Training Resources

On June 2, 2020, we had over 270 regional educators join us for 4 hours of virtual professional development.  Mike Roberts (@BaldRoberts) started off the morning with his "10 Teacher Traits that Superheroes Emulate" Keynote address.  Following him, attendees were able to choose to 'attend' from 12 different breakout sessions each hour.  We received great feedback about the conference, and it is definitely something we will look at offering to our regional again.
 
The good news, most of the sessions were recorded!  You can access the recording links and session resources on this document, or continue below for any individual links.

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There are so many tools and resources being made available to teachers during this virtual teaching time.  Below are some additional ones I've come across which you may find very beneficial.  As always, let me know if I can be of any help with implementing any of these.  Have fun and good luck!

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We want to provide teachers with the tools and resources you need to be successful in the transition to online teaching.  We understand this transition can be quite daunting, but we know you can do it!  The following resources can help you do it.  If you need guidance or direction as to what tool may be best for what you are trying to accomplish with your classes,

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CUES is pleased to have partnered with the Utah STEM Action Center to provide coding robot kits to our Regional Schools. The available kits include Lego Mindstorms and Micro:Bits (geared for older middle and high school students), Ozobots (elementary and middle age kids), and Bee-Bots (ideal for K-2 students). Robots can be checkout from our "Available Kits" page.  A resource Google Site has been created (and will continue to be updated) where you can find additional information, video tutorials, and instructional tips for each robot. You access this site by clicking here.  Thank you to the STEM Action Center for their generosity!  Find out more about the SAC by visiting their webpage.

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