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Do you have Common Sense?

Do you have Common Sense?

You may have heard of Common Sense, but you may not be familiar with everything they offer. They are an “independent nonprofit organization dedicated to helping kids thrive in a world of media and technology,” and they have a plethora of completely free resources for...Read more ›
11 Reasons Not to Go to Fall CUE

11 Reasons Not to Go to Fall CUE

If you are reading this blog post, you probably know that Fall CUE, “the biggest little conference on the West Coast,” is coming up in just a few weeks. It will take place October 13 and 14 at American Canyon High School. You might be thinking about going, but this...Read more ›
Teachers in Space

Teachers in Space

Right now, NASA is celebrating a Year of Education on the International Space Station (ISS), and two of the astronauts are former teachers. As part of this celebration, NASA has made available several STEM activities related to the ISS and its role in helping us reach...Read more ›
Tips for Connecting with Your Students via Natalie Priester

Tips for Connecting with Your Students via Natalie Priester

Whether you are a brand new teacher or one with a bit more “seasoning,” you know that connecting with your students is key to a successful school year. Natalie Priester, a CUE member from southern California, recently attended a training where she got to meet middle...Read more ›
Light a Spark

Light a Spark

Adobe Spark is not a new tool, but if you haven’t checked it out lately, you don’t know Spark. In April, Adobe announced that they would make this creation tool free for students and teachers, and they would throw in all the premium features to boot. All you need is a...Read more ›