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Remembering Sir Ken Robinson

Remembering Sir Ken Robinson

Sir Ken Robinson was a creative force for education and has had a tremendous impact on the work of CUE, its members, and leadership. In 2013, he stood on the keynote stage at CUE’s spring conference and called for a revolution in education. CUE’s members and educators...Read more ›
Shifts in Teacher PD to Meet Needs of a Changing Reality

Shifts in Teacher PD to Meet Needs of a Changing Reality

While it is officially summer for most teachers at this point and we should be relaxing and celebrating the fact that we got through this school year, many of us remain anxious about the uncertainty of the coming school year. School districts across the country are...Read more ›
Making Podcasting Accessible with Descript

Making Podcasting Accessible with Descript

A while ago, I published an e-book, “An Educator’s Guide to Podcasting Beyond the Classroom”, and it’s been really successful–it’s been downloaded over 1,000 times already! 😮However, I’ve been thinking more about podcasting and the medium in general. After...Read more ›
CUE Board Member Spotlight: Lucio Padilla Jr.

CUE Board Member Spotlight: Lucio Padilla Jr.

Lucio Padilla Jr. has spent the last 19 years bringing innovation, EdTech, and CUE to the Imperial Valley in Southern California. Padilla first became acquainted with CUE when he and several of his colleagues attended the Fall CUE Conference in 2001. He – along...Read more ›
Take a Flipgrid 5: Accessibility Done Quick

Take a Flipgrid 5: Accessibility Done Quick

In our ongoing series to make differentiation more “bite-sized,” I thought I would take a moment to briefly describe one of my latest attempts in my classroom to make learning more accessible. I call it… “Take a Flipgrid 5.” But first: If you’re not familiar...Read more ›
Tips for Implementing Blended Learning

Tips for Implementing Blended Learning

For many California districts, it is looking like students, teachers and administrators will be out of school for the rest of the school year. Despite not being able to return to the classroom, the learning will continue at home and virtually through the end of May...Read more ›