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Executive Functioning Part 2

Being Mindful When Teaching Executive...

In the second post of her three-part series, special education teacher Sarah Kesty continues to discuss executive functioning and critical skills teachers can mindfully address with students. Her final blog post of the series will make...

CUE Conference Sign

Post #CUE19 Reflections from a CUE-bie

It’s been roughly two weeks since #CUE19 and I have only JUST had time to revisit (and REALLY synthesize) my experience that was Spring CUE! When colleagues ask how my conference was, I tell them that it is one of the larger conferences...

Women's History Month

Resources That Inspire During Women’s...

This year marks the 100th anniversary of women receiving the right to vote, through the passing of the 19th amendment. To commemorate this monumental achievement in women’s history, NewseumED is offering free, online resources to help...

STEM Girls

Inspiring Girls to Study STEM

Despite some progress that’s been made in the last few years, it’s no secret that the STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and math) are still male dominated. While there are some legitimate concerns about discrimination and hostile...

Alan November Photo

Alan November to Present at #CUE19 on Media...

Author and international EdTech leader Alan November will take Palm Springs by storm later this week at this year’s annual Spring CUE Conference. The renowned educator turned author and international presenter will be showcasing his...

Eric Thomas

Meet Eric Thomas — Our #CUE19 Keynote...

CUE Educators, good morning!  I’m looking forward to meeting and, speaking with you all in just a few days and, in advance of our meeting, I wanted to share a little bit about myself and, maybe even more importantly, share with you my...