• CUEup

    Join us for a CUEup April 25

    Network with fellow edtech educators and enjoy a fun night out at our MassCUE CUEup on Thursday, April 25 from 5:00 to 8:00…

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  • Grants

    2024 Classroom Grant Recipients

    Congratulations to our 2024 Grant Recipients From drones, to podcasting, to laser cutting, educators from around the commonwealth will be introducing their…

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  • MassCUE Spring Conference 2024

    Register for the MassCUE Spring Conference

    Register for the MassCUE Spring Conference Registration is open for the MassCUE Spring Conference. Set for Friday, May 31…

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    MassCUE Board of Directors Election: Voting April 8th through April 12th

    MassCUE Board of Directors Election: Voting Opens April 8th It’s election season at MassCUE! This spring, MassCUE members will elect four (4) members to the Board of Directors. Voting will take place from Monday, April 8 to Friday, April 12, 2024. A link for the ballot will be sent out to MassCUE members at that time. Your membership must be valid before April 1, 2024 in order to be eligible to vote. You may log in to your membership profile to make sure your membership is current. The MassCUE Board of Directors plays a key role in the strategic direction of the organization. This year we are pleased to announce we have five candidates running for the opportunity to share their time and talents with MassCUE. MEET THE CANDIDATES Joli Boucher Joli Boucher currently serves as the Elementary Library and Technology Department Head for the Plymouth Public Schools. She is a Google for Education Champion, a Google Trainer and Innovator, a leader of the GEG New England, a METAA CTO certificate holder, Apple Teacher, Seesaw Ambassador, Magic School Pioneer, Common Sense Media Educator, GoGuardian Teacher, Screencastify Genius, BrainPOP Educator, and more. With over 20 years of experience in education, Joli has shared her expertise as an instructional coach, graduate class instructor, a regional and national presenter, and a contributor to organizations including The Hechinger Report and ASCD Smart Brief. Joli received her BA in Elementary Education from Purdue University and her M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instructional Technology from Framingham State University. Megan Bounit Megan Bounit is an experienced school leader with two decades of work in independent, charter, and public PreK-12 and PreK-8 schools where she has engaged faculty, staff, administrators, and students and their families to extend the schools’ responsible and creative use of educational technology. As a lifelong learner, active community member, and School Reform Initiative-trained facilitator, she is deeply committed to her own professional development and personal growth, both as a leader in technology and as an advocate for equity, inclusion, and belonging in academic environments. Patient, positive, passionate, and enthusiastic, Megan strives to support diverse learners in the classroom and motivate and support educators and leaders in organizations whose missions aligns with her core values. Sarah Boyle Sarah Boyle is an enthusiastic Technology Integration Specialist who has been working at Milford Public Schools since 2014. She is a Google Certified Trainer, Seesaw Ambassador, and Pear Deck Coach. Sarah earned MEd degrees in Educational Technology and Teaching English as a Second Language and holds Massachusetts teaching licenses in Instructional Technology, English as a Second Language, and Elementary Education. She is also a visiting instructor at Framingham State University. Sarah is passionate about planning, creating, and delivering professional development opportunities focused on bringing technology into classrooms in purposeful ways to enhance learning. She also models best practices that ensure student access, engagement, and choice. Sarah has over 10 years of elementary classroom teaching experience where she pioneered integrating available technology devices and platforms into instruction and routines. Sarah is a born-and-raised farm girl from Maryland and currently lives in Massachusetts with her husband, two children, and their two dogs. Tina Mahaney Tina Mahaney is presently the Director of Technology for Gill-Montague Regional School District in Western Massachusetts. She is a MassCUE Administrator Award recipient in 2023 and has served in the role of technology director for various schools/districts for more than 20 years. Her work as an instructional technologist began with a degree from Teachers College, Columbia University in New York and continued with her doctoral studies at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. She has taught and worked as a technologist in higher education, post-secondary, vocational, and now K-12 – pursuing growth and learning in schools through the use of technology by design. Colleen Terrill Colleen Terrill is currently the Director of Innovative Learning and Technology for Mendon Upton Regional School District. She provides ongoing professional development for teachers in her district where she focuses on the importance of balance between technology and curriculum. Colleen is a regular presenter at regional and national conferences where she focuses on educational technology and leadership. She is a member of the MassCUE Board of Directors where she serves as co-chair of the Influence and Advocacy (I & A) Committee, co-chair of the Communications Committee and liaison for the Special Interest Group SCITT. She is also a member of the International Society for Technology Educators (ISTE) and MA Educational Technology Administrators Association (METAA) where she is also a Board member. She recently received her METAA CTO certificate.

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  • Influence and Advocacy

    I&A Update: Support the Affordable Connectivity Program

    April 2024 I&A Update: Support the Affordable Connectivity Program EducationSuperHighway continues to work to close the digital divide…

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  • Better Together

    Better Together: “AI” Virtual Panel Discussion – Registration Open

    Virtual Panel Discussion AI: Impact on Education MassCUE is joining forces with educational organizations from across the commonwealth to…

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  • MassCUE Special Interest Groups

    MassCUE’s New SIG: AI in Schools

    Join AI in Schools — The Newest MassCUE Special Interest Group Explore the opportunities and challenges of AI in education…

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    MassCUE 2024 Spring Elections: Nominations Open Through 3/25

    MassCUE 2024 Spring Elections Nominations Open February 26 through March 25, 2024 Do you want to grow your professional…

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  • BSU and MassCUE

    BSU Instructional Technology Information Sessions 3/20 or 3/21

    Bridgewater State University Graduate Credit Information Sessions MassCUE and Bridgewater State University will offer two…

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  • MassCUE Spring Conference 2024

    Deadline Extended to Submit a Proposal to Present at Spring Conference

    Proposal Deadline Extended to March 8, 2024: Submit a Proposal to Present at the MassCUE Spring Conference The deadline to…

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  • Influence and Advocacy

    I&A Update: Changes to the Kids Online Safety Act

    March 2024 I&A Update: Changes to the Kids Online Safety Act Future Privacy Forum (FPF) recently shared information on the changes…

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  • MassCUE Spring Conference 2024

    Present at the MassCUE Spring Conference

    Present at the MassCUE Spring Conference MassCUE invites you to be a part of our Spring Conference lineup! We…

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