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Welcome to our UCET Newsletter! If you have teachers in your world that deserve to be highlighted, please email us or message us on Twitter @UCET.
UCET is excited to announce a new session format for the conference - UTedchats. UTedchats will be 10-15 minute TED-style talk about something awesome in Utah education. Our featured UTedchats cover many different facets of the educational landscape - from students, to coaches, to admin and directors, to the highest levels of state government. We are excited to learn from these wonderful presenters. Register today to attend: Early bird pricing ends Jan 31st.
The Portrait of a Graduate is meant to list aspirations that are not necessarily meant to be quantified and measured.
MAP stands for:
Mastery is the ability to demonstrate depth of knowledge and skill proficiency.
Autonomy is having the self-confidence and motivation to think and act independently.
Purpose guides life decisions, influences behavior, shapes goals, offers a sense of direction, and creates meaning.

Check out the Portrait of a Graduate and brainstorm ways you could use it in your classroom today!
Michael Hakkarinen is the PCBL Educational Specialist at USBE. PCBL moves instruction beyond information dissemination to a focus on transferable skills necessary for success in the modern world. Michael would be a great resource for anything edtech or PCBL related. If you don't follow Michael yet, you can follow his work on Twitter @EdTecHakk or on LinkedIn
PCBL + Tech in the Classroom is a self-paced course from UEN. This course is designed to help educators to understand Personalized Competency-Based Learning and which strategies may work for their classrooms. In this course, students will find the necessary links to get started with a variety of PCBL strategies, technologically-enabled classroom learning, Utah's history with PCBL, and how to develop PCBL in their classrooms.
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