STEAMpunk Playground Makes Technology Accessible

  Finding technology online is easy, but where can teachers get opportunities to try the technology out first hand? CUE conference STEAMpunk Playground, that’s where.   The STEAMpunk Playground provides a wonderful opportunity for teachers to get hands-on experience with Continue Reading

Fall CUE Conference – We Will Be There!

Dear Fall CUE Attendees, Partners, Speakers, and Vendors, Northern California has been devastated by the ongoing fires. We know that educators and students have been affected and are in need. Several CUE members have lost their homes entirely. Some of 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

A Pedagogy Worth Noting

Common Core Math has rocked the world of educators, administrators, parents, and students, but Hollenbeck Middle School in Los Angeles has embraced student collaboration for the win! In this KPCC article, we get a chance to see the impact of culture Continue Reading

CUE Promotes Net Neutrality, Equitable Internet Access

CUE Promotes Net Neutrality, Equitable Internet Access – Advocacy Efforts Result in Passage of AJR 7 in CA State Legislature – Walnut Creek, Calif., September 22, 2017 Current Federal efforts to rescind or block regulations and funding that protect equity Continue Reading