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Inspiring Girls to Study STEM

Inspiring Girls to Study STEM

Despite some progress that’s been made in the last few years, it’s no secret that the STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and math) are still male dominated. While there are some legitimate concerns about discrimination and hostile working environments,...Read more ›
Meet Eric Thomas — Our #CUE19 Keynote Speaker

Meet Eric Thomas — Our #CUE19 Keynote Speaker

CUE Educators, good morning!  I’m looking forward to meeting and, speaking with you all in just a few days and, in advance of our meeting, I wanted to share a little bit about myself and, maybe even more importantly, share with you my passion for education....Read more ›
Inclusion for All – and Ideas for Making it Happen

Inclusion for All – and Ideas for Making it Happen

As we continue to highlight CUE educators who are catalysts for change, we look next to Christy Cook – a special education teacher from the Inland Empire who seeks to empower her students through inclusionary practices at her place of work. Read how she was...Read more ›
Podcasting to Educate Podcasting for Freedom

Podcasting to Educate Podcasting for Freedom

There are so many categories of Podcasts to choose from. You can listen to the news, political, true crime stories, historical, lifestyle, celebrity interviews, gardening, money management, education, technology and just about anything else you can think of. In...Read more ›
When Skills (Not Product) Are the Focus

When Skills (Not Product) Are the Focus

I recently introduced an activity in my 2nd-5th grade classrooms that involved making mosaic art via Google Drawings. It was a great activity that I first saw on Eric Curts’ blog, Control Alt Achieve. I was excited to be delving into a lesser-used app among my...Read more ›
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