Excited to share the schedule for our November 5th event in Arroyo Grande! We are polishing it up a bit, so expect a few minor changes. For more event information and to register, please visit the SLOCOE website.
It’s back to school and time to return to rich and full-featured professional development brought to you by CUE and SLOCUE. We are pleased to announce that we will be continuing our partnership with the San Luis Obispo County Office of Education (SLOCOE) this year and have two fabulous local events planned already.
Take a look at the offerings form CUE, SLOCUE and SLOCOE for 2016-17:
The CUE Fall Conference kicks off the year on October 28-29 at American Canyon High School in Napa Valley.
Our first local event will be on Saturday, November 5th at Arroyo Grande High School. The event runs from 8:30 AM – 3 PM. Registration is open now. Keynoting EDtech 2.0 will be the amazing Alice Chen. For more information, check out the flyer.
In March, it will once again be time for the CUE National Conference in Palm Springs. The dates for this year’s event are March 15-18, 2017. Join SLOCUE members and 6,000+ colleagues in the desert for fun and learning.
Finally, on April 1, 2017 we will co-produce our second annual Innovation Learning Camp at Templeton High School.
Happy Spring from SLOCUE!
1. EdCamp Santa Maria is next weekend, Saturday, April 23rd at Righetti High School.
EdCamp is an opportunity for teachers to come together and learn from each other about the best things going on in classrooms. Teachers are always looking to improve their practice and EdCamp is a great way for them to build collegiality, to share their own successes, and find ways to make improvements that lead to improved learning with their own students.
EdCamp is FREE professional development offered locally and hosted by the Santa Barbara CUE group. This year they have great sponsors and will have prizes including books from great education authors (Ditch that Textbook, PowerUp, 50 things for Google Classroom), premium software licenses, t-shirts, and two of the local Rotary clubs are sponsoring lunch at no cost to participants.
Visit http://edcampsm.blogspot.com to register for FREE.
2. Innovation Learning Camp is the following weekend, April 30th at Templeton High School.
Local EdTech Superhero Jon Corippo is the keynote speaker and we have multiple sessions scheduled. Interested in learning more about Makerspace? We have an abundance of experts scheduled to answer any questions you have. The afternoon’s highlight will be a STEM playground full of hands-on maker projects that you can use in your classroom.
You can find the current schedule by visiting this link. For more information and to register (deadline is April 25th) visit the SLOCOE website. Panera lunch is provided and we will have a drawing at the end of the day that will include a Chromebook giveaway.