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Multiple Representations to Elevate Education

Multiple Representations to Elevate Education

I’m beyond thrilled, humbled, and honored to be sharing my Math & CUE story with the passionate and innovative teachers at the upcoming Fall CUE. I normally spend Sunday mornings with my family so it’s fitting that I’ll be spending it with a few thousand members...Read more ›
Making STEM Tangible for Students and Teachers

Making STEM Tangible for Students and Teachers

Educators across the nation are doing some amazing things in their classrooms. STEM Teacher Whitney Roth is an avid sharer of ideas on social media. Not only does she share the amazing things that are happening in her classroom, but she also takes her cue from other...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 ›
CUE Rock Stars Rock Teachers’ Worlds in Oceanside

CUE Rock Stars Rock Teachers’ Worlds in Oceanside

CUE Rockstar celebrated Math teachers at the Oceanside one-day teacher camp on October 21st. Camp Lead Ed Campos, Jr. was the Head Lead Learner, kicking off the show. The bandmates included math wizards, Matt Vaudrey, Fawn Nguyen, and Kristan Morales. Each of these...Read more ›

Tech This Out- Math Instruction

June is upon us which means if your school isn’t on hiatus for the summer, the end is near. For many educators that might mean family trips, time to catch up on projects, and a much needed break from the classrooms we pour our hearts into for nine months. But summer...Read more ›