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Growing Culture in the Digital Classroom

Growing Culture in the Digital Classroom

It’s May. Many schools are preparing for the end of the school – some as soon as this week while others of us wait until early June. Remote learning continues on and I hear from more and more of my colleagues and teacher friends that student participation...Read more ›
Virtual Spring CUE 2020 Continues This Week!

Virtual Spring CUE 2020 Continues This Week!

Spring CUE went virtual this past week – the first time in its 42-year career. Not only is it remarkable to think that this annual conference (that boasts bringing roughly 5,000 educators together) managed to take it online – but did so in a matter of...Read more ›
Tips and Tricks for Spring CUE: Know Before You Go

Tips and Tricks for Spring CUE: Know Before You Go

Last year, I attended my first Spring CUE Conference in Palm Springs. Although I had heard about the spring conference for several years prior to my first attending, I didn’t know what it was really about until I stood there in the lobby of the convention center...Read more ›
Common Sense Media at Spring CUE

Common Sense Media at Spring CUE

Common Sense Media will be taking Spring CUE by storm this year, with three sessions organized by the agency to get the word out about digital citizenship.  “Talk Before They Post: Using Video to Spark Digital Citizenship Discussions” Friday, March 20th from 2:00-3:00...Read more ›
Introducing CUE Connect – New to Spring CUE 2020

Introducing CUE Connect – New to Spring CUE 2020

With the click of a mouse – a like, a share, a follow, a retweet – millions of teachers, parents, and administrators are engaging with their favorite educators on Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube for practical advice, ideas, and recommendations on all things classroom...Read more ›
Inclusion Matters

Inclusion Matters

By Kristin Oropeza Inclusion and inclusivity hold such a special place in my heart. As a former (and forever) special education teacher, my mission was – and still very much is – to provide the students in my classroom with as many of the same...Read more ›