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The 2011 CUE T echnology Conference. Professional Growth Value. C. omputer. U. sing. Est. 1978. E. ducators. CUE provides leadership and support to advance student achievement in the educational technology community. CUE Membership Benefits. Professional Development (CUE To You)

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Est. 1978



CUEprovides leadership and support to advance student achievement in the educational technology community.

cue membership benefits
CUE Membership Benefits
  • Professional Development (CUE To You)
  • Conferences & Symposiums
  • Special Interest Groups (SIGS)
  • K-12 Technology Publications
  • Legislative Advocacy
  • Corporate Partnerships
  • Teacher Grants & Student Awards
  • Local Affiliates
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Gold Coast CUE: Ventura County Local CUE Affiliate

Keynote Speaker

Jim Klein

Saugus Union School District

Breakout Sessions

Kristen Kreutner & Rich Bateman

Conejo Valley Unified School District

2011 Fall Technology Conference - Ventura County Office of EducationSaturday, October 15, 2011

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CUE 2011 – A View to a CUE

Palm Springs, California March 17 – 19, 2011

The Nuts and Bolts of Proving a District Webinar SeriesSpeakers: Loretta Asay& Margie ZamoraClark County School District, Nevada
3D Modeling and Rendering with Google Sketchup and KerkytheaSpeaker: Dan EliotYorba Linda High School
Unleash Your Inner Speilberg When Creating Online LecturesSpeaker: Brian KlassJohns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Professional Learning Networks (PLN’S) for Professional Learning Communities (PLC’S)Speaker: Mark WagnerEdTechTeam Inc.
a useful app every thirty seconds 2011 edition speaker mark hammons fresno county of education
A Useful App Every Thirty Seconds, 2011 Edition Speaker: Mark HammonsFresno County of Education



6th Graders


Educator Value ?

In Their Own Words…


“Print, Cut, and Fold is a workbook with foldable templates which students use PowerPoint to create. There are endless possibilities for how to incorporate this into the classroom and it will teach students the tricks and tips of PowerPoint.”

--Kristen Kreutner, Teacher,

Colina Middle School


“Glogster: A creative way for students to make interactive “posters.” Use video and sound along with pictures and text for interactive, professional presentations.”

--Bonnie Rockey, Teacher, Sycamore Canyon Middle School


“21stcentury teaching is changing to keep up with the 21stcentury learner. Great ideas, free apps at CUE. Can\'t wait to use and share.”

--Peggy Walker, Newbury Park High


“...With cloud based applications such as Google Docs and Microsoft [email protected] coupled with learning management systems like Moodle or Blackboard Connect, we can become less dependent on the device or the location and focus on the content.”

--Jerome Staszewski, Director, Technology Services District Office


“The possibility of a digital school, with digital textbooks, and one to one computers for students. We skyped into a classroom and students were taking Cornell notes side by side with their digital textbook and saving to the cloud. Powerful stuff.”

--Shane Frank, Principal,

Colina Middle School


“I learned so much but for my school I know that we need to start using interactive response units in the classrooms to better engage students.”

--Kelly Kress, Site Tech,

Redwood Middle School


“I\'ve learned...our district needs uniformity and communication. We need to create a skinny plan that embodies what we hope students, teachers, and staff will get from technology and then discover/create the hardware and software that best meets those needs.”

--Allison Ginter, Dean of Attendance & Student Welfare, Newbury Park High


20th Century Learning for the Industrial Age

From this…

…to this

21st Century Learning for the Information Age

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CUE’s ProfessionalGrowth Value…

Training for the Digital Immigrant educator to engage and inspire the Digital Native student.