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Fall CUE Speaker Showcase: Kim Harrison

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Have you ever spent 20 minutes looking for a file on your Drive? Have you ever forgotten how you named it, so there is no possible way to retrieve it? Have you ever resorted to searching your email for that file because you know you must have sent it to someone? Okay, maybe that’s just me, or maybe like me, you need some help. Kim Harrison has the intervention you need at Fall CUE. 

Kim is a Chief Technology Officer for the Folsom-Cordova USD with experience in leading professional development focused on using technology tools to engage students in meaningful and purposeful ways. She is also a board member of CUE and a long time supporter of bringing technology to teachers across California.

What session are you presenting at Fall CUE this year?

My Drive Ate my Files!

What inspired you to put this session together?

I’m a neat freak and while working with teachers and administrators and seeing their messy Drives and inability to find things drove me nuts! In an effort to make the world a better place, I put together this presentation to help others!

Why should someone attend?

You will want to attend because this session will be fun with lots of positive energy and a chance to receive hands-on time wrangling in those files. Walk away with a plan to get organized in order to increase your own productivity and efficiency.

What’s your CUE Story?

I joined CUE and attended my first conference in 1998. I started presenting at local conferences in 2001 and have become more involved with CUE since then – CapCUE Board, Fall CUE Planning Committee, and CUE Board.

To read more about this session and the other options for CUE’s incredible two-day conference, check out the schedule. Don’t forget to register for the conference, too! You DO NOT want to miss this year.

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Kristina Allison

Kristina Allison is currently teaching language arts and computer science at the middle school level. She holds a masters in educational technology, teaches as a Lead Learner for CUE and serves as a director on the CapCue board, the Sacramento area affiliate. Kristina is also a proud teacher consultant for the Area 3 Writing Project. Find her at http://figurativelyteaching.com