Science.Preview the document

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 5.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57965
Computer Basics

Multi-day learning opportunity

6 week course on basics of computer set-up, functions, use. Includes: history of computers, how networks work, moving files, keyboard shortcuts, installing a printer, installing certificates,

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 3.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 52754
Cook Elementary Faculty Meetings

Meeting

Training and instruction will be provided to the Cook Staff on improving instructional strategies, technology implementation, school and district policy updates, emergency preparedness, school and grade-team collaboration, professional ethics and testing strategies, SPED/504 material, ELA training and material, personalized learning, and a variety of other relevant topics.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 19.50 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 50635
CSD School Social Worker/Elementary Counseling Program 2019-20

One-day learning opportunity

Canyons School District Elementary School Social Worker/Counseling Program 2019-20

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 7, 2020

Credit:

  • Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 53280
CSD Secondary School Counseling Program 2019-20

One-day learning opportunity

Canyons School District Secondary School Counseling Program 2019-20

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 16, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 53273
CTE/TE Engineering Principles 1 Workshop

Face-to-face course

The first in a series of two workshops designed to acquaint teachers with the course standards for Engineering Principles 1 and to develop supporting curriculum.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 10, 2020

Credit:

  • 40.00 Relicensure Hours
  • 2.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 31997
CTE/TE Engineering Principles 2 Workshop

Face-to-face course

The second in a series of two workshops designed to acquaint teachers with the course standards for Engineering Principles 2 and to develop supporting curriculum.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 17, 2020

Credit:

  • 40.00 Relicensure Hours
  • 2.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 32002
CTE/TE Safety Management Workshop

Face-to-face course

Introductory level information on operating common shop equipment, basic maintenance, and best practices for managing students in a shop environment.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 10, 2020

Credit:

  • 40.00 Relicensure Hours
  • 2.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 32003
CUES Administrator Conference

Face-to-face course

Superintendents and Principals from the CUES region.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 12, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 40699
Data Analysis 201-Webinar

Online course

Data Analysis 201-Webinar

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 20, 2020

Credit:

  • 2.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54782
Data and curriculum alignment

Self-directed activity

Data analysis and curriculum alignment during PLCs.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 9, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 52556
Davis-SPED-RS- Hearing Department meeting

Meeting

Time: 1:30-4:00pm

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 31, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54548
Davis-SPED-RS-APE Department and Collaboration Meetings 2019-2020

Meeting

APE Department and Collaboration meetings 2019-2020

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54631
Davis-SPED-RS-Hearing Cone Collaboration

Meeting

Months for cone collaboration at school sites

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 24, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54551
Davis-SPED-RS-School Psychologist Department Meetings 2019-2020

Meeting

2019-2020 School Psych Department Meetings

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54630
Davis-SPED-RS-SLP Department and Cone Collaboration Meetings 2019-2020

Meeting

Davis School District Speech Language Pathologist's Department and Cone Collaboration Meetings

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54627
Davis-SPED-RS-Vision Cone Collaboration

Meeting

Collaboration in school sites

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 17, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54554
Digital Tools for Learning

Face-to-face course

Digital Tools for Learning is one of nine courses of ETEP (Educational Technology Endorsement Program). Teachers participating in this course will choose from a variety of Online Modules available from May 1, 2019 - August 30, 2019. Participants will receive over 30 hours of instruction. Dates and times for each of the Online Modules will be determined by the participants.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 2.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 53087
Driver Education Law and Policy

Online course

This is an on-line law and policy course for driver education which will provide potential driver education teachers with the understanding of laws related to student eligibility, teacher practices, state laws, and Board of Education rules to guide teachers through professional practices. This is a required two-credit course which will be comprised of eight modules. Law and policy is important and relevant in many domains of education, but especially in driver education due to the high-risk nature of novice drivers.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 6, 2020

Credit:

  • 2.00 Higher Education Credits
  • 2.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 31794
DSD Competency Based Education Collaboration Project

Online course

This course will include three sections: Module 1 - Priority Standards, Module 2 - Competency Based Rubrics, and Module 3 - Competency Profiles/Assessment. Each section completed will result 4 relicensure points.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 12.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 53658
DSD Elementary Curriculum Meeting

Face-to-face course

Deep dives in curricular areas to help with understanding on the school level with respect to teachers, instruction, curricular materials, and how that connects back to the district strategic plan and current initiatives

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 13.50 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 56664
DSD- SPED- Related Services- CONE LEADER 20192020

Self-directed activity

Credit for acting as an SLP Cone Leader in the 2019-2020 academic school year.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 10.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57652
Earth Movements

Face-to-face course

Wasatch Fault and Bingham Copper Mine

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 25, 2020

Credit:

  • 8.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57792
East Layton Elementary Book Club “Teaching Science is Phenomenal

Multi-day learning opportunity

Participants will read each chapter of the book outside of class. During class we was deepen our understanding of the new science curriculum and how to teach it in our classrooms.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 56874
EESL 5320/IELE 5320 Assessing ESL Learners

Face-to-face course

This is the third course for the Bilingual/ESL endorsement program. The course is designed to further develop teachers’ understanding of traditional and current identification and assessment practices in bilingual and English as a Second language in education. The course also discusses methods and techniques for language and academic assessment and placement of linguistically diverse students in English and native language.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 1, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 41400
ELA Learning First with McGraw-Hill Technology

Face-to-face course

Teachers will learn tips, tricks, and techniques to navigate, access, and utilize the McGraw-Hill technology resources in a purposeful way to engage students and support Davis School District Language Arts Instruction. We will be focusing on using McGraw-Hill digital tools in the areas of: Basics: learn the basics of utilizing McGraw-Hill digital tools to support tier 1 instruction. Assessment: In this course you will learn how to create and view assignments and use the assessment portal.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 8, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 39826
ELE. Instructional Coaches Meetings

Meeting

Monthly meetings.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 28, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54446
ELE. Literacy Instructional Coaches Meeting

Meeting

Monthly Meeting

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 16, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 56345
Elementary Principals' Meeting

Meeting

Monthly Meeting

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 28, 2020

Credit:

  • 4.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54341
Elementary Science Implementation Workshop

Face-to-face course

TBD

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 6, 2020

Credit:

  • 7.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54834
Elementary Support Group

Face-to-face course

The focus of the Elementary Support Group is to support new teachers during their first year in the classroom with instruction, management, school culture, lesson planning, lesson creation, curriculum mapping, organization, or any other support that a novice teacher may need to have a successful teaching experience.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 16.00 Relicensure Hours
  • 1.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 41044
Elementary Visual Art Specialist Training

Face-to-face course

Designed for Elementary and Elementary Art Prep Teachers, this course will go over classroom management, lesson ideas, integration, organization, group collaboration, and quality art creation in a K-6th grade classroom.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: July 1, 2020

Credit:

  • 13.50 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 52912
ELL Secondary Teacher Training

Meeting, One-day learning opportunity

Keri Greener

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 20, 2020

Credit:

  • 2.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 31661
ELL Teacher of Record Meetings

Meeting

Teacher of Record Meetings

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 18, 2020

Credit:

  • 1.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 56321
Ellison Park Elementary Faculty Meetings

Meeting

Covers all subject areas in K-6 setting. Course will provide teachers with the tools necessary to improve student learning and engagement.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 29, 2020

Credit:

  • 18.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 53527
Empowering Our STEM Leaders of Tomorrow

Multi-day learning opportunity

Professional learning using Vernier probes, tools, and\r\ntechnology to support robust STEM education in K-12\r\nclassrooms. You will spend one day in the classroom\r\ntraining, and the second day will be spent in the field\r\nusing the new tools and technology to gather data for\r\na self-generated science investigation that your could\r\nreplicate with your students.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 9, 2020

Credit:

  • 16.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57884
Engagement Service Training

One-day learning opportunity

The Qualtrics CX platform will provide a unique branded account to each of the LEAs in the state along with an account for the USBE. This will put the infrastructure in place to allow centralized feedback, analysis, and action tools to identify areas where the state or districts can invest and produce the greatest ROI. Each LEA will have access to not only to their own CX instance which allows for surveys to be built, deployed, and the results analyzed, but each LEA will also have access to our closed loop feedback, textiQ, statsiQ, advanced security, API integration, custom brands, role based dashboards, and single sign on advanced options.

Here is the link to the survey for the April 1st LEA training: https://usbe.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_4J9butuLCnbl7nf

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 2, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57822
Entheos - District - Ethics

Online course

USBE Assessment Ethics. This is for Entheos employees only.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 1.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 47504
Entheos - District - Online Trainings

Compliance Training

Online Compliance raining for Entheos Academy employees only.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 2.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 53269
ENTHEOS DISTRICT TRAINING

Compliance Training

ENTHEOS DISTRICT COMPLIANCE TRAINING

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 4.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 43280
EPIC ELEMENTARY

Multi-day learning opportunity

Learn and practice strategies for improving instruction in elementary schools. Register for and attend any combination of classes to total 14 hours of class time. Participants will also be required to complete an action plan that documents practice of the strategies and completes the final requirements for one credit towards lane change.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 1, 2020

Credit:

  • 2.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 41547
EPIC SECONDARY

Multi-day learning opportunity

Learn and practice strategies for improving instruction in secondary schools! Register for and attend any combination of classes to total 14 hours of class time. Participants will also be required to complete an action plan that documents practice of the strategies and completes the final requirements for one credit towards lane change.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 24, 2020

Credit:

  • 2.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 40272
Evaluate Davis Lecture Series for Elementary Teachers Credit

Face-to-face course

This professional development will focus on pedagogy and instructional strategies to support student learning. The course will be framed around the standards and indicators for Evaluate Davis -- the evaluation system for the Davis School District. Each session will focus on one standard and provide indepth instruction at the indicator level.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 1.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 41006
Executive Function in the Classroom

Blended Learning

Instruction on executive function in the classroom and how to identify EF skills and create lesson plans that incorporate EF skills instruction.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 8.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 53660
Exploring the Deep Ocean with NOAA

Face-to-face course

An essential component of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA’s) Office of Ocean Exploration and Research (OER) mission is to enhance ocean science literacy and enhance understanding why it is important to explore our little-known ocean world. To help fulfill this mission, the NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer Education Materials Collection was developed to encourage educators and their students to become engaged with expeditions and discoveries made by the NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer—America’s first Federal ship dedicated to ocean exploration.

Educators are invited to join NOAA OER staff to learn more about the importance of ocean exploration, current exploration technologies, and recent deep-sea discoveries. This full day Professional Development workshop will introduce standards-based, hands-on activities and other resources that guide classroom teaching and learning. Ocean health, unique underwater habitats, underwater mapping and remotely-operated vehicles are just a few of the topics to be addressed.

Registration is required and space is limited. Educators will receive the NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer Education Materials Collection Volume 1: Why Do We Explore? and Volume 2: How Do We Explore?, additional resources, a NOAA Ocean Exploration Certificate of Participation, continental breakfast, lunch, admission to the aquarium, parking and a $75 stipend.

