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The nomination process is simple. CUE members can be nominated in either of two ways:
Nominees must complete their nominations by submitting all of the following:
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LEC’s Next Certification: The Digital Educator
WALNUT CREEK, CA (November 27, 2012) – Leading Edge Certification (LEC), a national Alliance of nonprofits, universities and educational agencies, today announced that Digital Educator will be the next certification program to be developed. Leading Edge Certification for the Digital Educator is currently being developed under the leadership of Burt Lo, Chair. A pilot program is planned for early 2013, and the final certification program will be available in July 2013.
Walnut Creek, Calif., October 30, 2012 -- Computer-Using Educators (CUE) Inc. announced Friday at its Annual Fall CUE Conference that Alice Keeler will join CUE as part of its professional development team in November.
Alice Keeler will be in charge of specific programs within the professional development arm of CUE, called CUEtoYOU, which has been growing rapidly over the past few years. “I am really excited to have Alice on board,” said Danny Silva, CUE’s professional development coordinator. “She has been instrumental in heading up our new Advanced Studies Certificate program, and now several key projects will be under her direct supervision, which will make things easier for those members looking to increase their knowledge in all areas of technology and professional growth.”
In addition to overseeing the Innovative Educators Advanced Studies Certificate program, Alice will be working on the YouTube curation project, amassing and organizing hundreds of videos into useable resources for members, as well as maintaining her role as a Lead Learner at CUEtoYOU events. She will also help develop and produce new workshops and programs.
“I am excited to be a part of the CUE team who are doing wonderful things that help educators impact student learning,” added Mrs. Keeler, who will begin her work on Nov. 14. For more on Alice Keeler, please visit her website at www.alicekeeler.com.
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Computer-Using Educators (CUE, Inc.) announces the addition of their blog to its suite of Educational Technology Professional Development tools.
Walnut Creek, CA - CUE, known for their innovation in sharing technology with teachers, educators and students, “follows their own lessons” by utilizing this knowledge to educate, stimulate and engage the educational community in ongoing professional development.
The CUE Blog is the newest addition to the educational technology professional development suite. The blog, found at http://blog.cue.org is intended as a lively platform for guest bloggers, staff and members to interact with more in-depth, indexed and permanent content. While social media platforms tend to be “live” for relatively brief periods, the CUE Blog content will be permanently available and searchable.
In addition to the new blog, CUE has a dynamic Twitter community (http://twitter.com/cueinc), a growing and engaged Facebook page (http://facebook.com/cueinc) and its own iPhone and Android apps for its quarterly members-only publication OnCUE Journal (http://www.cue.org/oncue), and digital version, OnCUE+. OnCUE has become a focal point for guest educators to share their successes and innovations.
CUE is committed to advancing Ed Tech Professional Development for teachers and educators. CUE’s new vibrant blogging platform will help advance this cause by creating a central resource center that highlights the best of CUE’s educational resources.
About Computer-Using Educators, (CUE, Inc.)
Education Technology Professional Development is at the core of CUE's work. We are passionate believers in advancing student achievement through technology. By providing Ed Tech professional development to schools, districts, and local educators on the infusion of emerging technologies, we can help better prepare students for college and careers ahead.
Contact: Dana DuRee
Programs & Marketing Coordinator, CUE
CUE is currently seeking an independent consultant to oversee grant writing and development for the organization. The position will require 12-15 hours per month depending on grant opportunities, October 1 - March 1, 2013. Contract may be extended depending on success of grant development efforts. Compensation is competitive and negotiable. Consultant will report to the CUE Executive Director.
Duties will include:
Successful candidates should have expertise in:
Interested applicants should reference "Grant Writer/Developer" and send a resume/CV, reference letters and letter of interest to email@example.com by Sept. 21, 2012. Successful applicant will begin work the week of Oct. 1.
Walnut Creek, September 5, 2012 — Computer-Using Educators (CUE) Inc. and the California Learning Resource Network (CLRN) are proud to announce that Susan Patrick, President and CEO of iNACOL (the International Association for K-12 Online Learning) will be delivering the closing address at the eLearning Strategies Symposium to take place December 7-8, 2012 in Costa Mesa, California.
