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SEEd Science - 6th Grade Strand 3
Offered By : Utah Education and Telehealth Network

Course ID : 39511
Description
Strand 6.3: Earth's Weather Patterns and Climate All Earth processes are the result of energy flowing and matter cycling within and among the planet’s systems. Heat energy from the Sun, transmitted by radiation, is the primary source of energy that affects Earth's weather and drives the water cycle. Uneven heating across Earth's surface causes changes in density, which result in convection currents in water and air, creating patterns of atmospheric and oceanic circulation that... More
determine regional and global climates.
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Online course
Credits Available
0.50 USBE Credit
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 10 total)
Section 8
Completed 6/1/20   Asynchronous course.

SEEd Science - 6th Grade Strand 4
Offered By : Utah Education and Telehealth Network

Course ID : 39512
Description
Strand 6.4: Stability and Change in Ecosystems The study of ecosystems includes the interaction of organisms with each other and with the physical environment. Consistent interactions occur within and between species in various ecosystems as organisms obtain resources, change the environment, and are affected by the environment. This influences the flow of energy through an ecosystem, resulting in system variations. Additionally, ecosystems benefit humans through processes and resources, such ... More
as the production of food, water and air purification, and recreation opportunities. Scientists and engineers investigate interactions among organisms and evaluate design solutions to preserve biodiversity and ecosystem resources.
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Online course
Credits Available
0.50 USBE Credit
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 9 total)
Section 8
Completed 6/1/20   Asynchronous course.

SEEd Science - 7th Grade Strand 1
Offered By : Utah Education and Telehealth Network

Course ID : 39513
Description
Strand 7.1: Forces interact with matter Forces are push or pull interactions between two objects. Changes in motion, balance and stability, and transfers of energy are all facilitated by forces on matter. Forces, including electric, magnetic, and gravitational forces, can act on objects that are not in contact with each other. Scientists use data from many sources to examine the cause and effect relationships determined by different forces.
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Online course
Credits Available
0.50 USBE Credit
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 11 total)
Section 8
Completed 6/1/2020   Asynchronous course.

SEEd Science - 7th Grade Strand 2
Offered By : Utah Education and Telehealth Network

Course ID : 39514
Description
Strand 7.2: Changes to Earth over time Earth's processes are dynamic and interactive, and are the result of energy flowing and matter cycling within and among Earth’s systems. Energy from the sun and Earth's internal heat are the main sources driving these processes. Plate tectonics is a unifying theory that explains crustal movements of Earth’s surface, how and where different rocks form, the occurrence of earthquakes and volcanoes, and the distribution of fossil plants and anim... More
als.
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Online course
Credits Available
1.00 USBE Credit
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 10 total)
Section 8
Completed 9/1/2020   Asynchronous course.

SEEd Science - 7th Grade Strand 3
Offered By : Utah Education and Telehealth Network

Course ID : 39515
Description
Strand 7.3: Structure and Function of Life Living things are made of smaller structures, which function to meet the needs of survival. The basic structural unit of all living things is the cell. Parts of a cell work together to function as a system. Cells work together and form tissues, organs, and organ systems. Organ systems interact to meet the needs of the organism.
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Online course
Credits Available
0.50 USBE Credit
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 9 total)
Section 8
Completed 6/1/2020   Asynchronous course.

SEEd Science - 7th Grade Strand 4
Offered By : Utah Education and Telehealth Network

Course ID : 39516
Description
Strand 7.4: Reproduction and Inheritance The great diversity of species on Earth is a result of genetic variation. Genetic traits are passed from parent to offspring. These traits affect the structure and behavior of organisms, which affect the organism's ability to survive and reproduce. Mutations can cause changes in traits that may affect an organism. As technology has developed, humans have been able to change the inherited traits in organisms which may impact society.
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Online course
Credits Available
0.50 USBE Credit
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 11 total)
Section 8
Completed 6/1/2020   Asynchronous course.