Lessons are designed for grades 6-12 but many activities may be scaled to suit educator needs.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 1, 2020

Credit:

  • 8.00 Relicensure Hours
  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 39325
EYE 2-3

Meeting

EYE Years 2-3 Professional Development

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 21, 2020

Credit:

  • 1.50 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 41743
Faculty Meeting 2013-2014

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 8.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 33145
Fairfield Jr. Differentiated Instruction

Blended Learning

The focus this year will be spent in three main areas. These include: Differentiated Instruction, Social Emotional Learning, and Standards Based Grading.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 1.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 56138
Fairfield Junior High PLCs

Meeting

PLCs meet to coordinate instructional design and pacing and collaborate on instructional practive

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 15.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 39972
Fifth Grade's Intro to the Science and Engineering Education (SEEd) Standards

Face-to-face course

This is a done-day training to introduce teachers to the pedagogy and content needed to teach the performance expectations int he new science standards. This course can be counted towards the face-to-face portion of the introduction to 3-Dimensional Learning Blended Canvas Course or it can be taken as a one-day training.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 29, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57115
First Grade's Intro to the Science and Engineering Education (SEEd) Standards

Face-to-face course

This is a one-day training to introduce teachers tot he pedagogy and content needed to teach the performance expectations in the new science standards. This course can be counted toward the fave to fave portion of the introduction to 3-Dimensional Learning Blended Canvas Course or it can be taken as a one-day training.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 10, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57116
Fourth Grade's Intro to Science and Engineering (SEEd) Standards

Face-to-face course

This is a one-day training to introduce teachers to the pedagogy and content needed to teach the performance expectations in the new science standards. This course can be counted towards the fave-to-face portion of the introduction to 3-Dimensional Learning Blended Canvas Course or it can be taken as a one-day training.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57112
Foxboro Elementary Faculty Meetings

Meeting

Foxboro teachers will be meeting twice monthly. Administration will disseminate information pertinent to the school as well as present training on various topics ranging from 504s to Social Emotional Learning. Support personnel from the district or other programs will be invited to present as needed.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 20.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 56548
Future Design

Multi-day learning opportunity

Future Design for Project Based Learning

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 1, 2020

Credit:

  • 8.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57867
Gifted and Talented Coordinator Meetings 2019 - 2020

Face-to-face course

District Gifted Coordinators obtain state information and collaborate.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 30, 2020

Credit:

  • 2.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 47182
GSD Secondary SEEd Workshops

Face-to-face course

These workshops will focus on implementation of the SEEd standards. Strategies and scaffolds for implementing the SEEd standards will be included, along with model lessons and opportunities to work with other teachers to determine how you can use the strategies with your own students. There will be something for teachers who have been using the SEEd standards as well as those who are new to the standards.

Pick and choose which workshops you want to attend. Relicensure points will be awarded for each workshop you complete. Participants who attend at least seven of the workshops (or 14 hours) and complete a project will be eligible for 1 USBE credit.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 14, 2020

Credit:

  • 2.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54418
Health Endorsement: Foundations of Health Education

Face-to-face course

Previously titled: Personal Health and Wellness. Course will focus on concepts of Healthy Living.  Examination of Comprehensive School Health Programs and relationships to health for the student and future health issues.  Course will include concepts leading to personal behavior that need to initiate change as well as the influence of society on health decisions.  Attendees will appreciate an understanding of our bodies and requirements to maintain or achieve good physical, mental and emotional health.  Course includes a wide variety of pedagogy useful for health educators. A completed assignment or project is required for USBE Lane-Change Credit (1.5 Hours).

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 1.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 39416
Health Endorsement: Mental Health/Stress Management

Face-to-face course

This course for secondary health education endorsement and/or professional growth emphasizes methods of teaching mental health/stress management in the secondary health core.  It focuses on mental illness and the importance of early intervention and treatment, the types of mental disorders and the stigma associated with them, and how stress impacts both mental and physical health.  Strategies to manage stress are demonstrated and practiced.  A completed assignment or project is required for USBE Lane-Change Credit (1.5 Hours).

Suggested Books: • The Educator’s Guide to Mental Health Issues in the Classroom by Frank M. Kline and Larry B. Silver - ISBN 1-55766-670-9 • Activities That Teach by Tom Jackson - ISBN-13: 978-0966463316 • More Activities That Teach by Tom Jackson - ISBN-13: 978-0966463330 • Youth Mental Health First Aid USA: For Adults Assisting Young People - ISBN 978-0-9885176-0-8

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 1, 2020

Credit:

  • 1.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 39417
Health Endorsement: Methods of Teaching Sex Education

Face-to-face course

This course for secondary health education endorsement and/or professional growth emphasizes methods of teaching the sex education unit in the secondary health core.  It focuses on the physical and emotional growth of adolescents, healthy relationships, the threat and prevention of diseases, and the effective delivery of curriculum.  It also clarifies what may be taught within Utah Law and USBE Board Policy.   A completed assignment or project is required for USBE Lane-Change Credit (1.5 Hours).

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 7, 2020

Credit:

  • 1.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 39418
Health Textbook Training

Face-to-face course

Training for Middle and High School Health teachers on our newly adopted textbook

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 6, 2020

Credit:

  • 7.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57175
Heritage Elem Faculty & DCT Meetings

Face-to-face course

Faculty Meetings: Discuss school business and receive training related to school goals.

DCT Meetings: Collect and analyze data related to grade level common assessments in math.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 23.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 31946
Heritage Faculty Meetings

Blended Learning

Teachers will learn Weston Kieschnick’s Bold Schools strategies and be instructed on how to build relationships, relevance, and rigor in the classroom. 

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 16.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 47047
How to Learn Math for Teachers

Online course

This course is by mathematics education professor, Jo Boaler (Stanford University) on “How to Learn Math for Teachers.” In this course, participants will learn brain and learning research, teacher strategies for increasing students’ math motivation and achievement, teaching strategies for increasing students’ number sense and understanding, teaching strategies for understanding and for making math exciting and meaningful, research-based good practice for assessment and grading, and teaching strategies for reaching all students and for motivating de-motivated students. Additionally, participants will hear from leading education researchers Carol Dweck (Growth Mindset) & Sebastian Thrun (Stanford Professor and Co-Founder of Udacity) as well as master teacher Cathy Humphreys (author of Making Number Talks Matter) and 2014 Fields Medal recipient Maryum Mirzakhani.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 30, 2020

Credit:

  • 30.00 Relicensure Hours
  • 2.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 56438
HS Biology/Earth Science Roll Out

Face-to-face course

Training on new Biology and Earth science curriculum and standards to be prepared to teach new standards in the 2020-2021 school year.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 9, 2020

Credit:

  • 7.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57657
Improving Native American Education

Face-to-face course

This course will focus on the federal Indian policy, the history of American Indian Educaon, and current issues relang to Nave American students. The goal of the course is to help teachers gain a beer understanding of their Nave American students; and to learn appropriate waysto teach on topics related to Nave American people and history.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 28, 2020
Course ID: 57791
Individual School Trainings

Meeting

Individual School Trainings

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 7, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 41518
Intro to Midas

Face-to-face course

This is a course designed to help teachers and administrators learn how to enroll in courses offered through Salt Lake City School District as well as other course offerings through USBE.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 1.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54503
Introduction to SEEd - Tour of Utah

Face-to-face course

This Face to Face professional learning will focus on the new Science with Engineering Education (SEEd) Standards. Participants will engage in science tasks, learn about the 3-dimensions found in SEEd, and get support in creating strong science teaching and learning in their classrooms, schools, and districts.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 17, 2020

Credit:

  • 8.00 Relicensure Hours
  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 56498
K-12 DSD NUCC Literature and Informational Text for Adolescents and Children

Face-to-face course

The purpose of this class is to provide an overview of literary and informational texts for children and young adults with an emphasis on classic and contemporary publications and their appropriate use in the classroom. Participants will acquire knowledge of authors and genres with applicable background information. They will also discuss literary trends and how they can be applied to classroom learning.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 8, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 39474
K-12 DSD NUCC: Foundations of Literacy

Face-to-face course

This course is designed to provide historical and theoretical perspective on literacy instruction. Teachers will participate in the study of current research in literacy instruction and explore the implications the findings have for today’s classrooms. Effective instructional methods will be shared and practiced, including the explicit instruction model and durable literacy processes and routines.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: July 20, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 40015
Kay's Creek Assessment Capable Visible Learners

Face-to-face course

Teachers will learn how to empower students to become assessment capable, visible learners. Students will reflect on their learning, use self-regulation and self-monitoring strategies implemented by their classroom teacher. The study will help teachers and students change the way they view assessments and begin to use the information to enhance their learning/teaching.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 1.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 56731
Kearns State Mandated Trainings

Compliance Training

Online Suicide Training, Child Abuse Prevention, Sexual Harassment Prevention Training, etc.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 2.00 Relicensure Hours
  • Compliance Training Credits

Course ID: 47866
KEEP Entry Training for Kindergarten Teachers

Face-to-face course

Required training for new DSD kindergarten teachers who have never given the KEEP Entry. Participants will learn how to administer and score the KEEP Entry (state-required kindergarten assessment). They will also learn how to enter their scores in Data Gateway.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 3.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 41669
Kindergarten's Intro to the Science and Engineering Education (SEEd) Standards

Face-to-face course

This is a one-day training to introduce teachers to the pedagogy and content needed to teach the performance expectations in the new science standards. This course can be counted towards the face-to-face portion of the introduction to 3-Dimensional Learning Blended Canvas Course or it can be taken as a one-day training.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 9, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57110
KSD Spalding 1 Training

Multi-day learning opportunity

Kane School District specific Spalding 1 Training for Elementary Teachers. This course is a multi-day training. Course dates are: May 27,28,29 June 1,3,4,5 June 8,9,11

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 26, 2020

Credit:

  • 40.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57763
Language Arts Training with Reading Rockets

Multi-day learning opportunity

Teachers will work through one module each month to learn the basics of teaching language arts.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 18, 2020

Credit:

  • 5.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54613
Language Live Trainings

Meeting

Language Live

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 24, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 56920
LCMT Leadership 2019-2020 (Day 4)

Meeting

LCMT Leadership meetings are meant to help building administrators, and their school teams, improve their current practices and meet their goals. The focus will be on collaboration and training amongst schools to improve the effectiveness and consistency across the district. We ask that each school send at least 1 administrator representative. Please sign up for 1 day within this training.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 13, 2020

Credit:

  • 2.50 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 52970
Let Your Voice Be Heard: Principles and Practice for Healthy and Creative Use of Voice in Teaching from a Professional Actor

Face-to-face course

This course centers on understanding how to use our voices in a healthy and creative way so that we can engage our students effectively without losing our voices. Teachers will engage in practice common to actor and\r\nsinger training programs to learn how to use their voice to its fullest potential. Teachers grades K-12 may participate.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: July 16, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 57845
LGBTQ Counselor/Psych Training

Face-to-face course

This presentation is for counselors and psychs to help address DSD policies and how to support LGTBQ students in the district.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 1, 2020

Credit:

  • 2.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 56816
LifeSkills Training

Compliance Training

BOTVIN LIFESKILLS TRAINING (LST): Underage Drinking Prevention Program. Is a required training (under 53G-10-406), for those educators who have been identified by their LEA (District/Charter School) to implement the Botvin LifeSkills curriculum. A Botvin trainer will provide training from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. with a 1-hour lunch break (on your own). Each participant will receive a copy of the LST curriculum. Participants will receive 7 re-licensure points for attending a full-day training.\r\n\r\nThis training will prepare educators to effectively implement the prevention activities and teaching strategies found in the LST program. The training workshop plays an important role in enhancing the confidence and skill capacity of participants, resulting in optimal implementation of the LST program. It will also increase the effectiveness of the program and assist providers to develop implementation strategies.\r\n\r\nSTIPENDS: For educators who participate in a full-day training there is a $150 stipend available. If participants are off contract, they will receive the stipend by mail to the address listed in CACTUS. (Please verify your address is correct in CACTUS, we have had many returned for this reason.) If participants are on contract, the district will receive a reimbursement for substitute expenses, ONLY if the participant required a substitute. If you are on contract and do not require a substitute, there will be no stipend available.\r\n\r\nHOTEL: If participants are assigned to schools over 60 miles away from the training facility USBE will cover the cost of the hotel for the night prior to the training. Participants MUST contact Tandalaya Stitt at tandalaya.stitt@schools.utah.gov or 801-538-7509 to have her book a room. If participants book their own hotel they WILL NOT be reimbursed.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: March 31, 2020

Credit:

  • 7.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 56103
LIT (Learning Innovation Team) Training

