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Twitter is a Teacher Superpower! Part 3 of...

By CUE guest blogger Jo-Ann Fox Twitter has become a powerful place for educators to collaborate and to build a strong Personal Learning Network (PLN). Social media has redefined how teachers connect and collaborate with each other. At one time...

To Blog or Not To Blog Is No Longer a...

By CUE Member and guest blogger Jennifer Wagner As many of us begin our new school year, our plates are already full- piled high with things we already know we can’t get done: new students to get to know, new standards (for many), perhaps...

What’s a Personal Learning Network (PLN)...

Everyone knows there’s the J.L.A. (Justice League of America) and lately you’ve probably heard of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division), but the most important superhero organization that you can...

Core Leadership Summit 2013 on Blended and...

The 2013 Core Leadership Summit, titled “Blended and Personalized Learning: Conversations for 21st Century Learners,” offered almost 200 leaders and administrators three featured speakers Barbara Nemko, Alan November, Catlin Tucker; one panel...

Flip Your School! Systemic Approaches to the...

Flipped Classrooms—one of the latest buzzwords to hit education.  A trend?  Perhaps, but what it does allow is teachers to focus more on developing students’ skills and performance towards college and career readiness. You may see one or even...

Flipped Learning in the Elementary Classroom

By CUE guest author Lisa Highfill for the Spring OnCUE Journal When asked what I teach, I like to say I teach thinking—how to think, not what to think. I strive to support my students’ schemas for learning by using inquiry-based lessons, which...