MTT029| #CUE19 Recap - Jon Corippo
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Review of the CUE Spring 2019 Ed Tech Conference. We also catch up with CUE Executive Director, Jon Corippo.
CUE is the ISTE Affiliate for California and Nevada.
Proven excellence as a presenter and event organizer: Routinely plans and executes small, medium and large ed tech training and educational events that are well presented and get very high marks from audiences. Developed and executed training for over 45,000 educators from 2015-2018. Co-author of The Eduprotocol Field Guide, an Amazon Best Seller. Lead the CUE staff for Fall CUE and Spring CUE events, including all aspects of the events (marketing, logistics, innovation and vendor relations).
Award winning and renowned for innovation in the use of Apple products in a large group of Ed Tech communities, including Apple Distinguished Educator Network, Google Certified Teachers, Computer Using Educators (CUE), Central Valley CUE and ISTE. Grew CUE membership from 9500 to 23,000.
Planned and implemented the complete design of Minarets HS, including Challenge Based Curriculum, MacBook imaging and rollout, wireless infrastructure standards, classroom pedagogy, staff recruitment and hiring. While serving as Chief Innovation Officer at CUE, grew the number of teachers served by over 200% over a 3 year span, with over 90% positive feedback.
Expert trainer of adult educators and students:Honored to be an ADE and GCT, as well as highly sought after presenter on many subjects, including Film and Video production, Lesson Planning and Design, School Culture, Ed Tech tools and very popular in Apple Executive Briefings as well as Apple Training Events. Lead Learner for Google Teacher Academy, Mountain View 2014. Has lead international events in Mexico, Austria, and Australia.
Internationally connected Personal Learning Network via email, Web and Twitter: Connected to a wide variety of educators, Ed Tech leaders and administrators.
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