Face-to-face course

Training is MANDATORY for all LEAs in the System of Support and recommended for all other LEAs. Two 1 day sessions and 1 Virtual training. You are only required to sing up for one location based on what best fits your location. YOU MUST SIGN UP FOR THE SAME SESSION AS THE REST OF YOUR GROUP FOR YOUR DISTRICT/SCHOOL.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 10.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 56577
Literacy Strategies In the Content Area

Face-to-face course

This course focuses on the key components of content literacy, including word study, vocabulary, fluency, comprehension, explicit instruction metacognition, content knowledge building and writing. This course also incorporates previous course work, including review of Bloom’s Taxonomy e.g., knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation hierarchy, learning styles, multiple intelligences, and KWL strategies. Practical, hands-on, individual experience will be provided for teachers to work with their subject-specific core curricula along with strategies for embedding literacy into their curriculum.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 2, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 41339
Long + Live + Math National Institute

Face-to-face course

The annual conference brings together some of most passionate and influential math educators and thought leaders. With a common goal of helping all of your students reach their highest math potential, this conference is focused on sharing effective and proven math teaching strategies and empowering math teachers to transform their role as educators and become better able to make a difference in the lives of their students.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: July 10, 2020

Credit:

  • 24.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57850
Making Number Talks Matter Book Study

Online course

This is a guided book study of Making Number Talks Matter by Kathy Humphreys and Ruth Parker. Participants will independently (or as a group) read a chapter of the textbook and then reflect on what they learned and offer insights into the implication(2) of the new knowledge and how it applies to their classroom, to their school, and to their district structure and mathematics culture

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 14.50 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 52845
MANDT De-escalation Training 2020

Face-to-face course

The Mandt System is a comprehensive, integrated approach to preventing, de-escalating, and if necessary, intervening when the behavior of an individual poses a threat of harm to themselves and/or others. The focus of the Mandt System is on building healthy relationships between all the stakeholders in human service settings in order to facilitate the development of an organizational culture that provides the emotional, psychological, and physical safety needed in order to teach new behaviors to replace the behaviors that are labeled “challenging”.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 2, 2020

Credit:

  • 12.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57570
Mathematical Mindsets Book Study

Online course

This is a guided book study of Mathematical Mindsets: Unleashing Student's Potential Through Creative Math, Inspiring Messages, and Innovative Teaching by Jo Boaler. Participants will independently (or as a group) read a chapter of the textbook and then reflect on what they learned and offer insights into the implication(s) of the new knowledge and how it applies to their classroom, to their school, and to their district structure and mathematics culture.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 14.50 Relicensure Hours
  • 1.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 52753
Meadowbrook Faculty Meetings

Face-to-face course

Fluency, Phonics, Writing and Comprehension

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 15.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57156
Mentor PD

Multi-day learning opportunity

Mentor Professional Development.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 30, 2020

Credit:

  • 5.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 40442
Mentor/Mentee Meetings 2019-20

Mentors will meet with Mentees 3 times this year to discuss A2A implementation, effective teaching practices and implementation of Reagan initiatives.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 30, 2020

Credit:

  • 4.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57969
Methods of Teaching Fitness for Life - PE Endorsement Course

Face-to-face course

This course is designed to give new and future Physical Education teachers the essential knowledge to teach Fitness for Life. This course will dive into the Utah Core Standards for Fitness for Life, key terminology, planning, implantation and evaluation strategies.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 1, 2020

Credit:

  • 1.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 48789
Microsoft Educator Badges

Online course

Integrate technology in your instruction and sharpen your 21st?century tools and pedagogy through the Microsoft Educator Community.?

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 54856
Millcreek Jr. High Staff Development

Self-directed activity

This course focuses on project-based learning (PBL). In addition to the content, the course structure will follow a PBL model, with participants designing a PBL unit aligned to their content area(s).

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 2.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 54831
Mountain High School Training

Meeting

Faculty and staff at Mountain High will be trained in all requirements for the district.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 50.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 56880
Mueller Park Junior High Bold School

Blended Learning

This is a blended learning course that incorporates the use of CANVAS skills while learning and implementing the content found in Weston Kieschnick’s Bold School: Old School Wisdom + New School Technologies = Blended Learning that Works. 

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 1.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 42000
Muir Elementary Faculty Meetings

Meeting

School Wide Faculty Meetings and trainings. These meetings will be used for helping faculty and staff gather important information from the district and state as well as improving educator effectives through PD and implementing our school improvement plan.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 23.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54432
MVP Secondary II Training

Face-to-face course

In this 3-day training, teachers will be introduced to the MVP Learning Cycle and will go through the first 3 modules in the Secondary II MVP Curriculum. Teachers will also be given time to collaborate and plan for the first unit of instruction.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 13, 2020

Credit:

  • 24.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57769
Nearpod Fall 2018

Online course

The purpose of this course is to help teachers and students get the most out of this very powerful tool. Nearpod engages students with curriculum using a variety of interactive activities. Nearpod allows teachers to monitor all student work in real time and share student work digitally with the whole group.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 1.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 41662
Nearpod Transform Salt Lake City

One-day learning opportunity

This is a one day workshop to learn more about Nearpod, Canvas, and Lexia learning platforms.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 8.00 Relicensure Hours
  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 56554
New Secondary Math Teacher Institute

Face-to-face course

This institute focuses on deep diving into best pedagogy for new secondary teachers as it relates to Mathematics. Special focus on the Mathematical Teaching and Learning Practices and how to increase student mathematical voice using high quality task-based instruction!

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: July 28, 2020

Credit:

  • 7.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57610
New Teacher Content Institute

Face-to-face course

This institute focuses on deep diving into best pedagogy for new elementary teachers as it relates to ELA, Science, and Mathematics. July 20th will focus on ELA, July 21st will be Mathematics, and July 22nd will be Science.

ELA will focus on Davis School District's English Language Arts routines and materials to support Phonological Awareness, Phonics, Fluency, Vocabulary, Comprehension, and Writing!

Mathematics will focus on the Mathematical Teaching and Learning Practices and how to increase student mathematical voice using high quality task-based instruction!

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: July 22, 2020

Credit:

  • 22.00 Relicensure Hours
  • 1.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 57473
Number Talks Institute

Face-to-face course

Numerical reasoning is the foundation for success in algebra and beyond. Through Number Talks, students develop deep understandings of the number system, number relationships, and operations. Learn how to make Number Talks a vibrant and essential part of your everyday classroom practice. Teachers will: deepen their mathematical understandings, sequence problems to help build important concepts and properties over time, experience a learning environment that embodies the Common Core State Standards for Mathematical Practice, learn ways to support and challenge all learners without labeling or grouping.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: July 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 14.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57492
Odyssey Elementary Discipline with Dignity

Multi-day learning opportunity

Discipline with Dignity is a flexible program for effective school and classroom management that teaches responsible thinking, cooperation, mutual respect, and shared decision-making.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 29, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 54309
ONLINE COURSES

Online course

BESD Online Courses Upon completion of each course, there will be VOUCHERS to fill out and turn into Heidi Wheatley at the District Office. For detailed information on this, please visit the BESD website under TEACHERS. You'll see a link to our Professional Development Offerings. Scroll to the bottom to find your online course information.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 40854
Open Middle Math: Problems That Unlock Student Thinking Book Study

Online course

This is a guided book study of Open Middle Math: Problems That Unlock Student Thinking by Robert Kaplinsky. Participants will independently (or as a group) read a section of the textbook and then reflect on what they learned and offer insights into the implication(s) of the new knowledge and learn how it applies to their classroom, to their school and to their district structure and mathematics culture.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 9.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57474
Opera by Children ART Workshop

Face-to-face course

These are “Ginormous” teacher paint parties where mural sized art is created in the training by participants as they learn how to conduct a paint session with their students. Learn from professional artists techniques and tips for creating art with students.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 3.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 31683
Opera by Children Teacher Training

Face-to-face course

For teachers Interested in creating an opera with their students in the classroom with the assistance of mentors and Opera by Children staff.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 9.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 31682
Partners in DYAD Reading Manual Training Course

One-day learning opportunity

This training will include going over the new Partners in Dyad Reading manual. It will include steps and videos of how to implement the reading support needed for students working 1:1 with a tutor to increase reading comprehension and fluency. Materials will be supplied at the training. Please note, Next Steps materials will be supplied with one set per school.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 9, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 53975
PDPro Beyond Bullies

Online course

This online course prepares educators in all grade levels and content areas with strategies to prevent bullying and encourage a climate of safety, support, and compassion. The course covers strategies at the classroom, school, and system levels. This course is based on current best practices and evidence-based instructional strategies.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020
Course ID: 40273
PDPro Bold School Intro

Online course

This course is designed to assist educators in instructional planning with the integration of evidence-based instructional strategies and effective use of technology to increase student achievement. This course provides a framework for teachers to work through to develop technology integrated personalized learning opportunities that meets the needs of all students. The framework provides the skills by which high-quality instruction and curriculum will be developed and implemented in the classroom. By the end of this course, participants will be able to use the framework of questions to create instructional learning opportunities using evidence-based instructional strategies with effective integration of technology for personalized learning for each student.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 47058
PDPro Bold School PRO – Part 1

Online course

This course is designed to assist educators in instructional planning with the integration of evidence-based instructional strategies and effective use of technology to increase student achievement. This course provides a rigorous and deep investigation and implementation practice of four of the Hattie super strategies. It helps teachers work through to develop technology integrated personalized learning opportunities that meets the needs of all students. The instructional strategies provide the skills by which high-quality instruction and curriculum will be developed and implemented in the classroom. By the end of this course, participants will be able to use the four Hattie super strategies to create instructional learning opportunities using evidence-based instructional strategies with effective integration of technology for personalized learning for each student.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 52366
PDPro Bold School PRO – Part 2

Online course

This course is designed to assist educators in instructional planning with the integration of evidence-based instructional strategies and effective use of technology to increase student achievement. This course provides a rigorous and deep investigation and implementation practice of four of the Hattie super strategies. It helps teachers work through to develop technology integrated personalized learning opportunities that meets the needs of all students. The instructional strategies provide the skills by which high-quality instruction and curriculum will be developed and implemented in the classroom. By the end of this course, participants will be able to use the four Hattie super strategies to create instructional learning opportunities using evidence-based instructional strategies with effective integration of technology for personalized learning for each student.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 52367
PDPro Class Meetings

Online course

This online course was developed to assist teachers in using class meetings as a part of their classroom management and instructional practice. Class meetings are an effective way to help students learn problem solving, organizational, and social-emotional skills. By the end of this course, participants will be able to formulate class meeting agendas based on current needs, use a range of techniques to facilitate meetings with students, and reflect on the effectiveness of their implementation.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 41225
PDPro Cooperative Learning

Online course

This online course equips educators in all grade levels and content areas with a range of effective cooperative learning techniques. These include a range of approaches to create small, flexible groups of students; optimal instructional activities for these cooperative groups; and strategies for management, organization, and assessment with small cooperative groups. This course is based on current best practices and evidence-based instructional strategies.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 40040
PDPro Creating a Culture of Thinkers

Online course

Have you ever asked, "How can we encourage thinking in our students? or "How can we help our students become individuals who can think, plan, create, and question?" Visible thinking routines are one tool to create a culture of thinkers. Making thinking visible promotes engagement, understanding, and independence for all learners

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 57505
PDPro Culturally Responsive Teaching

Online course

This online course prepares educators in all grade levels and content areas with culturally responsive teaching strategies for learners at all levels. The course covers the value of identifying the needs of diverse learners and then adapting instruction in a culturally appropriate way to support groups and individuals. This course is based on current best practices and evidence-based instructional strategies.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 40872
PDPro Effective Discipline Plans

Online course

This online course was developed to assist teachers in implementing effective classroom management strategies. Classroom management is an absolutely crucial component of a safe, caring, focused learning environment. By the end of this course, participants will be able to formulate classroom management plans that meet the cognitive and non-cognitive needs of their students.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 41233
PDPro Flexible Thinking

Online course

This online course was developed to assist teachers in learning the knowledge and skills to think more flexibly. These skills will help teachers in the rapidly changing world of education and beyond. Flexibly thinking teachers teach their students to think flexibly. Flexible thinking aids in critical-thinking, creativity, problem solving, divergent and integrative thinking, and other perspectives. By the end of this course, participants will be able to describe what flexible thinking is and will have practiced skills to develop flexible thinking.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 50434
PDPro Formative Assessment: How, When & Why?

