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2023 UTAH CHARTER NETWORK SYMPOSIUM KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Julie Laub

Lean Think: Get More and Do Less with Julie Laub

Lean Think applies incremental, process-improvement ideologies to education. The driving question, “Does this add value?” emboldens educators to remove waste and sharpen processes. This program has been developed by Julie Laub, a seasoned teacher, and Lean Six Sigma Green Belt. She models the quality and efficiency of the Toyota Production System in the classroom to help K-12 faculty and administration learn how to increase student learning within contract time. Lean Think workshops at the USBE, Davis School District, and many schools have achieved measurable student improvement and increased teacher job satisfaction. Implementation of Lean Think allows educators to get more and do less.
Leave the session with strategies to more efficiently work within contract time and improve student learning.

Julie Laub teaches AP/CE chemistry at Davis High School and is an Adjunct Professor at Weber State University for CHEM 1110. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from the University of Utah and Master of Arts in Teaching Science from Western Governors University. She worked as an organic chemist and eventually laid down her career to raise 5 daughters. In 2011 Julie began teaching chemistry and has been voted teacher of the year multiple times. To enhance her teaching skills, Julie earned her Green Belt in Lean Six Sigma in 2017. In 2015 she created and began hosting Lean Think workshops for the Utah State Board of Education and Davis School District. She thrives while coaching teachers and administrators how to get more while doing less. Faith, family, and teaching are the joys of her life.

Jason Hewlett

Magnify your understanding and belief that each of us has greatness within and a capacity to elevate everything in our wake with Promise. From our schools to our communities to our families and loved ones.

Having delivered thousands of presentations over 2 decades, Jason Hewlett is the only speaker in the world teaching leadership in a hilarious performance of uncanny musical and comedy impressions.“The Promise” is a keynote speech that feels like a show, with proven processes and immediately implementable takeaways to transform your classroom and leadership skills. Jason is the author of the Facebook post entitled, “I Saw My Wife at Target Today”, which has been seen by more than 100 million people. A recent, and one of the youngest inductees in the prestigious Speaker Hall of Fame, his talks inspire leadership from the perspective of a Promise, while giving attendees an engaging, entertaining, and educational experience all in one.  

"Jason brought the house down! Hands down the best comedy/ motivational/ amazing experience. Our people loved it." - Ryan Lee

Glenn Dyke

M.Ed., BCBA, LBA Owner and CEO of Blind Mule Behavioral Services

Strategies for Improving academic endurance in a post-pandemic classroom

Glenn has well over 20 years of experience working in the public school setting as an elementary and secondary teacher, behavior specialist, school administrator,  education specialist and behavior consultant.  Glenn and the community at Blind Mule Behavioral Services specialize in providing technical assistance, coaching and professional development to schools and districts throughout the Mountain West (and beyond). Glenn specializes in school-wide discipline (PBIS/MTSS), classroom management and tiered behavioral support for even the most severe problem behaviors. Glenn Dyke earned his B.S. in Psychology from the University of Utah, has a Special Education Teaching Certification and an Administrative Supervisory license from Utah State University.  He received his Masters of Education at the University of Utah and is a Licensed and Board Certified Behavior Analyst.

Matthew Winters

UEN Senior Technology Trainer, Product Manager for Google

Reconnect with your passion as a teacher by connecting with other teachers and challenging your own learning.

Matthew Winters is passionate about applying student choice, personalized learning, and competency based learning through technology to all levels of education. He holds a Master's in Curriculum and Instruction and a Master's in English Language and Literature. He most recently worked as an Instructional Technology Coach, English Language Arts, yearbook, and creative writing teacher in Weber School District. He is passionate about developing students' technology literacy alongside curriculum through use of digital media production, digital art, podcasting, and AR/VR projects. He has presented around the world as a teacher including travel to many US states, Ireland, Turkey, and Japan.

Take a look back on PAST symposiums

The Utah Charter School is proud to provide school leaders and teachers professional development symposiums annually.

2021 symposium, "I'm a teacher...What's your superpower?"

Our 2021 Symposium was held in the Show Barn at Thanksgiving Point with Utah's First Lady, Abby Cox as our keynote speaker. With Chad Kerby, a national motivational speaker, Amy Chandler, CEO of My Hero Journey, Natalie Lewis, an international speaker and Cory Henwood, founder of Launch H.S.

2020 symposium, "A whole new world!"
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Our 2020 Symposium was our first ever online symposium. Due to the worldwide pandemic we were not able to be together in person but we had nearly 350 teachers and school leaders from around the state attend via Zoom!

2019 ucn symposium, "Social & emotional learning"

Our 2019 Symposium was held at the Grand America in SLC. We were thrilled to have Dr. Timothy Shriver and Governor Spencer Cox come to share their expertise on current social and emotional learning. "Our students need to know that we care before they can learn from us", was the theme of the day.

View Past Symposiums