Thank You

Thank you to the almost 700 teachers who attended the 2016 CUEBC Conference at Riverside Secondary.

Keynote speaker Chris Kennedy started things off with a resounding address that left us with a positive outlook on the future of technology in our schools.

Our 60+ sessions were packed with enthusiastic teachers who engaged throughout the day on social media, using the #CUEBC and #PSADAY hashtags.

Thank you to the student volunteers who were an integral part of the event and all of the Riverside Secondary additional staff who jumped in to help out at a moment’s notice.

Thank you to the Tri-City News for sharing our event within the community.

Thank you to Lighthouse Labs for organizing our Saturday Code Class and to the 120+ teachers who were in attendance for a second day of coding and computational thinking learning.

Thank you to School District 43 for providing the space for us and for setting up a great wi-fi connection. Obviously, we didn’t expect this to happen at the same time.

Here is our Storify Twitter recap of our weekend events.

Photos and a recap video of the day will be soon published on our website.

Our 2017 Sphero classroom kit Inquiry Projects will be launched in January.

Feedback forms will be sent out soon and we appreciate all your thoughts on the event as a whole.


Great keynote summary illustration by @KABteachermom

Saturday Code Class: Intro to Coding and Computational Thinking for Teachers

Saturday Code Class: Intro to Coding and Computational Thinking for Teachers

Standing room only for Chris Kennedy's CUEBC Keynote

Standing room only for Chris Kennedy’s CUEBC Keynote


Presenter Resources

This is where we share many of the resources and presentations that were available in our 60+ sessions

Karen Lirenman – K-3 Coding at Primary

Ian Landy – Coding K-12

Chris Loat – Scratch Jr. 

A final thank you to our 2016 Conference Sponsors






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