Online course

This online course equips participants with a range of different formative assessment methods to inform their instruction. These include strategies to gather data on student understanding during instruction, approaches using data to adjust instruction, and techniques for sharing feedback with students in ways that help them to become self-directed learners. This course is based on current best practices and evidence-based instructional strategies.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 39496
PDPro In-Depth: Questions that Promote Deeper Thinking

Online course

This online course prepares educators in all grade levels and content areas with tools to add depth to the questions, prompts, and tasks they use for instruction and assessment. The course covers both Norman Webb’s Depth of Knowledge (DOK) framework and Karen Hesse’s Cognitive Rigor Matrix (CRM) as tools to help teachers achieve the appropriate level of depth in their questioning. This course is based on current best practices and evidence-based instructional strategies.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 40008
PDPro Let's Get Engaged!

Online course

This online course equips participants with a range of different strategies for creating and maintaining student engagement, as well as methods for building student self-monitoring skills for engagement. It is based on current best practices and evidence-based instructional strategies.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 39497
PDPro Let's Get Organized

Online course

This online course prepares educators in all grade levels and content areas with perspectives and strategies to organize the classroom environment for the benefit of learners. The course covers multiple elements of classroom organization, including paperwork and workflow; physical arrangements of desks, instructional displays, and instructional technology; and the inter-relationship between procedures, routines, and the physical environment of the classroom. This course is based on current best practices and evidence-based instructional strategies.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 40017
PDPro Mathematical Teaching Practices: Ensuring Mathematical Success for all

Online course

The focus of this course is to introduce K-12 teachers to the 8 Mathematical Teaching Practices and how to effectively implement the practices. The course includes strategies to implement these practices in order to support students’ development of standards of mathematical practices outlined in the Core Standards.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 50467
PDPro Parents as Partners

Online course

This online course prepares educators in all grade levels and content areas with perspectives and strategies to include parents (and other family members and guardians) in the instructional process. The course covers multiple elements of this work, which includes inviting parents and family to be a part of the learning process in the school; equipping parents with knowledge and skills to continue the learning with students at home; and strategies to advocate for their students in the educational and other arenas. This course is based on current best practices and evidence-based instructional strategies.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 40027
PDPro Polishing Classroom Procedures

Online course

This online course prepares educators in all grade levels and content areas with strategies to develop and strengthen classroom procedures. The course covers the value of classroom procedures in building organization and predictability for learners; various types of procedures and their uses; and strategies to introduce, practice, and maintain procedures. This course is based on current best practices and evidence-based instructional strategies.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 40275
PDPro Positive Discipline in the Secondary Classroom

Online course

This online course was developed to assist teachers in implementing effective Positive Discipline classroom management strategies in the secondary grades. Classroom management is an absolutely crucial component of a safe, caring, focused learning environment. By the end of this course, participants will be able to formulate classroom management plans that meet the cognitive and non-cognitive needs of their students.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 41238
PDPro Power Up! More Students Answering More Questions

Online course

This online course equips participants with a range of different methods to leverage the power of their questions. These include strategies to increase student participation in answering questions, approaches for responding when students answer questions both correctly and incorrectly, and suggestions for building a classroom culture that encourages risk-taking in asking and answering questions. This course is based on current best practices and evidence-based instructional strategies.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 39498
PDPro Preparing for the Praxis PLT

Online course

This course prepares educators to be successful on the Praxis Principals of Learning and Teaching test. The Praxis PLT is a requirement for a Utah Level 2 Teaching License. The course equips participants with test preparation techniques, study topics, and strategies for the selected response and constructed response sections of the test.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 39499
PDPro Project-Based Learning

Online course

This online course equips educators in all grade levels and content areas with a strategies to implement project-based learning (PBL). The course takes participants through each element of the PBL process, including 1. Developing Questions, 2. Launching Scenario, 3. Gather Information; 4. Organize Information, 5. Create Evidence, 6. Present Findings, and 7. Assess Learning. This course is based on current best practices and evidence-based instructional strategies.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 40037
PDPro Purposeful Planning

Online course

Great teaching takes planning! The purpose of this course is to help teachers become purposeful planners and therefore purposeful teachers. Purposeful planning begins with an understanding of the learning goals for our students. By focusing on learning targets, not tasks, teachers give students a powerful tool for reflection and monitoring of their own learning.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 57504
PDPro Small Group Instruction

Online course

This online course was developed to assist educators in implementing effective small group instructional strategies in the classroom. There are numerous benefits when small group instruction is implemented well. Students are given opportunities to discover commonalities, strengths and weakness, as well as ways to help each other. The teacher has more time to meet the needs of the most challenging students who may require greater teacher guidance while giving high achievers time to work independently at a pace that promotes active learning. By the end of this course, participants will be able to implement small group instructional strategies that meet the cognitive and non-cognitive needs of their students.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 41242
PDPro Smooth Transitions

Online course

This online course prepares educators in all grade levels and content areas with strategies to create smooth transitions between learning segments. The course covers the value of smooth and organized transitions, as well as numerous practical approaches to achieving them in the classroom. This course is based on current best practices and evidence-based instructional strategies.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 40259
PDPro Student Self Assessment

Online course

The most important assessment students take isn’t the state test--it’s self-assessment! Self-assessment can provide insight into students’ true comprehension and can help to identify gaps in students’ knowledge. Encouraging students to examine their own learning and levels of understanding can also be an important ‘wake-up call’, identifying areas that require improvement. Participants will learn a number of self-assessment strategies in this course and when to use them.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 41243
PDPro Supercharge Your Questioning with QAR

Online course

This course will assist teachers in designing and deploying text-dependent questions and supporting learners in asking questions of texts. The course focuses on the Question-Answer Relationship strategy.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 40062
PDPro Teacher Leadership

Online course

This online course was developed to assist teachers in learning the dispositions, knowledge, and skills needed to be a teacher leader. Teacher Leaders are defined as teachers who lead in various formal and informal ways in their classrooms, schools, districts, and communities. By the end of this course, participants will be able to describe the knowledge, skills, and dispositions of Teacher Leaders and have had some practice identifying and using the skills.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 50277
PDPro Teacher, I'm Done...Now What?

Online course

This online course prepares educators in all grade levels and content areas with strategies to differentiate for learners at all levels. The course covers the value of adapting instruction to meet a range of different needs, as well as numerous practical approaches to achieve this in the classroom. This course is based on current best practices and evidence-based instructional strategies.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 40868
PDPro Thinking about Thinking

Online course

This online course prepares educators in all grade levels and content areas with strategies to develop students’ metacognition. The course covers multiple aspects of metacognition vis-à-vis learning, including its benefits and uses, how to encourage its development, and the relevant research base. This course is based on current best practices and evidence-based instructional strategies.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 40301
PDPro Unlocking the Power of Classroom Discussion

Online course

This online course prepares educators in all grade levels and content areas with strategies to organize, sustain, and encourage classroom discussion. The course covers multiple types of class discussion, including teacher-led discussion, small group discussion, and student-led discussion (Socratic Seminars). This course is based on current best practices and evidence-based instructional strategies.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 40013
PDPro Word Up! 2.0

Online course

This online course equips educators in all grade levels and content areas with a range of effective techniques for teaching Tier II and III vocabulary. These include strategies to build students’ knowledge and connect existing background knowledge to new words, approaches for word analysis (using roots, affixes, bases), and methods for helping students to become life-long, self-directed learners of new terms. This course is based on current best practices and evidence-based instructional strategies

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 40043
PDPro Writing as a Thinking Tool

Online course

This online course prepares educators in all grade levels and content areas with writing-to-learn strategies. The course covers multiple uses and purposes of writing to learn, including idea generation/brainstorming, note-taking, reading and listening comprehension, reflection, question-generation, inquiry, discussion, assessment, and self-assessment. This course is based on current best practices and evidence-based instructional strategies.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 40257
Physical Education Endorsement: Introduction/Philosophy of Physical Education

Face-to-face course

This course acquaints teachers with the history of physical education, how physical education impacts society in the past and present.  An understanding of how children, teenagers, adults and elderly benefit from participation.  Studies will be reviewed on body and brain connections, responsibility of physical educators and relationship between physical education, physical activity, sport, and recreation.  Attendees will review and discuss current research and issues in physical education. A completed assignment or project is required for USBE Lane-Change Credit (1.5 Hours).

Required Book: Intro to Teaching PE Hard Copy - ISBN: 13:9780736086455

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 1.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 39419
Physical Education Endorsement: Physiology of Exercise

Face-to-face course

This course for secondary physical education endorsement and/or professional growth examines the physiologic basis of human movement and conditioning as it relates to teaching physical education.  Students will learn how to scientifically address and develop various elements of physical fitness including muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, cardiovascular conditioning, weight management, and life-long fitness. Practical application and ease of terminology are goals of this class. A completed assignment or project is required for USBE Lane-Change Credit (1.5 Hours).

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 8, 2020

Credit:

  • 1.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 39420
Preschool Induction Meeting

Face-to-face course

For DSD SPED preschool staff in year one or year two of employment.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 29, 2020

Credit:

  • 10.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54623
Preschool Inservice Training

Face-to-face course

This course covers monthly training for DSD preschool staff. September 2019 to May 2020. Kendell Building, PDC.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 29, 2020

Credit:

  • 27.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54622
Preschool Language and Literacy Cohort 2

Multi-day learning opportunity

The Utah State Board of Education will be partnering with Cathy Cole and Kaplan to provide an ongoing targeted, intensive professional learning opportunity with implementation supports focusing on Language and Literacy. This course is developed for Directors and/or coaches to attend with preschool teachers to provide support at the classroom level.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: March 31, 2020

Credit:

  • 20.00 Relicensure Hours
  • USBE Credits

Course ID: 57522
Preschool SPED/CAN Meeting

Face-to-face course

This course if for DSD preschool SPED staff.
Special Education Topics.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 29, 2020

Credit:

  • 15.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54624
Preschool Support Team

Meeting

DSD Preschool Support Team Meeting. Limited to staff that have been asked to serve on the support team.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 29, 2020

Credit:

  • 10.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54625
Principles to Actions Book Study

Online course

This is a guided book study of Principles to Actions by Steve Leinwart, et al. Participants will independently (or as a group) read a section of the textbook and then reflect on what they learned and offer insights into the implication(s) of the new knowledge and learn how it applies to their classroom, to their school, and to their district structure and mathematics culture.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 14.50 Relicensure Hours
  • 1.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 52873
Professional Development 2019-2020

Face-to-face course

Professional Development for Voyage Academy Employees Only

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 10, 2020

Credit:

  • 2.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 53309
Professional Learning/quality Staffing Trainings

Face-to-face course

Professional Learning & Quality Staffing department offers training on various subject matters.This course will be by invitation only.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 7, 2020

Credit:

  • 1.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57743
Puppetry How-To: From Making to Using Across the Curriculum.

