Blended Learning

Jonathan Nalder Goes BOLD

Jonathan Nalder Goes BOLD

CUE’s 2nd annual BOLD (Blended and Online Lesson Design) Symposium is set for May 4th-5th at Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA. Of the many talented educators who will be presenting and showcasing at BOLD, Jonathan Nalder is set to take the stage as one of...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 ›
Artificial Intelligence That Hopes to Empower Learners

Artificial Intelligence That Hopes to Empower Learners

It was only about 35 years ago that artificial intelligence (AI) and “thinking machines” were fodder for Arnold Schwarzenegger films. Now it seems AI is making its way into the classrooms of today. In an article published for EdSurge, writer Danielle...Read more ›
New Program for Crowdfunding Teacher Needs

New Program for Crowdfunding Teacher Needs

Teachers, prepare yourselves – a new program started by website TeacherFunder.com is giving Donors Choose a run for their money…but to your benefit! TeacherFunder allows teacher participants to apply for funding from generous donors. Similar to the Donors...Read more ›
Classroom Newsletters Go Digital

Classroom Newsletters Go Digital

I was all about the weekly classroom newsletter as a beginning kindergarten teacher. It had cutesy graphics by DJ Inkers, homework information, tips and tricks for parents, and what I thought was an abundance of resources for my classroom parents. As my workload...Read more ›
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