Applying practice and research to benefit the students of Utah and the greater community
The Department of Special Education, with Tanner Dance, offer relicensure points to area arts and special education teachers.
Professional development for Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind
Instructed district employees on Functional Vision Assessment techniques and procedures.
Consultations with Jordan School District
Providing technical assistance and training for teachers and staff working with students with severe disabilities.
... Evaluating the effectiveness of using telepresence robots in rural southwest Utah schools.
In conjunction with the Utah Education Policy Center, the Instructional Design and Educational Technology present an infographic describing tech opportunities at the U.
Utah Education Policy Center
The UEPC offers research and evaluation services, training and development, and technical assistance to educational leaders, educators, policymakers, and other stakeholders throughout Utah.
The Utah Education Policy Center (UEPC) is a research-based center dedicated to improving the quality of educational policies, practices, and leadership in Utah public schools and higher education and increasing educational access and opportunities for all children and adults in Utah, particularly for those who have been historically marginalized.
Educational Leadership and Policy
Dr. Sharon Aiken-Wisniewski
Work Environments and Labor Markets: Explaining Principal Turnover Gap Between Charter Schools and Traditional Public Schools
Drs. Min Sun and Yongmei Ni
Education, Culture and Society
Dr. Dolores Calderon
Dr. Karen A. Johnson
Urban Institute of Teacher Education
The Urban Institute for Teacher Education offers a wide variety of professional development opportunities to Utah area educators.
Supported by the Sorenson Legacy Foundation and in cooperation with the Elizabeth Academy, UITE created a website to aid educators in inclusive practices based on Montessori principles.