The good folks at Elluminate helped CUE volunteers take several conference sessions online! And you can browse the session archive now! Click on the session title to watch the archive! Thanks go out to Karl Forest, Martin Cisneros and Emad Elias - our 'Mighty Elluminators'!
And don't miss out the Elluminated sessions from CUE Unplugged, as well!
|Rigorous Learning through Digital Storytelling
|Digital Storytelling across the Curriculum
|Videoconferencing in the Classroom||Richard Mellott|
|Library of Congress: The Power of Primary Sources||Esther Kligman-Frey, Debra White|
|Digital Textbook Summit featuring expert panelists
||Susan Patrick, Moderator|
|Rock your Socks with Google Docs||Scott Moss
|Podcasts and iPod Flash Cards: Study Tools for the 21st Century||Brent Coley|
|iCame, iSaw, iTouch||Cory Robertson|
Stimulus funds are here! Districts across California and the U.S. are racing to pull together applications to receive some of the ARRA Funding now available for Title II, part D (EETT) for grades 4-8.
For information on eligibility and how your district can partner with CUE to improve your competitive application, visit our ARRA Funding and CUE information page.
CUE was present at today's regional CA Race to the Top meeting. State leaders shared application goals and strategies, most notably that any District or County LEA may participate if they complete a Memorandum of Understanding with the state, as long as it is signed by their Superintendent, School Board President and Teacher's Union President.
CUE is pleased to offer its services as a partner in any and all of those districts interested in participating. Contact CUE Executive Director, Mike Lawrence, if you are interested. The application should be available from ed.gov in the next few weeks.
Computer-Using Educators (CUE), Inc. is proud to announce the return of
its Fall Conference, to be held Nov. 5-6, 2010 in the City of American Canyon in Napa Valley. The event will occur exactly one year from today and will be hosted by the Napa Valley Unified School District on the campus of American Canyon High School.
two day event will focus on student achievement, new and emerging
technologies, online learning and innovative uses of technology in K-20
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CUE is seeking educators and others to share their expertise at the newly announced Fall CUE Conference to be held November 5-6, 2010 at American Canyon High School in the city of American Canyon in Napa Valley, CA.
Deadline has passed for Fall CUE 2010 Submissions. Notifications will be emailed by August.
The theme will be "Soaring to New Heights!"
Have you always wanted to present at CUE but were not selected? Or do you have a topic to present or discuss that wasn't timely when formal presentation applications were due last year, but is so now? If so, sign yourself up! (Special note to presenters representing commercial companies: This is not a venue for direct promotion of your commercial product[s].)
CUE Unplugged is held during and as a part of the first two days of the Computer Using Educators Conference (CUE) March 4 - 6, 2010. It is two days of presentations where anyone can sign up to present on-site in our own "lounge" area. The presentations will also be streamed virtually in Elluminate.
CUE Unplugged also allows anyone streaming, liveblogging, back-channel chatting, Tweeting, or otherwise generating content for remote users can to list those resources here in right-most column.Explore and sign up today!
CUE produces a series of Google Workshops for Administrators based on the Google Teacher Academy for Administrators. We are happy to announce that ACSA is hosting a special Google Workshop for Educational Leaders at their office in Burlingame on March 27th. This event will include a tour of the Googleplex in Mountain View the evening before the workshop! Seats will go quickly, so sign up now.
You can also request a Google Workshop for your own site. View the information (for planners) and complete the request form to be contacted regarding your request.
|The top three vote-getters were (in alphabetical order) were:
Administrative Vice Principal,
Woodside High School,
Professional Development Coordinator & Regional Grants Manager for Monterey, San Benito, Santa Clara, and Santa Cruz County Offices of Education
San Jose, CA
|Kyle and Diana will begin their three-year terms in July, Micheline will begin her second term at that time. Thanks to all those who voted!