This is an introducation lesson plan to digital storytelling using short narratives as a base for the students' stories. The platform used in this story to create the digital stories is Adobe Spark but many other platforms could be used. It is targeted for 3rd graders.
Select the student behaviour to begin. Then you will work through a series of descriptions and suggestions for what you can do to help that student.
You can look at interventions for Tier 1, Tier 2, Tier 3.
Each intervention suggested for a behavior is then "clickable" and more information is provided on why to use this intervention, and how to do it.
In collaboration with Common Sense Education, this lesson helps students learn to think critically about the user information that some websites request or require. Students learn the difference between private information and personal information, distinguishing what is safe and unsafe to share online.
Students will also explore what it means to be responsible and respectful to their offline and online communities as a step toward learning how to be good digital citizens.
This is a Lesson Plan discussing Social Media and how makes one feel created by Common Sense Education that I have incorporated into a lesson for my 10th grade resource students. It is just one component of Digital Citizenship that I want to start out with in my classroom. Common Sense Education has several to choose from. Check out their website for more great ideas and resources!
This lesson will help students learn from four different scholastic scope articles about digital citizenship. Students will learn one article and teach others about it so then by the end they will understand all four articles. They will present the information by doing a choice board with their group to decide how they want to present the information.
This lesson should be used to teach digital citizenship standards. Students will present standards using Adobe Spark.
In this video, Dani Sloan explains section by section the different aspects of communication available in Canvas. She covers the Canvas inbox, the speedgrader tool and, the fan-favorite, "message students who" tool.
In this episode, Jared Fawson gives us the basics of creating modules in Canvas. This video is for people who have just started using courses in Canvas and need help inputting content. Watch and follow along!
In this quick screencast, Michael Hakkarinen, demonstrates how teachers can set up a student-paced Lesson in Nearpod.
In this video, Michael Hakkarinen shows us how easy it is to make playlists in YouTube and share them to our classes, learning communities and more!
Shannon Ririe guides educators through tips and tricks for adding content from Utah's Online Library to a learning management system (LMS) such as Canvas or Google Classroom.
Tending to one's social and emotional well-being is a daily, lifelong practice. We will share strategies as to how to introduce this practice to young people of all ages in a way that is ongoing and consistent for students while being manageable for teachers.
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On the third episode of Some Good Education News, we head into a new school year and are amazed at the incredible work teachers are doing. Thank you, educators! Dani introduces our new host and recent UEN addition, Katie Blunt. After diving into some good education stories, Katie interviews special guest, Tami Pyfer, Education Advisor from the Governor's Office.
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UEN has created mini lessons for students. These lesson will teach students how to use the resources in Utah's Online Library. These are all self-paced lessons that are less than 60 minutes in length. These are great for teachers who want to import them into their Canvas course. They can also be used as a substitute teacher lesson plan.
These lessons are available in Canvas Commons under the UEN-K12 consortium. You will find this consortium under Canvas Commons using the Filter UEN-K12. Once you have selected the UEN-K12 consortium search for "uen library lesson". These resources include: CultureGrams High School, CultureGrams Middle School, CultureGrams Elementary, World Book Online, Gale Research in Context, Gale, Reference Collection Secondary, LearningExpress Library, Soundzabound, eMedia, EBSCO.
These lessons are only available for Utah teachers with a district/charter school Canvas account.
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This resource includes a pdf file of an infographic. The infographic displays a quick overview of web resources and productions provided by the Utah Education Network (UEN) professional development team. These resources were the focus of UEN's presentations at UCET 2021.