Blended Learning

Open Educational Resources

Open Educational Resources

Open Educational Resources, or OER, are educational resources that are legally available for public use. As educators, it can be difficult to find good, usable content that is free and not protected by copyright laws. The OER and OER Commons hope to change that by...Read more ›
Formative & Google Classroom

Formative & Google Classroom

  It’s no secret that many schools know and love Google for Education. The capabilities of the apps, along with the research and solutions for teachers and students allow for seamless technology usage within the classroom. The popular learning management system,...Read more ›
Building Blocks for Edu

Building Blocks for Edu

When it comes to building blocks for education, there is no better platform than Minecraft Education! With an infinite workspace and a full arsenal of weapons, building tools, farming equipment, chemistry supplies, and magical items you and your scholars can create...Read more ›
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 ›