Camille Cole and Justin Andersen share Canyons School District's best practices for teaching and learning at the December 2021 C-Forum meeting.
Camille Cole and Chandra Martz from Canyons School District and Dani Sloan and Katie Blunt from the Utah Education Network present to C-Forum about their doctoral research project. Their research focused on Utah educational leaders' response to the digital divide during COVID-19 school dismissal. They analyze how the lessons learned from their research can guide digital teaching and learning efforts moving forward.
Katie Blunt from the Utah Education Network leads C-Forum in a discussion of how the four elements of the Model of Equitable Technology Access (Physical Access, Motivation/Attitude, Digital Skills, and Usage) are interconnected and how Utah educators can use the model to support digital teaching and learning and bridge Utah's digital divide.
Katie Blunt from the Utah Education Network and Camille Cole from Canyons School District lead a C-Forum discussion about the role of usage in addressing Utah's digital divide.
Chandra Martz and Camille Cole from Canyons School District and Dani Sloan and Katie Blunt from UEN present to virtual attendees about their doctoral research surrounding Utah's digital divide at the 2021 Utah Coalition for Educational Technology Conference.
This panel discussion provides a look the digital divide in Utah, and educational leaders' response to the need for equitable home technology access. The panelists will share solutions and challenges that some urban, suburban, and rural districts in Utah experienced during the COVID-19 school dismissal, lessons learned, and their recommendations for addressing the digital divide in education.