• Strategic Plan

    For those invested in educational innovation across Massachusetts, MassCUE is a resource-rich, vibrant network of educators, who provide New England’s premiere educational technology conference; provides ongoing, high-quality professional learning opportunities; fosters collaboration and builds community connection in physical and virtual spaces; recognizes innovation, excellence and courage through awards, grants, scholarships and publicity; advocates for strategic […]

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  • Tracy Sockalosky

    Tracy Sockalosky is a 7th grade Social Studies teacher and the Social Studies Curriculum Leader at Wilson Middle School in Natick, MA. In her 18th year in education, Tracy has served as a classroom teacher and as an instructional technology specialist. Tracy’s educational goal is to cultivate her students into global citizens and her particular […]

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    Jacqueline Prester

    Jacqueline Prester is a business teacher and instructional technology specialist at Mansfield High School. She has been nationally recognized for her contributions to education in the areas of technology, financial literacy, entrepreneurship, and STEM integration. In addition to serving on the Board of Directors and as the Treasurer for MassCUE, she also serves on the […]

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  • Jennifer Scheffer

      Jennifer Scheffer Mobile Learning Coach Burlington Public Schools   What is the one thing you are really passionate about? My entire teaching career I’ve been passionate about creating real-world learning opportunities for students. I believe it’s imperative students see a clear connection between what they learn in the classroom and how they can apply […]

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  • Getting the Most Out of MassCUE Winter Camp: Featuring Google Apps for Education (or any conference for that matter.)

    By Jonathan Schmid We’re looking forward to this year’s Google-themed February break workshop, MassCUE Winter Camp. Building off of last year’s Googlepalooza, we were struck with the overwhelming response by educators excited to take a day from their February break to dive into using Google Apps for Education to enhance and transform teaching and learning. […]

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  • We Are All Self-Directed Learners Now

    We are experiencing a renaissance of information and ideas with our country’s leading educational institutions like Harvard, MIT, and Stanford offering Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs).  The introduction of Apple’s iPad released April 3, 2010, has ushered in new era of popular interest in the quality of software development in all sectors of life, including […]

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