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CUE Rock Star Lake Tahoe

Over the next few days I will be leading workshops with other brilliant educators at CUE Rock Star Lake Tahoe.  If you are not familiar with Rock Star, these are small teacher technology camps with 10:1 ratio between participants and facilitators.  Over three days the teachers build community around the use of instructional technology tools. […]

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CUE13 Workshop Resources

It’s bright and early, the car is gassed up, and it’s mid-March – must be time for the annual CUE Conference in Palm Springs. This year I am excited to be taking two smart colleagues from Natomas Charter with me – Jeanne Feeney (@MamaFeenz) and  Josh Landry (@JLandryPix).  So, if you see one of us […]

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Reflections on CUE 2012

Over the weekend I had the opportunity to attend the CUE 2012 conference. I ran into former coworkers, reconnected with friends from the past, and also cultivated new relationships for the future. It was four days of meaningful teaching and learning. I chose to drive this year since the price for a plane ticket to […]

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LIVE EVENT: Sharing Stories with Google Earth

Live Videos by Ustream Sharing Stories with Google Earth: Joe will be live at 2pm (PST) today from the CUE 2010 Conference in Palm Springs. CUE Conference Information UPDATE (3pm PST) – Unfortunately, the conference center where Joe’s presenting doesn’t allow Ustream.tv access.  Go figure.  So Joe recorded the presentation and will be uploading it.  […]

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Connecting Students with a Social Network

Well I’m not sure if it was official, but one of the overriding themes at the CUE conference seemed to be social networking.  Just looking over the conference program I can find at least a dozen listings for the words “social network,” a probably a few dozen other terms related to social networking, such as […]

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Google Tips & Tricks at CUE

Imust say CUE was a phenomenal conference, but if I’ve learning anything this week its that when you present three times you miss out on a whole bunch of great sessions.   Fortunately, yesterday morning I had the opportunity to attend a session on Google tips and tricks presented by Mark Wagner with two colleagues. […]

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FREE Rockstar Teachers Online

Are you are “rockstar teacher?”  Would you like to be taught by a rockstar teacher?  These were some of the questions posed by Chris Walsh at the beginning of Day 1 of the CLMS Technology Conference last weekend as he introduced his new endeavor, Brightstorm.  This product connects high school students with some of the […]

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