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An Experiment in Flexible Seating – Summer Edition

An Experiment in Flexible Seating – Summer Edition

There’s been a lot of talk about classroom design lately and more specifically, how classroom design ultimately affects student learning. Rebecca Hare recently wrote a blog post for OnCUE about learning spaces and even showcased a redesigned classroom at CUE...Read more ›
Students Create Yearbooks Using Google Slides for #CUE19

Students Create Yearbooks Using Google Slides for #CUE19

In August 2014, our district office asked students to create their yearbook and send it to them to print. The goal – save students money. Thirty-five to one hundred dollars for a memory book from a yearbook company was a lot of money; $10-$50 was a much better...Read more ›
Students Grow with Formative Assessment

Students Grow with Formative Assessment

Formative assessment is the ongoing process of evaluating student learning. Unlike it’s formalized, standardized testing counterpart, formative assessments are not used for grading but are focused on providing students opportunities to monitor their own learning...Read more ›
Learning Spaces That Inspire and Innovate

Learning Spaces That Inspire and Innovate

When thinking about designing a new learning space, or making updates, changes or tweaks to an existing one, most educators pick up a catalog or start a pinterest board and their minds begin swimming through flexible seating options and fun shaped tables and desks....Read more ›
Jonathan Nalder Goes BOLD

Jonathan Nalder Goes BOLD

CUE’s 2nd annual BOLD (Blended and Online Lesson Design) Symposium is set for May 4th-5th at Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA. Of the many talented educators who will be presenting and showcasing at BOLD, Jonathan Nalder is set to take the stage as one of...Read more ›
Artificial Intelligence That Hopes to Empower Learners

Artificial Intelligence That Hopes to Empower Learners

It was only about 35 years ago that artificial intelligence (AI) and “thinking machines” were fodder for Arnold Schwarzenegger films. Now it seems AI is making its way into the classrooms of today. In an article published for EdSurge, writer Danielle...Read more ›