#UTedChat Questions for 09/05 – Homecoming



Tonight’s #UTEdchat is hosted by Jared Covili (@covili). Jared is one an instructor and trainer with UEN Professional Development and has been an invaluable member of the Educational Technology world, especially here in Utah, for many years. He will be leading the first official #UTedChat of the 2018-19 school year with an excellent topic of Homecoming, and yes, plan for sharing some of your awesome homecoming pics from high school and possibly even college. Prepare for some great discussion and a lot of fun tonight. 

If you haven’t already followed Jared via Twitter (@covili) you should probably do so because it will help you to better follow the chat. 

As always, please be sure to include #UTedChat in your responses so everyone participating can see your thoughts and ideas.

Q1 Traditions:  Homecoming is a time to honor the traditions of the past while trying to make new memories with today’s students.  Share a tradition from the beginning of the school year from your classroom or school. What makes it successful?

Q2 Alumni: What are some ways you try to involve former students or community partners in your classroom/school? 

Q3 The “Game”:   Whether or not you’re into sports,  they are a huge way to build community in our schools.  What are some ways you use sports or games to build community with your students and parents? 

Q4 Royalty:  While not everyone can be homecoming king or queen, what are some of the ways you try to make every student in your classroom or school feel valued?  Why is this so important? 

Q5 School Song:  Music is a powerful tool that can take us back to our school days. How do/can you use music in your classroom to help create learning moments?

Extra Credit Q6 – What song was most popular at your homecoming dance?  Which song would best represent your school year so far?

Jared Covili, CETL, is an instructor and trainer for UEN Professional Development. He has worked with educators all over the beautiful state of Utah and loves what he does. He is a past president for UCET and is currently serving on the UCET Board as the ISTE Representative. Jared is a loyal University of Utah fan and loves to support the U!

You can follow Jared via Twitter at @covili.

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Cody Plumhof

Cody is the web developer, Communications Coordinator and media production center director for the Washington County School District. He has served on the UCET Board since 2012 as the WCSD representative and web developer for the organization.

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