Face-to-face course

This course centers on taking the fear out of Puppetry and building skills in making and using a variety of puppets to increase student engagement\r\nand confidence and help them to develop healthy social and emotional habits. Teachers in grades K-6 will learn how to use Puppetry across the curriculum.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 11, 2020

Credit:

  • 1.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 57847
REACH Day 3 Multicultural Education K-12 Institute

Multi-day learning opportunity

Consistent with staff development research, the REACH Day 3 is a follow-up workshop, recommended to take place 8-10 weeks after the REACH two-day training. Participants will have had sufficient time to implement the multicultural teaching strategies and lesson plans, and assess their impact with students. The Day 3 training reminder is sent to participants requesting that they 1) bring a personal, significant cultural item to share in a 3-minute presentation, and 2) bring at least one example of a multiculturally infused lesson plan that they have used in a classroom setting, and 3) share successes and difficulties in using their grade level manual curriculum. To review understanding and application of the previously learned 5 REACH Basic Principles, participants are assigned to pair or triad team. Each team removes an item from a grab bag, is given time to decide how the item is related to the assigned basic principle, and then reports out to the large group. The purposes of #Stages of Multicultural Growth” activity is used to establish individual and organizational realization of multicultural growth. This assessment encourages a commitment to engage in an ongoing process toward greater multicultural competence. Topic related videos and a diversity perspective presentation enhance the interactive workshop discussion and activities.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: March 31, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 41528
Read 180 Summer 2019 Training

Blended Learning

The purpose of this course is to provide teachers with instruction on the Read 180 program. Students in this course will learn to use the resources, online tools, assessments, etc.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 1, 2020

Credit:

  • 1.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 53355
Restorative Practices - Leadership/Triumvirate

Face-to-face course

TBD

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 7, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54833
RP2

Face-to-face course

RP2 meetings for special education preschool staff

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 1, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57563
Running Start North

Face-to-face course

Training for new (1–3 years) special education teachers in northern Utah

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: July 8, 2020
Course ID: 56894
Running Start South

Face-to-face course

Training for new (1–3 years) special education teachers in southern Utah

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: July 1, 2020
Course ID: 56895
Sand Springs Faculty Meeting PD

Multi-day learning opportunity

Participants will work with their grade-level teams with a dual purpose. Participants will explore best practices for PLCs as well as improving their effectiveness as educators through employing these best practices during their weekly grade-level PLCs.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 29, 2020

Credit:

  • 39.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 43022
Secondary Canyons Teacher Support Academy

Meeting

TBD

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969
Course ID: 54639
Secondary Content Literacy

Multi-day learning opportunity

Professional development taught by Kenna Rodgers focusing on teaching reading in a secondary setting.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 20.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 48564
Secondary Math 2 & Math 3 Workshop

Face-to-face course

This course is designed in a workshop format. Participants will be able to choose from a menu of topics. Regardless of the topic, participants will dive into effective\r\nmathematics instruction including asking questions to guide student thinking, analyzing student work and thinking, and facilitating classroom discourse.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 28, 2020
Course ID: 57846
Secondary Principals' Meeting

Meeting

Monthly Meeting

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 21, 2020

Credit:

  • 4.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54342
Section 504 Training - Discipline of Students with Disabilities

One-day learning opportunity

Section 504 training, specific to diabetes. Especially beneficial for 504 Coordinators.

After registration closes, we will send the WebEx link.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 2.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54646
Shanda Stenger or Shannon Elmer

Face-to-face course

This class is designed for Elementary Classroom teachers, and Elementary Music teachers that will discuss classroom management techniques, lesson ideas, integration, resources, collaboration, and quality music education in K-6th grade classroom.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 1.50 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 53239
SII 2020 - Elementary Content Integration (English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies

Face-to-face course

SEE EACH SECTION FOR LOCATION & DATES. How do you fit everything into your instructional day? Let’s talk integration! Come spend two days exploring new ideas about integration, experiencing lessons for your grade level, and designing integrated instruction tied to standards. In each session, you will collaborate, share resources, create lesson plans, and explore new ways to help weave social studies, science, mathematics, ELA, health, and more into student learning. Preschool & Kindergarten, Grade 1-2, Grade 1-3, Grade 5-6. THIS COURSE is NON-REFUNDABLE.

Fee: $105.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 12.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57826
SII 2020 - Elementary English Language Arts (Four 1-Day Courses)

Face-to-face course

SEE EACH SECTION FOR LOCATION and TITLE of COURSE. Elementary English Language Arts - Focusing in on Phonological Awareness and Phonics - Calling all K-6 grade teachers! What is Phonological Awareness and how is it different from Phonics? Why are they critical to reading success in ALL grades? How can I teach them explicitly in my classroom? Come and learn about these foundational reading skills and leave with specific implementation ideas to start using in your classroom right away--even if you are in the upper grades! Elementary English Language Arts - Struggling Readers? Now What? Have you ever wondered how to help your struggling readers? Is it ever too late? This class will prepare you to support students at all levels with reading. We’ll share strategies for whole group, small group, and intervention. This is a class you don’t want to miss. Elementary English Language Arts - Conquering Challenging Text: Are you tired of blank stares and puzzled looks as you ask students to engage in challenging text? Then this is the course for you! In this course, learners will identify what makes a text challenging and its place in tier I reading instruction. Strategies and scaffolding techniques will be pursued to help all learners access challenging text. Elementary English Language Arts - Connecting Reading & Writing: One of the biggest challenges we face as teachers is how to fit both reading and writing into our day. By intentionally connecting reading and writing, we can save time, as well as increase opportunities for purposeful writing. Learn how to build better readers and writers while saving your own sanity!!! “Please bring a charged device and have access to your core curriculum either digitally or one physical teacher manual/unit.” For all Sections listed in this course. ALL SESSIONS FOR THIS COURSE ARE NON-REFUNDABLE!

Fee: $50.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57900
SII 2020 - Elementary Science: Grades 3-5: Introduction to Science with Engineering Education (SEEd) Standards

Face-to-face course

SEE EACH SECTION FOR LOCATION & DATES. New science standards? Implementation next year, 2020-2021 for Grades 3-5? What’s up with the major changes in science instruction? Come spend two days exploring the implementation of new standards for science instruction. In this session, you will investigate the new SEEd standards, experience model lessons for your grade, identify shifts to instruction, and discuss how literacy is embedded in the new science and engineering practices. THIS COURSE is NON-REFUNDABLE.

Fee: $105.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 12.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57928
SII 2020 - Elementary Science: Grades Kindergarten - Grade 2: Introduction to Science with Engineering Education (SEEd) Standards

Face-to-face course

SEE EACH SECTION FOR LOCATION & DATES. New science standards? Implementation next year, 2020-2021? What’s up with the major changes in science instruction? Come spend two days exploring the implementation of new standards for K-2 science instruction. In this session, you will investigate the new SEEd standards, experience model lessons for your grade, identify shifts to instruction, and discuss how literacy is embedded in the new science and engineering practices.THIS COURSE is NON-REFUNDABLE.

Fee: $105.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 12.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57927
SII 2020 - Elementary Social Studies

Face-to-face course

SEE EACH SECTION FOR LOCATION & DATES. Social Studies lessons and resources that are engaging and support student success. Time will be spent working with standards in each grade level per participant needs. ALL SESSIONS FOR THIS COURSE ARE NON-REFUNDABLE!

Fee: $50.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57908
SII 2020 - Preschool: Making Connections: Bringing Together Developmentally Appropriate Practices, Utah Early Learning Standards, and Each Other

Face-to-face course

SEE EACH SECTION FOR LOCATION & DATES. Effective early learning happens as we intentionally plan to meet the needs of all children. Through collaborative interactions, participants will gain knowledge and develop skills that will make children’s classroom learning come alive. Join us for an interactive training as we investigate ways to meet expectations outlined in the new Utah Early Learning Standards while maintaining developmentally appropriate practices in the classroom. Goals and Objectives: Participants will be able to implement DAP using the recently released Utah Early Learning Standards. Opportunity to collaborate, create lesson plans, and build relationships with other professionals to successfully implement the new core into your classroom. Build a foundational knowledge of the new core in order to effectively create and implement learning opportunities for all students. THIS COURSE is NON-REFUNDABLE.

Fee: $105.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 12.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57907
SII 2020 - Secondary English Language Arts 6-12 (Four 1-Day Courses)

Face-to-face course

SEE EACH SECTION FOR LOCATION AND TITLE: STRATEGIES FOR SUCCESS IN ARGUMENTATIVE WRITING (6-12) - Are you a new or veteran teacher searching for new ideas to teach argumentative texts and writing with your students? This is the class for you. Bring your own materials/curriculum and learn new strategies to engage your students and boost their skills. ENGAGEMENT AND ENDURANCE WITH COMPLEX TEXT (6-12) - “My students struggle to read complex texts!” This is something we hear teachers say all the time. After completing this course, you will walk away with strategies and resources to engage your students and help them build endurance in reading complex texts. Bring your own materials/curriculum to integrate what you learn into your own practice. Goals and Objectives: SWBAT: Plan how to utilize at least one new strategy in their curriculum/teaching. / SWABT: Walk away with resources they can use in their practice. / SWABT: Explicitly teach their students to engage and endure with complex text. / SWABT: Explicitly teach their students to read and write argumentative texts. INFORMATIONAL TEXT AND WRITING (6-12) - Literacy instruction isn’t just for English Language Arts. Every subject requires students to read, understand, and use informational text. In order to be successful, students need to be able to think about and write about the material they read to make it their own. In this session, teachers will learn how to find and intentionally engage students in reading, organizing thoughts, and writing based on informational text. Participants are encouraged to bring a current or draft instructional unit or informational text, but not required. WORKING EFFECTIVELY WITH STRUGGLING READERS IN THE SECONDARY SETTING (6-12) - Develop skills, strategies and concepts to help with diverse readers, including EL\\'s in the secondary classroom. ALL SESSIONS FOR THIS COURSE ARE NON-REFUNDABLE!

Fee: $50.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57906
SII 2020 - Secondary Science: Earth and Space Science: Focus on SEEd

Face-to-face course

SEE EACH SECTION FOR LOCATION & DATES. Earth and space science teachers will continue growing their understanding of the SEEd Standards with a day focused specifically on Earth and space science standards. Experience some lessons that you can use in your classroom and build content knowledge aligned to the Earth and space science SEEd standards. Continuation from General 6-12: Introduction to SEEd Standards session, participants MUST attend General Session to come to this. THIS COURSE is NON-REFUNDABLE.

Fee: $50.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57935
SII 2020 - Secondary Science: Grade 8: Focus on SEEd

Face-to-face course

SEE EACH SECTION FOR LOCATION & DATES. 8th Grade teachers will continue growing their understanding of the SEEd Standards with a day focused specifically on 8th Grade standards. Experience some lessons that you can use in your classroom and build content knowledge aligned to the 8th Grade SEEd standards. Continuation from General 6-12: Introduction to SEEd Standards session, participants MUST attend General Session to come to this. THIS COURSE is NON-REFUNDABLE.

Fee: $50.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57932
SII 2020 - Secondary Science: Biology: Focus on SEEd

Face-to-face course

SEE EACH SECTION FOR LOCATION & DATES. Biology teachers will continue growing their understanding of the SEEd Standards with a day focused specifically on biology standards. Experience some lessons that you can use in your classroom and build content knowledge aligned to the biology SEEd standards. Continuation from General 6-12: Introduction to SEEd Standards session, participants MUST attend General Session to come to this.THIS COURSE is NON-REFUNDABLE.

Fee: $50.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57933
SII 2020 - Secondary Science: Chemistry: Focus on SEEd

Face-to-face course

SEE EACH SECTION FOR LOCATION & DATES. Chemistry teachers will continue growing their understanding of the SEEd Standards with a day focused specifically on chemistry standards. Experience some lessons that you can use in your classroom and build content knowledge aligned to the chemistry SEEd standards. Continuation from General 6-12: Introduction to SEEd Standards session, participants MUST attend General Session to come to this.THIS COURSE is NON-REFUNDABLE.

Fee: $50.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57934
SII 2020 - Secondary Science: Grade 6: Focus on SEEd

Face-to-face course

SEE EACH SECTION FOR LOCATION & DATES.6th Grade teachers will continue growing their understanding of the SEEd Standards with a day focused specifically on 6th Grade standards. Experience some lessons that you can use in your classroom and build content knowledge aligned to the 6th Grade SEEd standards. Continuation from General 6-12: Introduction to SEEd Standards session, participants MUST attend General Session to come to this. THIS COURSE is NON-REFUNDABLE.

