Catching Up After Fall CUE – An Alludo Learning Perspective

We’re back this week from what was another exciting, engaging Fall CUE conference! Whether you participated in-person or joined from afar, we were honored to be a part of this event that encourages all to LEARN, INSPIRE, and INNOVATE! This 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

A 1:1 Journey Pt 2- Sliding Into Routines

This post is part two of an ongoing series where fifth-grade teacher and blog editor Doug Robertson reflects on his class’s first year with 1:1 technology. Read part one here. I turned to my student teacher. “That took way too Continue Reading

Becoming an Edtech Iron Chef – Featuring the Voice of @SGVCUE

Iron Chef lessons are simple, quick, and help students reach the 4Cs (Communication, Collaboration, Creativity, and Critical Thinking) while letting teachers assess student learning. Here’s a breakdown of Iron Chef. Like the game show: Time is of the essence; presentation and flavor Continue Reading

Next Gen Professional Development pt 2- Upskilling

When I was about 14 years old, in the late 1970s, my parents opened a small ski shop. As part of the process, they allowed me to become a “certified technician” for the ski bindings. It was a real thing Continue Reading