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January 7, 2016
CUE Will Present Screening of Underwater Dreams at 2016 National Conference

Panel Discussion with the Documentary’s Inspiration, teacher Allan Cameron following

 

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Walnut Creek, Calif., January 7, 2016 -- CUE announced today that it will present a screening of Underwater Dreams, immediately followed by a panel discussion featuring teacher Allan Cameron, at the CUE 2016 National Conference, to be held March 17-19, in Palm Springs, California. The screening will take place Wednesday, March 16, from 5:15 to 7:15 pm in Oasis 4 of the Palm Springs Convention Center. This is the first full-length feature screening that the CUE National Conference has hosted. The panel will be moderated by Jon Corippo, CUE's Director of Academic Innovation, and will include Dr. Cameron, and CUE members and fellow educators Julie Goo, Diane Main, Bill Selak and Sean Williams.

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Dr. Allan Cameron (Ph. D. Elementary Education) taught computer programming at Carl Hayden High School in Phoenix, Arizona. He and fellow teacher Fredi Lagvardi started an after-school robotics team. The team and its underwater robot, Stinky, became the subject for the films Spare Parts & Underwater Dreams.

 

Underwater Dreams, written and directed by Mary Mazzio and narrated by Michael Peña, is an epic story of how Mexican immigrants learned how to build an underwater robot from Home Depot parts and defeated engineering powerhouse MIT in the process. The competition, however, was only the beginning. These boys forged a legacy that could not have been imagined.

 

What: Welcome Session - Underwater Dreams Screening & Panel Discussion featuring Allan Cameron

When: Wednesday, March 16, 5:15 - 7:15 pm*

Who: Conference attendees and community members. Registration not required.

Receive a free Saturday Exhibit Hall only pass for attending. RSVP here

 

No host bar and light appetizers - come early!

The first 100 in the door receive a special gift!

*Note this is a new Keynote timeslot for the National Conference.

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About CUE

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

 

About the CUE National Conference

The CUE National Conference is the largest and oldest education technology conference in California and among the largest in the United States with more than 6,000 teachers and administrators attending annually. To register or for more information, visit www.cue.org/national  | #cue16



December 14, 2015
CUE Announces 2016 National Conference Spotlight Speakers

 

Leslie Fisher, Lisa Highfill, Dr. Cindy Moss, Tom Murray, Luis Pérez, & Joyce Valenza

 

Walnut Creek, Calif., December 14, 2015 -- CUE is excited to announce the Spotlight Speakers for its national conference to be held March 17-19, 2016 in Palm Springs. All conference speaker sessions, detailed descriptions and times as well as in-depth bios on presenters, including those below, will be listed in the CUE Guide, available mid-January on the CUE website.

 

Leslie Fisher

After graduating from USC with a Business and Marketing degree in 1989 and a quick stint as a Trainer, Fisher joined Apple Computer in 1992. When the Internet took off in 1994, Fisher was one of the first Apple employees assigned to study Internet growth and implementation. Fisher Technologies, Inc. is now an international company specializing in presenting emFisher Picture lo_res.jpgerging and exciting technology solutions to educators all over the world. Click here for full bio

Leslie’s Sessions

  • Tools You Can Use Tomorrow

  • Screencasting and Broadcasting in Your Classroom and Beyond

  • The Web 2.0 You Might Not Know About


 

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Lisa Highfill

Lisa Highfill, co-creator of HyperDocs, is the TK-12 Instructional Technology Coach for Pleasanton Unified School District and the 2014 Teacher of the Year. She has presented at numerous conferences across the country, sharing ideas to improve the way students experience learning. Highfill is a Google Certified Innovator, YouTube Star Teacher, and a Krause Center for Innovation Merit Fellow. She is a self-proclaimed #BBQWhisperer and #VideoWhisperer. Click here for full bio

Lisa’s Sessions

  • HyperDocs: Engage, Educate, and Inspire with Transformative Digital Lessons

  • YouTube Lessons That Will Leave You Thinking

  • Extreme Pedagogy Makeover: Inspiring Readers and Writers with Engaging Digital Lessons

