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Tuesday, January 26
 

11:30am MST

Registration/Lunch - Soup and Sandwich Buffet
Lunch Menu: Soup de Jour, Breads and Rolls, Sliced Turkey, Roast Beef, & Smoked Ham, Lettuce, tomato, Pickle, Onions, Chedder & Swiss Cheese, Traditional Condiments, Pasta Salad, Assorted Cookie Tray

Tuesday January 26, 2016 11:30am - 12:30pm MST
Red Canyon A

12:30pm MST

Conference Welcome with Keynote by Edna LaMarca
“Team Building and Working Together to Enhance Education”

Speakers
avatar for Edna LaMarca

Edna LaMarca

Director, SEDC
Edna Jean LaMarca is the Director of the Southwest Educational Center. She has taught in the classroom for eighteen years and then serving as a administrator for an additional ten years. Her personal goal as she has progressed in her educational career has been to remove roadblocks... Read More →




Tuesday January 26, 2016 12:30pm - 1:00pm MST
Red Canyon A

1:45pm MST

How to Win Friends and Influence Decision Makers
“If You Want to Gather Honey, Don't Kick Over the Beehive”  (Dale Carnegie)

Speakers
avatar for Tim Smith

Tim Smith

CIO, Cache County School District
I have worked in Education for 23 years, most recently as CIO in the Cache County School District. Before that I was a high school administrator. I worked for 10 years at Utah State University at the Center for the School of the Future as Director of Technology.



Tuesday January 26, 2016 1:45pm - 2:45pm MST
Bristlecone

1:45pm MST

Security Challenges for Education 2016+
We will cover the latest threats, and discuss the security issues that are currently upon us, and what we need to watch out for. 

The discussion will cover:  BYOD and IOT, Cloud based Service Security, Content Filtering, SSL Certificate Pinning, Denial of Service attacks, and current security trends.

Our focus will be on how to manage the impact each of these issues has on our local networks, and what we can do to be prepared for the upcoming threats and growth of network traffic.

Speakers


Tuesday January 26, 2016 1:45pm - 2:45pm MST
Manzanita

1:45pm MST

Google Tools
This session will introduce participants to advanced tools often overlooked within the Google Apps for Education suite. We will show you powerful tools such as Voice Typing, creating and saving Templates within your domain, enhancing the research process, managing Add Ons and Extensions to Chrome and more. We will also discuss the best new GAFE administration tools and features.

Link to Advanced Drive Presentation

Link to  Google Extensions Presentation

Speakers
avatar for Clint Stephens

Clint Stephens

Educational Technology Specialist and UCET Preside, Southwest Educational Development Center
During his twelve years teaching secondary Science, Regional Technology Integration Specialist Clint Stephens was awarded the Utah Middle School Science Teacher of the Year award in addition to several technology innovation grants & awards. Currently, Clint is a Level 1 & 2 Certified... Read More →
avatar for Nathan Wilson

Nathan Wilson

Technology Integration Specialist, SESC
I am a Technology Integration Specialist for the Southeast Education Service Center serving Carbon, Emery, Grand, and San Juan school districts. I received a Bachelors degree in Graphic Design and a Masters degree in Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences from Utah State... Read More →



Tuesday January 26, 2016 1:45pm - 2:45pm MST
Pinion

1:45pm MST

Are You Future Ready?
Are you READY for your digital transition? Implementing a digital transition may seem daunting, but there are tools that will help you leap tall buildings in a single bound. Maybe not...but you can engage your stakeholders, identify weaknesses and strengths, close the gaps, and create a realistic and systemic plan that will help you be Future Ready!

Link to Presenation and docs 

Speakers
avatar for Tony Campbell

Tony Campbell

Digital Learning Team Coordinator, Washington County School District
I currently work for WCSD as the Digital Learning Coordinator. I began this journey in 2004. It has been amazing! The best part of my job is the opportunity to work with the amazing teachers in our district. They give so much to our students. Helping them connect technology, pedagogy... Read More →
avatar for Charlie Roberts

Charlie Roberts

Technology & Media, Washington School District
Technology & Media Director for Washington County School District



Tuesday January 26, 2016 1:45pm - 2:45pm MST
Sage

1:45pm MST

New Collaboration Tools
UEN Videoconferencing Services is excited to announce the addition of two new Video Collaboration tools, WebEx and Acano, that are now available to the Utah education community. These products can be used from any computer and are perfect for administrative meetings, collaborations, professional development, trainings, and can be integrated into the existing IVC classrooms. This 90-minute workshop will provide an introduction and discussion of each application’s strengths and uses, along with hands-on training for both of these powerful tools.

