• Teachers Connect Open Mic Series

    It’s been a tough spring and the new school year promises to continue to put teachers and learners to the test. Breathe. Stretch. Treat yourself right. You got this…and we got YOU! Sign up today for two webinars designed to help you start the new school year with strategies for you and your students. These […]

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  • Continued response to COVID-19

    MassCUE is committed to support educators during these challenging times. Educators who are not MassCUE Members have been offered free Hoonuit memberships until June 30, 2020. Hoonuit has graciously extended this offer  to those who have signed up by June 30th until August 31, 2020. If you want to continue using Hoonuit as of Sept. […]

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  • Position Announcement: Learning Services Assistant

    MassCUE is seeking an individual with teaching experience to manage and coordinate all elements of its Professional Development offerings. The Learning Services Assistant (LSA) would manage all aspects of planning, producing and delivering a diversified event calendar that serves the MassCUE community across the many areas of the P-20 education environment. More information

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  • Statement from MassCUE Board of Directors

    June 2, 2020    As an organization serving educators across the Commonwealth, the MassCUE Board of Directors recognizes the escalating rise in tension around the country and locally. We stand with members of our communities who are suffering, whose voices are not being heard and who seek justice. We stand in solidarity with educators across the Commonwealth in asserting […]

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  • An Accidental Success

    by Chris Parker In a million years, I never imagined things would ever end up like this. I have been working in educational technology for 20+ yrs and for all that time, my job was to support students, teachers and staff in their classrooms and offices. Suddenly, we all moved our classrooms and offices, and […]

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  • Andrew Gentile

    May Featured Educator – Andrew Gentile

    Challenges can take on many forms, but who would ever have imagined the one we are all facing right now. The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in drastic measures to socially isolate and take precautions to limit the spread of this dreaded virus. School closures are just one of the many casualties of this battle against […]

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  • Shelagh St. Laurent

    April Featured Educator – Shelagh St. Laurent

    A digital learning coach can take on many roles. While most support other teachers, others take on additional roles as mentors, teach their own classes, and develop innovative practices for all of the above. This new kind of teacher has taken hold in districts that seek professional development from within. In her role as the […]

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  • Reflections of the 2020 Spring Conference

    by Beth Haselton On March 6th, 2020, Holy Cross played host to the annual MassCUE & MASCD Spring Leadership Conference.  The sun was shining, the facility was perfect and it was a great day for learning, listening and sharing.  At the event I had the pleasure of working as MassCUE’s Social Media Ambassador. This was […]

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  • Spring Election 2020 – Congratulations

    Chris Gosselin Position: President-Elect, Partial term My name is Chris Gosselin, and I am the Digital Learning Coach at the Sanborn Elementary School in the Andover Public Schools. Over my most recent term as an elected MassCUE Board Member, I successfully led the re-alignment of the Development and Outreach Committee, introduced the exciting new MassCUE […]

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  • Abbey Dick

    Aspiration and Inspiration

    by Abbey Dick On March 6, I was lucky enough to serve as a Social Media Ambassador at the MassCUE and MASCD’s 2020 Spring Conference, focused on a personalized approach to school change. It was a great day of learning and collaboration at Holy Cross. Here’s my main takeaway: Massachusetts schools are the best in […]

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  • Zak Kolar

    Zak Kolar

    Instilling a keen interest in problem-solving and critical thinking is a goal we have for our students; but when we combine problem-solving with creativity, student learning can reach new heights. Zak Kolar, the Digital Learning Teacher at Waltham’s Plympton Elementary School, knows just how to make this happen. An avid coder since the age of […]

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    by Diane Horvath Five years into the development of Blake Middle School’s Blaker Makerspace, we are still evolving as #MIP Makers-In-Progress. The space is changing as we add materials and expand instruction, and the students and teachers continue to work toward a maker mindset.  It is amazing to consider that it all started by simply […]

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