This lesson is designed for World Geography teachers to teach standard 3 about Culture to students. In the end students will be creating a video sharing their culture and showing their understanding of what culture is and what influences it has based on place, religion, etc...
Jared Fawson from UEN teaches C-Forum about the Canvas templates that are available in Commons and how to easily customize the template buttons, banners, and images.
Jared Fawson, Cathy Larsen, and Rachelle Herbst from Davis School District teach C-Forum members about the district's Leading EDGEucator Academy. EDGE stands for Encouraging Dynamic Growth for Educators, and the academy includes creating leaders with technology and pedagogy, incentives for teachers, and a focus on redesigning learning to develop 21st-century skills.
Kid's Info Bits is an amazing resource for your students to use when doing research, and it's FREE in Utah's Online Library. Learn how to use it with your c...
In this video, Jared Fawson takes a deeper dive into all the different features of creating discussions in Canvas. He shows which features work best based on the lesson or assignment.
In this video, Jared Fawson teaches instructors how to engage and connect via online discussions. He addresses the pros and cons of online discussion platforms and provides the support to work through it.
In this video, Jared Fawson teaches us how to use Gale in Context: Opposing Viewpoints for research. Gale In Context: Opposing Viewpoints is the premier online resource covering today's issues and can be found in Utah's Online Library.
In this episode, Jared Fawson teaches us the secrets of adapting modules in Canvas to suit your teaching style or your students' needs. He covers rearranging modules, requiring student submissions, duplicating assignments and more.
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 episode of PDTV, the Professional Development team recaps their virtual UCET conference experience. They chat about the flexibility of the online format, the disadvantages of technical difficulties, and more!
On this virtual PDTV, Jared Fawson explains to viewers how using Canvas templates makes customizing your Canvas page easier than ever! From uploading your own images to Canvas-provided icons, Jared will guide you through making the course uniquely yours.
On this virtual PDTV, Jared Fawson brings colleague Katie Blunt in to talk about student engagement. While engaging tools and nifty websites are useful, they discuss how creating an engaging course or assignment starts before implementation.
In this virtual PDTV, Jared Fawson speaks to Cory Henwood from Iron County School District. Not only is he the district's Innovation Coordinator, but he is the founder of Launch High School, a personalized competency-based school. The goal of the school is to help students develop transferable skills and enable them to focus and grow their ideas.
In our first PDTV of the school year, Jared Fawson navigates the new normal of remote learning. He chats with Hollie Fisher from Lakeside Elementary in the Davis School District. She shares how she uses OneNote, Teams and more to help with 21st century learning and teaching!
On this episode of UEN PDTV, Dani Sloan and Katie Garrett from UEN go through some tech tools that help maximize time and keep things organized. Even if you are into the old-school method of writing notes down, they have a tech tool for you!
In this episode of PDTV, Jared Fawson and Jami Gardner share their top ten tips for attending a virtual conference. Virtual conference pro, Clint Stevens, also shares how to best navigate the 2021 virtual UCET Conference.
This session covers researched best practices for online discussions. Led by Jared Fawson, participants will learn how to help students engage with content and dialogue productively with peers. Sample discussions are included.