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What to Expect When You’re...

We have a three-part series for you that will get you ready and willing to make #CUE18 the best CUE Conference you’ve ever attended. In this post, we have Parts 1 and 2 of our series to get you ready for all things related to the Spring...

#CUE18 Food Guide

Are you gearing up for Spring CUE? If so, check out this crowdsourced food guide created by Lisa Nowakowski (@NowaTechie ). #CUE18 Food Guide Check out favorite local spots, eateries, meet-ups and Affiliate meetings. Do you have something to...

CUE’s Golden Rule

CUE is a community of people. Humans. Mothers and fathers. Sons and daughters. Husbands, wives, and dear friends. Diverse backgrounds come together under shared passions and the result is pure EDUmagic. As the saying goes, “Treat others...

CoffeeEDU + CoffeeCUE at Spring CUE 2018

If you are coming to Spring CUE and you enjoy “talking shop,” make sure to stop by the CoffeeEDU hosted by Alice Keeler, poolside at the Renaissance. Get up early for awesome, unstructured conversation with like-minded educators. Educators who...

Corippo Named CUE’s Executive Director

Jon Corippo is CUE’s next Executive Director — leading the CUE Team into the next 40 years. CUE is pleased to announce that Jon Corippo will be CUE’s next Executive Director, effective immediately. The CUE Board of Directors spent six...

NEW TITLE for Jason Seliskar, CUE’s Director...

Seliskar named Director of Affiliate Engagement Jason Seliskar has been with CUE since August of 2017, working in the areas of social media, marketing, exhibitor engagement and growing relationships, sales and sponsorships. Jason has also...

CUE Announces Mary Kopp as Our New Senior...

The CUE Board is pleased to announce that long-time CUE consultant Mary Kopp is joining the CUE staff with the title of Senior Program Manager. For nearly half a decade, Mary has been working behind the scenes at CUE, doing incredibly important...

Top 10 Leadership Challenges for 2018

If you ask educators about the challenges they anticipate for 2018, you’re likely to get a range of perspectives. However, when those are honed to have technology as a consideration, the brainstormed issues aren’t that different from those...

Focus on 3D Modeling, Not 3D Printing!

3D printing is awesome. The once empty print bed coated with a thin veneer of hairspray or glue suddenly becomes our imagination physically realized. Over the years, the process of 3D printing has become increasingly affordable for schools, and...

How Do You Stir Curiosity in Your Classroom?

You know those moments in class when we have our students on the edge of their seats?  When engagement is palpable and their eyes are wide open?  You can hear a pin drop.  You can feel their excitement.  And you just know they are getting it...