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          UEN Resources for K-12 Education

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          CTE

          Adult Roles and Financial Literacy

          This course prepares students to understand the nature, function, and significance of individual and family relationships integrated with general financial literacy.

          Adult Roles and Responsibilities

          This course prepares students to understand the nature, function, and significance of human relationships involving individuals and families.

          Career and College Readiness Parent Toolkit

          This toolkit provides resources and tools to help parents navigate and plan from kindergarten through high school to be college and career ready.

          Child Development

          A curriculum guide that outlines the content and teaching strategies to help teach students about Child Development.

          Classroom and Laboratory Management

          The intent of this guide is to help educators who teach the nutrition and foods science curriculum. Topics include safe and sanitary work habits, reading a recipe and basic lab procedures.

          Clothing and Textiles I

          This course prepares individuals to understand the psychological aspects of clothing and textiles.

          Clothing and Textiles II

          This course is designed to allow students to develop clothing construction and consumer skills.

          Early Childhood Education

          A curriculum guide that prepares individuals for child-related careers and/or more extensive parenting skills.

          FACS Exploration

          This course helps students learn life skills and develop skills in food & nutrition, childcare & safety, interior design, clothing construction & style, consumerism, family relationships, personal responsibility, and job-related tasks.

          FACS ListServ File Cabinet

          Materials that have been shared via the Family and Consumer Sciences mailing list.

          Fashion Strategies

          An instructional course that prepares individuals to understand the social, psychological, and physiological aspects of clothing and textiles.

          Foods and Fitness - Foods/Nutrition I

          This curriculum guide provides Foods and Nutrition educators basic information and learning activities. It is organized around the reasons why we eat.

          Foods and Fitness - Foods/Nutrition II

          This guide is intended for use as a semester course in basic nutrition and foods at the 9th or 10th grade level. Sections contain units of detailed study with scientific and technical information, teaching strategies and resources.

          Functional Foods

          A curriculum guide that outlines the content and teaching strategies to help teach students with disabilities to become independent in the kitchen.


          The free resources on this comprehensive website will help students develop their spatial thinking skills, which in turn will set them on the path to obtaining a STEM career.

          Interior Design

          This course enables students to explore their creativity in the field of interior design.

          Law Enforcement & Criminal Justice Student Manual

          USBE developed this law enforcement and criminal justice student manual in cooperation with the Unified Police of Greater Salt Lake.

          Life Management

          This course is designed to prepare students with skills to live independently. Skills are developed to help students manage their needs in the areas of interpersonal relationships, housing, clothing, nutrition, and food.

          Teen Living Resource Guide

          This course helps students understand and cope with personal, family, and social challenges. Emphasis is placed on communication, decision-making skills, and building stable relationships with family and peers.

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          English Language Arts

          Argumentative Writing

          Here are some resources to help your students improve their argumentative writing skills.

          A Toolkit for Struggling Readers

          A Guide for Educators

          Digital Books

          Here are digital textbooks created by groups of content and teaching experts, including university faculty, district and school specialists, teachers, and USBE staff.


          Learn together with your child every day! Talk. Sing. Read. Write. Play.

          Elementary Performance Tasks

          These Performance Task Templates and Lesson Plans, developed by Utah educators, align to the Elementary Utah Core.

          English Language Arts Courses and Resources

          Visit UEN's English Language Arts page to view the Utah core and support materials.

          Literacy Resources

          These literacy resources have been gathered to help District Literacy Coordinators and Instructional Coaches with their professional development activities.


          Free educational resources for middle school, high school and college students and instructors - including video demonstrations, interactives and test prep.

          Persuasive / Opinion Writing

          A collection of online resources to help students write effective persuasive essays.

          Presidential Writings Project

          Utah’s secondary educators have designed well scaffolded lessons that support the increased cognitive rigor of the Utah literacy standards. The focus of this project is presidential writings.

          Reading and Writing Rubrics

          Here "Close Reading Rubrics" and "Argumentative Writing Rubrics" for Secondary English Language Arts.

          Sample Student Performance Assessments

          These sample assessments for Secondary English Language Arts have been vetted by select Utah Educators and the USBE English Language Arts Specialist.

          Text Complexity Rubric for Informational Text

          This rubric will help you evaluate the Text Complexity of Informational Text.

          Text Complexity Rubric for Literary Text

          This rubric was designed to help you evaluate the Text Complexity of Literary Text.

          Text Sets and Writing Prompts

          Text sets and writing prompts for grades K-12.

          Utah's K-12 Literacy Framework

          This guide includes strategies for improving literacy achievement and outcomes for children in grades K–12.

          Writing Collection Project

          Samples for grades K-12 for information and opinion/argument writing.

          Young Authors of Utah

          A collection of books written and illustrated by Utah students. 

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          Family & Consumer Sciences

          Adult Roles and Financial Literacy

          This course prepares students to understand the nature, function, and significance of individual and family relationships integrated with general financial literacy.

