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Southeastern MA SIG (SEMSIG)

Southeastern MA SIG (SEMSIG)

The MassCUE Southeastern MA SIG (SEMSIG) has a set purpose and mission for area district tech leaders and IT Specialists to get together and share common concerns in our districts, learn new technologies, share ideas for technology integration and discuss ways to meet the technology standards in education today.

SIG Leaders

We welcome new members and encourage anyone interested in learning about best-practice modeling for the use of technology in our schools to join us each month. Please email or call to let us know you are coming so we can plan for materials.

We feature guests speaking on digital media topics such as digital storytelling, digital still cameras and video cameras, and digital media software. Our group meets approximately every other month. SEMSIG notes [7] are available online.

Meeting Location

SEMSIG meets monthly during the regular school year. We meet at a different location each month (e.g. North Attleborough, Norton, Franklin, Plainville and Foxborough ). Typically our meetings start at 9:30 a.m. and end at 11:30 a.m.

Meeting Dates for 2018-2019

All meetings are held the second Thursday of the month at 9:30
Please contact SIG leaders for more information.

About MassCUE Special Interest Groups (SIGs)

MassCUE Special Interest Groups (SIGs) represent a growing network of connected educators, serving every grade level and subject area. Our objective is to transform education by sharing, collaborating and providing professional growth opportunities that affect best practices.

We encourage new SIGs to consider focusing on using 21st Century tools to promote critical thinking and globalization. No matter the type of SIG, the focus should be to develop pedagogy that integrates technology, improving teaching and learning. MassCUE SIGs provide the opportunity for educators to achieve this goal throughout our organization and state.

View a complete list of MassCUE SIGs [8] and learn more about the MassCUE SIG Committee [9].