 

Dr. Cindy Moss

Dr. CindCindy Moss.jpgy Moss, Senior Director of Global STEM Initiatives for Discovery Education, is charged with supporting school districts in their work to develop and deploy student initiatives to drive science, technology, engineering, and math achievement nationwide. A nationally respected thought leader in STEM education and reform, Dr. Moss brings over 31 years experience in district leadership, classroom instruction, and inquiry-based learning to her work as a champion for STEM engagement and career and workforce readiness. Click here for full bio

Cindy’s Sessions

  • Putting the Sizzle in STEM

  • Decreasing the Achievement Gap with STEM

  • STEAM-Students and Teachers Energizing Active Minds

 

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Tom Murray serves as the state and district digital learning director for the Alliance for Excellent Education located in Washington, DC. He has testified before the United States Congress and works alongside that body as well as the US Senate, the US Department of Education, state departments of education, corporations, and school districts throughout the country to implement digital learning while helping to lead Future Ready, Project 24, and Digital Learning Day. Click here for full bio

 

Tom’s Sessions

  • Teaching and Learning in Future Ready Schools

  • What Does an Innovator in a School/District Look Like?

 

Luis Pérez

Luis Pérez received his doctorate in special education and a Unknown-1.jpegMasters in Instructional Technology from the University of South Florida. He is the author of Mobile Learning for All: Supporting Accessibility with the iPad, from Corwin Press. Perez was selected as an Apple Distinguished Educator (ADE) in 2009 and as a Google in Education Certified Innovator (formerly Google Certified Teacher) in 2014. He is the Professional Learning Chair of the Inclusive Learning Network of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE).  Click here for full bio

 

Luis’ Sessions

  • nABLEing All Learners: Mobile Devices as Transformational Technology

  • Students and Teachers as Publishers with iBooks Author and Book Creator

  • A Touch of Light: Engaging All Learners with Mobile Photography for the Classroom

 

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Joyce Valenza has been studying, writing about, and working with young people, technology, and information fluency for more than twenty years. She is currently Assistant Professor in the Master of Information program at Rutgers University School of Communication and Information. Joyce writes the award- winning NeverEndingSearch Blog for School Library Journal and also writes VOYA’s Tag Team Tech column. Click here for full bio

Joyce’s Sessions

  • Transliteracy/Metaliteracy: An unintentional film festival or 10 Big Things We Should Be Teaching in 2016

  • App Smashing

  • Social Media Curation

 

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About CUE

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

 

About the CUE National Conference

The CUE National Conference is the largest and oldest education technology conference in California and among the largest in the United States with more than 6,000 teachers and administrators attending annually. To register or for more information, visit www.cue.org/national  | #cue16



December 11, 2015
CUE and WeVideo Partner for the California Student Media Festival’s 50th Year


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Free Six-Month Subscription Available to All Participating Teachers

 

Walnut Creek, Calif., December 11, 2015 -- CUE is excited to partner with WeVideo, the cloud-based collaborative video creation platform, as it hosts the 50th Annual California Student Media Festival in June 2016. The festival, the nation’s oldest, is dedicated to honoring student achievement and highlighting student creativity through media.

 

The Student Media Festival exists to celebrate media and multimedia projects produced by California’s students and teachers — rewarding and acknowledging their successful classroom work. The Festival showcases what can be accomplished when talented students and dedicated teachers work together integrating media and multimedia into education.

 

“Media is among the most powerful learning tools, and the Festival provides a way to showcase learning in a fun and engaging way,“ said Mike Lawrence, the Festival’s Director.

 

This year, WeVideo is offering each participating teacher a six-month WeVideo for Education account to help in the creation of these amazing projects. In addition, WeVideo is extending the six-month education subscription to pre-registered participants of the three-hour Video Editing Academy with the Dark Master of Video taking place at the CUE 2016 National Conference, March 17 - 19, in Palm Springs, California.

 

To receive your free six-month WeVideo for Education account, click here. 