          Adult Roles and Responsibilities

          This course prepares students to understand the nature, function, and significance of human relationships involving individuals and families.

          Child Development

          A curriculum guide that outlines the content and teaching strategies to help teach students about Child Development.

          Classroom and Laboratory Management

          The intent of this guide is to help educators who teach the nutrition and foods science curriculum. Topics include safe and sanitary work habits, reading a recipe and basic lab procedures.

          Clothing and Textiles I

          This course prepares individuals to understand the psychological aspects of clothing and textiles.

          Clothing and Textiles II

          This course is designed to allow students to develop clothing construction and consumer skills.

          Early Childhood Education

          A curriculum guide that prepares individuals for child-related careers and/or more extensive parenting skills.

          FACS Exploration

          This course helps students learn life skills and develop skills in food & nutrition, childcare & safety, interior design, clothing construction & style, consumerism, family relationships, personal responsibility, and job-related tasks.

          FACS ListServ File Cabinet

          Materials that have been shared via the Family and Consumer Sciences mailing list.

          Fashion Strategies

          An instructional course that prepares individuals to understand the social, psychological, and physiological aspects of clothing and textiles.

          Foods and Fitness - Foods/Nutrition I

          This curriculum guide provides Foods and Nutrition educators basic information and learning activities. It is organized around the reasons why we eat.

          Foods and Fitness - Foods/Nutrition II

          This guide is intended for use as a semester course in basic nutrition and foods at the 9th or 10th grade level. Sections contain units of detailed study with scientific and technical information, teaching strategies and resources.

          Functional Foods

          A curriculum guide that outlines the content and teaching strategies to help teach students with disabilities to become independent in the kitchen.

          Interior Design

          This course enables students to explore their creativity in the field of interior design.

          Life Management

          This course is designed to prepare students with skills to live independently. Skills are developed to help students manage their needs in the areas of interpersonal relationships, housing, clothing, nutrition, and food.

          Teen Living Resource Guide

          This course helps students understand and cope with personal, family, and social challenges. Emphasis is placed on communication, decision-making skills, and building stable relationships with family and peers.

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          General / Miscellaneous

          9 ideas for...

          UEN's Professional Development team has developed dozens of "9 Ideas For…" documents. Check them out today to learn about different technology tools and resources.

          Anne Frank - Teacher Workbook

          This Teacher's Guide provides resources to aid in teaching about Anne Frank and the Holocaust. You will find lesson plans, readings, timelines and more.

          Bloom's Taxonomy in the Classroom

          Spend some time with "Bloom's Taxonomy in the Classroom" to explore ideas for integrating Bloom’s Taxonomy into daily classroom curricular activities.

          Brain Awareness Resources

          Learn about your brain and the brain research that is being done at the University of Utah and around the world.

          Crowd and the Cloud

          A Public Television series about Citizen Science, Crowdsourcing and Mobile Tech.


          Learn together with your child every day! Talk. Sing. Read. Write. Play.


          eMedia is an Internet video distribution service provided by UEN delivering licensed video and other educational media to Utah's schools.

          English Language Learners (ELL)

          A collection of of resources to help educators with English Language Learners.

          Equity & Advocacy Parent & Student Toolkit

          The Utah State Board of Education gathered these equity and advocacy resources for parents and students.


          These personal finance materials for K-12 educators, students and parents were developed to help you prepare Utah's youth to be money smart.

          Flipped Classroom Resources

          Thinking about Flipping your Classroom? Here is some information and resources to help you.

          Healthy Minds, Healthy Bodies

          This resource provides a starting point for teachers to install activities that stimulate the brain through physical activity.

          Holocaust and Genocide Education

          Resources to help teachers teach about the holocaust and genocide.

          Interactive Whiteboard Resources

          A collection of web sites and resources that can be used on your Interactive Whiteboard.

          K-2 Educator Center

          Excellent resources to help K, 1, 2 educators: Developmentally Appropriate Teaching, Curriculum Mapping, Early Childhood Process Skills, Learning Centers and more.

          Lesson Plans

          UEN has thousands of lesson plans that are tied to the Utah Core Standards. All of the plans have been created by educators and approved by the Utah State Office of Education.

          LucidPress & LucidChart

          All Utah schools can access Lucidchart software for real-time collaboration diagramming and Lucidpress - software for multimedia publishing - for free.

          Making the Most of Your Social Studies Field Trips

          The Utah State Legislature awarded funds to enable schools to visit the Utah State Capitol. These funds will pay for the transportation costs for a field trip.

          Multimedia Resources

          A great list of web sites that provide free sounds, images, and videos that can be used in your classroom and multimedia presentations.


          Free educational resources for middle school, high school and college students and instructors - including video demonstrations, interactives and test prep.

          Preschool Pioneer

          Quality early childhood resources for youngsters age 3-6, parents, and caregivers.

