Special Interest Groups Committee

The MassCUE Special Interest Groups (SIG) Committee develops and supports the network of Special Interest Groups (SIG) and to communicate and coordinate with SIG Leaders. Our objective is to transform education by sharing, collaborating and providing professional growth opportunities that affect best practices.

Committee Responsibilities

MassCUE Special Interest Groups (SIGs) represent a growing network of connected educators, serving every grade level and subject area. Our objective is to transform education by sharing, collaborating and providing professional growth opportunities that affect best practices.

We encourage new SIGs to consider focusing on using 21st Century tools to promote critical thinking and globalization. No matter the type of SIG, the focus should be to develop pedagogy that integrates technology, improving teaching and learning. MassCUE SIGs provide the opportunity for educators to achieve this goal throughout our organization and state.

The role of this committee is to develop and support the network of Special Interest Groups (SIG) and to communicate and coordinate with SIG Leaders. On this committee you can attend and actively participate in meetings and respond/ contribute to electronic discussions! We are looking for people to start their own SIG! Think about your special interests and join a SIG today!

Each MassCUE Committee is made up of a dedicated team of volunteers. The following make up the current Special Interest Group Committee Chairs and Committee Members.

Chair(s)

Karen McGrath

Karen has served on the MassCUE Board of Directors since 2015. Currently she serves as the Chair of Special Interest…

Members

  • Julia Colby
  • Deb Klier
  • Grace Magley
  • Kim Zajac 

 

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Become a SIG Leader

Do you have an idea for a SIG which you would like to lead? Each SIG is led by a leader or leaders who plan and coordinate activities for the group. Learn more about how you can become a SIG leader.

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