• Using Chromebooks for Curation of Digital Portfolios

    The arrival of 15 Chromebooks was something of an oddity in our elementary school where we have primarily turned to Macbooks over the past few years as part of a technology adoption plan. My sixth graders were certainly intrigued as they saw the pile of stylish laptops in the classroom....

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  • Recognizing Our Lifelong Learners

    Are you a lifelong learner who uses digital resources to promote your teaching and student learning? Then the new MassCUE Digital Educator Recognition Program is for you! Since Fall 2018, the MassCUE Professional Development Committee has been developing a program to honor and recognize our members who are competent in...

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  • How to Create Google Forms Locked Mode Lessons

    Article by Laura Cahill Original post Engage Educate, January 25 2019 Reposted with permission Locked Mode Quiz is Released! Google released their long-awaited Locked Mode Quizzes for the Forms app this week and some of its implications are obviously useful for teachers. Being able to give a secure quiz on...

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  • Introducing Cybersecurity Concepts in the K-12 Classroom

    Article by Kristeen Shabram, March 29, 2019 reposted with permission from CSTA   As a Career and Technical Educator, equipping students with career-readiness skills, like communication, problem-solving, and collaboration, is my first-order priority in the classroom. While these skills focus on preparing students to be successful in the workforce, we...

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