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MassCUE Summer/Fall 2023
Events & Online Workshops
There's still time to register
for CUECamp West!
August 11
Collaborative for Educational Services (CES)
97 Hawley Street
Northampton, MA
CUECamp is designed to bridge the gap between educational technology and classroom instruction: showcasing the latest tech tools and trends in a way that is beneficial to both educators and students. In collaboration with Corporate Partners Custom Computer Specialists , Reach My Teach and Collaborative for Educational Services (CES), CUECamp will be an opportunity for attendees to engage in hands-on learning, solve common classroom challenges and network with fellow jobalike educators. 
Coffee all day, lunch and popsicles generously provided by
Professional Learning for
Educators and Districts
Planning your PD for the Fall and beyond? Consider signing up for BC→DE: Building Capacity through Digital Equity.
This 25-hour personalized and customizable professional learning opportunity is for all educators, everywhere. Through engaging in a series of choice-based and district-aligned professional learning experiences, our goal is to support you to build your district’s capacity for leveraging technology through an equity lens to level the playing field for your students.
Learn more.
Mark your calendar! The MassCUE Fall Conference will take place on October 18-19 at Gillette Stadium.
Our theme this year is MassCUE4ALLand many of the sessions and presentations will focus on digital equity.
Visit our website to learn more about this year's interactive spaces, including the Student Voice Village, Creativity Cafe, Educator Showcase, the STEM Playground and MassCUE Live.
You'll find information about this year's Keynote Speakers and so much more on our website. Registration opens soon!
Learn more
EdTech Peer Learning Cohort
From the MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
Office of Ed Tech
EdTech Leaders:  Are you and your team looking for some more direct support as you launch a new product, process, or policy next year? When is the last time you were able to examine your systems for areas to strengthen? Have you been able to evaluate uses of technology to inform decision-making? If you’re looking for direct support in any of these areas, the EdTech Peer Learning Cohort (Cohort) may be a good fit. OET is excited to offer the Cohort for a second year, which will support 10-12 LEA teams in strengthening the use of technology to support overarching school system priorities – all with an explicit equity lens.
Participating teams will identify a focused “problem of practice” for the year, receive monthly one-on-one support from The Learning Accelerator and OET, and engage in several all-cohort experiences to collaborate with others. As part of the cohort experience, OET will also be highlighting and sharing learnings, such as through artifacts, case studies, blog posts, infographics, etc.
Next Steps for the Cohort
AVIXA Women’s Council Event
August 17
Ockers representatives, Kaitlyn Hickey and Nicole Kelly, are thrilled to announce their inaugural AVIXA Women's Council event, a networking headshot happy hour, taking place on Thursday, August 17th from 4-6pm at Brack's Grille & Tap in Taunton.  This event is sponsored by Acer, the Ockers Company (MassCUE Corporate Partner) and TouchView Interactive.  More information and registration can be found on our Corporate Partners Offerings page.
Coffee with ClassLink
August 10/September 21
ID Management with OneSync is being offered on August 10th and September 21st starting at 8:30am. Learn why over 2900 K-12 clients use ClassLink – all you need to know via a high-level 25 minute review.  Each attendee (non-client) will receive a $10 Starbucks e-card post attendance.
SSO, Analytics w/Analytics Plus, Rostering & ID Management is being offered on multiple dates in October and November starting at 8:30 A.M.
More information and registration can be found on our Corporate Partners Offerings page.
AI with Alice Keeler:
Meet Google Bard, Your Free ChatGPT Alternative
August 10, 3:30-4:30pm
In this practical and education-focused session, Alice will demonstrate how teachers can harness the power of Google Bard to revolutionize their classrooms. Discover Google Bard's capacities to assist in lesson planning, improve student engagement, and offer personalized learning experiences. Alice will guide participants through navigating Bard's user-friendly interface, utilizing its educational applications, and optimizing its use to complement and enhance traditional teaching methods.
View Registration Link (free with your OTIS Free Subscription)
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