SEEd Science - 7th Grade Strand 5
Offered By : Utah Education and Telehealth Network

Course ID : 39517
Description
Strand 7.5: Changes in Species Over Time Genetic variation and the proportion of traits within a population can change over time. These changes can result in evolution through natural selection. Additional evidence of change over time can be found in the fossil record, anatomical similarities and differences between modern and ancient organisms, and embryological development.
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Online course
Credits Available
0.50 USBE Credit
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 11 total)
Section 8
Completed 6/1/2020   Asynchronous course.

SEEd Science - 8th Grade Strand 1
Offered By : Utah Education and Telehealth Network

Course ID : 39518
Description
Strand 8.1: Matter and energy interact in the physical world The physical world is made of atoms and molecules. Even large objects can be viewed as a combination of small particles. Energy causes particles to move and interact physically or chemically. Those interactions create a variety of substances. As molecules undergo a chemical or physical change, the number of atoms in that system remains constant. Humans use energy to refine natural resources into synthetic materials.
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Online course
Credits Available
1.00 USBE Credit
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 11 total)
Section 8
Completed 6/1/2020   Asynchronous course.

SEEd Science - 8th Grade Strand 2
Offered By : Utah Education and Telehealth Network

Course ID : 39519
Description
Strand 8.2: Energy is stored and transferred in physical systems Objects can store and transfer energy within systems. Energy can be transferred between objects, which involves changes in the object’s energy. There is a direct relationship between an object’s energy, mass, and velocity. Energy can travel in waves and may be harnessed to transmit information.
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Online course
Credits Available
1.00 USBE Credit
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 11 total)
Section 8
Completed 6/1/20   Asynchronous course.

SEEd Science - 8th Grade Strand 3
Offered By : Utah Education and Telehealth Network

Course ID : 39520
Description
Strand 8.3: Life systems store and transfer matter and energy Living things use energy from their environment to rearrange matter to sustain life. Photosynthetic organisms are able to transfer light energy to chemical energy. Consumers can break down complex food molecules to utilize the stored energy and use the particles to form new, life-sustaining molecules. Ecosystems are examples of how energy can flow while matter cycles through the living and nonliving components of systems.
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Online course
Credits Available
0.50 USBE Credit
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 11 total)
Section 8
Completed 6/1/20   Asynchronous course.

SEEd Science - 8th Grade Strand 4
Offered By : Utah Education and Telehealth Network

Course ID : 39521
Description
Strand 8.4: Interactions with natural systems and resources Interactions of matter and energy through geologic processes have led to the uneven distribution of natural resources. Many of these resources are nonrenewable, and per-capita use can cause positive or negative consequences. Global temperatures change due to various factors, and can cause a change in regional climates. As energy flows through the physical world, natural disasters can occur that affect human life. Humans can study patt... More
erns in natural systems to anticipate and forecast some future disasters and work to mitigate the outcomes.
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Online course
Credits Available
0.50 USBE Credit
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 11 total)
Section 8
Completed 6/1/2020   Asynchronous course.

Davis School District - Youth Mental Health First Aid
Offered By : Davis District

Course ID : 39815
Description
Mental health challenges – such as depression, anxiety, psychosis and substance use – are shockingly common in the United States. In fact, more than one in five American adults will have a mental health problem in any given year. The National Council for Behavioral Health certifies individuals throughout the nation, including Davis School District, to provide Mental Health First Aid courses to prepare their communities with the knowledge and skills to help individuals who are developing a ... More
mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. Identified on SAMHSA’s National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs and Practices, the training helps the public better identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses. For more information on Mental Health First Aid, visit www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org
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Face-to-face course
Credits Available
8.00 Relicensure Hours
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 25 total)
Section 25
Syracuse Jr. High - Youth Mental Health First Aid, Nov 10 & 17, 2020   Nov 10, 2020

Suicide Prevention
Offered By : Lakeview Academy

Course ID : 39824
Description
USBE Suicide Training
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Face-to-face course
Credits Available
2.00 Relicensure Hours
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 4 total)
Section 4
Suicide Prevention 2020-2021   Asynchronous course.