Speakers
avatar for Charice Carroll

Charice Carroll

Distance Learning Specialist, Utah Education Network
Charice has worked with Interactive Videoconferencing in Utah for over 28 years, the last 22 with Utah Education Network. She has a B.S. in Broadcast Communications from Weber State University and an M.Ed. in Learning and Technology from Western Governors University.
avatar for Kimberly Davis

Kimberly Davis

Distance Learning Specialist, Utah Education Network
We have a combined 42 years of experience working with Videoconferencing. We did a poster session on this topic last year that was very well received.




Tuesday January 26, 2016 1:45pm - 3:30pm MST
Red Canyon B

3:00pm MST

2016 eRATE
As the designated primary provider of Internet access and the Wide Area Network for public education within Utah, the Utah Education Network is the single largest applicant for E-Rate funds in the state. UEN serves as the E-Rate consortium lead in applying for and implementing the E-rate funds received for the services provided to schools under UEN’s purview. UEN also provides E-rate Program Coordination at the state level for all eligible E-rate Program participants.

Speakers
avatar for Sabrina Scott

Sabrina Scott

State Erate Coordinator, Utah Education Telehealth Network



Tuesday January 26, 2016 3:00pm - 4:00pm MST
Bristlecone

3:00pm MST

Unleashing Nextgen Wireless

If you are wondering which wireless solution will work for you, you are not a lone.

This class will be a discussion on planning and designing nextgen mobility.  Discussion will include: covering existing and future wireless implementations.  Attendees will be able to gage where their district resides in the ever changing wireless realm.


Speakers
avatar for Don Remy

Don Remy

Network Engineer, Nebo School District




Tuesday January 26, 2016 3:00pm - 4:00pm MST
Manzanita

3:00pm MST

Lab Links

Lab Links is a system that provides a homepage of bookmark tiles with pictures that are especially easy for young students to identify and click.  The system features the ability to detect the location (i.e. school, based on the IP address range) and the browser of the client.  These and other capabilities have solved some key problems and saved a great deal of time and frustration in Iron County School District.  Written in PHP, Lab Links (an in-house project at Iron District’s Technology Department) is now in transition from version one to version two.  Come see how the system works, the ways in which it has made things easier for teachers and techs in ICSD, what new features are being implemented in version two, and decide whether or not you’d like to try it out for yourself.


Speakers
avatar for Mark Mumford

Mark Mumford

System Administrator and Developer, Iron County School District
I enjoy programming in Bash, Perl, SQL, and PHP. I have been a desktop Linux user since 2000. I worked for Novell and Dell and taught German in college and high school.




Tuesday January 26, 2016 3:00pm - 4:00pm MST
Pinion

3:00pm MST

Managing Windows Desktops in a Domain Environment
This class covers the basics of creating a domain (both as a primary tool for managing district assets and as a secondary tool to just manage windows desktops).
Topcis that will be covered:
  • Requirements for using a domain
  • Joining computers to a domain and managing computers with group policies.
  • Introduction to the Windows Software Update Server and Windows Deployment Server roles.
  • If time permits System Center products.

Speakers
avatar for David Brown

David Brown

Technology Integration Specialist, San Juan School District



Tuesday January 26, 2016 3:00pm - 4:00pm MST
Sage

3:30pm MST

Fiber Basics (Hands On)
Participants will have an opprtunity to get "hands on" with fiber.   We will cover when and where to use the right fiber optic cable and connectors".   There are a ton of older installs that will not support anything over a gig.  With the  new technologies and everyone looking at rolling out 10 gig, especially internally, the old way of doing things will not work.  We will discuss the specific kinds of fiber, ends and cleaning procedures.  As well as showing the differences with the different types of fiber and specs for each of the fiber types. 

Speakers


Tuesday January 26, 2016 3:30pm - 5:15pm MST
Red Canyon B

4:15pm MST

Acceptable Use Vs. Responsible Use Policies
SEDC has provided Acceptable Use Policy templates for over 5 years. They were very useful at the time, but the use and availability of educational technology, personal devices, social media, The Cloud and a thousand other web services have evolved. Our policies are in definite need of review and in most cases, it is probably time that these policies are updated to reflect these changes.

