The Premiere Lesson Design Event for the West Coast

Sage Creek High School | May 4-5, 2019

Premium Members pay only $99

Complimentary Members pay $129

Regular Price $149

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1:1 Lesson Planning

Over 40 Selections

Affordable Classroom Makeovers

Live Demos

See Popular Classroom Software
CUE’s second BOLD Symposium will take teachers, administrators, and district leaders on a deep dive into the world of blended and online lesson design.This event will challenge all educators to meet and lead their students in the 21st century with a focus on the symbiotic relationship of learning environment design, digital learning systems, and rethinking traditional lesson design as the essential components to launching a personalized 1:1 learning environment.

Featured SpeakerS

Jonathan Nalder

Bio:

Jonathan Nalder is an Educator of 18 years whose mission has been to help learners and teachers successfully transition to working digitally. He recently founded the FutureWe.org community to supercharge this mission and help learners know how to be ready for a successful future no matter what comes. With help from now 300+ members in 17 countries, he has created and deployed solutions such as the bit.ly/futureassess mapping tool, ‘Make XR’ lessons (AR, VR, 3D), and FirstonMars.net futures scenario across Australia and internationally to ensure everyone can thrive no matter what the future brings. Jonathan is convinced that education, digital learning and futures thinking has the potential to transform lives, and as a current ICT Trainer at St Peters Lutheran College, Apple Distinguished Educator, COSN Advisor, CoSpaces Edu Ambassador, ASU Shaping Edu Ambassador, and Gen In Student Innovation Challenge board member, he actively works to make this real and help learners shift their thinking to embrace the coming fully digital and automated era.

Kristina Ishmael

Bio:

Kristina Ishmael is the Senior Project Manager of the Learning Technologies Project at New America where she supports states, districts, and educators rethinking the role of instructional materials to create deeper learning opportunities for students. Previously, she was the K-12 Open Education Fellow at the Office of Educational Technology, where she developed and grew the #GoOpen movement. Kristina was a teacher to high risk elementary ELL students in Omaha, Nebraska. Kristina is passionate about changing teaching and learning to provide equitable access and opportunities to all learners.

2019 Lesson Builder’s Fair Strand

1:1 Lesson Design by Top Educators


Inspired remixes, based on the Madeline Hunter Lesson Design model in project based, 1:1 and open-ended lesson design. These model lessons blend the best of disciplined lesson design with the most modern of pedagogies.


Lesson Builder’s Panel Sessions to solve your 1:1 Lesson Design Issues

2019 BOLD CLASSROOM STRAND


See TWO real classrooms fully made-over with new white walls, audio, video, and classroom furniture.


If your district is contemplating classroom remodeling this strand is for you! See affordable, student-centric redesign of two classrooms & sample lessons using the classroom elements in context.

BOLD Classroom Designers

Bill Selak

Bill Selak is the Director of Technology at Hillbrook School in Los Gatos, California. He believes that mobile devices compel you to individualize, and is curious how teaching and learning shapes a classroom. He is an Apple Distinguished Educator, ISTE Kay L. Bitter Vision Award recipient, ISTE Emerging Leader, and a Google Certified Innovator. Bill is currently obsessed with sharing his professional learning on Snapchat.

Rebecca Hare

After a decade in Italy as a design consultant and creative director, Rebecca Louise Hare became fascinated with education. The young designers she hired, she found, struggled with problem-solving and critical thinking. She returned to the U.S. to study education and built on her BFA in Industrial Design from The European Design Institute in Milan, Italy with a M.A.T. in Art from Fontbonne University, St. Louis. Her Master’s thesis focused on Design Thinking and evaluating and enhancing creativity through the study of design and art. Now, Rebecca is an art and design teacher with Clayton Public Schools in St. Louis. She’s also a learning space designer and co-author of the book: The Space: A Guide for Educators. Rebecca has also taught art and innovation, science, Design Thinking and architecture. She has worked with a number of schools to collaboratively design learning spaces and experiences that enhance student learning, agency and making thinking visible.

International Exhibitors

For more information, contact:

Matt Harris at matt@mattharrisedd.com

2019 Classroom Simulator


Educational Leaders can see top educational products in action as student and teacher, in hands-on sessions.

Vendor representatives will be on-site to answer your questions.

Two Sessions (focus group format or product panels)

Classroom Teacher lead sessions (recommended)

Pre and Post Recognition Email to 23k+ Members

5 Complimentary Registrations

A pre-event article at OnCUE.org

Logo on event website and materials

CUE BOLD 2017 Reflections:

“This felt less like a tech conference and more of a teaching and learning conference. This was awesome. It seemed like there were more conversations about what makes great teaching great compared to what makes a good edtech application or website. There was a great balance between classroom design, lesson design, and the integration of technology. This weekend truly modeled what 21st century education looks like.”

Nicholas Zefeldt

Coordinator, Instructional Technology, Contra Costa County Office of Education

– 2017 BOLD Symposium Attendee – 

“In the end, as we try to make sense of the tech-infused classroom, we have to keep one important point in mind. We can’t keep teaching the same old way and just plug technology in. We have to change the way that we teach. And sometimes, a new twist on an old idea can give us the spark of inspiration that we need.” Via – ditchthattextbook.com

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Matt Miller

Author of Ditch That TextBook

By far, in the 10 years that I’ve been slingin’ PD, BOLD has been the best experience I’ve ever had, as a presenter and participant. Being with this group has not only helped me grow professionally, gaining new knowledge and seeing examples of how to elevate my PD game, but also for my own classroom.

Trisha Sanchez

 7th/8th grade technology teacher in Northern California

– 2017 CUE BOLD Faculty –

CUE’s second BOLD Symposium

Teachers, administrators, and district leaders will take a deep dive into the world of blended and online lesson design.This event will challenge all educators to meet and lead their students in the 21st century with a focus on the symbiotic relationship of learning environment design, digital learning systems, and rethinking traditional lesson design as the essential components to launching a personalized 1:1 learning environment.

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Lesson Builder's Fair

Attend over 40 Selections!

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BOLD Classrooms

See TWO real classrooms fully made-over!

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Classroom Simulator

See top educational products in action!

For event information, contact CUE BOLD Director Lindsey Blass BOLD@CUE.org

THANK YOU 2019 PARTNERS & SPONSORS