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Alan November to Present at #CUE19 on Media...

Author and international EdTech leader Alan November will take Palm Springs by storm later this week at this year’s annual Spring CUE Conference. The renowned educator turned author and international presenter will be showcasing his...

Eric Thomas

Meet Eric Thomas — Our #CUE19 Keynote...

CUE Educators, good morning!  I’m looking forward to meeting and, speaking with you all in just a few days and, in advance of our meeting, I wanted to share a little bit about myself and, maybe even more importantly, share with you my...

Poster Sessions at CUE

Poster Sessions Expected to “Wow...

With Spring CUE a little less than a week away, attendees are gearing up, organizing their “Scheds”, and looking forward to California’s biggest EdTech conference of the year. With so many sessions and workshops to choose...

CUE Sleuth

Get Ready for the CUE Sleuth Adventure at...

Discover, investigate, and solve as you play CUE Sleuth, our online, self-directed #CUE19 Conference game – from keynote sessions and panels to affiliate meet-ups and power playgrounds. CUE Sleuth will encourage you to engage, learn, and...

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Open Educational Resources

Open Educational Resources, or OER, are educational resources that are legally available for public use. As educators, it can be difficult to find good, usable content that is free and not protected by copyright laws. The OER and OER Commons...

Podcasts in EDU

Teachers Use Podcasts to Teach Writing...

Although “audio blogging” has been around since the 1980s, podcasting – as we know it today – didn’t gain popularity and traction until 2004 when broadband internet and audio playback devices become more readily...

Formative

Formative & Google Classroom

It’s no secret that many schools know and love Google for Education. The capabilities of the apps, along with the research and solutions for teachers and students allow for seamless technology usage within the classroom. The popular learning...

Executive Functioning

Executive Functioning and the Role it Plays...

In the first post of her three-part series, special education teacher Sarah Kesty will discuss executive functioning and how it effects students in the classroom. Her following blog posts will address techniques and strategies to teach it and...

Inclusion for All – and Ideas for...

As we continue to highlight CUE educators who are catalysts for change, we look next to Christy Cook – a special education teacher from the Inland Empire who seeks to empower her students through inclusionary practices at her place of...