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CUE-d Up With Sarah Thomas- Featuring Stephanie Filardo

CUE-d Up With Sarah Thomas- Featuring Stephanie Filardo

There’s Something About Stephanie… Stephanie Filardo is a Google Certified Educator, Trainer, and Innovator, Nearpod Author, and frequent conference presenter currently teaching technology/computer science classes at St. John Vianney High School in St. Louis,...Read more ›
Simple and Significant Changes

Simple and Significant Changes

In 2018, we are no longer bound to brick and mortar schools, desks in rows, textbooks, or traditions of yesteryear. Instead, we have a unique opportunity to change teaching and learning. So often I’m asked what this looks like. And I generally counter with another...Read more ›
The Story Behind “C.A.S.A.: An Education Revolution”

The Story Behind “C.A.S.A.: An Education Revolution”

C.A.S.A.: An Education Revolution is a feature-length documentary about an internationally recognized middle school celebrated for its innovation and education of the whole child. Cornerstone Academy for Social Action Middle School (“CASA”) was founded in...Read more ›
“Up, Up, Up and Away” — One BIG Idea!

“Up, Up, Up and Away” — One BIG Idea!

I am a middle school educator at Gratton School in the heart of California’s Central Valley. Gratton is a rural K-8 school and the only school in Gratton School District. Our motto says that we are “a small school making a big difference,” and we are just that. One of...Read more ›
Inspiring the Future

Inspiring the Future

Inspiring the future. This is what we do! This is why we are educators. We are on the ground floor of everything that will be amazing about the future. Inspiring the future comes with incredible responsibility. It comes with the responsibility to grow as a...Read more ›
Arthur Luehrmann — A True CUE Pioneer

Arthur Luehrmann — A True CUE Pioneer

Just this week, our CUE team heard from Arthur Luehrmann. If you don’t know who he is, give this a read! In his email, he writes: “Back in 1979, I was in charge of the new computer education program at the Lawrence Hall of Science at UC Berkeley when I...Read more ›