The new and not-so-new connections with educators from around the country, innovative teaching strategies, state of the art technologies – it seems like just yesterday we were gathering at Gillette Stadium for our favorite time of the year.
The MassCUE Conference represents all that is good in education – where thousands of educators come together to kindle the flame of curiosity of how we can use innovative practices to engage and empower our students. As our conference grows, each year, we are welcoming more and more people from all around the country who are making the trek to Massachusetts each October (and not just for the foliage). At MassCUE, we are grateful for all of our friends around the country who have supported and promoted our work to change education for the better by attending our Fall Conference.
Whether you are new to MassCUE or a long-time attendee, we encourage you to stop by CUECentral (on the vendor floor, right in the middle!) to meet MassCUE Board and Committee Members. Swing by! Introduce yourself! Grab some swag! This year, we are pumped to have some brand new, hot-off-the-press logo stickers made by our friends at StickerMule.com … the will make your laptop look SO much cooler.
Also, we are so excited to announce a brand new space to interact with MassCUE – introducing CUEWest! On the west side of the stadium, representatives from the organization will be available in an informal environment to answer your questions about what MassCUE can do for you. After all, we are all about supporting your hard work transforming the lives of students. That’s what it’s all about, and we want to be a part of it.
Don’t forget to engage with us on social media (@MassCUE) on Twitter and Instagram during the conference. Be on the lookout for opportunities to win some sweet prizes! We cannot wait to see you in a week at Gillette for our favorite time of the year!
Chris Gosselin serves on the MassCUE Board of Directors and is the Digital Learning Coach in the Andover Public Schools at the Sanborn School: a dynamic and innovative 1:1 elementary school that serves students in grades K-5. Chris received a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Saint Michael’s College in Burlington, VT in 2009 and his Master of Arts in Teaching from Simmons College in Boston, MA in 2011.