Creativity and Imagination

Sylvia Duckworth Wants to See You at Spring CUE

Sylvia Duckworth Wants to See You at Spring CUE

Guest post by Spring CUE featured speaker Sylvia Duckworth Woo hoo! I’m thrilled to be coming to Palm Springs as a Featured Speaker! This will be my first Spring CUE and I can’t wait to share my love of sketchnoting with everyone who comes to my sessions. Here are the...Read more ›
The META of Greta

The META of Greta

Guest post by Spring CUE featured speaker Brett Salakas “Greta Thunberg,” just the name alone garners a response from almost anyone you speak to. How did a 16-year-old swede become one of the recognizable and influential names on the planet? Few high-profile figures...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 ›
Creativity in the Classroom

Creativity in the Classroom

I love drawing and sketch-noting. I love photography. I love creating. If I could do it for a living, I think it’s one of the few things I would give up teaching for because it brings me such happiness and just an overwhelming sense of calm and purpose. Until the time...Read more ›
Breaking the Blockbuster Model

Breaking the Blockbuster Model

In 1905, the first Nickelodeon opened in Columbus, Ohio and charged a large crowd of several hundred people 5¢ each to see a movie. (Get it–a “nickle”odeon?) Since then, movies have changed a lot,  and so has education too. Recently, I’ve been a part of some really...Read more ›