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The Problem With Expecting Student Access

I’ve lived in California all my life, from Southern California to the Central Coast to the Sierra Nevada foothills. Urban and suburban California: the home of Silicon Valley. Birthplace of Apple, Facebook, and everyone’s favorite edtech company, Google. Rural California provides an astonishing amount of food for the United States. Did you know that if […] Read More

Bring Parents Into Class Virtually With Video

I am the opposite of the helicopter parent. I am an Artillery Parent. I get my kids up in the morning, and pack them lunch. I load them in the cannon, shoot them at school, wave at them as they go swooooshing by, and hope they land softly. I assume they’ll find their way home […] Read More

Keeping Pace Report 2015

Keeping Pace 2015 report is now available online The Keeping Pace report was developed as an important guiding document for schools around the world. Since 2004 it has examined the status and provided an overview of the policies, practices, and trends of online education across the country. CUE CEO Mike Lawrence, as well as CUE […] Read More

Engaging Kids with a Digital Video Quilt

For too long video production has been trapped in exclusive media clubs, when it offers perhaps the greatest opportunity to enrapture students across learning styles, curriculum and age levels. In this video entry I discuss the concept of the Digital Video Quilt and how it can be used across grades and curricula to not only […] Read More

What is Your Educational Moonshot?

Part 2 of 4 in a series of Stephen Davis’ Guest Blog Posts By CUE Member and 2014 Online Summit Keynote Esther Wojcicki Time is a Not a Four-Letter Word The main thing teachers constantly lack is time. My new book, Moonshots in Education: Launching Blended Learning in the Classroom addresses just that: how to manage the […] Read More

Creating Engaging Professional Development- Flipped-Style

By CUE Member Laura Conley @lconley86 When you think of professional development, does engaging come to mind? In the past, it hasn’t for me but creating engaging professional development is exactly my goal with Flipped-PD! I know it sounds very ambitious, but change requires ambition and sometimes a leap of faith! It’s A Need While […] Read More

Flipped Learning – Part 6: Social Studies Class

By CUE Member and Guest Blogger Tom Driscoll This Post Will Focus on Flipping the Social Studies Classroom- Post 6 in Our 6-Part Series Although Flipped Learning is most prevalent in math and science courses, adoption by educators teaching the arts and humanities is on the rise. In the three years that I have been […] Read More

eLearning Strategies Symposium: Early-Bird Deadline Extended to Oct. 22

By CLRN's Brian Bridges and CUE 's Mike Lawrence, both CUE Members, natch... By popular demand, the eLearning Strategies Symposium (eSS) has extended the Early-Bird Registration rate until October 22, 2013. Individual registrations are currently $159 and groups of two or more may register for $149 each. After November 1st, individual registration rises to $199 and […] Read More

Flipped Learning – Part 5: Flip Your English Class!

By CUE Member and Guest Blogger Troy Cockrum This Post Will Focus on Flipping Learning in the English Classroom- Post 5 in Our 6-Part Series I usually describe my flipped learning English classroom as sloppy.  I like to say it is the writing process in action.  I go in with somewhat of a plan, but my […] Read More

Flipped Teaching in the Science Class: Strategies Part 4 in Our Series on Flipped Learning

By CUE Member and guest blogger Melissa Hero This Post Will Focus on Flipping the Science Classroom- Post 4 in Our 6-Part Series My first introduction to flipped teaching was at the East Bay CUE Cool Tools Conference. I attended a workshop led by Ramsey Musallam and learned how his chemistry students “Explore, Flip, and […] Read More