Nominate a Featured Educator Today!

Each month, MassCUE recognizes teachers who embrace innovative practices using technology in the classroom. With a focus on student outcomes, these teachers embody MassCUE’s  mission  to “Educate, Connect, Inspire”.

This year, we have had no shortage of dedicated individuals who are making a difference every day in the lives of countless students. MassCUE is proud to recognize these educators for their commitment to their students and fellow educators. A heartfelt thanks goes out to all of our Featured Educators! Your passion and enthusiasm to Educate, Connect and Inspire is making a difference for students and teachers everywhere!

If you know a colleague deserving of this recognition, submit a nomination using this form.

Click on the image of each Featured Educator below to learn more about past recipients.

Neal Sonnenberg

In January, MassCUE recognized Neal Sonnenberg from the Medfield Public Schools.

Chris Parker

MassCUE was pleased to announce Chris Parker from Gateway Regional District in Huntington, Massachusetts as the Featured Educator for February 2019.

Colleen Worrell

March brought us Colleen Worrell, Director of the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning at St. Mark’s School in Southborough.











Chrystal Hoe

April brought us Chrystal Hoe, the former Technology Integration Coordinator in Hopkinton,

Jennifer Keller

Jennifer Keller, a 4th grade teacher at the Jordan/Jackson Elementary School in Mansfield, was our Featured Educator in May.

Margo Bridges

We finished last school year with June’s Featured Educator, Margo Bridges, who is the STEM Teacher at Norton Middle School.










Who will be the next MassCUE Featured Educator?








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