          Prevention Dimensions

          USBE's collection of age-appropriate lessons and resources with the goal of decreasing risk factors and promoting protective factors.

          Special Education Resources

          Special Education information on national and state legislation and professional organizations.

          Suicide Prevention Training (USBE)

          Utah Code 53A-1-603 requires suicide prevention training for licensed employees. This online training is intended as an introductory to other training that your district will want to provide.

          Supporting Students New to America

          The goal of the site is to orient Utah educators, local agencies and support staff about school integration as new students begin their lives in Utah.

          Themepark

          UEN's Themepark pages provide you hundreds of resources that support global themes such as Communication, Cycles, Exploration, Imagination, Systems and Patterns.

          Utah Courses and Supportive Lesson Plans and Links

          In addition to viewing the standards and objectives for every one of Utah's K-12 courses, you can find supportive Internet resources and lesson plans.

          Utah Educational Leadership Standards

          These clear and consistent Educational Leadership standards can help school leaders understand their roles and leadershop practices.

          Utah Effective Teaching Standards

          The Utah Effective Teaching Standards articulate what effective teaching and learning look like in the Utah public education system.


          A college and career planning website that helps students identify interests, explore occupations, discover schools and strengthen skills.


          A local early literacy program designed to help children develop as independent, lifelong readers.

          Utah Museums

          Utah has some excellent museums all over the state and here is a list of of their web sites.

          Utah National Parks

          Learn about Utah's 5 National Parks, submit a story about one of the parks, play games, or find resources for educators.

          Utah's Open Textbooks

          These textbooks were created by Utah content experts and the USBE staff to help support the Utah Core Standards.

          Utah Youth Suicide Prevention Crisis Toolkit

          The Utah State Board of Education developed this collection of resources for counselors, educators and parents.

          William Shakespeare Resources

          Online resources and lesson plans to help you bring William Shakespeare into your classroom.

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          Health

          Foods and Fitness - Foods/Nutrition I

          This curriculum guide provides Foods and Nutrition educators basic information and learning activities. It is organized around the reasons why we eat.

          Foods and Fitness - Foods/Nutrition II

          This guide is intended for use as a semester course in basic nutrition and foods at the 9th or 10th grade level. Sections contain units of detailed study with scientific and technical information, teaching strategies and resources.

          Health Education - Bloom's Taxonomy

          Help students think critically while learning about Health Education using Bloom's Taxonomy.

          Healthy Minds, Healthy Bodies

          This resource provides a starting point for teachers to install activities that stimulate the brain through physical activity.

          Life Management

          This course is designed to prepare students with skills to live independently. Skills are developed to help students manage their needs in the areas of interpersonal relationships, housing, clothing, nutrition, and food.

          Prevention Dimensions

          USBE's collection of age-appropriate lessons and resources with the goal of decreasing risk factors and promoting protective factors.

          Suicide Prevention Training (USBE)

          Utah Code 53A-1-603 requires suicide prevention training for licensed employees. This online training is intended as an introductory to other training that your district will want to provide.

          Utah Youth Suicide Prevention Crisis Toolkit

          The Utah State Board of Education developed this collection of resources for counselors, educators and parents.

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          Internet & Research

          9 ideas for...

          UEN's Professional Development team has developed dozens of "9 Ideas For…" documents. Check them out today to learn about different technology tools and resources.

          Big 6 Resources

          Here is a collection of Big 6 Resources for teachers and students. You will find lesson plans, activities and graphic organizers.

          福彩app是正规的吗 Resources

          The following resources are designed to assist faculty, distance learning administrators, multimedia developers and students navigate the murky waters in a sea of new copyright law.

          HTML Tags (basic)

          HTML is short for Hypertext Markup Language, the text-based language used to write web pages. Sometimes it is handy to know basic HTML tags when posting content to the Internet.

          Multimedia Resources

          A great list of web sites that provide free sounds, images, and videos that can be used in your classroom and multimedia presentations.


          NetSafe Utah provides teachers, caregivers and students Internet safety information, lesson plans, videos and training opportunities.

          Podcast Information

          Have you heard of podcasts, but aren't exactly sure what they are? Here is some basic information, as well as links to UEN's podcasts.

          RSS Feeds

          Learn about RSS Feeds - what they are, how to subscribe and a list of popular feeds.

          Utah's Online Library

          Utah's one-of-a-kind online library provides free access to reference collections such as EBSCO, Gale Reference Collection & World Book. Check out the classroom activity ideas.

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          Mathematics

          Digital Books

          Here are digital textbooks created by groups of content and teaching experts, including university faculty, district and school specialists, teachers, and USBE staff.

          Elementary Mathematics Core Guides

          The Utah State Board of Education (USBE) and educators around the state of Utah developed these guides as a support for educators.

          Math Courses and Resources

          Attention Math educators: visit UEN's Math page to view the Utah Mathematics core and support materials.

          Math Shorts Videos

          The following videos were developed as part of the project that is focused on providing resources to help educators teach critical middle school math concepts.


