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Kimberly Voge Jun 12
A3 I signed up for the coffee event and the hot dog event. Always looking for fun with CUE peeps. How do we find out other events?
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Eddie's Class Jun 12
A3) That CUE Karaoke in Palm Springs was , looking forward to any other CUE functions at
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Mr. Dang Jun 19
A5: That moment in the winter when you use your sleeve to open doors...
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Kristina  Shevalier Allison Jun 19
A5: I run our school digital media club and I like to make my own gifs of the kids and sneak them into my lessons and staff meetings.
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Nicole Beardsley Jun 19
A1: I really think the entire GSuite is a total edu-game changer. The possibilities are so endless, and the seamless communication w/ one to another makes it so user friendly, for Ss & Ts alike.
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Mr. Dang Jun 19
Hi --this is Brian. I've always learned a lot over the summer and I'm curious what you're all learning this summer 👨‍🏫
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Eddie's Class Jun 12
A1) If it is your first ISTE trip don't feel overwhelmed, soak in what you can, take notes and pictures, enjoy yourself. You can always get the notes from the session descriptions online if you missed something or connect with presenter
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Montana McIntyre Jan 9
Bonus: I disagree with this completely. Instead of ignoring the problem, we are embracing it and modifying it to a point of effectiveness. We are teaching our students that the skills they have acquired are not useless, in fact they are applicable to their education.
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Kim Calderon Jun 19
A1: don’t think it’s getting enough hype but I fell in love with this year. If you haven’t checked it out you really should
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Kimberly Voge Jun 19
A4: I recently experienced Math 360 with and I must say that my eyes were opened to what you can accomplish when up and out of seats. Great convos and teacher gets to "see" learning literally around the room.
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Ed Campos Jr May 8
A4: I love how the Lesson Builder Panel got me thinking..."If 7 strangers can get this much accomplished in 20 mins why aren't more of my department meetings like this?"
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Dr. Laura Spencer Jun 19
If you used to love to go get the ditto copies for the teacher, this one is awesome
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Corey Mathias May 31
I'm looking to channel my inner and create my first listicle. does so much more than presentations. What are some of your favorites?
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Mr. Dang Jun 19
A4: Music! 🎶
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Cristina Bustamante May 15
A3: I like to do lessons that have them reflect. My 8th graders create playlists that describe their time in middle school. They each present one song, play it for the class and explain how it connects to their middle school life. Lots of laughs and tears.
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Kim Calderon Jun 19
A2: AR/VR both for consumption and creation, hoping that translates to some lower cost models
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Kim Calderon Jun 19
Hi all!! Kim from Fresno jumping in late! My summer pretty much involves me being a taxi driver for my boys various camps but I am going to Picademy in August!!
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Kristina  Shevalier Allison Jun 19
Kristina here from Northern CA. Just got back from the East Coast with my 8th graders!
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Kimberly Voge Jun 19
A6 are always in my corner
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San Diego CUE Jun 19
A2: Virtual Reality and the use of Expeditions is one of those experiences that’s changing the game with hands on experience. Great opening and closing on lessons.
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