Many times, our current AUP’s are a long laundry-list of what kids should not do with technology in an educational setting. While we are updating policies, should we focus more on what students (and teachers) should be doing positively with school technology and less on the negative? Is it preferable to focus on responsible uses, or do we need to spell out everything students will be disciplined for doing? 

Join us for a look at our new updated Responsible Use Policy Template. We’ll discuss its strengths and weaknesses, and what other updated policies are needed for 2016 and beyond. If you would like to preview the new RUP Template before the session, you can view it here: https://goo.gl/VSjDuS 

Speakers
avatar for Clint Stephens

Clint Stephens

Educational Technology Specialist and UCET Preside, Southwest Educational Development Center
During his twelve years teaching secondary Science, Regional Technology Integration Specialist Clint Stephens was awarded the Utah Middle School Science Teacher of the Year award in addition to several technology innovation grants & awards. Currently, Clint is a Level 1 & 2 Certified... Read More →



Tuesday January 26, 2016 4:15pm - 5:15pm MST
Bristlecone

4:15pm MST

Monitoring Your Network
Come see what SEDC is doing for their monitoring toolset. We use a few that we will demo and talk about how to setup the tools and what requirements they have.

This will also be a discussion on what we should be doing for monitoring and if you have any tools to show off, please come and demo.

Speakers
avatar for Scott Harpster

Scott Harpster

System Engineer, Southwest Educational Development Center
System Engineer at SEDC and have been with SEDC for 10 years. Recently obtained my Masters in Cyber Security.



Tuesday January 26, 2016 4:15pm - 5:15pm MST
Manzanita

4:15pm MST

Google Certified Administrator
This session will cover the road to Google Apps Administrator Certification, and the eight exam topics covered in the course.

Speakers
avatar for Josh Kleinke

Josh Kleinke

Systems Specialist, SEDC
@josh_kleinke




Tuesday January 26, 2016 4:15pm - 5:15pm MST
Pinion

4:15pm MST

MDM - Using JAMF
Getting ready and going 1 to 1 with iPads, Policies, Parent meetings,  Infrastructure, Teacher Training - SAMR, Apps.

Choosing and using an MDM … and for more than just iPads Management.

Speakers
AC

April Christensen

Technology, South Sanpete
avatar for Nadean DeMill

Nadean DeMill

Tech Director, South Sanpete



Tuesday January 26, 2016 4:15pm - 5:15pm MST
Sage

5:30pm MST

General Meeting and Keynote by Rick Gaisford
Utah's Master Plan

ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS
For Technology Powered Learning 

Speakers
avatar for Rick Gaisford

Rick Gaisford

Educational Technology Specialist, Utah State Office of Education
Rick is the Educational Technology Specialist at USBE, and has worked for decades at the state and national level. His reputation is impeccable. He knows and is well respected by key national and state leaders. He truly loves teaching an learning. And to top it off, his personality... Read More →



Tuesday January 26, 2016 5:30pm - 6:00pm MST
Red Canyon A

6:15pm MST

Dinner - Down Home Buffet
Dinner Menu: Tossed Green Salad, Assorted Dressings, Roasted Potato Medly, Signature Baked Beans, Baked Chicken, BBQ Pork, Dessert

Tuesday January 26, 2016 6:15pm - 7:45pm MST
Red Canyon A

7:30pm MST

CUES TCC Meeting
Speakers
avatar for Byron Peterson

Byron Peterson

IT Administrator, CUES



Tuesday January 26, 2016 7:30pm - 9:30pm MST
Bristlecone

7:30pm MST

Metro Districts Mtg.
Networking, Issues, Discussions

Speakers
avatar for Tim Smith

Tim Smith

CIO, Cache County School District
I have worked in Education for 23 years, most recently as CIO in the Cache County School District. Before that I was a high school administrator. I worked for 10 years at Utah State University at the Center for the School of the Future as Director of Technology.


Tuesday January 26, 2016 7:30pm - 9:30pm MST
Red Canyon B

7:30pm MST

NUES TCC Meeting
Speakers
avatar for Duke Mossman

Duke Mossman

Exec Director, NUES
Aloha!



Tuesday January 26, 2016 7:30pm - 9:30pm MST
Sage

7:30pm MST

SEDC SWATT Meeting
Speakers
avatar for Cory Stokes

Cory Stokes

Project Manager, UEN
Cory Stokes has worked in educational technology for the last 26 years. He has worked as a technology coordinator in a district, a technology director at a regional service center and is now managing statewide digital teaching and learning initiatives and projects in Utah. He works... Read More →



Tuesday January 26, 2016 7:30pm - 9:30pm MST
Manzanita

7:30pm MST

SESC RTAC Meeting
This meeting is a regional technology coordination meeting for the four education technology departments located in Southeast Utah, (Carbon, Emery, Grand, San Juan).

