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    2021 Spring Election – Meet the Candidates

    This spring we will elect three (3) officers to the MassCUE Board. Below you will find this year’s candidates. Please take a few minutes to read through their information. The voting window will open on April 16th and close on April 23rd. A link for the ballot will be sent out to our membership at […]

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    Digital Literacy & Computer Science PD Opportunity

    We are pleased to announce a unique opportunity for Massachusetts educators to bring Digital Literacy and Computer Science skills to their classrooms! This comprehensive list of professional development offerings is generously funded by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) through the DLCS Professional Development & Devices Grant awarded to CSforMA, Inc. Educators […]

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  • New Planning Program Offered by MassCUE and Sun Associates

    New Planning Program Offered by MassCUE and Sun Associates Leveraging Education Technologies for the New School Year is a 5-session facilitated workshop series – with associated consulting time – that will bring together a team of planners from each participating district to begin to chart out some of the key issues and processes that lie […]

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    April Featured Educator – Pam Vallee

    MassCUE is pleased to announce Pam Vallee as April’s Featured Educator! As Lunenburg Middle High School’s Library Media Specialist, she serves many roles in her support of teachers and students alike. Pam collaborates with numerous teachers on various projects, ranging from historical research to designing podcasts. She helps classes and individual students discover the best […]

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    Tech Tip Tuesdays

    Welcome to this week’s Tech Tip! Follow @masscue on Twitter on Tuesdays for quick tech tips designed to support you in your virtual teaching or visit the Tech Tip Tuesdays archive for more quick tech ideas. We guarantee it’s better than tacos!        

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  • Keeping Students and Families STEM-spired

    By clearly identifying goals and assets, Elementary STEM Integration Specialist Heidi MacGregor shares a framework by which she developed four STEAM-related activities for parents and students in light of the restrictions and challenges presented by the pandemic. Repost: Originally published on November 30, 2020 by School Rubric. Heidi MacGregor is the K-5 STEM Integration Specialist for Littleton […]

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    March Featured Educator – Laura Gustafson

    Laura Gustafson isn’t a teacher who just “sits” still! She is a mover and a shaker that you may find dressed up, singing, dancing, reading aloud and connecting with her students. She is also sure to give each and every student a ‘shout out’ and is tuned in so each student knows that they matter.  […]

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    MassCUE Spring Elections — Nominations are now open until March 31, 2021.

    MassCUE Spring Elections — Nominations are now open until midnight on March 31, 2021. This spring, we will appoint up to seven members to the MassCUE Board of Directors. Any MassCUE community member who meets the eligibility requirements and is interested in serving on the Board is encouraged to nominate him/her/themself or another eligible person. […]

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    Tech Tip Tuesdays

    Are you an educator looking for quick tech ideas? Welcome to Tech Tip Tuesday! Follow @masscue on Twitter on Tuesdays for quick tech tips designed to support you in your virtual teaching. We guarantee it’s better than tacos!            

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    February Featured Educator – Jaime Steinbach

    The challenges of this school year are incomparable to any we’ve ever seen, but with everything educators have faced there has also been an opportunity to grow. Jaime Steinbach of Mansfield Public schools is a music educator who met the challenges of remote learning head on to support both her students and her school.  Thrust […]

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    January Featured Educator – Deanna Magill

    The students at Pierce Middle School in Milton, Massachusetts are taking project-based learning to the next level, thanks to this month’s Featured Educator, Deanna Magill. Following a student-centered approach, Deanna is a facilitator who guides her students through their exploration and discovery of all things STEAM.  Four years ago Deanna received a grant to join […]

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    Announcing PD at your Pace!

    In response to the challenges educators currently face, MassCUE has developed a series of self-paced, hybrid style opportunities! Our Tech4You workshops offer flexibility to both participants and instructors, while continuing to include the critical content and strategies required of today’s hybrid, face to face and remote teaching environments.  More information may be found HERE.     […]

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