Michael Hakkarinen and Melanie Durfee from USBE teach C-Forum members about the state's personalized, competency-based learning (PCBL) initiative.
In this video, Michael Hakkarinen shows the lessons from Nearpod that help inform students about health, wellness, concerns around COVID-19 and more. The screencast displays how you can save and share, enabling you to adapt the content for your class.
In this video, Michael Hakkarinen takes us through the history of the Canvas app and how educators can optimize assignments/lessons to fit their mobile learners' needs.
In this video, Michael Hakkarinen shows us how to easily create a Nearpod lesson in Google Slides with the Nearpod “add-on”.
In this quick screencast, Michael Hakkarinen, demonstrates how teachers can set up a student-paced Lesson in Nearpod.
In this video, Michael Hakkarinen talks us through making a quiz using Google Forms. We learn that with access to Google Suite, anyone can make a gradable quiz to share.
In this video, Michael Hakkarinen models how you can integrate Nearpod seamlessly into Canvas. This lesson will cover making Nearpod an embedded assignment along with covering how to view student reports without leaving Canvas.
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!
Learn how to personalize learning using technology! Utah teachers have a large amount of technology to explore and use in their classrooms. Learn how to apply key technologies available to Utah teachers in the PCBL + Technology webinar series. This is the first of eight webinars in the PCBL + Technology series.
On this episode of UEN PDTV, Jami and Michael take us through the essentials of Adobe Rush, a video editing app. All Utah teachers have access to Adobe products and grades 7-12 have them in their schools. Learn more about what you can do with Adobe with UEN Professional Development!
On this episode of UEN PDTV, coding extends to elementary schools in Juab County. Michael talks to Heather Westring, a computer lab tech, and Krystle Bassett, innovation specialist, who have both seen how early exposure to coding has helped students become independent and engaged at all levels.
On this episode of UEN PDTV, Michael travels up to North Logan to visit a computer science class at Green Canyon High School. Alison Ence, a computer science teacher, is learning with her students about the vast capabilities of virtual and augmented reality. Her students are not only using VR in the classroom, but coding VR in the classroom. We find out that limitations don’t exist in this field beyond the scope of your own imagination.
On this episode of UEN PDTV, UEN travels from Salt Lake City to San Juan County to learn about the CTE and educational technology innovations from rural Utah schools.
On this episode of UEN PDTV, Michael visits Upland Terrace Elementary School to learn how teachers are integrating core curriculum studies with video games. With Minecraft EDU, students can build entire worlds to put what they learn from school into action.