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Welcome to Uintah Basin-Teaching American History
Online
Resources Website!!!  


Free Constitution Celebration Kit for UB-TAH Teachers!!





Audio and Video Lectures Collection
IMPORTANT: In order to receive Professional Development
points you must first contact us

"Using Three-dimensional Maps with K-12 Students"
Sample Picture of the Uinta Mountains
pdf.file sample
FREE Professional Development Event (On-site)
TBA


New Classroom Building, Computer Lab Room # 134
(In front of USU Library, 987 E. Lagoon St., Roosevelt, Utah) Map
Utah State University Uintah Basin
Registration

"Using Satellite Maps with K-12 Students"
Sample Picture of Roosevelt, Utah
TBA On-Site Professional Development
TBA
FREE Professional Development Event
New Classroom Building, Computer Lab Room # 134
(In front of USU Library, 987 E. Lagoon St., Roosevelt, Utah) Map
Utah State University Uintah Basin
Registration


Audio and Video Lectures Collection
IMPORTANT: In order to receive Professional Development
points you must first contact us

Past Professional Development Events

UB-TAH Summer Fieldtrip
July 14-19, 2008

Uintah and Duchesne Teachers Conference
Social Studies (U.S. History and Utah Studies)
August, 2008 (TBA)
Utah State University, Uintah Basin

UB-TAH Local Summer Fieldtrip
Visiting
Local Historical Markers and
Learning about
Local History
June 12, 2008

Reading Materials
 

"Using 3-D Maps with K-12 Students"
USU Uintah Basin
Computer Lab # 134
Thursday, April 24, 2008
7:00 AM to 8:15 PM

"Using 3-D Maps withK-12 Students"
USU Uintah Basin
Computer Lab # 134
Thursday, March 20, 2008
7:00 PM to 8:15 PM

NCHE Conference in Louisville, KY
April 3-5, 2008

Field Trip to Sandy, Utah: Saturday Seminar
Devoted to Promoting Civic Engagement
in Utah Students

Mt. Jordan Middle School
9400 S. 300 E., Sandy Utah

Saturday, March 15, 2008
8:00 AM to 2:45 PM

Fieldtrip to the Utah Capitol and
Tour in the Ogden Union Station Museum

January 18, 2008

Dialogue for Democracy
October 30, 2007
 
Chief Justice Christine M. Durham of the Utah Supreme Court and
Lee Hamilton, President and Director of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

Salt Lake Palace, SLC, UT

Field Trip to Sandy, Utah
USOE "Saturday Seminar"
Mt. Jordan Middle School

9400 S. 300 E., Sandy Utah
Saturday, November 3, 2007
8:30 AM - 11:45PM

Nine Mile Canyon Fieldtrip
Saturday, October 13, 2007

Constitution Day
September 17, 2007

The 55th Annual Utah State History Conference 
September 6-8, 2007
Salt Lake City Public Library.

UB-TAH Summer Institute:
Wednesday and Thursday, August 8-9, 2007
Topic: American Indian Experience and U.S. History

Ute Tribe Education Department

UB-TAH Summer Institute 2007:
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, July 18-20, 2007
Local Historical Markers Exhibition
USU Uintah Basin

Topic: U.S. History

Topic: "Remembering Pearl Harbor" 
Presented by Mike Rose, A Survivor of Pearl Harbor
Picture 1, Picture 2

Topic: "I was a Prisoner of War"
Presented by: Charles Thompsen
Picture 1, Picture 2

"How to Conduct Oral History Interviews"
Presenter: Sam Passey, Regional History Center Director
Map

June 20- 21, 2007
Curriculum Development Lesson Plan

UB-TAH Teacher's Summer Institute Field Trip 2007
June 11- 16, 2007
(6 Days and 5 Nights)
The Best Learning Experience in
Central and Southern Utah, Northern Arizona, Northern New Mexico, and Southern Colorado

UB-TAH Professional Development Event
Field Trip to Sandy, Utah (Free Transportation)
USOE "Saturday Seminar"
Mt. Jordan Middle School

9400 S. 300 E., Sandy Utah
Saturday, March 10, 2007
 

Lectures on American Indian History and Culture
"The present Effect of History on Teaching and Learning
with Native Students"
Dr. John J. Peregoy
Friday, December 15, 2006
Ute Tribe Department
988 S. 7500 E., Fort Duchesne, UT 84026
Map

UB-TAH Professional Development Event
"Modeled UbD unit on the Civil War"
FREE Professional Development Event
Saturday, February 10, 2006
10:00 AM- 3:00PM
Presenter: Judy Jackman
Mrs. Jackman has 22 years of teaching experience
Three times "Teacher of the Year" from local schools
Educator of the Year - Jordan District Foundation
in 2000
Huntsman Educator of the Year in 2000

USU Uintah Basin, Roosevelt, Utah
During first 30 minutes we will show you the
UB-TAH Online Tools available in our website.

Map

Lectures on History: "What is History?"
"Technology - Teaching Aid or Crutch?"
by John Barton, Senior Lecturer
USU Uintah Basin

"Dialogue for Democracy," University of Utah
Salt Lake City Utah
November 14 - 15, 2006

"Using 3-D Maps withK-12 Students
USU Uintah Basin

"Using Satellite Maps with K-12 Students"
USU Uintah Basin

Enjoy your visit, and please, let us know how we can better support you as teacher and your students.

If you are interested in participating in the Uintah Basin Teaching American
History Project (UB-TAH),
please contact us or call us (435) 722-1736


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DEC. 25, 1492


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