          Free educational resources for middle school, high school and college students and instructors - including video demonstrations, interactives and test prep.

          Secondary Mathematics Core Guides

          The Utah State Board of Education (USBE) and educators around the state of Utah developed these guides as a support for educators.

          Secondary Math II Outline of NROC Resources

          An outline of the NROC resources that support the Secondary Mathematics II course.

          Secondary Math I Outline of NROC Resources

          An outline of the NROC resources that support the Secondary Mathematics I course.


          6th-8th Grade Mathematics Textbook Materials.

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          Preschool


          Learn together with your child every day! Talk. Sing. Read. Write. Play.

          Preschool Pioneer

          Quality early childhood resources for youngsters age 3-6, parents, and caregivers.


          A local early literacy program designed to help children develop as independent, lifelong readers.

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          Science

          3-6 Science Teacher Resource Book

          The Teacher Resource Book (TRB) covers all the Science standards and objectives for grades 3-6.

          Animal Adaptations - Bloom's Taxonomy

          Help students think critically while learning about Animal Adaptations using Bloom's Taxonomy.

          Charles Darwin Links

          Celebrate Charles Darwin's 200th birthday with these educational web sites, classroom activities and lesson plans.

          Cheese Science

          Did you know that there is a lot of science behind cheese? Learn the details of cheese making from real food scientists and have fun playing games and exploring cheese from around the world.

          Climate Science

          UEN's Climate Science web page provides educators and students information about the science and impacts of climate change.

          Crowd and the Cloud

          A Public Television series about Citizen Science, Crowdsourcing and Mobile Tech.

          Digital Books

          Here are digital textbooks created by groups of content and teaching experts, including university faculty, district and school specialists, teachers, and USBE staff.

          Earth Day

          Celebrate Earth Day with these educational web sites, classroom activities, television programs, videos and lesson plans.

          Elementary Science Lesson Plans

          UEN has hundreds of quality lesson plans that support the Utah Elementary Science standards.

          Health Education - Bloom's Taxonomy

          Help students think critically while learning about Health Education using Bloom's Taxonomy.

          Loveland Living Planet Aquarium Video Series

          Every month, the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium will explore thought-provoking questions, amazing animals, weird science, investigations of our local environments, and more.


          Free educational resources for middle school, high school and college students and instructors - including video demonstrations, interactives and test prep.


          Developed by the Natural History Museum of Utah, this program engages middle school students in online investigations that use museum objects and scientific research to support deeper learning.

          Saving Pando

          Utah students and educators across academic disciplines and organizations are working together to understand the wisdom of Pando Populus, the oldest and largest living organism on the planet.

          Sci-ber Text

          This online textbook is based on the Utah Science Core for grades 3 - 9. Sci-ber text includes scientific information, activities and labs which are fun and interesting.

          Science Activities from OER Textbooks

          Fun online Science activities that are found in the Open Educational Resources textbooks.

          Science Courses and Resources

          Attention Science educators: visit UEN's Science page to view the Utah Science core and support materials.

          SciFi Friday

          UEN-TV broadcasts a classic Science Fiction or Horror Film each Friday at 9:00 pm. Watch the movie and then listen to a podcast interview with a local scientist.

          SciTech Now

          SciTech Now captures the latest breakthroughs in science, technology and innovation.

          Secondary Science Lesson Plans

          Science lesson plans that support the Utah Core Standards. All of the plans were created by educators and approved by the Utah State Office of Education.

          Space - Bloom's Taxonomy

          Help students think critically while learning about Space using Bloom's Taxonomy.

          Super Science Resources (7-12)

          A collection of excellent web resources to help 7-12th grade Science educators teach the Utah core.

          Utah Science with Engineering Education (Fall 2017)

          The SEEd standards for grades 6-8 will be implemented in the Fall 2017.


          Water Wise Utah is a project designed to encourage Utah Citizens to conserve the limited water resources in Utah.

          Weather Related Resources

          UEN gathered Internet resources and online games to help students learn about weather. In addition, the Online Cloud Guide provides excellent illustrations of the different cloud types.

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          Social Studies

          9/11 Anniversary Resources

          UEN gathered these 9/11 resources to help educators and students commemorate the event.

          Abraham Lincoln's 200th Birthday

          Celebrate the 200th birthday of our 16th president by learning more about his life and completing these classroom activities.

          African American History Month Resources

          February is African American History Month - a great time to investigate the contributions that African Americans have made to the history and cultural development of the United States.

          American Civics Education Initiative

          American Civics Education Initiative, S.B. 60, was passed in the Utah legislative session of 2015. This law requires the successful passage of a basic civics test or an alternate assessment as a condition of graduation.

          American Colonial History - Mission US

          Dive headfirst into Mission US - a free online video game set in Colonial times and then explore additional American Colonial History resources.