The Southeast Educational Service Center (SESC) is one of Utah’s four Regional Service Centers (SEDC, CUES and NUES) established to assist school districts in providing equitable and cost effective services and programs for students in rural Utah. SESC is a not-for-profit service center that supports the four public education school districts in Southeast Utah and exists to provide services needed and requested by the schools/districts served.


 

Speakers
avatar for Robert Potts

Robert Potts

Regional Technology Specialist, Southeast Education Service Center



Tuesday January 26, 2016 7:30pm - 9:30pm MST
Pinion
 
Wednesday, January 27
 

6:30am MST

Breakfast - Bryce Canyon Continental
Breakfast Menu: Assorted Fruit, Assorted Cold Cereals and Milk, Granola and Yogart, Assorted Danishes, Muffins & Bagels, Assorted Spreads, Fresh Brewed Coffee and Assorted Teas, Chilled Breakfast Juices

Wednesday January 27, 2016 6:30am - 8:00am MST
Red Canyon A

8:15am MST

General Meeting and Keynote by David Long
"Readiness for the Digital Transformation of Education?"

All around us entire industries are experiencing one creative disruption after another as they make the digital transformation.  Higher Educations has been ravaged by this disruptive process over the past four years.  As a result educational systems are changing before our eyes. What are the trends? How do K12 and other educational institutions keep up? How do we stay informed and prepared with a shifting horizon?  Let's review together the impact of technology on education, the current drivers of change, and ways to respond.

Speakers
avatar for David Long

David Long

Director, Logan City School District




Wednesday January 27, 2016 8:15am - 8:45am MST
Red Canyon A

9:00am MST

Technology Department Evaluation
In this session we will look at a very simple but powerful educational technology department evaluation process that has been development by UEN.

Link to Presentation



Speakers
avatar for Cory Stokes

Cory Stokes

Project Manager, UEN
Cory Stokes has worked in educational technology for the last 26 years. He has worked as a technology coordinator in a district, a technology director at a regional service center and is now managing statewide digital teaching and learning initiatives and projects in Utah. He works... Read More →


Wednesday January 27, 2016 9:00am - 10:00am MST
Bristlecone

9:00am MST

Web Filtering In-Depth Look
In-dept look at the filtering process

Includes a question and answer panel 

Speakers
avatar for Jeremy Cox

Jeremy Cox

Washington County School District
Jeremy Cox is the Network and Security Coordinator for Washington County School District. He has over 20 years of experience working in Information Technology. Jeremy is passionate about IT security and because of that, has been heavily involved in the planning and implementation... Read More →
avatar for Guy Durrant

Guy Durrant

Retired, None
Starting as a science teacher in 1988, I have been at Daggett SD for 28 years. I became technology director in 1989, CTE director in 2006, and assessment director in 2013. I left the classroom in 1998, but I still spend much of each day in classrooms. I have been a member of the UCET... Read More →
avatar for Byron Peterson

Byron Peterson

IT Administrator, CUES


Wednesday January 27, 2016 9:00am - 10:00am MST
Red Canyon B

9:00am MST

Creating an ETEP (Educational Technology Endorsement Program
Washington County School District has been supporting an ETEP for several years. It has evolved to meet the needs of the district and its teachers. The WCSD technology team is willing to share their program and would like to help other districts/regions establish their own state approved ETEP.

Link to Docs:

 

Speakers
avatar for Tony Campbell

Tony Campbell

Digital Learning Team Coordinator, Washington County School District
I currently work for WCSD as the Digital Learning Coordinator. I began this journey in 2004. It has been amazing! The best part of my job is the opportunity to work with the amazing teachers in our district. They give so much to our students. Helping them connect technology, pedagogy... Read More →
avatar for Charlie Roberts

Charlie Roberts

Technology & Media, Washington School District
Technology & Media Director for Washington County School District



Wednesday January 27, 2016 9:00am - 10:00am MST
Pinion

9:00am MST

MDM Chromebook - iPad
This two part session will discuss how to get started in Chromebook MDM through detailed user and device settings in Chrome Management. We will also cover the new features, interface, and tools found in Apple Configurator 2.

