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OnCUE Chats with Michael Vollmert

OnCUE Chats with Michael Vollmert

Gold Disks are CUE’s oldest recognition program. A Gold Disk is a recognition of the recipient’s contributions to CUE and to technology in learning. What does it mean to be a Gold Disk Award winner? Find out from one in the following interview. What does...Read more ›
TLC Ninja Coffee Bean Featuring Ashley Cooper

TLC Ninja Coffee Bean Featuring Ashley Cooper

Begin the new year by having lunch with Ashley Cooper. She was featured in Episode 42 of TLC Ninja. Her schools wants to make sure that all students feel included and welcome. They make sure no one eats alone.Read more ›
The Inaccessibility of Making, Tinkering & Coding — Part 2

The Inaccessibility of Making, Tinkering & Coding — Part 2

Gamified Coding…Still Not Enough Braeden has done “hour of code” for the past two years at school and aside from “coding minecraft” which he found kind of trivial compared to actual minecraft, it just wasn’t his thing. I even bought a BB8 sphero, which he had no...Read more ›
Teachers in Space

Teachers in Space

Right now, NASA is celebrating a Year of Education on the International Space Station (ISS), and two of the astronauts are former teachers. As part of this celebration, NASA has made available several STEM activities related to the ISS and its role in helping us reach...Read more ›
The Inaccessibility of Making, Tinkering & Coding — Part 1

The Inaccessibility of Making, Tinkering & Coding — Part 1

The inaccessibility of learning “how computing works” & applying that learning in unique ways is real…especially when we view it as something only done in “that geeky teacher’s classroom,” the designated makerspace or worse…gifted only. I live 2.5 hours away...Read more ›