          American Indian Heritage Resources

          UEN gathered these resources to help you celebrate the accomplishments of the peoples who were the original inhabitants, explorers and settlers of the U.S.

          Anne Frank - Teacher Workbook

          This Teacher's Guide provides resources to aid in teaching about Anne Frank and the Holocaust. You will find lesson plans, readings, timelines and more.

          Ceremonies: A Tale of Sister Cities

          This teacher's guide was created to support the exhibit that celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Sister City relationship between Salt Lake City, Utah and Matsumoto, Japan.

          Civil Rights

          Learn about the Civil Rights Movement - from 1954 to present day. You can also access related lesson plans.

          Colonial Williamsburg

          You will find web sites, documents and resources about Colonial Williamsburg, as well as information about the Colonial Williamsburg Electronic Field Trip.

          Constitution Day Resources

          September 17th has been designated as Constitution Day. Use these resources to help gain a deeper appreciation and understanding of our nation's founding document.

          Election Day

          UEN has gathered high quality Election resources for Educators, Students and Parents.

          Elementary Social Studies Resources

          UEN worked with the Utah State Office of Education to gather web sites, activities and lesson plans that support the Elementary Social Studies core.

          Freedom Rides Educator Resources

          In depth resources about the Freedom Rides and the brave civil rights pioneers.


          In celebration of the 150th anniversary of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, you are invited to join Utah students and families in memorizing and applying the principles contained in this two-minute speech. 

          GIS / GPS Resources

          A collection of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Global Positioning Systems (GPS) resources.

          Heritage Gateways

          In addition to documenting the Mormon Trail Wagon Train reenactment, visitors can find lesson plans and stories of the children who experienced the trek over 150 years ago.

          Holocaust and Genocide Education

          Resources to help teachers teach about the holocaust and genocide.

          Inauguration Day

          Great resources and activities to help you and your students learn more about the inauguration ceremonies.

          International Education

          USBE developed this web site to share examples of how teachers and classrooms can support international education.

          Juneteenth Freedom Day

          Juneteenth is the oldest known celebration commemorating the ending of slavery in the United States.

          Making the Most of Your Social Studies Field Trips

          The Utah State Legislature awarded funds to enable schools to visit the Utah State Capitol. These funds will pay for the transportation costs for a field trip.

          Marbury vs. Madison

          This 1803 decision marked the first time the U.S. Supreme Court declared a federal law unconstitutional. Here are some educational web sites to help you learn more about this historic decision.


          A multimedia project that immerses students in U.S. history content through free interactive games. Be sure to check out the


          Free educational resources for middle school, high school and college students and instructors - including video demonstrations, interactives and test prep.

          Ouelessebougou

          Explore Ouelessebougou (Wuh-less-uh-boo-goo) - a region located in the country of Mali in Western Africa. This colorful site has many photos of the people and their lifestyle.

          Our World

          Name a country that has no pollution, where there is no crime, and the citizens are the longest lived people on Earth? Experience Iceland and all of the other countries in "Our World".

          Reach - An Educator's Guide to the Olympics

          This educator guide was created for the 2002 Winter Games. You will find Fact Sheets, Activities, Worksheets and Lesson Plans to help you incorporate the Olympics into your curriculum.

          Sacred Images: A Vision of Native American Rock Art

          This K-12 curriculum was developed to teach students about the culture and customs of the earliest inhabitants of our state.

          Social Studies Courses and Resources

          Attention Social Studies educators: visit UEN's Social Studies page to view the Utah Social Studies courses and resources for the classroom.

          Transcontinental Railroad

          The joining of the rails at Promontory Summit on May 10, 1869, marked the beginning of a new era for the nation, the West, and for Utah. These resources help us understand the many ways the railroad transformed life in Utah.

          U.S. Civics Information

          UEN's Civics web site provides basic information about our government, citizenship and the election process. Take a moment to review your civic duties and responsibilities.

          Utah and U.S. Flag Resources

          Resources to help you learn about the United States and Utah flag as well as flag etiquette, flag related lesson plans and student activities.

          Utah Centennial Studies

          These Utah related lesson plans were created in 1996 to help educators and students celebrate 100 years of statehood.

          Utah Cities and Towns

          These lessons will provide an understanding of the ways in which geography, history, culture, and tradition have made Utah such a unique and fascinating place to live.

          Utah Collections Multimedia Encyclopedia (UCME)

          A project designed to give educators, students and the general public ready access to digital collections of Utah-related information and media items, about the history, culture, geography, and landforms of the state.

          Utah Counties

          This colorful and informative web site explores Utah's 29 counties. You will find interesting facts, photos, and links for each Utah county.

          Utah Counties WebQuest

          This Utah Counties WebQuest puts you in charge of the family vacation.

          Utah History Encyclopedia

          The Utah History Encyclopedia is the first complete history of Utah in encyclopedia form, consisting of 575 articles and over 200 historic photographs.

          Utah Museums

          Utah has some excellent museums all over the state and here is a list of of their web sites.

