Making Maker Teachers

It’s not that teaching kids is easy. It’s not. Obviously. But teaching adults is a whole different kind of tricky. Beyond that, it’s different running sessions at conferences in front of people who, in theory, choose to come into your Continue Reading

#cuechat Spark- A Note About OneNote

The #CUEchat of November 14th was focused around Microsoft’s education tools and exciting and free lesson plan options for Office 360. It was moderated by Microsoft consultants Mallory Mack and Daphne Williams, who led participants in a tour of what Continue Reading

CUE Members Get Technology Masters Program Discount

CUE and Fresno Pacific University (FPU) have enjoyed a productive and educationally fulfilling partnership for some time, jointly granting the Innovative Educator Certificate and providing conference and workshop credits. FPU knows that CUE members value growing their professional development on their own, Continue Reading

Trapping Our Learning…Humanely

“You will design, build, test, revise, and complete a mostly-working prototype of a trap that will humanely catch a tree kangaroo. Ready…go.” I love giving directions that are clear, to the point, and deceptively simple. My fifth grade class had Continue Reading

Getting Animated With Google Slides and Screencastify

I’m going to go into some detail about the process my class used to animate our Google Slides, but I got all my information from Sam Patterson’s blog here. Follow Sam, he’s good people (plural, if you count the puppets). Truthfully, there’s a Continue Reading