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Tag - Education Technology

It’s Not 7 Steps – A BOLD Review...

  CUE Social Media Champion Cori Orlando recently had a chance to sit down with Rob Hunter, educator, school administrator and, son of the legendary Madeline Hunter. He had some very interesting thoughts about the way his mother’s...

TLC Ninja: Dale Plotzki and Edpins

Dale Plotzki shares how he is using Google Maps to connect teachers and classrooms through #edpins. Find Dale online on Twitter at @dale_rickardo. Learn more about Edpins and sign up on his website at www.edpins.org

Quick Tips and Time Savers – Episode...

In this episode, we started to talk all about what it means to be a connected educator. We then shared several tips and tricks to save time and relieve headaches. Kristina Mattis’ photo: Book: What Connected Educators Do Differently Be the next...

The Rise and Fall of Educational Technology...

Over the past 40 years in California, there was a major increase, and then a recent and sudden decline, in support for educational technology. In preparing information for the 40th Anniversary of CUE (Computer Using Educators) and to document...

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Students Teaching Teachers

I first brought my students along to present at the Kern CUE Tech Fest in 2014 and attracted about 20 participants. My presentation team consisted of 7 students classified as Tier 2 or Tier 3 behavior intervention students. I had a few of my...

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Social Justice Virtual Book Club —...

Are you interested in connecting your high school students with other learners to discuss relevant issues? Teacher Librarian Katie J. McNamara (the founder of #CALibChat) is organizing a virtual book club centered on social justice issues. The...

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Future Shifts

“We are getting kids ready for jobs that do not exist” has been a mantra of frustration that has been bandied about the educational ecosystem for far more than the last several years.  A mantra that I believe to not only be wrong focused, but...

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Walking Your Why

“Why do you care?” –  Just four words. Pretty simple question. But it captured all of my thoughts one day. This question was posed after I vented to a friend. I shared some frustration about what I call “running on the...