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Something Weird This Way Comes (to the CUE...

Welcome to the new incarnation of the CUE Blog. My name is Doug Robertson, and I’ll be the CUE Blog’s Supreme Mugwump, Grand Poobah, and Cat in the Hat.* The CUE Blog will be home to a diverse and interesting collection of writers covering...

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CUE Provides Input on the Future of Future...

by Mike Lawrence, CUE CEO The Future Ready effort, representing more than 2,000 Superintendents and almost 14 million students nationwide, recently welcomed CUE’s CEO Mike Lawrence, Director of Academic Innovation Jon Corippo, CUE Board...

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FOUR FREE Future Ready Events this Summer!

CUE is a coalition partner for the Future Ready Initiative and wanted to make sure all were aware of several outstanding (and FREE!) opportunities for the top-level leaders of districts. JUNE 24: ONLINE We invite you to join us for the annual...

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Why Do We Need Teacher Librarians?

…. Here’s Why: Part 4 of 4 in a series by CUE guest blog editor Jane Lofton As a teacher librarian, I was, of course, attracted by the headline of Mike Niehoff’s article in the Winter 2014 onCUE,  “ From Stacks to Macs: The Next...

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Selecting Quality Research Sources for the...

Part 3 of 4 in a series By CUE guest blog editor Jane Lofton – by Tasha Bergson-Michelson When we consider information quality — teaching students to find and use credible information — educators often feel they must take sides with...

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How Can We Best Support Our Teachers...

Part 2 of 4 in a series By CUE guest blog editor Jane Lofton – Mark Archon The arrival of the new California Standards has truly transformed the landscape of education in California as schools make substantial changes to create learning...

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CSLA Information Literacy Summit at CUE 2015

Part 1 of 4 in a series By CUE guest blog editor Jane Lofton While so many concepts have transformed meaning with the advent of the information age, this 1989 statement from the American Library Association Presidential Committee on Information...

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Meet CUE Blog Guest Editor, Jane Lofton

CUE Guest Blog Editors We have reached out to several leaders from within our community and asked them to bring their perspective to the CUE Blog. Over several months, they’ll be inviting contributors and adding their own special spin to our...

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How Does Twitter Impact New Teachers?

Part 5 of 5 in a series By CUE guest blog editor Doug Robertson I worry that Twitter can be bad for new teachers.  Twitter is a barrage of information, often good, more often conflicting, even more often amplified to the point of deafening...

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You’ve Gotta Hand It To Them – Using...

Part 4 of 5 in a series by CUE guest blog editor Doug Robertson We have all been there, your students are totally unmotivated to learn and you have tried all the tricks in your secret teacher toolbox to make them engaged. Then, your district or...