What does a CUE Conference look and feel like?
Deadline for the CUE 2016 FALL Conference submissions has passed
Concurrent Sessions & CUE Tips: June 1, 2016
All speakers who submit will be notified the end of July 2016
We look forward to seeing you at the CUE 2016 Fall Conference, October 28–29, in the Napa Valley, CA. For information please contact the CUE office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 925.478.3460
Types of Sessions
Current Topics of Interest to CUE Members
For every conference, the Conference Chair and Speaker Coordinator review the strands for session proposals. Changes are made in the strands to meet current trends and needs of conference attendees. The Conference Committee and CUE Board note areas in which there seems to be a need for information at conferences and ask that good presenters be found if possible. This dynamic exchange of needs and ideas helps to keep conferences fresh and timely. CUE is currently looking for sessions on diversity, Common Core State Standards alignment, standards, Critical Thinking, Communication, Collaboration, Creativity, and assessment analysis, and developing Future Ready schools. Further, we are seeking sessions delving into emerging technologies such as gaming in education, coding/programming, personal learning device, lesson design, and assistive technology.
CUE Member Preference
CUE Conferences are member-to-member events. Members will be given preference as speakers.
Tips for Selected Speakers
Once you are ready with your presentation, plan to visit your room before you present and to practice on any equipment you will be using. Presenters only have fifteen minutes prior to the presentation; prepare in advance. The capacity of your room is stated in the acceptance letter. Post your handouts by emailing your URL to the CUE office at email@example.com. Be sure to have fun with the presentation. All of us who volunteer for CUE greatly enjoy your participation.