          Utah National Parks

          Learn about Utah's 5 National Parks, submit a story about one of the parks, play games, or find resources for educators.


          Our Past Their Present offers primary source sets on Utah history topics such as Japanese Internment and Women during World War II.  Created by the Utah Division of State History to meet Social Studies Core Standards. 

          Utah's We the People

          This program is designed to give the next generation of American citizens an understanding of the background, creation, and subsequent history of the unique system of government brought into being by our Constitution.


          Visit the VoteUtah website regularly for updates on the political process, candidate profiles and debate information.

          We Shall Remain

          Lesson plans and resources that support the KUED-7 documentaries that tell the stories of the Ute, Paiute, Northwestern Shoshone, Goshute, and Navajo people.


          High-quality resources for K-12 social studies and language arts classrooms that center around Utah women's advocacy.

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          STEM

          3-6 Science Teacher Resource Book

          The Teacher Resource Book (TRB) covers all the Science standards and objectives for grades 3-6.

          Animal Adaptations - Bloom's Taxonomy

          Help students think critically while learning about Animal Adaptations using Bloom's Taxonomy.

          Climate Science

          UEN's Climate Science web page provides educators and students information about the science and impacts of climate change.

          Crowd and the Cloud

          A Public Television series about Citizen Science, Crowdsourcing and Mobile Tech.

          Earth Day

          Celebrate Earth Day with these educational web sites, classroom activities, television programs, videos and lesson plans.

          Elementary Science Lesson Plans

          UEN has hundreds of quality lesson plans that support the Utah Elementary Science standards.


          The free resources on this comprehensive website will help students develop their spatial thinking skills, which in turn will set them on the path to obtaining a STEM career.

          GIS / GPS Resources

          A collection of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Global Positioning Systems (GPS) resources.

          HTML Tags (basic)

          HTML is short for Hypertext Markup Language, the text-based language used to write web pages. Sometimes it is handy to know basic HTML tags when posting content to the Internet.

          Loveland Living Planet Aquarium Video Series

          Every month, the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium will explore thought-provoking questions, amazing animals, weird science, investigations of our local environments, and more.

          Math Courses and Resources

          Attention Math educators: visit UEN's Math page to view the Utah Mathematics core and support materials.

          Math Shorts Videos

          The following videos were developed as part of the project that is focused on providing resources to help educators teach critical middle school math concepts.


          Developed by the Natural History Museum of Utah, this program engages middle school students in online investigations that use museum objects and scientific research to support deeper learning.

          Saving Pando

          Utah students and educators across academic disciplines and organizations are working together to understand the wisdom of Pando Populus, the oldest and largest living organism on the planet.

          Sci-ber Text

          This online textbook is based on the Utah Science Core for grades 3 - 9. Sci-ber text includes scientific information, activities and labs which are fun and interesting.

          Science Activities from OER Textbooks

          Fun online Science activities that are found in the Open Educational Resources textbooks.

          Science Courses and Resources

          Attention Science educators: visit UEN's Science page to view the Utah Science core and support materials.

          SciFi Friday

          UEN-TV broadcasts a classic Science Fiction or Horror Film each Friday at 9:00 pm. Watch the movie and then listen to a podcast interview with a local scientist.

          SciTech Now

          SciTech Now captures the latest breakthroughs in science, technology and innovation.

          Secondary Math II Outline of NROC Resources

          An outline of the NROC resources that support the Secondary Mathematics II course.

          Secondary Math I Outline of NROC Resources

          An outline of the NROC resources that support the Secondary Mathematics I course.

          Secondary Science Lesson Plans

          Science lesson plans that support the Utah Core Standards. All of the plans were created by educators and approved by the Utah State Office of Education.

          Space - Bloom's Taxonomy

          Help students think critically while learning about Space using Bloom's Taxonomy.

          Super Science Resources (7-12)

          A collection of excellent web resources to help 7-12th grade Science educators teach the Utah core.


          6th-8th Grade Mathematics Textbook Materials.

          Utah Science with Engineering Education (Fall 2017)

          The SEEd standards for grades 6-8 will be implemented in the Fall 2017.

          Weather Related Resources

          UEN gathered Internet resources and online games to help students learn about weather. In addition, the Online Cloud Guide provides excellent illustrations of the different cloud types.

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          Stuff for Students

          Careers Resources

          UEN has gathered a list of excellent web sites that provide career and educational planning resources.

          College Resources

          Here are some web sites to help students, parents, high school counselors, and others get information about college choices.


          The free resources on this comprehensive website will help students develop their spatial thinking skills, which in turn will set them on the path to obtaining a STEM career.

          福彩app是正规的吗work Help

          Students - is homework getting you down? UEN is here to help. Check out this great collection of online resources, tutorials and experts.

          Multimedia Resources

          A great list of web sites that provide free sounds, images, and videos that can be used in your classroom and multimedia presentations.


