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Let Students Lead

Let Students Lead

Computer Science Education Week is this week, sparking excitement in an ever-growing educational conversation about the importance of coding in K-12 curriculum. According to Code.org, only 34 states have created K-12 computer science standards, even though 67% of all...Read more ›
STEM Teacher Andy Losik Presents His 2019 Holiday Gift Guide

STEM Teacher Andy Losik Presents His 2019 Holiday Gift Guide

When it comes to holiday shopping, STEM toys, that weave science, technology, engineering, and mathematics into their design, continue to be hot. For toys infused with learning and creativity, elementary STEM teacher, Technology Integration Specialist, author, and...Read more ›
Explosive Growth: What Education Can Learn From Kobayashi

Explosive Growth: What Education Can Learn From Kobayashi

In any situation, the perception of the true nature of the problem is the fastest way to a solution. All too often, educators try to apply old solutions to a student perspective that now has nearly 100% nothing to do with what we understood to be “school” as students....Read more ›
The Gift of Kindness – CUE Member Spotlight

The Gift of Kindness – CUE Member Spotlight

World Kindness Day dominated social media on Wednesday, November 13. One CUE member and 2019 CUE Bold faculty, 5th-grade teacher Kimberly Voge, invited her students to spread kindness in a clever way. “As part of our Morning Meeting, my students discussed Random Acts...Read more ›