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Laptops are Great, Even During Lecture or Meetings

Laptops are Great, Even During Lecture or Meetings

The New York Times recently ran an article by Susan Dynarski, a professor of education, public policy, and economics at the University of Michigan in which she argued against the use of laptops and other such technological tools in classrooms. You can read it here,...Read more ›
Saying Thanks with “Check This Out – Ep 71”

Saying Thanks with “Check This Out – Ep 71”

Did you hear!?!?! CUE is powering up podcast-style! Thanks to the voices of Ryan O’Donnell and Brian Briggs, our community gets to listen to new ideas, fun tools, and wacky antics each and every week. They’re latest episode talks about people that have...Read more ›
Thankful For EdTech

Thankful For EdTech

Tis the season to be thankful, so I took to Twitter to ask educators what they were thankful for when it came to EdTech. Let the love and sharing commence!   I’m writing a Giving EdTech Thanks article for @cueinc blog. Please send me a tweet with what in edtech...Read more ›
A Bad Case of the “Jons”

A Bad Case of the “Jons”

“It’s your grade!” I barked at Sammy in a voice just shy of a yell. If I had said it any louder, I wouldn’t be able to justify to myself that I wasn’t shouting, though all of my students would have agreed that I was. If learning were a commodity and relationships a...Read more ›
A Pedagogy Worth Noting

A Pedagogy Worth Noting

Common Core Math has rocked the world of educators, administrators, parents, and students, but Hollenbeck Middle School in Los Angeles has embraced student collaboration for the win! In this KPCC article, we get a chance to see the impact of culture shift when the...Read more ›