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The Fast & The Curious – An EduProtocol Review

The Fast & The Curious – An EduProtocol Review

I finished my first week of teaching technology this past week and it’s been exhausting! I forgot how much it takes to go into roughly 24 classrooms over the past week, present a lesson that’s going to keep the whole gambit of students engaged, all while...Read more ›
Secret Weapons for PBL

Secret Weapons for PBL

Over the next several weeks, OnCUE will be introducing readers to some of the presenters who will be showcased up in Sacramento at this year’s Fall CUE Conference. These presenters want to give you a teaser of what to expect at their session – and...Read more ›
Modern Figures Podcast

Modern Figures Podcast

Understanding computer science and its place in the modern world, humanity, culture, addressing institutional bias, and striving towards both equality and equity to truly make CS for All! This was what I learned from attending the Summer of CS by the Sacramento Office...Read more ›
ISTE Goodness pt 2

ISTE Goodness pt 2

What I did: Monday, the first full day of ISTE with the Expo Hall open, was a whirlwind! ISTE is organized chaos–it functions like a well-oiled machine–yet, it is like going to Disneyland before the invention of the fast pass during peak season. People are...Read more ›
ISTE19 — Pace Yourself

ISTE19 — Pace Yourself

Scott's ISTE Relfection:Pace yourself ISTE was amazing! I connected with so many people from across the country. I was hoping to meet some of my professional Learning Network from across the globe but that didn’t happen, and I’m okay with that because ISTE...Read more ›
Apps That Serve Limited Device Classrooms

Apps That Serve Limited Device Classrooms

My Favorite Limited Device Apps: In my last blog post, I described how limited device teachers have to be proactive problem-expecters focused on access, ease, & efficiency. With those principles in mind, this next post is on the two two apps I’d recommend for...Read more ›