 

The festival is free to enter and free to attend, with approximately 600 students and adults attending the red carpet event each year. Submissions open January 18 and close on April 4, 2016. For a list of past winners and for more information on the Festival, check out www.mediafestival.org.

 

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About California Student Media Festival

The Festival strongly encourages project-based learning and meaningful student creations in media and multimedia and exists to acknowledge and reward successful classroom work.

The Festival believes that

  • students are capable of extremely high level work, beginning at very early grades

  • media and multimedia are excellent tools for students

  • video and multimedia should be integrated into the regular subject-area curriculum

  • rewarding exemplary work and good school programs encourages more of both. | www.mediafestival.org

 

About CUE

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.

 

About WeVideo

WeVideo's story begins in 2007 with the Norwegian company Creaza. The company's mission was to provide an online creative toolbox for children, to be used both in school and at home. By 2010, this technology was in use by hundreds of thousands of children across ten European countries. Inspired by its success in the educational market in early 2011, Creaza's investors decided to spin out a new company called WeVideo. Its primary focus is on video creation and expanding the technology to U.S. and global markets. | www.wevideo.com



December 8, 2015
Leading Edge Certification Brings On California Gold Rush!


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San Diego County Office of Education Wins Golden Bell Award for LEC’s Online & Blended Teacher Certification

WALNUT CREEK, CA (December 8, 2015) – Leading Edge Certification (LEC) - a national provider of certification programs in education technology – announced today that the California School Boards Association has recognized LEC’s Online and Blended Teacher Certification in its 2015 annual Golden Bell Awards. San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE), a Core Alliance Member of Leading Edge Certification, has won a Golden Bell Award for its implementation of LEC’s Online and Blended Teacher Certification. The Golden Bell Awards, now in its 36th year, are given out annually and recognize best practices in education throughout the state of California.

San Diego County Office of Education won the Golden Bell Award for its work with the LEC program in the category of Professional Development and Teacher Recruitment/Retention. “We are thrilled that the San Diego County Office of Education, through their work with the Online and Blended Teacher Certification, is being recognized by the California School Boards Association with the prestigious Golden Bell Award,” said Mike Lawrence, Founder of Leading Edge Certification.

Dennis Danielson, Director of Educational Technology for SDCOE, accepted the Golden Bell Award during the awards luncheon at CSBA’s Annual Conference in San Diego on December 5th. An important component of Danielson’s work with SDCOE includes the use of LEC’s Online and Blended Teacher Certification to build capacity to help schools with their successful implementation of online and blended learning so that it serves the educational mission at the highest levels. "LEC is open to and benefits a wide range of educators, and we’re seeing that it meets the needs of individual educators and school districts alike," Danielson said. SDCOE's cohorts have included teachers from kindergarten through college, and since joining the LEC Alliance over four years ago, SDCOE has offered over 40 Leading Edge Certification cohorts and certified over 700 teachers and administrators.

The 2015 Golden Bell Award for SDCOE marks the second time in the past six months that the agency has won an award for its work with Leading Edge Certification. In May, the program received the Classroom of the Future Foundation's Innovation in Education Impact Award for 2015 for its implementation of Leading Edge Certification for the Online and Blended Teacher.

To find out more about Leading Edge Certification, its current certifications and offerings, or to inquire about starting a certification cohort, visit www.leadingedgecertification.org.

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About Leading Edge Certification

Leading Edge Certification (LEC) is a national certification program in educational technology and curriculum innovation. Created by an Alliance of nonprofits, universities and educational agencies, LEC is the first national certification program of its kind, and is platform and vendor neutral. LEC for the Online and Blended Teacher, LEC for the Administrator, LEC for the Digital Educator and LEC for the Professional Learning Leader are currently available. Visit www.leadingedgecertification.org to find out more.

