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The Flipped Classroom: Beyond the Videos –...

By CUE guest blogger Catlin Tucker An interesting blog post by Shelley Blake-Plock titled “The Problem with TED Ed” got me thinking about the flipped classroom model and how it is being defined. I have experience flipping my own...

2013 CUE Annual Conference Keynote: Kevin...

Captured on March 16, 2013 closing the Annual CUE Conference, Kevin Honeycutt inspires and engages attendees. Amazing, not to miss talk… Session Description: This keynote is funny and a fun look at the amazing things that happen when...

Blended Learning – A Bright Spot in Education

By CUE guest blog writer Michael B. Horn Blended Learning – People are fond of complaining about the dire policy environment for education in California. From funding woes to restrictive regulations, California seems to have the deck...

Common Core Standards Featured Prominently...

Educational leaders know that any change in pedagogy, standards and assessment would require large doses of quality professional development to implement effectively. So what do you do when all three are changing? Send your team to the CUE...

From Blended Learning to a Robust...

Part 2 of 2 – by Catherine Banker and David Tokofsky Applying technology to create the most effective blended learning environment should begin with asking a lot of questions of experts in education and technology. It’s easy to think that...

Common Core Standards and Technology –...

Part 1 of 2 – by Catherine Banker and David Tokofsky It requires a robust infrastructure and thoughtful planning to implement 1-on-1 student-to-computer ratios in order to deliver new common core standards, new content, and new testing...