Fee: $50.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57930
SII 2020 - Secondary Science: Grade 7: Focus on SEEd

Face-to-face course

SEE EACH SECTION FOR LOCATION & DATES. 7th Grade teachers will continue growing their understanding of the SEEd Standards with a day focused specifically on 7th Grade standards. Experience some lessons that you can use in your classroom and build content knowledge aligned to the 7th Grade SEEd standards. Continuation from General 6-12: Introduction to SEEd Standards session, participants MUST attend General Session to come to this.THIS COURSE is NON-REFUNDABLE.

Fee: $50.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57931
SII 2020 - Secondary Science: Physics: Focus on SEEd

Face-to-face course

SEE EACH SECTION FOR LOCATION & DATES. Physics teachers will continue growing their understanding of the SEEd Standards with a day focused specifically on physics standards. Experience some lessons that you can use in your classroom and build content knowledge aligned to the physics SEEd standards. Continuation from General 6-12: Introduction to SEEd Standards session, participants MUST attend General Session to come to this. THIS COURSE is NON-REFUNDABLE.

Fee: $50.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57936
SII 2020 - Secondary Social Studies - Utah Studies

Face-to-face course

SEE EACH SECTION FOR LOCATION & DATES - Social studies lessons and resources for the Utah Studies classroom that are engaging and support student success. THIS COURSE is NON-REFUNDABLE.

Fee: $105.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 12.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57909
SII 2020 - Secondary Social Studies: U.S. Government & Citizenship

Face-to-face course

SEE EACH SECTION FOR LOCATION & DATES. Social studies lessons and resources for U.S. Government and Citizenship that are engaging and support student success. THIS COURSE is NON-REFUNDABLE.

Fee: $105.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 12.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57914
SII 2020 - Secondary Social Studies: U.S. History 1

Face-to-face course

SEE EACH SECTION FOR LOCATION & DATES - Social studies lessons and resources for U.S. History 1 that are engaging and support student success. ALL SESSIONS FOR THIS COURSE ARE NON-REFUNDABLE!

Fee: $105.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 12.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57910
SII 2020 - Secondary Social Studies: U.S. History 2

Face-to-face course

SEE EACH SECTION FOR LOCATION & DATES. Social studies lessons and resources for U.S. History 2 that are engaging and support student success. THIS COURSE is NON-REFUNDABLE.

Fee: $105.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 12.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57913
SII 2020 - Secondary Social Studies: World Geography

Face-to-face course

SEE EACH SECTION FOR LOCATION & DATES. Social studies lessons and resources for World Geography that are engaging and support student success. THIS COURSE is NON-REFUNDABLE.

Fee: $105.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 12.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57912
SII 2020 - Secondary Social Studies: World History

Face-to-face course

SEE EACH SECTION FOR LOCATION & DATES - Want to dig deeper into the World History standards? Please join us for a deeper look at these standards through the lenses of: current events, educational technology, strategies to help students analyze documents/maps/graphs/charts, ideas to get students writing beyond the five paragraph essay, ways to get students engaged and out of their desks, and lastly, meaningful instruction beyond the textbook. Teachers will have time in the workshop to apply what they have learned to their own curriculum and to collaborate with colleagues. Hope to see you this summer! THIS COURSE is NON-REFUNDABLE.

Fee: $105.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 12.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57911
SII 2020 Elementary Health and Physical Education - Healthy Bodies = Healthy Minds

Face-to-face course

In this session attendees will be actively engaging with the core standards for health and physical education. Attendees will learn strategies to teach healthy habits and incorporate movement into the school day. Attendees will also dig into the new Health Education Core Standards and learn best practices, access to resources, and practice some model lessons. Be prepared to move in this session. This session is geared towards the classroom elementary teacher. *Courses are non-refundable

Fee: $50.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57901
SII 2020 Secondary Health

Face-to-face course

In this session attendees will have the opportunity to learn best practices, current content knowledge, and model lessons for the new Health Education Core Standards. This session will be discussing how to teach some of the most difficult standards, how to teach each student, focusing on total health and wellness, and a review of current research and data. Courses will be broken into Health I, Health II, or a secondary blended course depending on location. An electronic device will be required for this course.

Fee: $50.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57905
SII 2020 Secondary Physical Education

Face-to-face course

In this session attendees will develop standards-based lessons for the Physical Education Core Standards in an inclusive manner. Best practices will be modeled and current research utilized. Be prepared to move in this session. Courses will be broken into Middle School, High School, or a 6-12 blended course depending on location. Courses are non-refundable.

Fee: $50.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57904
SII 2020: Elementary Drama Strategies to Enhance Student Engagement (K-6)

Face-to-face course

SEE EACH SECTION FOR LOCATION & DATES - This Course NOT offered in VERNAL. Role play engages students uniquely and powerfully. This course emphasizes the integration of multiple applications of role play, such as storytelling, scripted materials, process drama and puppetry for use within the elementary classroom. Teachers will engage actively in drama strategies in order to facilitate their implementation within grade level curricula. Teachers will also be provided with hard copy and online resources for further information and support. THIS COURSE is NON-REFUNDABLE.

Fee: $105.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 12.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57916
SII 2020: Elementary Mathematics K-2: Maximum Impact: Reaching All Students in Tier 1 Mathematics Instruction (Grades K-2 Place Value)

Face-to-face course

In this 2-day course participants will engage in Grades K-2 place value concepts and progressions while working with principles and strategies that can be used throughout the rest of the mathematics core. This professional learning experience will focus on systematically targeting learner variability and reaching all of our students in Tier 1 mathematics instruction. Design lessons for maximum impact using knowledge of the content and powerful learning supports that are necessary for some, but good for all! Courses are non-refundable.

Fee: $100.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 12.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57920
SII 2020: Elementary Mathematics 3-5: Maximum Impact: Reaching All Students in Tier 1 Mathematics Instruction (Grades 3-5 Fractions)

Face-to-face course

In this 2-day course participants will engage in Grades 3-5 fraction concepts and progressions while working with principles and strategies that can be used throughout the rest of the mathematics core. This professional learning experience will focus on systematically targeting learner variability and reaching all of our students in Tier 1 mathematics instruction. Design lessons for maximum impact using knowledge of the content and powerful learning supports that are necessary for some, but good for all! Courses are non-refundable.

Fee: $100.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 12.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57922
SII 2020: Secondary Fine and Performing Arts - Music (7-12): Passionate and Inspirational Instruction through Music Standards (find your WHY)

Face-to-face course

SEE EACH SECTION FOR LOCATION & DATES. Discover how to maintain passion and love for your musical instruction through incorporating the four music standard strands: Create, Perform, Respond, Connect. THIS COURSE is NON-REFUNDABLE.

Fee: $105.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 12.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57918
SII 2020: Secondary Fine and Performing Arts - Theater (7-12) Deepen Your Lessons with Intentional Planning and Standards Focus

Face-to-face course

SEE EACH SECTION FOR LOCATION & DATES. (Not Offered in Vernal, Logan, or Springville). How to make your lesson planning more rigorous and relevant by using standards for effective planning and execution helping you adapt to all learners. THIS COURSE is NON-REFUNDABLE.

Fee: $105.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 12.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57921
SII 2020: Secondary Fine and Performing Arts - Visual Arts (7-12) Art Skills + Life Skills: Deliberately Designing Deep Learning in the Visual Arts through the USBE Standards

Face-to-face course

SEE EACH SECTION FOR LOCATION & DATES. This Course Not Offered in Richfield. This course will focus on the CREATE, RESPOND, and CONNECT strands in the Utah State Visual Art Core Standards. Participants will come away from this interactive course with new strategies for using their own artistic strengths to create lessons that introduce Deeper Learning and the Six C\'s to invigorate their classroom practice. THIS COURSE is NON-REFUNDABLE.

Fee: $100.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 22, 2020

Credit:

  • 12.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57925
SII 2020: Secondary Mathematics (11-12) AP Calculus Part 3: Walking the Path: Calculus for ALL

Face-to-face course

What is a limit? … a derivative? … an integral? … a series? … why do I care? How would your students answer these fundamental questions? By setting goals and working with essential and accessible learning activities, teachers in this course will learn strategies that will encourage all of their students to reason, justify their thinking, and make sense of core calculus concepts. Courses are non-refundable.

Fee: $100.00

Next Registration Deadline: June 12, 2020

Credit:

  • 12.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57923
SII 2020: Secondary Mathematics 6-12 - Opening the Gate: Algebra for ALL

Face-to-face course

Opening the Gate: Algebra for ALL is a course where teachers will learn how to unlock students’ algebraic thinking in secondary mathematics. Teachers will engage in meaningful mathematics and learn strategies that will encourage students to reason, justify their thinking, and make sense of algebraic structures. In order to strengthen students algebraic understanding, teachers will focus on setting goals, anticipating barriers, and designing learning activities. Courses are non-refundable.

Fee: $150.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 18.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57924
SII 2020: Secondary Science: Grades 6-12: Introduction to SEEd Standards - Vision and Shifts

Face-to-face course

SEE EACH SECTION FOR LOCATION & DATES. The Utah Science with Engineering Education (SEEd) Standards are new for everyone and especially new for high school science teachers. The changes in the standards are much more than just new content. The SEEd standards provide a higher expectation for students with a focus on engaging in science and engineering practices, making sense of the natural world around them, and solving real-world problems. This two-day professional learning will give participants a vision of what the SEEd standards could look like in their classroom and help them to identify the small shifts they can make in their instruction to become a even better at what they do. Participants will engage in learning with both the teacher and student perspective while they engage in learning tasks to investigate phenomena and break down all that is packed into the SEEd Standards. Come enjoy doing science, and learning about resources that are there to help you implement the new SEEd Standards next school year. General Session for all Secondary Science Teachers who teach students in grades 6 through 12. THIS COURSE is NON-REFUNDABLE.

Fee: $100.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 12.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57929
SII 2020: Using Dance to Enlighten the Hearts and Minds of your Students (K-6)

Face-to-face course

SEE EACH SECTION FOR LOCATION & DATES: This Course not being offered in RICHFIELD. This course will focus on how to use dance in the classroom to enhance learning and deepen student understanding of the Utah Core Standards. Children are naturally kinesthetic learners, dance integration develops higher levels of thinking, increases knowledge retention and student motivation. Participants will deepen their understanding of the dance standards and gain the knowledge and skills to use movement in fun and constructive ways. All participants will receive a variety of folk dance, creative dance, and dance integration ideas and lesson plans to implement with their K-6 students. THIS COURSE is NON-REFUNDABLE.

Fee: $100.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 22, 2020

Credit:

  • 12.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57917
SII 2020: World Language (7-12) Designing Your Best World Language Lesson Yet!

Face-to-face course

This course will help world language educators to implement elements of the Universal Design for Learning framework in their particular language and learning environment. The UDL guidelines offer a set of concrete suggestions that can be applied to any discipline or domain to ensure that all learners can access and participate in meaningful, challenging learning opportunities. Participants will be able to bring one of their strongest lesson ever designed and make it even better to engage students in a world language classroom. Courses are non-refundable.

Fee: $50.00

Next Registration Deadline: May 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57926
SLCSD ESL Endorsement Cohort 3 2019-2020

Blended Learning

The SLCSD ESL endorsement program is designed to provide educators with the knowledge and strategies to support English language learners in their classrooms.

This program is a blended learning model with hybrid (in-person and online) and online courses that is completed in six quarters, including one course in the summer (starts August 2019, ends February 2021). There are six (6) courses:

Domain 1: Language Acquisition Domain 2: Cultural Diversity Domain 3: Content Instruction for ELs Domain 4: Assessment for ELs Domain 5: Family and Community Engagement Practicum Capstone

If you need ALL SIX (6) CLASSES for your complete endorsement, you MUST register for all the classes in one track. (Example: A TRACK: Domain 1, Domain 2, Domain 3...).