 

Media Contact:

Beth Cherry, B. Cherry Communications

301-500-9189 or beth@bcherrycommunications.com

 


December 3, 2015
CUE Steps Up Support for 2015 Keeping Pace with K12 Digital Learning Report

 

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CUE leaders provide input to shape the definitive Blended and Online Learning Report 

 

As blended and online learning models continue to make an impact on classrooms across the nation, educators are seeking strategies, resources and tools to effectively teach and learn online. Recognizing the need to keep educators informed on trends and advancements in this area, CUE  joined several other organizations to sponsor the 2015 Keeping Pace with K12 Digital Learning report. Researcher and author John Watson will present this year’s findings at the eLearning Strategies Symposium this Friday in Costa Mesa, CA.

 

 

WHO              K-12 blended and online educators, administrators, policymakers, and advocates

 

WHAT            John Watson of Evergreen Education Group will present the findings from the

2015 Keeping Pace with K12 Digital Learning Report. CUE sponsored the report this year and facilitated input from eLearning Network co-chairs Rob Darrow and Chris Bell, eSS Director Brian Bridges and CUE CEO Mike Lawrence  

 

WHEN           December 3-5, 2015 at the eLearning Strategies Symposium

 

WHERE         Costa Mesa Hilton

3050 Bristol St, Costa Mesa, CA 92626

 

WHY              Educators can learn about and share best practices in an effort to ensure

student success by using the most effective blended and online learning techniques, strategies and resources. More than 300 attendees will attend from across California and beyond.  More info at www.elearns.org

 

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November 30, 2015
CUE Announces Brad Montague and Pearl Arredondo as Keynote Speakers

 

Kid President creator to open conference, and National Board Certified educator to close

 

Walnut Creek, Calif., November 30, 2015 -- CUE is thrilled to announce that Brad Montague and Pearl Arredondo will be Keynote speakers for the CUE 2016 National Conference, March 17-19, in Palm Springs, California. Brad Montague, co-creator of the popular web series Kid President, will be the Kickoff Keynote on Thursday, March 17 from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Pearl Arredondo, teacher, principal and creator of the San Fernando Institute for Applied Media (SFiAM),

will provide the Closing Keynote on Saturday, March 19 from 2:45 to 3:45 pm.

 

Brad Headshot.jpgBrad Montague, along with Robby Novak, are co-creators of Kid President, the popular web series featured on Rainn Wilson's SoulPancake YouTube channel. Together, the two have created a movement of joy and fun seen by tens of millions. Kid President is a Webby Award-winning show that has gone on to be a television show Declaration of Awesome on the Hub Network. Brad’s Guide to Being Awesome is a HarperCollins Children’s book that was published in February 2015 and was on the New York Times Bestseller List. With a passion for helping foster creativity and compassion in young people, Brad is also the director of GO! Camp, an experience for teenagers who want to change the world, and co-founder of Love In Stereo, a collective of artists striving to create work that matters. 

 

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Pearl Arredondo is a National Board Certified Teacher of sixth-grade English and History. In 2010, she was part of a teacher-led team that founded San Fernando Institute for Applied Media (SFiAM), the first pilot middle school established in the Los Angeles Unified School District. She taught for 10 years before becoming the instructional specialist and now principal of SFiAM. Pearl is passionate about increasing student access to technology and closing the digital divide. She is featured in People Magazine’s My American Dream: Great Success Against All Odds campaign sponsored by Milk Life. She was also featured on TED Talks Education and is a frequent speaker and panelist related to those key issues. As a Teach Plus Policy Fellow, she met with President Obama’s senior advisors to discuss teacher tenure and elevating the teaching profession. As part of Educators for Excellence, she helped write a series of recommendations entitled Reimagining Tenure: Protecting Our Students and Our Profession. In 2014, she received the “Inspirational Teacher Award” from United Way of Greater Los Angeles, was named California Woman of the Year from California Assembly District 39, and was honored at the Ford Theatre’s Annual Gala for being an inspirational teacher. Pearl is a tireless advocate for public education and technology-based curriculum.  She is also a role model for young Latinas seeking to make a difference in their communities. Her goal is to make SFiAM a model of educational reform by preparing all students to be effective communicators in the 21st century.

 

* Be sure to check out our annoucement that Hadi Partovi, co-founder and president of Code.org®, is a Keynote Speaker for the CUE 2016 National Conference.

