MassCUE Featured Educators: Recipes for Inspiration

Each month, MassCUE recognizes teachers who embrace innovative practices using technology in the classroom. With a focus on student outcomes, these teachers embody MassCUE’s  mission  to “Educate, Connect, Inspire”

This year, we have had no shortage of dedicated individuals who are making a difference every day in the lives of countless students. MassCUE is proud to recognize these educators for their commitment to their students and fellow educators. A heartfelt thanks goes out to all of our Featured Educators! Your passion and enthusiasm to Educate, Connect and Inspire is making a difference for students and teachers everywhere!

Click on the image of each Featured Educator below to learn more.

In January, MassCUE recognized Colleen Terrill and Suzy Brooks from the Mashpee Public Schools.

John Heffernan MassCUE Featured Educator

MassCUE was pleased to announce John Heffernan, Ph.D. from the Anne T Dunphy School in Williamsburg, MA as the Featured Educator for February 2017.

March brought us Stephanie Gosselin, the Digital Learning Specialist in Westford Public Schools.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As the Featured Educator for April, Kelly Chambers from the Judge Baker Children’s Center has a passion in teaching which has always been to encourage and promote students’ independent learning skills.

Charles Osgood, the Computer Technology/Robotics Teacher from North Reading Middle School, was the MassCUE Featured Educator for May.

June’s Featured Educator, Kim DeLeo, is the Technology Teacher & Technology Integration Specialist from the Dr. Kevin M. Hurley Middle School.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As MassCUE’s Featured Educator for September, Stacy Newman, Instructional Technology Specialist from Sharon High School, is passionate about supporting teachers.

Who will be the next MassCUE Featured Educator?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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