If you only need specific classes to complete your endorsement, you may register for those courses in any track.

PLEASE CHECK ALL REGISTRATION SECTION NUMBERS AND DATES.

ESL Endorsement classes are graduate-level classes offered with university credit, so they will count toward a professional lane change. There is a $69 posting fee, payable to SUU, for each 3-unit course. The complete endorsement is $414. There are no material or book fees.

When complete, you must complete and submit your ESL Application to the USBE with your official transcript from SUU.

Fee: $69.00

Next Registration Deadline: June 8, 2020

Credit:

  • 18.00 Higher Education Credits

Course ID: 52278
SLCSD PSTL: District-Wide Academy

Blended Learning

We are looking to build capacity and leadership in K-5 science in Salt Lake City School District. We will focus on shifting our practice to three- dimensional teaching and learning as we prepare for new SEEd Standards* in 2020-2021! We invite you to join the PSTL Academy! We are seeking teachers who can commit to the PSTL Academy for the full 2019-20 school year.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 7, 2020

Credit:

  • 38.00 Relicensure Hours
  • 2.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 54615
SLCSD PSTL: Site-Based Academy

Blended Learning

Phenomenal Science Teaching and Learning is a cohort for K-5 science teachers. This cohort supports implementation of the new SEEd standards. The cohort includes sessions facilitated by Brett Moulding, PLCs, filming sessions and lesson reflections.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 7, 2020

Credit:

  • 38.00 Relicensure Hours
  • 2.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 54616
Social Studies Endorsement Course - Civil Rights Movement: A History Spring 2020

Online course

This online CANVAS course has been designed for active educators who are working on fulfilling the requirements for specific social studies endorsements. It is asynchronous, so educators can work on the course material when convenient within each week of the course. There are no mandatory class times to observe and usually no materials to purchase. \r\n\r\nThis course will begin in Spring 2020. These courses usually run for 12 weeks in duration. Each course unlocks weekly, so that the participants engage in the course material as a cohort. \r\n\r\nWhile the courses are tuition-free, there is a required recording fee payable to SUU once grades have been posted. Credit instructions are posted within the courses in CANVAS. Educators are responsible for paying the fee, currently $21 per credit hour, and then credit is posted on an SUU transcript. These courses are ONLY available for graded SUU credit.\r\n\r\nRegistration is limited to two (2) courses per term. These courses will begin registration on March 15, 2020.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 29, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 Higher Education Credits
  • 1.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 57129
Social Studies Endorsement Course - Elementary Methods Spring 2020

Online course

This online CANVAS course has been designed for active educators who are working on fulfilling the requirements for specific social studies endorsements. It is asynchronous, so educators can work on the course material when convenient within each week of the course. There are no mandatory class times to observe and usually no materials to purchase. \\r\\n\\r\\nThis course will begin in Spring 2020. These courses usually run for 12 weeks in duration. Each course unlocks weekly, so that the participants engage in the course material as a cohort. \\r\\n\\r\\nWhile the courses are tuition-free, there is a required recording fee payable to SUU once grades have been posted. Credit instructions are posted within the courses in CANVAS. Educators are responsible for paying the fee, currently $21 per credit hour, and then credit is posted on an SUU transcript. These courses are ONLY available for graded SUU credit.\\r\\n\\r\\nRegistration is limited to two (2) courses per term. These courses will begin registration on March 15, 2020.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 29, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 Higher Education Credits
  • 1.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 57128
Social Studies Endorsement Course - Sports Psychology Spring 2020

Online course

This online CANVAS course has been designed for active educators who are working on fulfilling the requirements for specific social studies endorsements. It is asynchronous, so educators can work on the course material when convenient within each week of the course. There are no mandatory class times to observe and usually no materials to purchase. \r\n\r\nThis course will begin in Spring 2020. These courses usually run for 12 weeks in duration. Each course unlocks weekly, so that the participants engage in the course material as a cohort. \r\n\r\nWhile the courses are tuition-free, there is a required recording fee payable to SUU once grades have been posted. Credit instructions are posted within the courses in CANVAS. Educators are responsible for paying the fee, currently $21 per credit hour, and then credit is posted on an SUU transcript. These courses are ONLY available for graded SUU credit.\r\n\r\nRegistration is limited to two (2) courses per term. These courses will begin registration on March 15, 2020.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 29, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 Higher Education Credits
  • 1.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 57127
Social Studies Endorsement Course - World History 2 - Spring 2020

Online course

This online CANVAS course has been designed for active educators who are working on fulfilling the requirements for specific social studies endorsements. It is asynchronous, so educators can work on the course material when convenient within each week of the course. There are no mandatory class times to observe and usually no materials to purchase. This course will begin April 2020 and run for 12 weeks in duration. Each course unlocks assignments weekly, so that the participants engage in the course material as a cohort. While the courses are tuition-free, there is a required recording fee payable to SUU. Credit instructions are posted within the courses in CANVAS. Educators are responsible for paying the fee, currently $21 per credit hour, and then credit is posted on an SUU transcript. These courses are ONLY available for graded SUU credit. Registration is limited to two (2) courses per term.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 28, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 Higher Education Credits
  • 1.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 56810
Social Studies Endorsement Course Utah History Spring 2020

Online course

This is the registration process for the online course. This merely holds your spot in the CANVAS course, and there will be further processes for SUU credit and enrollment that you will also receive.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 29, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 Higher Education Credits
  • 1.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 57886
Social Studies Leadership Meetings

Meeting

First meeting of the Social Studies Leadership group for the 2019-2020 school year.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 7, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54530
Sora/Overdrive EBooks & Audiobooks

Face-to-face course

Sora/Overdrive EBooks & Audiobooks

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 1.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 56069
South Davis JR High Canvas and Standards Based Grading

Blended Learning

Educators need to use the tools available to them to promote competency-based and personalized learning. This course is designed to introduce the educator to standards-based grading and to help the educator use Canvas as a tool to assign, manage, and grade projects and assessments using standards-based grading.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 1.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 54855
Special Education

Meeting

BESD Special Education Trainings

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 23, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 43239
SPED - Compliance 2020

Online course

This course addresses compliance concerns for special educators and related servers.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 2.50 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57874
SPED - EE/ACS/SB PLC

Meeting

EE/ASC/SB PLC's

*To support teachers to ensure all students learn at their highest levels.

  • Recognizing that helping students to learn requires a collaborative and collective effort. ALL must be willing to participate.

  • Focus is on results-evidence of student learning-and use results to inform and improve our professional practice while responding to students who need intervention or enrichment.

-Richard DuFour

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 9.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 56469
SPED - ELEM - CAN 2.5 credit

Multi-day learning opportunity

Davis School District Special Education Department ELEMENTARY CAN training is a concentrated mandatory training for Davis School District SPED Elementary Certified Teachers. CAN stands for Celebrate, Aim, Network. These trainings will cover SPED topics (IEPs, Medicaid, Data, FuBA/BIP, SLD, DD, MD, OHI, ED, ID, SLI, Autism, Student Engagement, RDR, Multi-Generational Collaboration, etc). All absences must have prior approval from the Coordinator and/or Supervisor.

The Special Education CAN training participants will focus on the following: compliance with individual student paperwork, class curriculum, teach standards from Evaluate Davis, and behavior techniques.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 29, 2020

Credit:

  • 2.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 41046
SPED - LEA Training 2019-2020

Face-to-face course

This course is designed to share SPED compliance, policies and procedures for the LEA representatives in Davis School District.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: March 31, 2020

Credit:

  • 4.50 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57903
SPED - PS - Early Intervention credit

Multi-day learning opportunity

Davis School District Special Education Department Early Intervention training is a concentrated mandatory training for Davis School District Early Intervention Certified Teachers. These trainings will cover Early Intervention topics (IFSPs, Medicaid, Data, Autism, Child and Family Engagement, Multi-Generational Collaboration, etc). All absences must have prior approval from the Coordinator and/or Supervisor.

The Early Intervention training participants will focus on the following: evidence based services, policies and procedures, community collaboration, compliance with Baby Watch Early Intervention Program requirements, and teach standards from Evaluate Davis.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 30, 2020

Credit:

  • 2.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 41005
SPED - RS - Assisted Technology 2020 SY

Face-to-face course

This presentation is for all new related servers, and those wanting a refresher on assistive technology to be used with students. Bradie Ormond is the presenter. Location is DSD North from 12 pm-2 pm on Friday January 24th.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 2.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54708
SPED - RS - Executive Functioning 2020 SY

Face-to-face course

This is a pre-recorded webinar for all new related servers, and those wanting a refresher on executive functioning as it relates to assessment and intervention. Peg Dawson is the presenter. Location is VEC Training Room 1525 from 8:00 am-4:00 pm on February 27th.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 7.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54710
SPED - RS - PSW 2020 SY

Face-to-face course

This presentation is for all new related servers, and those wanting a refresher on DSD's PSW model and the SPELL process within this model. Dawn Sheen and Joseph Viskochil are the presenters. Location is DSD North from 12 pm-3 pm on September 27th.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.50 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54704
SPED - RS - Selective Mutism 2020 SY

Face-to-face course

This is a pre-recorded PESI webinar for all new related servers, and those wanting a refresher on selective mutism as it relates to assessment and intervention. Aimee Kotrba is the presenter. Location is VEC Training Room 1525 from 8:00 am-4:00 pm on Friday May 22nd.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 7.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54712
SPED - RS - SP Group Supervision 2020 SY

Meeting

School psychologists will meet monthly for group supervision on the 2nd Friday of the month, from 8:00 am until 10:30 am. This meets their internship program requirements. The group will be facilitated by Dr. Heidi Block.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 10, 2020

Credit:

  • 22.50 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54714
SPED - RS - SP LGBTQ

Face-to-face course

Combined counselor and psych training on November 15 and 22, 2019.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 2.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 56818
SPED - RS - Suicide Prevention 2020 SY

Face-to-face course

This is a training for all new related servers, and those wanting further training on suicide prevention. Location is DSD North from 11:00 am-1:30 pm on April 17th.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 2.50 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54711
SPED - RS - Transition/File Compliance 2020 SY

Face-to-face course

This presentation is for all new related servers, and those wanting a refresher on DSD's transition processes/resources and file compliance issues. Location is DSD North from 12 pm-4 pm on February 28th.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54709
Sped DSD Special Programs

Blended Learning

ASC Programs Summer Launch- Day 1

Secondary Teachers only- Topics include; Push out model, Sample Schedules and Registration Course Code descriptions.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 3.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54144
Sped DSD Special Programs

Blended Learning

ASC Programs Summer Launch Day 2

All ASC teachers- Topics include; Tiers of Instruction, teaching standards,Grade book, Accommodations and Modifications, Level systems, and Recovery systems.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 8.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54145
SpEd. New Teacher Trainings

Meeting

The Survival Guide for New Special Education Teachers

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 7, 2020

Credit:

  • 12.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54922
STARS Summer Reading - 1 : Volunteering and Real -Time Observation

Face-to-face course

STARS Summer Reading - 1 : Volunteering and Real -Time Observation for teachers who want to improve their tier 1 and tier 2 instruction, particularly with struggling readers. This course is designed for individuals and teams to participate in a group setting where they can observe first hand, in real time, a model literacy teacher for 3 hours each day, for 5 days. 1 credit is awarded for 15 hours’ volunteering.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 29, 2020

Credit:

  • 15.00 Relicensure Hours
  • 1.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 40900
STARS Summer Reading - 2: Volunteering and Real - Time Observation

Face-to-face course

STARS Summer Reading - 2: Volunteering and Real - Time Observation. This course is designed for individuals and teams to participate in a group setting where they can observe first hand, in real time, a model literacy teacher for 3 hours each day, for 10 days. 2 credits are awarded for 30 hours’ volunteering.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 29, 2020

Credit:

