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CUE to Honor Education Heroes at 2016 National Conference

March 16, 2016

Palm Springs, California – CUE will honor 16 outstanding Ed Tech professionals during its National Conference in Palm Springs, March 17-19, 2016. These individuals are being recognized for infusing curriculum with technology, for leading through innovation, and for continually finding creative ways to help students succeed. Detailed award descriptions and history can be found at: www.cue.org/awards.

 

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Platinum Disks are CUE's highest award, awarded rarely and in recognition of career-long contributions.

Burt Lo

Director II, Digital Curriculum

Stanislaus County Office of Education

Vivian Goldschmidt

Project Specialist

Orange County Department of Education

 

 

GOLD DISK

Robert Craven | Senior Director, Technology at Tustin Unified School District.

Lisa DeLapo | Asst. Director of Technology, Lafayette School District

Genevieve Kahlweiss | Third Grade Teacher/ Digital Coach, Saint Columban School, Diocese of Orange

Donna Levy | Principal, Clark County School District - Las Vegas, Nevada  

Matt Miller | National CUE Conference Volunteer Chair, Grace Miller Elementary, Bonita Unified

Sharon Sutton | Consultant, 21st Century Learning

 

TILL – TECHNOLOGY IN LEARNING LEADERSHIP*

Gay Krause | Executive Director, Krause Center for Innovation  

 

LEGISLATOR OF THE YEAR/LEGISLATIVE ADVOCACY AWARDS*

Sunne McPeak | President and CEO, California Emerging Technology Fund

Mark Takano | Congressman for the 41st District of California, House of Representatives

 

OUTSTANDING EMERGING TEACHER*

Andrea Kamradt | Teacher, San Andreas High School, SBCUSD

 

OUTSTANDING TEACHER*

Margaret Agbowo-Onyewuenyi | Career Technical Education (CTE) Instructor, Berkeley Technology Academy, Berkeley Unified  

 

SITE LEADER OF THE YEAR

Amy Fadeji | Principal, Penngrove Elementary School, Petaluma City School District

ISTE’S MAKING IT HAPPEN  

Tim Landeck | Director of Technology Services, Pajaro Valley Unified School District

Christine Olmstead | Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services, Orange County Department of Education

 

Those winners marked with an ‘*’ above have been submitted for consideration to the International Society of Technology in Education (ISTE) for similar awards. ISTE will announce its winners at its annual conference in Denver, CO June 26 - 29, 2016. ISTE will also honor both of CUE’s Making IT Happen recipients at the event.

CUE thanks these educational heroes and their nominators for inspiring us with their innovations, their creativity and their integration of technology into curriculum and the educational process. For more information about the awards, please go to www.cue.org/awards.

 

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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 educators on the infusion of emerging technologies, we can help better prepare students for college and careers ahead. | www.cue.org