reflection

New Year, New Word, More Reflecting

New Year, New Word, More Reflecting

I’ve seen quite a few posts – both on Twitter and in the Facebook groups that I follow – about 2019 recaps, all posts involving reflections of that individual’s year. Reflection should be standard in our teaching practice – and in life....Read more ›
#ObserveMe Takes the Spotlight

#ObserveMe Takes the Spotlight

Robert Kaplinsky has spent the last 15 years in education and is no stranger to having all eyes on him. He spent thirteen years in Downey Unified School District – eight of them as a Teacher Specialist, working with Secondary Math Teachers. Today, Kaplinsky is...Read more ›
Post #CUE19 Reflections from a CUE-bie

Post #CUE19 Reflections from a CUE-bie

It’s been roughly two weeks since #CUE19 and I have only JUST had time to revisit (and REALLY synthesize) my experience that was Spring CUE! When colleagues ask how my conference was, I tell them that it is one of the larger conferences that I’ve been too...Read more ›
Is it October already?

Is it October already?

When my podcasting partner, Lisa Nowakowski, aka NowaTechie, and I saw the application to become Social Media Champs for CUE last April, we were excited by the possibility of expanding our audience and getting to share what we do with a wider group of educators. We...Read more ›
OnCUE Chats with Michael Vollmert

OnCUE Chats with Michael Vollmert

Gold Disks are CUE’s oldest recognition program. A Gold Disk is a recognition of the recipient’s contributions to CUE and to technology in learning. What does it mean to be a Gold Disk Award winner? Find out from one in the following interview. What does...Read more ›