 

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About CUE

Ed Tech Professional Development is at the core of CUE's work. We strive to inspire innovative learners. 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

 

About the CUE National Conference

The CUE National Conference is the largest and oldest education technology conference in California and among the largest in the United States with more than 6,000 teachers and administrators attending annually. To register or for more information, visit www.cue.org/national  | #cue16Copy of Logo 2016.jpg

November 23, 2015
CUE Expands to Include 14 Northern California Counties

 

-- North State CUE Established, North Bay CUE Now Serving Solano County --

 

Walnut Creek, Calif., November 23, 2015 -- At the most recent CUE Board of Directors meeting, the board approved the creation of North State CUE, a new affiliate of the non-profit educator association that will serve its members within Butte, Del Norte, Glenn, Humboldt, Lake, Lassen, Plumas, Mendocino, Modoc, Shasta, Siskiyou, Tehama, and Trinity Counties. The board also approved an expansion of North Bay CUE to serve Solano County in addition to Marin, Napa, and Sonoma Counties.

 

CUE Affiliates produce local events, provide resources for educators, and, in many cases, offer scholarships and grants to teachers and schools. They serve as the local point of contact for all members within their service region. CUE has twenty-one affiliates covering California and Nevada.  

 

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About CUE

Ed Tech Professional Development is at the core of CUE's work. We are passionate believers in inspiring innovative learners. 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



November 19, 2015
CUE to Honor Innovative Educators with LeRoy’s Big Idea Contest at National Conference

--One Winner Will Be Named new Finkel Fellow and Awarded $2,500--

 

Walnut Creek, Calif., November 19, 2015 -- CUE announced today that it has created a new approach to the LeRoy Finkel Fellowship Awards program, which honors the life and work of an early CUE pioneer and irascible source of inspiration for the organization. LeRoy's Big Idea - Lesson Design Master Class will follow the General Session & Keynote on Friday, March 18 and will feature six participants vying for the chance to become the new Finkel Fellow by sharing innovative and creative approaches to education with a panel of judges and the audience.


Why this approach? According to Jon Corippo, CUE’s Director of Academic Innovation, this type of forum for sharing ideas is something LeRoy would have enjoyed. “All the stories I hear, LeRoy was passionate about sharing helpful information. In his CUE newsletter column, ‘FYI,’ he would always include ideas he thought people didn’t know. The fact that innovative educators are competing and sharing techniques in his name honors his legacy.” 


LeRoy’s Big Idea functions in two parts. The first is an open call to all CUE members, who simply need to submit a one-minute, high energy, creative video demonstrating how they could use $500 to spend in their classrooms. This must be a BIG idea and one that could translate to even greater possibilities with additional funding. Six educators will be chosen based on these videos, and each will win $500 as well as a complimentary registration to the CUE 2016 National Conference.

 

The second part of the contest involves the six finalists competing on stage at the CUE conference for $2,500 to fund their big idea and to be named the newest LeRoy Finkel Fellow. A panel of judges and the audience will determine the winner, and he/she will celebrate this achievement by attending the ISTE conference in Denver, courtesy of CUE.

 

Instructions and information on submitting the videos and other Big Idea contest rules can be found on the CUE website at cue.org/leroyfinkel.

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About CUE

Ed Tech Professional Development is at the core of CUE's work. We are passionate believers in inspiring innovative learners. 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

 

About LeRoy Finkel
In 1978, LeRoy Finkel joined a group of dedicated educators to create CUE, now nationally recognized for its leadership in the promoting technology integration across the curriculum. LeRoy recognized that technology would become a major factor in the educational process. He maintained an informed perspective and appreciation of the long view that he always eagerly and generously shared as coach and mentor in his books and articles where he praised good products, sniped at bad ones, and scrutinized every aspect of educational computing constantly reminding us to stay focused on the kids and the classroom, on teaching and learning, and on never being satisfied with anything but meeting the highest standards of excellence.



