• Spoonful of Sugar

    By Rayna Freedman Students walk into a classroom, eyes full of wonder. They see computer pods set up and running, enticing their curiosity for how they will be used. Parents have received emails about setting up a Google Drive account for their child. Mobi views, a document camera, and a SMARTboard all sit ready to […]

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  • Educators as Rock Stars

    By Cathy Collins Up until this week, the closest I’d ever come to rock star status was extremely peripherally, as the teenage girlfriend of the drummer in a popular rock band in the Gulf Coast, Florida hometown where I spent my junior and senior high school years. This somewhat dubious honor included sharing the passenger […]

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  • CUE Rock Star Camp Reflections from an Innocent Bystander

    By Shelley Chamberlain I will be honest. I did not participate in the 3-day CUE Rock Star Camp this past week (Aug. 4-6) in Bedford, MA, but I did get a chance to be a voyeur and observe. What I saw was amazing! What is Rock Star Camp you ask? Jon Corippo from CUE (the ISTE […]

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  • The Science, Technology, Literacy Connection

    If a piece of toast covered with jelly falls to the floor, which side will it land on? This was the question we broke into groups to answer as part of our “Science Ambassador” training. As a library media specialist, I am used to referring to reference sources, print or online, to answer such questions. […]

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  • 2015 Edcamp Boston

    It’s mostly true that Educational Technology Conferences and Workshops are very exciting, both the lead-up hype and the actual day’s events. What is even truer, though, is that the people who attend Educational Technology conferences are generally fun, energetic, creative, and hard-working educators. Enter Edcamp. With Edcamp, these fun, energetic, creative, and hard-working people have […]

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  • 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 learning. If you are reading this than you are also involved with technology, which, as you know, is always changing and […]

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  • Grants

    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 the classroom and in these students lives. Grant Recipient #1 Laurena Mott Joseph W. Martin Elementary School 37 Landry Avenue North Attleboro, MA 02760 Grant […]

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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 helping students become creators by using technology, and having them use it to express themselves by creating new things and unlocking the excitement that […]

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  • There and Back Again: A Technology Director’s Tale

    Beginning in 2013, the theme of our seven half-day trainings with staff has been “Integration.” Any coach or director that planned a half-day training was free to take this theme and apply it to their subject area however they saw fit. As the Technology Integration Director, my focus was on “Integration of Technology Into Specialty […]

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  • Is Coffee All We Have in Common with Curriculum

    This past April, I attended a pair of technology conferences that I had expected going in, would have some degree of overlap. Aside from offering free coffee, the topics, attendees and themes varied widely and didn’t mesh at all. On Thursday, April 10th, I attended a conference offered by the Massachusetts Educational Technology Administrators Association […]

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  • Grants

    Meet the 2014 Grant Recipients

    Meet the 2014 Grant Recipients Congratulations to the 2014 MassCUE Grant Winners. Each recipient has a great story to tell. See how these grants were utilized to make a difference in the classroom and in their students lives. Grant Recipient #1 Kristin Bergeron, Technology Integration Specialist Falmouth Public School 62 Old Main Rd North Falmouth, […]

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  • 20 Education Technology Tools Everybody Should Know About

    Although educators tend to feel like they are left all on their own to deal with students that are getting crazier by the day, there are plenty of technology resources that can make their teaching job more effective. Educators should definitely start using some of the online solutions that are meant to promote modern education […]

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