Ms. Patrick will cap off the two-day event on Saturday, December 8 by speaking on the topic of Next Generation Learning & Competency Education: A Vision Toward the Future. Her talk will focus on the national and international efforts underway to change education and to use next-generation learning models, including competency-based learning. She will offer guidance and recommendations for prioritizing actions to accelerate the transformation of the nation’s K-12 educational system.
“We are honored to have Susan as our closing speaker for this event,” said Brian Bridges, Director of CLRN. “Her work in the area of online and blended learning has been tremendous. She is a leader in competency-based learning, and our attendees will be amazed at both the breadth and depth of her knowledge as well as the hope and vision she brings for the future of education.”
The symposium will open Friday, December 7, 2012 featuring a panel keynote of online and blended learning leaders from across California who will share best practices, lessons learned and perhaps how the future of elearning will develop. Friday and Saturday sessions are filling up, so register now as organizers may need to close registration before the published deadline.
Early-bird registration, just $159, has been extended until October 24th. Regular registration, from October 25th until November 30, is $215. On-site registration, available only if space allows, will be $299. Register at http://elearns.org.
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CLRN provides educators with a "one-stop" resource to select online courses aligned to content standards and iNACOL’s Standards for Quality Online Courses. | www.clrn.org
Ed Tech Professional Development is at the core of CUE's work. We are passionate believers in advancing student achievement through technology. By providing Ed Tech professional development to schools, districts, and local educators on the infusion of emerging technologies, we can help better prepare students for college and careers ahead. | www.cue.org
The International Association for K-12 Online Learning, is a non-profit organization that facilitates collaboration, advocacy, and research to enhance quality K-12 online teaching and learning. More at www.inacol.org. For more on Susan Patrick, visit www.inacol.org/about/president.php
YouTube, in partnership with CUE, is reaching out to educators across the globe. To launch the effort, today CUE annouced the following through to its broad network of forward-thinking educators:
As a friend of CUE, you may already know that we partnered with YouTube to curate high quality educational videos to align with common core standards. These 300+ playlists are available on the 'Classroom Subjects' tab of YouTube.com/Teachers.
For the next phase of this project, we need YOU! Please suggest your favorite educational YouTube videos, playlists or channels. Approved suggestions will be added to YouTube EDU, YouTube's selected corpus of high quality educational content.
Thanks so much for your help and we look forward to learning from the videos you (and your students) love the most!
- Computer-Using Educators (CUE) & YouTube EDU
P.S. Does your school or district block YouTube? Sign up for YouTube for Schools to access the 600k+ free high quality videos available on YouTube EDU while limiting student access to non-school appropriate content.
Walnut Creek, Calif., September 4, 2012 - Computer-Using Educators (CUE) Inc., is bringing another professional development opportunity for educators. Using CUE’s new Learning Tour model, the Common Core Learning Tour will start in Santa Cruz at the Santa Cruz Office of Education and feature a keynote and breakout sessions. The tour will then move to Costa Mesa the following day to the Orange County Department of Education. The fee for either one-day session is $99 for CUE members and $139 for non-CUE members (registration includes CUE membership) and includes both a light breakfast and lunch.
This second learning tour will take the mystery out of Common Core standards and help attendees find out how technology and Common Core work together. State testing will be drastically different in the near future, and CUE wants to facilitate understanding with regard to the Standards as well as delineate the role that technology will play in the new model. Whether you are a Common Core newbie or a pro, the CUE Learning Tour will help you explore how educational technology will enhance your curriculum and instruction. This isn’t just about tools; we will show you how to integrate technology and, as a result, increase collaboration and curricular rigor just like the new standards require.
Elizabeth Calhoon, Keynote for the Common Core Learning Tour, is excited to be taking part in this event: “Common Core is one of those topics that is not only exciting but also a bit groundbreaking in its scope. When so many states have come together to create a common set of standards applicable to every grade level, and technology is there to support this venture, it fosters hope for the educational system and for the future.” Calhoon will be joined by Catlin Tucker, Jen Roberts and Sean Williams for breakout sessions.
Teachers, administrators, district personnel and other educators are encouraged to register now as seats are filling quickly! Register at www.cue.org/learningtours.