• Making the Most of MassCUE Fall Conference Tips for Attendees

    Making the Most of MassCUE’s Fall Conference

    Attendees to MassCUE’s Annual Fall Conference at Gillette Stadium on October 18 – 19th will want to make the most of New England’s largest educational technology conference by following some simple tips. Meet and connect with amazing people, find out about innovative products, and learn new ways to utilize digital tools in meaningful ways. With a […]

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  • Transforming Traditional Lab Space in Needham

    MassCUE Learning Tour – Needham, MA MassCUE organizes Learning Tours in districts throughout the state to showcase best practices in instructional technology and promote professional connections and collegiality discussions among educators. Guest blogger, Mary Werlin, shares her recent experience after attending a Learning tour hosted by Erin Mack, Instructional Technology Specialist of High Rock School in Needham, MA.   Sixth […]

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  • John Heffernan MassCUE Featured Educator

    John Heffernan

    MassCUE is pleased to announce John Heffernan, Ph.D. from the Anne T Dunphy School in Williamsburg, MA as the Featured Educator for February 2017. What are you passionate about?  Toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergartners are natural engineers.  They love sand castles, blocks, fairy houses, and other projects that support their creative, fantasy play.  We support this […]

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  • Mission Critical: How Educators Can Help Save Democracy

    This article originally appeared on NovemberLearning “At present, we worry that democracy is threatened by the ease at which disinformation about civic issues is allowed to spread and flourish. …If the children are the future, the future might be very ill-informed.” —Stanford History Education Group, 2016. How would you feel if you discovered that 70% […]

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  • Edcamp Northshore opening session

    Tips Plan and Host your First Edcamp

    Gear Up to Host your First EdCamp With a bit of planning, hosting your first Edcamp can lead to an energizing day filled with meaningful learning for your fellow educators. I was part of a team that ran our first-ever Edcamp North Shore in Lynnfield Public Schools and wanted to share some of the steps […]

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