OnCUE

7 Ways CUE Made Me a Better Teacher

By Nancy Minicozzi, CUE Member and Guest Blogger When I started the Innovative Educators Advanced Studies Certificate (IEASC), I expected to learn about innovative educational techniques. After all, it was in the name of the program. And since...

CUE the Lights…on With the Show!

Preview of CUE CEO Mike Lawrence’s UpFront Column in the upcoming Summer 2013 issue of the OnCUE Journal.   While my parents weren’t classroom teachers, it is clear looking back that they understood the power of media as an...

Autonomy for Teachers Breeds Growth and...

By CUE Guest Blogger Principal Eric Sheninger At the suggestion of several of my teacher leaders, I decided to employ a job-embedded growth model. They wanted time to expand professional growth opportunities, see how to integrate Web2.0 tools...

Empowering the Learning Cycle Through...

Captured on March 15, 2013, in Palm Springs, California, Ramsey Musallam, a California-based high school chemistry teacher, shares tools and discusses the principles and practices of teaching utilizing the technology of videos in creating...

2013 CUE Annual Conference – Common...

March 14, 2013 kicking off the Annual CUE Conference, teacher Catlin Tucker, kickoff keynote speaker, shares her perspectives on embracing the Common Core Standards as a transformative leap in teaching and learning. Keynote Session Description:...

The Flipped Classroom: Beyond the Videos...

By CUE guest blogger Catlin Tucker In my presentations on the flipped classroom model, I advocate for 3 things I believe will make this model more appealing to educators who are new to the flipped classroom. 1.  Take advantage of ready-to-use...