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eLearning Strategies Symposium: Early-Bird...

By CLRN’s Brian Bridges and CUE ‘s Mike Lawrence, both CUE Members, natch… By popular demand, the eLearning Strategies Symposium (eSS) has extended the Early-Bird Registration rate until October 22, 2013. Individual...

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Announcing the #EduWin Awards

By CUE  Member and CEO Mike Lawrence On behalf of CUE, I just finished making an exciting announcement with EdReach. Special thanks to the CUE Communications Committee members Bill Selak and Elizabeth Calhoon for taking this exciting project on...

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Flipped Learning – Part 5: Flip Your...

By CUE Member and Guest Blogger Troy Cockrum This Post Will Focus on Flipping Learning in the English Classroom- Post 5 in Our 6-Part Series I usually describe my flipped learning English classroom as sloppy.  I like to say it is the writing...

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Flipped Teaching in the Science Class:...

By CUE Member and guest blogger Melissa Hero This Post Will Focus on Flipping the Science Classroom- Post 4 in Our 6-Part Series My first introduction to flipped teaching was at the East Bay CUE Cool Tools Conference. I attended a workshop led...

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Flipped Learning: So You Want to Flip Your...

By CUE Member and guest blogger Crystal Kirch This Post Will Focus on Flipping the Math Classroom- Post 3 in Our 6-Part Series Flipped Learning: Have you heard of this trend?  Most commonly referred to as a flipped class, it enables teachers to...

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Words of Wisdom: An Introduction to the...

By CUE Member and guest blogger John Stevens This Post Will Focus on Tips for Flipping Your Class- Post 2 in Our 6-Part Series Let’s get down to the nitty gritty here.  There are so many variables in play with the flipped classroom, and this is...

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It’s About Time: An Introduction to...

By CUE Member and Guest Blogger John Stevens This Post Will Focus on Introducing Flipped Learning- Post 1 in Our 6-Part Series So you’re ready to try the flipped classroom, eh?  You’ve heard all the buzz, seen its positive side effects...

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G+ The Next Frontier: Part 4 in Our Series...

By CUE  Member and Guest Blogger Karl Lindgren-Streicher So, now that you’ve read about how to establish Personal Learning Networks with David Theriault, you went out and interacted – shared what you knew, asked questions, and found and...

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Twitter is a Teacher Superpower! Part 3 of...

By CUE guest blogger Jo-Ann Fox Twitter has become a powerful place for educators to collaborate and to build a strong Personal Learning Network (PLN). Social media has redefined how teachers connect and collaborate with each other. At one time...

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To Blog or Not To Blog Is No Longer a...

By CUE Member and guest blogger Jennifer Wagner As many of us begin our new school year, our plates are already full- piled high with things we already know we can’t get done: new students to get to know, new standards (for many), perhaps...