          Free educational resources for middle school, high school and college students and instructors - including video demonstrations, interactives and test prep.

          Planning for College: A High School Timetable

          Don’t wait until your senior year to take the ACT or the SAT test, to take tough classes or decide to go to college. Here is a helpful timetable for 9th-12 graders.


          Developed by the Natural History Museum of Utah, this program engages middle school students in online investigations that use museum objects and scientific research to support deeper learning.

          Service Projects

          Students: are you look for good Service Projects ideas? Here is a comprehensive list.

          Student Interactives

          Visit one of UEN's most popular web resource - a comprehensive list of educational online games for K-12 students. Warning: Once you start playing - it will be difficult to stop.

          Summer Learning Activities

          Take advantage of the long summer days with UEN's collection of learning activities and online games.

          Utah Counties

          This colorful and informative web site explores Utah's 29 counties. You will find interesting facts, photos, and links for each Utah county.

          Utah Counties WebQuest

          This Utah Counties WebQuest puts you in charge of the family vacation.

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          UEN's Smart Tools

          Apps4Edu

          UEN's Apps4Edu helps you find educational applications for mobile devices that support the Utah Core Curriculum. Search by keyword or select a core area, grade level, mobile device or price.

          Curriculum Search

          With UEN's Curriculum Search it's easy to find educational links, lesson plans and the standard and objectives for the courses you teach.


          eMedia is an Internet video distribution service provided by UEN delivering licensed video and other educational media to Utah's schools.

          Lesson Plan Tool

          Use the Lesson Plan Tool to create lesson plans that support the Utah Core Curriculum. It is easy to use and since it is online the completed plans can be shared with educators around the world.

          my.uen

          my.uen provides access to the UEN Lesson Plan and Rubric tools, CACTUS, Canvas, eMedia and other resources.

          Rubric Tool

          Use UEN's Rubric Tool to create your own assessment rubric from scratch - or customize one of the many pre-made rubrics.

          UEN Teacher Toolbox

          The Utah Education Network offers a lot of resources for K-12 Utah educators. The Teacher Toolbox will show you everything at a glance. This is a great way for both new and experienced educators to explore UEN.

          Utah's Online Library

          Utah's one-of-a-kind online library provides free access to reference collections such as EBSCO, Gale Reference Collection & World Book. Check out the classroom activity ideas.

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          USBE

          A Toolkit for Struggling Readers

          A Guide for Educators

          Career and College Readiness Parent Toolkit

          This toolkit provides resources and tools to help parents navigate and plan from kindergarten through high school to be college and career ready.

          Digital Books

          Here are digital textbooks created by groups of content and teaching experts, including university faculty, district and school specialists, teachers, and USBE staff.

          Elementary Mathematics Core Guides

          The Utah State Board of Education (USBE) and educators around the state of Utah developed these guides as a support for educators.

          Elementary Performance Tasks

          These Performance Task Templates and Lesson Plans, developed by Utah educators, align to the Elementary Utah Core.

          Elementary Social Studies Resources

          UEN worked with the Utah State Office of Education to gather web sites, activities and lesson plans that support the Elementary Social Studies core.

          Equity & Advocacy Parent & Student Toolkit

          The Utah State Board of Education gathered these equity and advocacy resources for parents and students.

          Every Student Succeeds Act

          This Utah State Board of Education Every Student Succeeds Act website provides information about the federal law and Utah’s Consolidated State Plan.


          These personal finance materials for K-12 educators, students and parents were developed to help you prepare Utah's youth to be money smart.

          Healthy Minds, Healthy Bodies

          This resource provides a starting point for teachers to install activities that stimulate the brain through physical activity.

          International Education

          USBE developed this web site to share examples of how teachers and classrooms can support international education.

          Law Enforcement & Criminal Justice Student Manual

          USBE developed this law enforcement and criminal justice student manual in cooperation with the Unified Police of Greater Salt Lake.

          Literacy Resources

          These literacy resources have been gathered to help District Literacy Coordinators and Instructional Coaches with their professional development activities.

          Presidential Writings Project

          Utah’s secondary educators have designed well scaffolded lessons that support the increased cognitive rigor of the Utah literacy standards. The focus of this project is presidential writings.

          Prevention Dimensions

          USBE's collection of age-appropriate lessons and resources with the goal of decreasing risk factors and promoting protective factors.

          Reading and Writing Rubrics

          Here "Close Reading Rubrics" and "Argumentative Writing Rubrics" for Secondary English Language Arts.

          Sample Student Performance Assessments

          These sample assessments for Secondary English Language Arts have been vetted by select Utah Educators and the USBE English Language Arts Specialist.

          Secondary Mathematics Core Guides

          The Utah State Board of Education (USBE) and educators around the state of Utah developed these guides as a support for educators.

          Suicide Prevention Training (USBE)

          Utah Code 53A-1-603 requires suicide prevention training for licensed employees. This online training is intended as an introductory to other training that your district will want to provide.

