• Maureen Brown Yoder

    Maureen Brown Yoder Professor, Educational Technology Department Lesley University 2003 MassCUE Pathfinder Award Recipient What is the one thing you are really passionate about? Learning. I am so fortunate that my career involves constant…

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  • Martin R. Geoghegan

    Martin R. Geoghegan Principal John T. Nichols, Jr. Middle Schools Middleborough, MA What is the one thing you are really passionate about? I am most passionate about student learning. I am always trying to…

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  • Meet the 2015 Grant Recipients

    Meet the 2015 Grant Recipients Congratulations to the 2015 MassCUE Grant Winners. Each recipient has a great story to tell. See how these grants were utilized to make a difference in…

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  • The Makerspace Phenomenon

    By Cathy Collins The difficulty lies not so much in developing new ideas as in escaping from old ones.   — John Maynard Keynes Makerspaces are all the rage these days, and…

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  • Beyond a Number

    This morning I greeted many students at 7:30. The MCAS minion was ready to serve them. I was wearing a full minion costume since I…

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  • Kevin Crowthers

    Kevin Crowthers Upper School Science Worcester Academy Independent 6-12 School What is the one thing you are really passionate about? I love Biology. I love learning about Biology and being able to share the…

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  • Out of the Vacuum

    I recently received a blog article from ISTE about being prepared for tech month. Barry Bachenheimer wrote, “You can’t make…

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  • Jonathan Schmid

    Jonathan Schmid Director of Innovation & Technology Meadowbrook School of Weston, Independent K-8 School MassCUE: So Jonathan, what is one thing that you are really passionate about? Jonathan: I’m excited about…

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  • Using research and data to define and measure success (on your terms!).

    Using research and data to define and measure success (on your terms!). Message Body : Chances are, as a school administrator…

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  • The Case for Free

    Have you ever been approached by someone with that “too good to be true” offer? Most people will probably answer…

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  • 60 Seconds

    Though the statistics are staggering I have begun to think about the world my students…

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  • Finding Voice: Appreciating the Audience Summary

    Six students crowd around a wooden, kidney shaped table. Each is excited to share a story that they have been…

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