Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Promoting Student Voice in the Classroom and Beyond

Are you interested in increasing Student Voice in your classroom? If so, then check out our 2018 CUE presentation!

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Bringing the Standards to Life Through Coding

Check out the presentation handouts from our "Bringing The Standards to Life Through Coding" session at the 2018 CUE conference in Palm Springs! 

Thursday, March 17, 2016

Friday, November 6, 2015

SDCUE 2015

San Diego CUE is just about here, and I am super excited to be presenting this year. I am sad that Sandy won't be there, but since she is a bridesmaid in our friend's wedding, we'll let her off the hook! Otherwise it would be a team effort.

We have revamped our Picture This: Enhancing Student Projects through Photography for SDCUE, and are excited to share our learning with you.  Our class resources can be found here:

Our presentation also available as a download. Just click on the picture to download the PDF file. (It is a large file, and no preview is available).

Feel free to use it in your own classrooms to teach your students some photography skills that will definitely enhance their digital projects this year.

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Picture This: Enhancing Student Projects Through Photography in Elementary Classrooms

You can find the PDF from our CUE session in Palm Springs here! It's filled with lots of great ideas for you to use in your classroom.

Here are some student samples and documents you might need for your classroom! Just click the pictures to download! Enjoy! 

Here's a student sample of our ABC Book on forces & motion.

Here's the planning guide for the ABC Book. This can be used in any subject area or for any topic! 

Here's the rubric for the ABC Book. 

Here's a student sample of our Comic Life project. 

Here's the rubric for the Comic Life project.

Here's a student sample of our Flipagram Adjective project.

Here's the planning sheet for the adjective project.

Here's the rubric for the Flipagram project.

Here is a student sample of students using their videography skills to create an iMovie.

Here are the planning guides for creating iMovie trailers.

We'd love to see photos and hear about how you use these resources in your classroom! Please share!

And make sure to keep in touch through Instagram


and Twitter


for more inspiration and ideas!

Happy Photo-Taking! 

Friday, October 24, 2014

Fall CUE Presentation: iPad Projects for the 21st Century Classroom

Fall CUE:  iPad Projects for the 21st Century Classroom
You can download our presentation by clicking on the picture.  

Other Resources from our session:

The Lakeside Union School District located in Lakeside, CA, is dedicated to transforming learning.  You can watch the video here:

In this iPad lesson, students in 2nd grade used QR Codes to find out important facts about weather.  Students got into groups, then each students was given a different type of weather to become an expert on.  Students scanned QR codes that were placed around the room, and kept track of their facts using a collaborative wall on Padlet.  Students shared their new information with their group members.

Watch Sandy's class connect with a class in Montana during a Mystery Skype:

Sandy conducts a review on magnets using QR codes and the Padlet app in her 2nd grade class.

Getting Started with GarageBand

Download all of our presentation materials from the Napa CUE conference here! Just click the pictures to download! 

Download our KeyNote here:

Download the GarageBand project rubrics here: 

Download the Vocabulary Video outline here: 

Download the Twinkle Twinkle Volcano outline here: