CUE 2016 Presentation

I couldn’t have been happier with the reception for my CUE 2016 presentation. I had been a little intimidated when I saw that I was scheduled in one of the larger rooms, and really had planned out what I would do to get people to move to the front and gather together so they could talk with each other. I had no idea that the room would fill:


This was one of the sessions that was streamed live by CUE to their remote location at the Orange County Department of Education. I hope that means that it was recorded and will be posted later, but I don’t know. If they do post it online, I’ll share it here. In any case, here are the slides:

I intend to use this blog to explore more about these 21 instructional shifts, and further develop anĀ outline of how K-12 instruction should be changing to meet the needs of students in the 21st century. I hope you’ll read and comment along with me.