Chromebook Management Slides
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1oWjTXT0hcy59A29pS62X6rNfrDEWD2ex8UE9NwwpNcE/edit?usp=sharing 

Speakers
avatar for Phil Feichko

Phil Feichko

Technology Director, Carbon School District
I have worked in the Tech Department at Carbon School District for the past 26 years. I started as a Technology Specialist and for the past 5 years have taken on the role of Technology Director.
avatar for Nathan Wilson

Nathan Wilson

Technology Integration Specialist, SESC
I am a Technology Integration Specialist for the Southeast Education Service Center serving Carbon, Emery, Grand, and San Juan school districts. I received a Bachelors degree in Graphic Design and a Masters degree in Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences from Utah State... Read More →




Wednesday January 27, 2016 9:00am - 10:00am MST
Sage

9:00am MST

Real Networking with Cisco Switches (Hands On)
Learn the basics of cisco switches. It is hands on so bring a console cable and usb to console. If you don't have one ask your friendly network engineer to borrow his.

If you still don't have a console cable, come anyways and we can make things work.

Speakers
avatar for Scott Harpster

Scott Harpster

System Engineer, Southwest Educational Development Center
System Engineer at SEDC and have been with SEDC for 10 years. Recently obtained my Masters in Cyber Security.




Wednesday January 27, 2016 9:00am - 11:15am MST
Red Canyon B

9:30am MST

Signal Intelligence (Hands On)
There will be 20 USB Mini Tuner, RTL-SDR available for the class.  These may also be purchased for your own personal use.

Software you will need to have downloaded to your device before class starts

Windows
MAC

Cost $ 0.00 each



Speakers


Wednesday January 27, 2016 9:30am - 12:00pm MST
Red Canyon A

10:15am MST

HB 163 - Discussion on Student Data Privacy
Highlighted Provisions:

This bill:
  • defines terms
  • requires an education entity to make notification if there is a release of personally  identifiable student data due to a security breach
  • makes technical changes.

An education entity and an employee, student aide, volunteer, third party contractor, or other agent of an education entity shall protect the privacy of:

  • students
  • their parents
  • their families
  • support parental involvement in the education of their children through compliance with the protections provided for family and student privacy under Section 53A-13-302 and the Federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act and related provisions under 20 U.S.C. Secs. 1232[g](g)  and 1232[h](h), in the administration and operation of all public school programs, regardless of the source of funding.

http://le.utah.gov/~2015/bills/static/HB0163.html


Utah Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act

Sponsors
avatar for Rick Gaisford

Rick Gaisford

Educational Technology Specialist, Utah State Office of Education
Rick is the Educational Technology Specialist at USBE, and has worked for decades at the state and national level. His reputation is impeccable. He knows and is well respected by key national and state leaders. He truly loves teaching an learning. And to top it off, his personality... Read More →


Wednesday January 27, 2016 10:15am - 11:15am MST
Bristlecone

10:15am MST

Open Source Solutions
Speakers
avatar for Jim Black

Jim Black

Data and Software Systems Coordinator, Washington County School District
@WCSDGoogleNinja



Wednesday January 27, 2016 10:15am - 11:15am MST
Manzanita

10:15am MST

Technology ReHab
This presentation will include a "Lifestyle Sustainability Check".  
    Rehab by Amy Winehouse - They tried to make me go to rehab
    I said, "no, no, no" 
    The man said, "why do you think you here?"
    I said, "I got no idea."
Digital Detox - Finding Balance in Our Lives As We Live in This Digital World.

Pursuing the Prodigiously Empty Mind..... article by Scott Burt
-suggested by Chris Haught (thanks)

Speakers
avatar for Robert Potts

Robert Potts

Regional Technology Specialist, Southeast Education Service Center




Wednesday January 27, 2016 10:15am - 11:15am MST
Pinion

10:15am MST

Google Classroom
If you have teachers thinking about or wanting to use the free Google Classroom CMS as an alternative to Canvas, or if you are just curious about what Classroom is, what it can do, and how to get it up and running in your district/region, please join us. We will do a basic overview of getting started with Classroom from a teacher and student perspective, as well as go over some of the things you need to know on the Google Domain Administration side of things to make it work. Time permitting, we will have an open discussion/Q&A time to address specific needs.

