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Equity Through Student Voice

Equity Through Student Voice

Of the many ways technology can be harnessed to enhance learning outcomes and foster connection, creativity and collaboration, one of the most compelling may be capturing student voices.  Student voice is one of the most effective resources we have for engaging...Read more ›
Meet Eric Thomas — Our #CUE19 Keynote Speaker

Meet Eric Thomas — Our #CUE19 Keynote Speaker

CUE Educators, good morning!  I’m looking forward to meeting and, speaking with you all in just a few days and, in advance of our meeting, I wanted to share a little bit about myself and, maybe even more importantly, share with you my passion for education....Read more ›
The Inaccessibility of Making, Tinkering & Coding — Part 2

The Inaccessibility of Making, Tinkering & Coding — Part 2

Gamified Coding…Still Not Enough Braeden has done “hour of code” for the past two years at school and aside from “coding minecraft” which he found kind of trivial compared to actual minecraft, it just wasn’t his thing. I even bought a BB8 sphero, which he had no...Read more ›
The Inaccessibility of Making, Tinkering & Coding — Part 1

The Inaccessibility of Making, Tinkering & Coding — Part 1

The inaccessibility of learning “how computing works” & applying that learning in unique ways is real…especially when we view it as something only done in “that geeky teacher’s classroom,” the designated makerspace or worse…gifted only. I live 2.5 hours away...Read more ›
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