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Current CUE member (through Oct. 31, 2016)
|New/renewing CUE member||$245||$185|
*Saturday only registration - Please note sponsors are not at the conference Saturday.
Sponsors are only at the conference on Friday.
The CUE 2016 Fall Conference Online Program is available at fall.cue.org
A nonprofit educational corporation founded in 1978, CUE's goal is to inspire innovative learners in all disciplines from preschool through college. With an active current membership of thousands of educational professionals, CUE supports many regional affiliates and Learning Networks. CUE conferences are California’s premier educational technology events.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Educators, technology coordinators, TOSAs, administrators, and those who are looking to see how technology can support student achievement. Many sessions and exhibits will be of special value to those involved in Title I, School Improvement Program, Data and Assessment, Future Ready, English Language Development (ELD), Special Needs, and GATE. Thousands of teachers, administrators, students, parents, and other professionals will attend the two-day conference.
Concurrent sessions are one or two-hour presentations that address all areas of the curriculum and appeal to a variety of teachers. Sessions may be given by a single speaker, team or panel who can address the needs of the novice user of educational technology as well as the more experienced professional.
Keynote speakers present each day at the conference. Keynotes are sought from both inside and outside California and bring a national perspective to CUE.
Since 2001, students have participated at the CUE Conference, sharing their technology-integrated curriculum projects with conference attendees. Over the years, projects have explored how technology has made a difference for California students. The Showcase has been re-imagined to reflect today’s focus on STEAM, the Maker Movement and Common Core. Along with these changes, comes a new title – CUE Student-Powered Showcase (SPS). Students will undertake activities that challenge their minds, and perhaps, their bodies. Get interactive with students on Saturday creating and learning together!
CUE STEAMpunk PLAYGROUND
Top STEAM teachers will lead on-going, hands-on sessions featuring tools like robots and flying drones, Minecraft, 3D printing coding, and programming as well as share "quick start" lesson plan resources that work at grade levels from Kindergarten through college. Stop by to see the future of teaching that you can join right now at the CUE STEAMpunk Playground. Learn by doing! Learn by building! Open Friday during the Fall Conference.
Looking to showcase your product or service with a one-hour session at the CUE 2016 Fall Conference in Napa Valley? CUE is offering spaces for interested vendors to purchase sessions. The session will allow your corporation to present your product in the best possible light. A projector, screen, and a single wired internet drop is included. Your session(s) will be also included in the conference program and listed as commercial sessions (must be submitted by published deadlines). Certain sponsorships include sessions.
Friday only in the Administration Building & Building D, you have an opportunity to connect with vendors and get valuable information to enhance your conference experience. To download the sponsor form, please click here.
Boxed lunch on Friday and Saturday.
Coffee Friday and Saturday. Friday morning in Building D, 3rd floor and Saturday morning in the Cafeteria.
For an additional fee, you may attend one of our academies and all-day workshops held throughout the two-day conference. Academies/workshops hold 20-36 registrants. These are hands-on training to complement your regular conference registration.
You must be a current member at the time of the conference to qualify for the current membership rate. To confirm your membership, log in. Your membership expiration date appears in the top right box. If your membership expiration is October 31, 2016 or later, you are a current member. If it is not, you must pay the New/Renewing Member or Non-Member fee. Your membership expiration date can be found on the mailing label of your conference brochure.
To help us plan for special services, individuals with disabilities are requested to contact CUE by September 2, 2016. Please call Miriam Brutus at 925/478-7153 or firstname.lastname@example.org