Posts Tagged ‘YouTube’

Technology in Dual Immersion Classroom

Written by Tricia Jackson on . Posted in #UCET17

Dual Immersion classroom is an amazing environment for students to learn the second language. It is not easy for teacher to deliver all the content in the target language. With the help of technology, teachers could deliver their lecturing and help students to understand better. In this session, you will learn the language and class management tools to help your dual immersion classroom work smoother. – Peiru Chen

Learning to Fly: Lessons from the Air

Written by Tricia Jackson on . Posted in #UCET17, #ucet4success

Embracing Change, Managing Risk and Fear

In today's ever changing world, businesses and individuals are faced with a constant stream of information, choices and change. The traditional pathways to success are also changing, as are perceptions of risk, sustainability and achievement. Steph speaks on the lessons she's learned in the mountains and in the air as a professional climber and wingsuit pilot, and in choosing a highly nontraditional career path. Managing change, embracing failure, understanding risk and fear, cultivating adaptability, preparing for opportunity. Audiences are encouraged to view their own challenges through a new lens, recognizing the power of adversity and evolution, and the value of crafting an uncommon life. – Steph Davis

Just for Fun

Written by Tricia Jackson on . Posted in #UCET17

On day two of UCET17 we opened with a funny educational video that is quickly interrupted by a "Weekend Update" style news alert reporting on the Comic Con event also happening in SLC the same day. We're sharing it here for a laugh as we start the school year.

Ignite! Playlist Available

Written by Tricia Jackson on . Posted in #UCET17

Need some inspiration? Don't have much time? Check out our Ignite! Session Playlist. These 5 minute videos featuring students and educators from around the state will definitely spark new ideas. We'll be showcasing each of our sixteen #ucet17 videos weekly shortly after Labor Day.