          Supporting Students New to America

          The goal of the site is to orient Utah educators, local agencies and support staff about school integration as new students begin their lives in Utah.

          Text Sets and Writing Prompts

          Text sets and writing prompts for grades K-12.


          6th-8th Grade Mathematics Textbook Materials.


          USBE gathered Student Data Privacy materials, events, laws and policies for parents, teachers and LEAs.

          Utah Educational Leadership Standards

          These clear and consistent Educational Leadership standards can help school leaders understand their roles and leadershop practices.

          Utah Effective Teaching Standards

          The Utah Effective Teaching Standards articulate what effective teaching and learning look like in the Utah public education system.

          Utah's K-12 Literacy Framework

          This guide includes strategies for improving literacy achievement and outcomes for children in grades K–12.

          Utah's Open Textbooks

          These textbooks were created by Utah content experts and the USBE staff to help support the Utah Core Standards.

          Utah's Promising Practices

          This site is dedicated to disseminating practices, initiatives and programs that have a positive impact on the educational opportunities for students and families.

          Utah Youth Suicide Prevention Crisis Toolkit

          The Utah State Board of Education developed this collection of resources for counselors, educators and parents.

          Writing Collection Project

          Samples for grades K-12 for information and opinion/argument writing.

          Young Authors of Utah

          A collection of books written and illustrated by Utah students. 

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          Utah

          Ceremonies: A Tale of Sister Cities

          This teacher's guide was created to support the exhibit that celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Sister City relationship between Salt Lake City, Utah and Matsumoto, Japan.

          Heritage Gateways

          In addition to documenting the Mormon Trail Wagon Train reenactment, visitors can find lesson plans and stories of the children who experienced the trek over 150 years ago.

          Juneteenth Freedom Day

          Juneteenth is the oldest known celebration commemorating the ending of slavery in the United States.

          Sacred Images: A Vision of Native American Rock Art

          This K-12 curriculum was developed to teach students about the culture and customs of the earliest inhabitants of our state.

          Transcontinental Railroad

          The joining of the rails at Promontory Summit on May 10, 1869, marked the beginning of a new era for the nation, the West, and for Utah. These resources help us understand the many ways the railroad transformed life in Utah.

          Utah and U.S. Flag Resources

          Resources to help you learn about the United States and Utah flag as well as flag etiquette, flag related lesson plans and student activities.

          Utah Centennial Studies

          These Utah related lesson plans were created in 1996 to help educators and students celebrate 100 years of statehood.

          Utah Cities and Towns

          These lessons will provide an understanding of the ways in which geography, history, culture, and tradition have made Utah such a unique and fascinating place to live.

          Utah Collections Multimedia Encyclopedia (UCME)

          A project designed to give educators, students and the general public ready access to digital collections of Utah-related information and media items, about the history, culture, geography, and landforms of the state.

          Utah Counties

          This colorful and informative web site explores Utah's 29 counties. You will find interesting facts, photos, and links for each Utah county.

          Utah Counties WebQuest

          This Utah Counties WebQuest puts you in charge of the family vacation.


          A college and career planning website that helps students identify interests, explore occupations, discover schools and strengthen skills.

          Utah History Encyclopedia

          The Utah History Encyclopedia is the first complete history of Utah in encyclopedia form, consisting of 575 articles and over 200 historic photographs.

          Utah Museums

          Utah has some excellent museums all over the state and here is a list of of their web sites.

          Utah National Parks

          Learn about Utah's 5 National Parks, submit a story about one of the parks, play games, or find resources for educators.

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          Utah Standards

          Elementary Social Studies Resources

          UEN worked with the Utah State Office of Education to gather web sites, activities and lesson plans that support the Elementary Social Studies core.

          English Language Arts Courses and Resources

          Visit UEN's English Language Arts page to view the Utah core and support materials.

          Math Courses and Resources

          Attention Math educators: visit UEN's Math page to view the Utah Mathematics core and support materials.

          Science Courses and Resources

          Attention Science educators: visit UEN's Science page to view the Utah Science core and support materials.

          Social Studies Courses and Resources

          Attention Social Studies educators: visit UEN's Social Studies page to view the Utah Social Studies courses and resources for the classroom.

          Utah Courses and Supportive Lesson Plans and Links

          In addition to viewing the standards and objectives for every one of Utah's K-12 courses, you can find supportive Internet resources and lesson plans.

          Utah Educational Leadership Standards

          These clear and consistent Educational Leadership standards can help school leaders understand their roles and leadershop practices.

          Utah Effective Teaching Standards

          The Utah Effective Teaching Standards articulate what effective teaching and learning look like in the Utah public education system.

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          World Languages

          Utah World Languages Core Standards

          A description of the competencies a Utah world language learner should demonstrate.

          World and Dual Languages

          The Utah Education Network provides several resources to support the World and Dual Language classrooms.

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