What’s New at SEDC?

  • SEDC Snapshot Newsletter for Fall ’21
  • Southern Utah Media Specialist Conference 2021

    Southern Utah Media Specialist Conference 2021

    We will be in person this year!

    Join us in St.George, Utah on November 3, 2021!

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    Join us as librarians from Millard, Beaver, Iron, Garfield, Kane and Washington Counties gather to learn and collaborate!

  • UEN’s Digital Locker for Educators

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    UEN’s Digital Locker for Educators

    UEN has announced a new resource for Utah educators. It’s designed to be a perfect “Go To” for some just-in-time training or help. It is extremely easy to navigate, and can quickly get you to the perfect UEN resource right when you need it. 

    Check it out at uen.org/locker


  • Deveny Pace – 2021 SEDC Teacher of the Year

    Deveny Pace – 2021 SEDC Teacher of the Year

  • George Washington Academy Named Charter School of the Year

    George Washington Academy Named Charter School of the Year

    Congratulations to all of the great educators at George Washington Academy! GWA was recognized for their excellence in education by the Utah Association of Charter Schools in the annual Circle of Excellence award ceremony. Out of 111 charter schools in the State of Utah, only 1 is recognized with this exclusive award. Learn more here (links to PDF)

    photo of teachers and adminstrators from George Washington Academy accepting the 2021 Charter School of the Year award at the Utah Charter Schools Conference

  • Reimagine Teaching Videos

    Reimagine Teaching Videos

    Using funds available to the Regional Educational Service Agencies from UETN through Utah’s CARES education funding, we have contracted with great educational thinkers to create multiple series of videos to help all Utah educators with ideas and best practices for instructing students at this challenging time. 

    Index of Videos:


  • Principles for Remote Teaching and Learning – Self-Paced Course from USBE

    Principles for Remote Teaching and Learning

    Self-Paced Course Open for Registration

    USBE has partnered with UEN to provide Utah educators a self-paced Canvas course to support best practices for remote teaching and learning.

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    This course explores best practices for:

    • designing asynchronous and synchronous learning opportunities for students,
    • providing flexibility for student needs and circumstances,
    • facilitating positive and constructive feedback in all areas of learning,
    • techniques for maintaining active engagement in a remote setting,
    • communicating effectively with students and their families, as well as
    • highlighting newly created resources and USBE staff recommendations for essential standards in the content areas for PreK-12. 

    This course may be completed for 1 USBE credit and/or can be explored as a resource to support the efforts to plan for the upcoming school year. Educators may register for “Principles for Remote Learning” now by clicking this link. The course opens this week and is facilitated entirely in Canvas. 

    Please share this opportunity widely with your educators so that they can be prepared for what they are likely to encounter in the 2020-2021 school year.

    Register Here

    Questions? Contact: Katie Dewey-Hill
    Email: katie.hill@schools.utah.gov

  • Interested In An Educational Technology Endorsement? Earn It Through SEDC

    Learn more about our online Educational Technology Endorsement Courses at SEDC

    SEDC is working in cooperation with the Utah Education Network (UEN), the Utah State Board of Education (USBE) and Southern Utah University (SUU) to provide professional learning opportunities to earn an Educational Technology Endorsement Program (ETEP) endorsement for teachers in our region. These courses will be held entirely online through the Canvas learning management system.

    The ETEP endorsement consists of 18 credit hours of courses: 3 3-credit core courses (9 credit hours) which are focused on many of the core concepts in educational technology integration. An additional 6 credits of courses focused on technology to support your curriculum, and 3 credits of courses where you use technology to enhance your professional practice are required as electives. These 5000-level credits will be awarded through SUU at a cost to participants of $23 per credit to record.

    Teachers following in-step with the SEDC ETEP plan will complete this endorsement in 2 years, but we plan on offering these courses on a continual rotating basis, so you are free to jump in anytime that you can. Credit earned in the program can also be used for salary lane changes. Coursework can be applied towards a Master’s degree program from either Southern Utah University or the University of Utah.

    Our next round of courses will begin September 6, 2018, but if you are interested you can join in at anytime. The courses offered during the 2018-2019 school year begin about every 2 months and run for 6 weeks. We will begin the 12-week core courses in early September 2019. Take a look at the upcoming courses we will offer!

    Learn more about the entire endorsement program requirements from UEN.

    Download the 2018 ETEP Flyer in PDF format.

    illustration of ETEP 2018 Flyer

  • Academic Pathway to Teacher (APT/ARL) Licensure Program for Service Centers