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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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    Reflections of 2020 from a Teacher-to-Be

    by Adele Julien Graduate Student – Northeastern University The year 2020 has truly been a rollercoaster of a year and some days (weeks? months?) I would give anything to get off of the ride. As a preservice teacher I have been able to reflect and discuss with classmates, professors, and friends about how this year […]

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    December Featured Educator – Jessica Lazarus

    Ded·i·cat·ed /ˈdedəˌkādəd/ adjective (of a person) devoted to a task or purpose; having single-minded loyalty or integrity. This is the definition of one who is committed wholeheartedly to whatever they set out to do. In education, a dedicated teacher can make such an impact on students and colleagues alike. Jessica Lazarus, our Featured Educator for […]

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    November Featured Educator – Melissa Hall

    When we think of a motivated educator, we often wonder what inspires them and how they do all that they do for their students. Those who focus on learning experiences seemingly have the recipe for success. Melissa Hall is such an educator. As a high school math teacher, Melissa brings engaging and rich ideas to […]

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  • ACTEM Virtual Conference

    The ACTEM virtual conference is just around the corner (Oct. 20-21, 2020 ) ACTEM has a great lineup of over 60 workshop sessions plus two outstanding keynote speakers. Just what educators need in this time of remote learning. ACTEM is offering our conference this year for FREE to all current members. If you are not […]

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  • October Featured Educator – Mary Marotta

    Congratulations to Mary Marotta, MassCUE’s Featured Educator for October, 2020! While creativity and innovation have been a conversation in education for a while now, there has never been more of a need to put these skills into practice than there is now. Mary has gone above and beyond in meeting this need in support of teachers […]

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  • Grab and Grow PD Offerings from TeachersConnect

    MassCUE is collaborating with TeachersConnect to offer timely bit-sized instruction in 15/20- minute segments. Teachers take courses designed and vetted by other practicing teachers. Take a course today and start implementing in your classroom tomorrow. Check out these new offerings so you can GROW! More information about Grab and Grow HERE.         […]

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  • Back to School Twitter Chat

    Check out the Back to School #MassCUE Twitter Chat! It was held August 25, 2020. Erin Fisher and John O’Neill serve as regular co-moderators of the monthly Twitter Chat. Nili Bartley guest hosted this amazing conversation! Check out the Wakelet of the chat! 

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  • Self-paced workshops for teachers!

    The hybrid model is here! #MassCUE has created dynamic learning experiences for educators teaching online. Workshops are self paced with opportunities for Q&A. Take 1 or all 5! Registration starts 9/21. Learn more about this fantastic opportunity HERE.          

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  • Self-paced workshops for districts!

    In response to school districts throughout Massachusetts, MassCUE4You instructors have designed self-paced workshops to help educators hone their skills in a variety of areas when teaching online. Learn more about this fantastic opportunity HERE.          

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  • Special General Meeting

    The MassCUE Board of Directors is calling for a short General Meeting (30-45 minutes) on Monday, September 21, 2020 at 7 pm. More info

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