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CUE BOLD 2020: A Review

CUE BOLD 2020: A Review

This year’s BOLD Symposium was kicked off on Monday, May 18th by CUE’s Chief Learning Officer Jon Corippo and Hyperdocs co-founder Lisa Highfill. BOLD – which had to have registration capped at 1,500 participants – has brought educators from...Read more ›
Teaching Special Populations in the Time of a Pandemic

Teaching Special Populations in the Time of a Pandemic

When I started teaching almost 10 years ago, I would have never imagined something like this pandemic happening. But here we are, staring down this cataclysmic game-changer, trying to determine it’s next move and how it has and will continue to uproot our...Read more ›
Virtual Spring CUE 2020 Continues This Week!

Virtual Spring CUE 2020 Continues This Week!

Spring CUE went virtual this past week – the first time in its 42-year career. Not only is it remarkable to think that this annual conference (that boasts bringing roughly 5,000 educators together) managed to take it online – but did so in a matter of...Read more ›
How VideoAnt Can Help You Through Distance Learning

How VideoAnt Can Help You Through Distance Learning

VideoAnt: The Replacement for VideoNot.es A few months ago, the EdTech world lost a really powerful app called VideoNot.es. If you’re unsure of what it was — or are in mourning for its departure– VideoNot.es was a free video annotation app that allowed...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 ›