With winter break officially over, educators are looking forward to Spring and warmer weather and with that, the fast-approaching Virtual Spring CUE.

Virtual Spring CUE is an EdTech conference that brings together thousands of educators to share, inspire, and collaborate. Attendees will have more than 400 sessions to choose from with keynotes from thought leaders and world-renowned educators. Sessions will cover everything from reading/Language Arts to mathematics to STEM to ELD and more.

This year’s conference is a multi-day conference taking place between March 18-27th, with the entire conference being offered virtually.

This year’s conference keynote speakers include social critic, public intellectual and, science advocate Christopher Emdin; Jennifer Gonzalez of “Cult Pedagogy”; and educational author A.J. Juliani.

CUE also looks to highlight many of its own affiliate members through their Featured Speakers. This year’s list includes the likes of Ben Cogswell, Brent Warner, Effrain Tovar, Adam Juarez & Katherine Goyette, Ryan O’Donnell, Amanda Sandoval, among others!

Back again at this year’s conference are CUE staples such as “Meet the Authors,” “Meet the Podcasters,” and CUE Boom sessions.

Join CUE for ten dynamic days of innovation, inspiration and learning – all with actionable takeaways you may immediately put into practice in your classroom, school, or district!

For more information and to register, head to Spring CUE website: cue.org/spring

About Kristin Oropeza
Kristin is a full-time special education teacher, contract consultant, and educational content writer. She is a Google Certified Teacher (Level 1 and 2), Google Certified Trainer, and MIE Expert for 2020-2021.