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CUE’s Golden Rule

CUE’s Golden Rule

CUE is a community of people. Humans. Mothers and fathers. Sons and daughters. Husbands, wives, and dear friends. Diverse backgrounds come together under shared passions and the result is pure EDUmagic. As the saying goes, “Treat others as you would have them...Read more ›

CUE-d Up with Sarah Thomas — Featuring Eric Hayes

There’s Something About Eric… Eric Hayes is an international school educator with over 12 years of teaching experience. During this time, he has worked in a variety of roles as a classroom teacher, special education teacher, and a migrant student advocate. He...Read more ›
CUE Advocates for All of Us

CUE Advocates for All of Us

Why CUE Legislative Advocacy? Because everyday students walk across busy intersections and freeway overpasses to gain access to the business and libraries that provide the free wifi connection they need in order to complete their online homework, which is becoming a...Read more ›
The Power Of Can’t

The Power Of Can’t

  Words have power…we know this…we say this, but let us really think about this. There has been one word that I have been hearing a lot of lately- the word is “can’t”. It seems as though I am hearing this word, now more than ever....Read more ›

CUE-D up with Sarah Thomas — Featuring Lisa Highfill

There’s Something About Lisa… Lisa Highfill is an instructional technology coach in the San Francisco Bay Area. She earned her masters in educational technology leadership and has been a classroom teacher for more than twenty years. As a MERIT fellow, Google...Read more ›
The Importance Of Feedback

The Importance Of Feedback

One of my roles as Director of Educational Technology for the Roseville City School District is to lead changes with grading and support teachers with their grade books. One thing that keeps coming up in my learning is the importance of feedback.  There are some areas...Read more ›