Professional Development

Professional Development for Teachers!

USOE offers a variety of courses every summer, and throughout the school year. In addition to what the USOE offers, great opportunities for teachers, often inexpensive or free of charge, are available.  Check OnTrack for current listings by searching for course names or topics.

Tanner Humanities Center
How about three credit hours of graduate-level coursework for $30? Offers Gateway to Learning Workshops for Educators.

Hinckley Institute of Politics
Offers many great opportunities for teachers including their annual Huntsman Seminar.

An institute that explores the role of the Supreme Court and helps you learn about cases, develop lessons about the Supreme Court, and meet with key players in the confirmation process for Justices.


The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
Supports the study and love of American history through a wide range of programs and resources for students, teachers, scholars, and history enthusiasts throughout the nation.

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Teacher Fellowship Program
Is developing a national corps of skilled secondary school educators who serve as leaders in Holocaust education.

Support Curriculum for the Anne Frank Exhibit
Internet resources for teaching the Holocaust.

Bill of Rights Institute
Study landmark sites.

Uintah Basin Teaching American History Grant

Tooele School District Teaching American History Grant