Assessment/Evaluation Coordinator Training
Offered By : Davis District

Course ID : 39849
Description
These trainings are required for all site-based Assessment/Evaluation Coordinators (AECs). Instruction includes USOE standardized testing and testing ethics, SAGE interim and summative testing, myDSD testing (CRTs, benchmarks, screeners, etc.), DIBELS testing, employee evaluation surveys, bullying surveys, kindergarten skills assessments, and more. The AEC is responsible for training all staff on standardized testing and testing ethics annually. AEC acts as liaison between the Assessment Departm... More
ent and his/her school.
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Face-to-face course
Credits Available
2.00 Relicensure Hours
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 9 total)
Section 7
AEC Fall 2019   Asynchronous course.

First Time DSD DIBELS Leaders’ Training
Offered By : Davis District

Course ID : 39877
Description
Participants will learn what their responsibilities are as a DIBELS Leader in Davis District and review how to score DIBELS in mCLASS. They will learn how to ensure consistent, quality DIBELS testing in the school(s). They will also learn about Alternate Assessments, entering those results and other testing codes, as well as test invalidation reporting.
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Face-to-face course
Credits Available
0.00 Relicensure Hour
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 3 total)
Section 3
2019-2020 First Time DIBELS Leader Training   Asynchronous course.

First Time DSD Acadience (DIBELS) Leaders’ Training
Offered By : Davis District

Course ID : 39878
Description
Participants will learn what their responsibilities are as a DIBELS Leader in Davis District and review how to score DIBELS in mCLASS. They will learn how to ensure consistent, quality DIBELS testing in the school(s). They will also learn about Alternate Assessments, entering those results and other testing codes, as well as test invalidation reporting.
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Face-to-face course
Credits Available
7.00 Relicensure Hours
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 6 total)
Section 3
2019-2020 First Time Acadience (DIBELS) Leader Training   Asynchronous course.

Into Math Implementation
Offered By : Box Elder District

Course ID : 39886
Description
Secondary Math Progressions/BELS
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One-day learning opportunity
Credits Available
6.00 Relicensure Hours
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (21 of 45 total)
Section 19
Into Math Webinar: K (in person)   Nov 2, 2020
Section 20
Into Math Webinar: 1st Grade   Nov 3, 2020
Section 21
Into Math Webinar: 2nd Grade   Nov 4, 2020
18 additional sections meet after those listed above.

Fairfield Junior High Common Formative Assessments
Offered By : Davis District

Course ID : 39966
Description
PLCs Meet to collaborate on formative assessments
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Meeting
Credits Available
15.00 Relicensure Hours
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 2 total)
Section 1
Unnamed section   Asynchronous course.

Adult Education Spring Directors' Meeting
Offered By : Utah State Board of Education

Course ID : 39981
Description
This meeting provides policy updates, networking opportunities, budget allocations for the following program year and professional development for all Utah Adult Education program directors.
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One-day learning opportunity
Credits Available
6.00 Relicensure Hours
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 4 total)
Section 4
2021 Spring Adult Education Directors' Meeting   Mar 18, 2021

Kagan Training for New Teachers
Offered By : Lakeview Academy

Course ID : 39990
Description
Kagan Cooperative Learning training for new teachers
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Face-to-face course
Credits Available
6.00 Relicensure Hours
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 2 total)
Section 2
New Teacher Kagan training 2020-2021 School Year   Oct 1, 2020

PDPro In-Depth: Questions that Promote Deeper Thinking
Offered By : Davis District

Course ID : 40008
Description
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.
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Online course
Credits Available
0.50 USBE Credit
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (34 of 40 total)
Section 7
September 10-28, 2018   Asynchronous course.
Section 8
October 8 - 26, 2018   Asynchronous course.
Section 9
November 5-23, 2018   Asynchronous course.
31 additional sections meet after those listed above.