November 16, 2015
CUE Announces STEAMpunk Mobile Labs

 

Walnut Creek, Calif. November 16, 2015 -- CUE is excited to announce that during this school year teachers and administrators can sign up for a STEAMpunk Mobile Lab, which conCUESteamPunkLogo.jpgsists of a set of classroom-ready robot drones that will be delivered to their school to help jump start STEAM activities in the classroom. Jon Corippo, CUE Director of Academic Innovation explained: “We realize that Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math -- also known as STEAM -- is very interesting to many teachers, but what holds them back from getting started is the investment the hardware and supplies require.” CUE decided to help schools tackle this issue by developing the CUE STEAMpunk Program. CUE will ship a set of devices to an educator or school site for a three-week interval. “Four or five drones is enough to get some stations going and to let the kids and the educators see what the device will really do in a full-class session,” Corippo said. “The goal is to get tools in the hands of educators and administrators so they can test drive them and feel confident if they decide to purchase them down the road.”

 

The initial CUE STEAMpunk Mobile Lab features the easy-to-use and versatile Sphero robotic ball (generously donated by Sphero) and features a “Quick start guide” and fun custom startup lessons authored by Dr. Sam Patterson (@sampatue). The CUE STEAMpunk Program currently has two Mobile Labs (with five Spheros each), which can be reserved by filling out a request at CUE.org/steampunk. There are three requirements for reserving one of the Mobile Labs from the STEAMpunk Program. First, materials/devices must be kept in good condition. Second, they must be returned promptly. Third, the lessons must be documented in some way -- e.g., educators can send in pictures of the tools in action with students, can blog about the lesson, or they can provide details on Facebook or other social media sites. Complete instructions on documenting lessons are listed at CUE.org/steampunk. The Sphero kits already have a waiting list, so educators should “CUE up” right away.

 

The CUE STEAMpunk experts: Brian Briggs (@bribriggs), Vicki Sedgwick (@visionsbyvicky) and Sara Boucher (@msgeekyteach) are busy creating more Mobile Labs, with rumors of quadcopters, droids and other geeky tools running rampant. The CUE STEAMpunk Program will have a STEAMpunk Showcase at the CUE 2016 National Conference, March 17 - 19, in Palm Springs, California.

 

To reserve a Mobile Stem Lab, visit: CUE.org/STEAMpunk (currently booked through Jan. 2016) and check out one educator's experience with CUE STEAMpunk on the CUE Blog.

 

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About CUE

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




November 10, 2015
CUE Announces Hadi Partovi as Keynote Speaker for 2016 National Conference


Walnut Creek, Calif., November 10, 2015 -- CUE confirmed that entrepreneur, co-founder and president of Code.org® Hadi Partovi will Keynote the CUE 2016 National Conference, March 17-19, in Palm Springs, California.

 

Hadi Partovi will deliver the keynote address during Friday’s General Session on March 18, 2016, from 8:00 - 9:45 am. More than 6,000 attendees are expected at this year’s event, which is the largest Educational Technology conference in the Western U.S. This year’s conference marks CUE’s 38th year of inspiring innovative learners. 

 

Partovi’s nonprofit, Code.org®, launched in 2013 and is dedicated to “growing computer science education and to increasing participation in computer science by women and underrepresented students of color.” Its vision is that every student in every school should have the opportunity to learn computer science and that computer science should be part of a school’s core curriculum, alongside other courses such as biology, chemistry or algebra.

 

CUE Full Conference registration includes the Welcome Session Keynote, General Session Keynote and Closing Session Keynotes, over 300 speaker presentations, CUE Tips, Poster Sessions, the Diverse Learners Symposium, the Information Literacy Summit, CUE Student-Powered Showcase, CUE STEAMpunk playground and 100,000 square feet of vendor displays with the latest in educational technology. Visit cue.org/national to register.

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About CUE

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

 

About the CUE National Conference

The CUE National Conference is the largest and oldest education technology conference in California and among the largest in the United States with more than 6,000 teachers and administrators attending annually. To register or for more information, visit www.cue.org/national  | #cue16