  • 30.00 Relicensure Hours
  • 2.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 40901
STARS Summer Reading - 3: Volunteering and Real - Time Observation

Face-to-face course

STARS Summer Reading - 3: Volunteering and Real - Time Observation. This course is designed for individuals and teams to participate in a group setting where they can observe first hand, in real time, a model literacy teacher for 3 hours each day, for 15 days

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 29, 2020

Credit:

  • 30.00 Relicensure Hours
  • 3.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 40902
Statewide Mentor Coordinator Meetings 19-20

Meeting

Statewide Mentor Coordinator Meeting , Time from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 12, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54527
STEM Leadership

Multi-day learning opportunity

This course aims to train teachers in 3D learning pedagogy and how to support other teachers in the transition to the new standards. Teachers will dive into the Framework for K-12 Science Education and how this Framework is going to make changes to how we teach. Teachers will participate in both the teacher and learner roles as this pedagogy is being taught.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 30.00 Relicensure Hours
  • 2.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 52844
Sunset Jr. High Staff Development

Face-to-face course

Teachers will learn specific, concrete, and actionable techniques to improve instruction and increase student achievement. Teachers will meet as professional learning communities to plan, implement, and assess curriculum goals and objectives to improve curriculum planning/instruction/assessments that will lead to increased student achievement. They will also learn to incorporate appropriate instructional technologies into their curriculum.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 12, 2020

Credit:

  • 2.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 54816
Syracuse Elementary PD on Technology Tools

Face-to-face course

Teachers will earn badges as they use the technology and use Microsoft learning tools.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 18.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54522
Syracuse High Blended Learning & Standards Based Grading (Credits)

Blended Learning

Teachers will learn the principles and practices related to blended learning and standards-based grading.  They will meet in content teams and develop and practice lessons and teaching strategies

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 12, 2020

Credit:

  • 2.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 47401
Syracuse High Blended Learning & Standards Based Grading (Hours)

Blended Learning

Teachers will learn the principles and practices related to blended learning and standards-based grading.  They will meet in content teams and develop and practice lessons and teaching strategies.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 12, 2020

Credit:

  • 36.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 47398
Taking Action - Implementing Effective Mathematics Teaching Practices K-5

Face-to-face course

This is a guided book study of Taking Action - Implementing Effective Mathematics Practices K-5 by DeAnn Huinker and Victoria Bill. Participants will independently (or as a group) read a section of the textbook and then implement a practical piece of what they learned in their classroom and reflect on the process. Participants will study other classrooms through video clips and narratives and compare and contrast with their own teaching.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: July 1, 2020

Credit:

  • 30.00 Relicensure Hours
  • 2.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 54814
TCSD Step Program - Alpha Cohort

Multi-day learning opportunity

These PD sessions will focus on data driven instruction. Each session will provide you the opportunity to actively participate in each phase of the data and instruction cycle.

*Please make sure you bring your teacher Chromebook to each session.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 8, 2020

Credit:

  • 2.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54696
TCSD Step Program - Bravo Cohort

Multi-day learning opportunity

These PD sessions will focus on increasing blended learning in your classroom through the use of the 4 C's of 21st century skills. Each session will provide you the opportunity to explore various technology tools, practice pedagogically sound approaches to technology use with students, and create engaging and innovative lessons that leverage the best of digital and analog tools available in your classrooms.

*Please make sure you bring your teacher Chromebook to each session.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: March 31, 2020

Credit:

  • 2.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54695
Teacher Clarity

Multi-day learning opportunity

Once a month we will be working through 1 of the 9 modules in the Teacher Clarity Playbook. Teachers will need to bring their Teacher Clarity Workbooks to each session.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 8, 2020

Credit:

  • 9.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54612
Teacher Clarity

Multi-day learning opportunity

Training on the Teacher Clarity Playbook

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 1, 2020

Credit:

  • 5.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57868
Teacher Work Day activites

Face-to-face course

Teacher workday activities. October rotations- vertical teaming, curriculum mapping, RTI. January - areas of positive behavior strategies, curriculum mapping, mentor/mentee meeting and healthy living kick off.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 9.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 39447
Teachers in the House - Utah Opera 2019-2020

Face-to-face course

Teachers can attend a pre-opera lecture and a Utah Opera performance to earn 4 re-licensure credits. Tickets to the opera are sold separately; when ordering tickets, teachers can get a 10% discount. Call the Ticket Office at 801-533-6683.\r\n\r\nTeachers must sign in before the lecture at the Patron Services Desk in the lobby. Lecture begins an hour before curtain in the Capitol Room.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 9, 2020

Credit:

  • 4.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 56667
Teachers in the House - Utah Symphony 2019-2020

Face-to-face course

Teachers can attend a pre-concert lecture and a Utah Symphony masterworks concert to earn 3 re-licensure credits. Tickets to the symphony are sold separately; when ordering tickets, teachers can get a 10% discount. Call the Ticket Office at 801-533-6683. Teachers must sign in before the lecture at the Coat Check in the lobby. Typically the lecture begins at 6:45 in the First Tier Room, and most nights the concert starts at 7:30 pm. (Some Saturday performances begin at 5:30 pm, with the lecture at 4:45 pm).

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 10, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 53659
Technology Summer Conference

One-day learning opportunity

BESD 2nd Annual Summer Technology Conference!\r\n-Learn the latest and greatest in technology!\r\n-Prizes\r\n-Family Swim Party

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 16, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 50352
Technology Unbrella Course - Knowlton Elem. / West Bountiful Elem.

Multi-day learning opportunity

Teachers will participate in a flipped classroom wherein the instructor will provide modules within canvas that address different tools and methods for technology integration in the classroom in order to support 21st century learning. There will be face to face, all together online, and self directed online opportunities.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 3.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57663
The Behavior Code – Jessica Minahan

Multi-day learning opportunity

Study: Student The Behavior Code: A Practical Guide to Understanding and Teaching the Most Challenging Students

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 1.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 47780
The Behavior Code-Book Study and Implementation

Face-to-face course

This course is designed to help teachers understand what makes students do the things that they do. Once teachers can recognize the motivation behind the behavior they will be able to respond more appropriately to that child’s needs. Teachers will learn how to implement behavior interventions specific to their student’s challenging behavior. Teachers will also implement a school wide behavior intervention program called Think-Time which aligns with the FAIR plan discussed in the book.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 0.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 56726
The Impact of Identity in K-8 Mathematics Book Study

Online course

This is a guided book study of The Impact of Identity in K-8 Mathematics: Rethinking Equity-Based Practices. Participants will independently (or as a group) read a section of the textbook and then reflect on what they learned and offer insights into the implication(s) of the new knowledge and learn how it applies to their classroom, to their school and to their district structure and mathematics culture.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 17.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57651
Third Grade's Intro to the Science and Engineering Education (SEEd) Standards

Face-to-face course

This is a one-day training to introduce teachers to the pedagogy and content needed to teach the performance expectations in the new science standards. This course can be counted towards the face-to-face portion of the introduction to 3-Dimensional Learning Blended Canvas Course or it can be taken as a one-day training.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 15, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57114
Title 1 Principals Meeting

Meeting

Monthly Meeting at the ILSC Building

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 28, 2020

Credit:

  • 3.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54440
Title III ALS Directors Meetings

Multi-day learning opportunity

Title III Directors are engaged in ESSA implementation for ELs and Refugee and Immigrant students.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 29, 2020

Credit:

  • 16.00 Relicensure Hours
  • 1.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 31657
Tolman Elementary Faculty Meetings

Face-to-face course

This is a school wide faculty and staff training to implement staff collaboration in designing strategies for achieving our school improvement plan through shared ideas and pertinent pd opportunities, along with utilizing district directives.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 15.50 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54829
Tolman Elementary Ready Math Instruction & Data Dive

Face-to-face course

Delivering effective instruction with Ready Math and utilizing data to drive instruction.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: March 31, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57711
Tolman SpEd Team

Meeting

We meet weekly to coordinate and collaborate on the best approach to student special education and related services to better personalize instruction.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 8.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 54821
Training completed before MIDAS

Face-to-face course

Miscellaneous training completed before MIDAS started

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 1.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 42616
UAEA Art in the Sun Winter Conference 2020

Multi-day learning opportunity

This is a multi-day conference for classroom teachers, arts specialists, administrators, and school volunteers. This conference provides arts instruction to integrate the arts across the curriculum. This registration is for credit only. YOU MUST ALSO REGISTER FOR THE CONFERENCE THAT REQUIRES A FEE. Payment links for this conference are found on the UAEA website. Workshops include 2D, 3D, Art History, PLC training.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: March 31, 2020

Credit:

  • 20.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57726
UCET Conference Credit

Multi-day learning opportunity

This conference provides many hands-on breakout sessions on ways to utilize technology in teaching and learning, and is perfect for educators of every grade level or subject area who are interested in technology integration.

Please only use this site to register for UCET Conference Credit. To register for the UCET Conference, please visit the UCET Web Site at http://www.ucet.org

For additional information on conference credit and to see the requirements, please visit: http://www.ucet.org/attendees/credit/

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 30, 2020

Credit:

  • 14.00 Relicensure Hours
  • 1.00 Higher Education Credits
  • 1.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 39298
UDTSEA Driver Education Conference

Face-to-face course

Training for all driver education instructors.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 4, 2020

Credit:

  • 8.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57647
UFOLKS Workshop

Face-to-face course

Utah Fellowship of Local Kodaly Specialists provides workshops throughout the year which help participants improve their capacity in music teaching. Before receiving MIDAS credit, participants must register and pay for these workshops either through the UFOLKS website: www.ufolks.org or onsite.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 25, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 31923
UMEA

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 1.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 33143
USEAM

Blended Learning

Utah Special Education Administrators' Meetings

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: April 21, 2020

Credit:

  • 6.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 42970
Utah DEC Webinars

Online course

Zoom trainings provided by the Utah Division for Early Childhood (DEC). Please contact utahdec@gmail.com with any questions.

Participation for Utah DEC members is free. Provide your membership number to utahdec@gmail.com. Participants who are not Utah DEC members pay $10 to the following link https://paypal.me/UtahDEC?locale.x=en_US

For participants to receive a certificate of participation, they must be registered and provide either their DEC membership number or pay the $10 fee. Participants who are Utah DEC members may invite up to two (2) other colleagues to view the presentation with them. For participants who are not Utah DEC members, they may invite up to four (4) other colleagues to view the presentation with them.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 1.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57135
Utah STSE Woodworking Workshop

Multi-day learning opportunity

Woodworking techniques, teaching methods, and project work

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 11, 2020

Credit:

  • 24.00 Relicensure Hours
  • 1.50 USBE Credits

Course ID: 52402
UTIPS - Utah Test Item Pool Server (TW)

Face-to-face course

UTIPS - Utah Test Item Pool Service - Formative Assessment

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 1, 2020

Credit:

  • 1.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 39997
Walden HS Driver Training

Online course

Course completion through the Utah Learning Portal:

https://utah-riskpool.sabacloud.com/Saba/Web_spf/NA1PRD0101/local

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: December 31, 1969

Credit:

  • 1.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 52606
Wellness Series Classes

Face-to-face course

A series of wellness classes will be taught beginning in September and running through May. These classes will focus on various health and wellness topics. \r\n\r\n

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: May 31, 2020

Credit:

  • 9.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 40269
Woods Cross EL Faculty Trainings & Meetings

Meeting

Bi-weekly faculty meetings and professional development to facilitate school improvement and student learning outcomes.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 17.00 Relicensure Hours

Course ID: 57694
WXHS Personalized Learning through PLCs and Best Practices

Multi-day learning opportunity

Teachers will learn, plan, implement, and evaluate instructional strategies revolving around Personalized Learning. Teachers will actively seek out strategies appropriate for their classrooms, this can include blended learning, technology uses, common assessments, standards base learning, and many more strategies.

No Fee

Next Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020

Credit:

  • 2.00 USBE Credits

Course ID: 56706