PDPro Unlocking the Power of Classroom Discussion
Offered By : Davis District

Course ID : 40013
Description
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.
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Online course
Credits Available
0.50 USBE Credit
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (34 of 37 total)
Section 1
Dec 4-22, 2017   Asynchronous course.
Section 5
September 10-28, 2018   Asynchronous course.
Section 6
October 8 - 26, 2018   Asynchronous course.
31 additional sections meet after those listed above.

K-12 DSD NUCC: Foundations of Literacy
Offered By : Davis District

Course ID : 40015
Description
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.
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Face-to-face course
Credits Available
3.00 USBE Credits
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 3 total)
Section 2
July 25-Aug 24 (totalling 46 hours)   Asynchronous course.

PDPro Let's Get Organized
Offered By : Davis District

Course ID : 40017
Description
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 ... More
practices and evidence-based instructional strategies.
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Online course
Credits Available
0.50 USBE Credit
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (33 of 37 total)
Section 5
September 10-28, 2018   Asynchronous course.
Section 6
October 8 - 26, 2018   Asynchronous course.
Section 7
November 5-23, 2018   Asynchronous course.
30 additional sections meet after those listed above.

8x8 Math Teacher Leader Program
Offered By : Davis District

Course ID : 40021
Description
The 8X8 Project is a professional development opportunity for Davis School District math teachers through a partnership with WSU. The project aims to improve each teacher’s ability to implement the 8 teaching principles outlined by the NCTM in Principles to Action with the goal of increasing student use of the 8 Standards of Mathematical Practice called for by the Utah State Core Curriculum.
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Face-to-face course
Credits Available
2.50 USBE Credits
77.00 Relicensure Hours
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (1 of 4 total)
Section 4
8X8 Math Teacher Leader Program   Sep 16, 2020

PDPro Parents as Partners
Offered By : Davis District

Course ID : 40027
Description
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... More
and other arenas. This course is based on current best practices and evidence-based instructional strategies.
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Online course
Credits Available
0.50 USBE Credit
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (34 of 38 total)
Section 5
September 10-28, 2018   Asynchronous course.
Section 6
October 8 - 26, 2018   Asynchronous course.
Section 7
November 5-23, 2018   Asynchronous course.
31 additional sections meet after those listed above.

PDPro Project-Based Learning
Offered By : Davis District

Course ID : 40037
Description
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.
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Online course
Credits Available
0.50 USBE Credit
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (34 of 37 total)
Section 1
March 5-23, 2018   Asynchronous course.
Section 5
September 10-28, 2018   Asynchronous course.
Section 6
October 8 - 26, 2018   Asynchronous course.
31 additional sections meet after those listed above.

PDPro Cooperative Learning
Offered By : Davis District

Course ID : 40040
Description
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.
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Online course
Credits Available
0.50 USBE Credit
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (33 of 37 total)
Section 5
September 10-28, 2018   Asynchronous course.
Section 6
October 8-26, 2018   Asynchronous course.
Section 7
November 5-23, 2018   Asynchronous course.
30 additional sections meet after those listed above.

PDPro Word Up! 2.0
Offered By : Davis District

Course ID : 40043
Description
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 strat... More
egies
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Online course
Credits Available
0.50 USBE Credit
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (20 of 21 total)
Section 2
October 7-25-2019   Asynchronous course.
Section 3
November 4-22, 2019   Asynchronous course.
Section 4
December 2-20, 2019   Asynchronous course.
17 additional sections meet after those listed above.

PDPro Supercharge Your Questioning with QAR
Offered By : Davis District

Course ID : 40062
Description
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.
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Online course
Credits Available
0.50 USBE Credit
Fee
No fee.
Upcoming Sections (34 of 38 total)
Section 1
Nov 6-24, 2017   Asynchronous course.
Section 6
September 10-28, 2018   Asynchronous course.
Section 7
October 8 - 26, 2018   Asynchronous course.
31 additional sections meet after those listed above.
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Phone: 801.538.7807