Speakers
avatar for Clint Stephens

Clint Stephens

Educational Technology Specialist and UCET Preside, Southwest Educational Development Center
During his twelve years teaching secondary Science, Regional Technology Integration Specialist Clint Stephens was awarded the Utah Middle School Science Teacher of the Year award in addition to several technology innovation grants & awards. Currently, Clint is a Level 1 & 2 Certified... Read More →
avatar for Nathan Wilson

Nathan Wilson

Technology Integration Specialist, SESC
I am a Technology Integration Specialist for the Southeast Education Service Center serving Carbon, Emery, Grand, and San Juan school districts. I received a Bachelors degree in Graphic Design and a Masters degree in Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences from Utah State... Read More →




Wednesday January 27, 2016 10:15am - 11:15am MST
Sage

11:30am MST

Risk Management - High Impact Vulnerabilities
Building an Army of Human Sensors

"Risk Management is about separating your kings from your pawns" -Chris Clymer

Join us as we talk about risk management and what is expected of the education technology department.

We will also talk about all the latest vulnerabilities and we can protect ourselves from them.

Speakers
avatar for Mark Houtz

Mark Houtz

Network Engineer, NUES
avatar for Robert Potts

Robert Potts

Regional Technology Specialist, Southeast Education Service Center



Wednesday January 27, 2016 11:30am - 12:30pm MST
Bristlecone

11:30am MST

Everything You Wanted to Know About Wireless

This will be a session on the new changes coming  with 802.11 and also Wireless Site Survey Techniques.  How to properly scale wireless networks for BYOD.

 


Speakers
avatar for John Lee

John Lee

Division Manager, CVE Technologies Group
University of Washington Bachelor of Science (BS), Mathematics1982 – 1987



Wednesday January 27, 2016 11:30am - 12:30pm MST
Manzanita

11:30am MST

Strategic Planning (VSAM Model)
In this session we will look at how to develop a simple but powerful technology strategic plan for your organization  We will look in detail at a very light weight planning process called VSAM (Vision, Strategy, Action and Measurement) that SEDC, working with UEN, used to develop their 3 year technology plan. 

Link to Presentation   

Speakers
avatar for Cory Stokes

Cory Stokes

Project Manager, UEN
Cory Stokes has worked in educational technology for the last 26 years. He has worked as a technology coordinator in a district, a technology director at a regional service center and is now managing statewide digital teaching and learning initiatives and projects in Utah. He works... Read More →


Wednesday January 27, 2016 11:30am - 12:30pm MST
Pinion

11:30am MST

IBoss Training
Speakers
avatar for Wes Furgason

Wes Furgason

Security Analyst, Utah Education Network



Wednesday January 27, 2016 11:30am - 12:30pm MST
Red Canyon B

11:30am MST

eBooks and Flipped Classrooms
Are your schools asking for ebooks? Media Centers want devices? How do you choose content and manage a system on a school/district/regional setting? Are they just for libraries or? Come discuss Overdrive with Chris. Afterward, Theresa and Clint will discuss the Flipped model of instruction where teachers use Internet and self-created video for student instruction outside of the classroom. We will discuss how you can help and support these teachers and point you to a few tools to help get teachers started.

Link to Clint's GETTING STARTED WITH FLIPPED & BLENDED INSTRUCTION: http://goo.gl/szs1uu
Link to UEN's FLIPPED CLASSROOM RESOURCES: http://www.uen.org/flipped/


Speakers
avatar for Chris Haught

Chris Haught

Media Mentor, SEDC
Chris works at SEDC, a Regional Service Center that provides support and professional development to six rural school districts. In her position at SEDC, she provides media and technology support to close to 100 schools. You can often find her teaching students how to use the regional... Read More →
avatar for Clint Stephens

Clint Stephens

Educational Technology Specialist and UCET Preside, Southwest Educational Development Center
During his twelve years teaching secondary Science, Regional Technology Integration Specialist Clint Stephens was awarded the Utah Middle School Science Teacher of the Year award in addition to several technology innovation grants & awards. Currently, Clint is a Level 1 & 2 Certified... Read More →
avatar for Theresa Wilson

Theresa Wilson

Technology Integration & Data Mentoring, SESC
Technology Integration & Data Mentoring Specialist for the Southeast Education Service Center since 2002. SESC serves Carbon, Emery, Grand, and San Juan School Districts.


Wednesday January 27, 2016 11:30am - 12:30pm MST
Sage

12:45pm MST

Lunch - Cowboy Potato Bar
Lunch Menu: Baked Potato with all the fixings (cheese & broccoli, chili, bacon bits, butter, sour cream), Green Salad with choice of dressings, Mixed Fruit, Dessert, Beverage

Wednesday January 27, 2016 12:45pm - 1:30pm MST
Red Canyon A