CVES is a K-5 elementary school located in southern Utah. The school has a STEM focus, being awarded a STEM platinum designation award from the state of Utah. With a major focus on using technology to enhance the instruction. The school has largely led the blended-learning movement in Southern Utah at the elementary school level. It has a strong belief that technology engages students in a way that improves their academic achievement. Students are very hands-on learners as our school motto; explore, create, discover are words and concepts that we try to implement into every lesson that we teach.
Many of the students I teach are advanced and have been identified as high ability learners and have unique learning styles.
These learning styles make it essential that I incorporate as many different learning styles and engagement activities into my lessons as possible. It is essential that I am on the cutting edge of technology as well as latest teaching strategies to meet their learning needs.
Through learning the most effective and latest teaching strategies, I will be able to increase the effectiveness and engagement level of my future students. One the greatest resources we have as teachers is to change the students FEEL about education. If we can increase the engagement level of our students learning we can change how they feel about learning forever.
As a participant in the conference, I will ensure that the latest strategies will help me set the stage to engage!
This conference not only has the most effective educators from around the globe, but original ideas I hope to implement in my classroom.
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