Second, I loved how organized the conference was! From the backend presenter resources and support to the conference website - it was so easy to pop in to sessions throughout the weekend. There were tons of options, too, which made the organization even more important.
Session one was on using Scratch to create video games. Session two was all about integrating technology into curriculum. I featured four tools - Seesaw, Flipgrid, Screencastify, and Book Creator - that all cross subjects, disciplines, and ages. It was fun to present them, and I'm already tweaking them for the next opportunity.
Finally, the sessions I went to were fantastic. I know that COVID has sucked the life out of a lot of people, events, systems, and structures. I also know that for the events that shifted to an online platform, that's some pretty good stuff there, and the fact that I can go back and watch the recordings for the sessions I missed is even better.
If CUE is virtual again, I will be adding it to my list for sure. If it shifts back to solely in person, I'd happily accept anyone's offer to fund my trip to the Golden state!