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C-Forum Apr 22: Online Programs and Our Bubble
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Cory Henwood from Iron County School District gives C-Forum members a look at the several online education programs managed by Iron Online and the system used to connect remote employees.

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Cory Henwood
Date Added:
05/20/2022
C-Forum Apr 22: The Journey of Competency-Based Learning & Standard-Based Grading
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Cory Henwood from Iron County School District teaches C-Forum members about the district's competency-based learning and standards-based grading journey.

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Cory Henwood
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05/11/2022
UCET 21 - Ignite! Empowering Education by Design
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UCET Conference 2021 - Ignite! In 5 minutes and with 20 images come and inspire teachers! Share 20 slides in 5 minutes and inspire teachers (think of a mini TED event). Presenters will have just five minutes and 20 slides each to share their passions, tell their stories, or share their experiences in a continuous rapid-fire presentation! Presenter slides are shown for 15 seconds each on an automatic rotation for a total of 5 minutes of fame. By sharing what ignites their passions—a professional practice from the classroom, excitement about a new tool that will spark creativity for their students, or a personal story of student engagement – Ignite! presenters will fan the flames for their fellow attendees while awakening their awareness, stimulating their thought, or spurring them to action.
Empowering Education by Design - Cory Henwood
We have learned a lot this past year about what is most meaningful in education. How will we move forward, what will we adopt and what will we leave behind? Will we seek to only develop skills for success on standardized tests or choose to build skills for success that are transferable no matter where life takes them? Will we seek to solely engage students in our curriculum or empower their passions to solve real problems they see in the world around us? I bet you value face-to-face relationships more than ever. How might you make personalized mentoring, feedback, and collaboration central to your classroom? It's ALL a matter of design. Retool how you do school with an upgraded set of values for education as we move from BC to AD (Before Coronavirus to After Disease). Leave UCET with an itch to employ these same empowering principles of design with your students so they can make their learning both more meaningful and memorable.

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Educational Technology
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Utah Coalition for Educational Technology
Author:
Cory Henwood
Date Added:
02/01/2022