Meet the ICE 2010 Keynote Speakers!

Meet the Keynote Speakers at the ICE Booth!


Dr. MarzanoWe are pleased to announce that all three of the Keynote speakers at ICE Conference 2010–Robert Marzano, Mario Armstrong, and David Warlick— have graciously agreed to spend some time at the ICE Booth at the back of the Exhibit Hall to meet our members and sign copies of their books. This is a great opportunity to speak with these distinguished educators and to discuss some of the concepts that they raise during their presentations. Here is the schedule of dates and times that the speakers will appear at the booth:


Thursday (February 25)

Mario Armstrong: 11:45 am-12:30 pm
David Warlick: 1:45 pm-2:30 pm

Friday (February 26)

Robert Marzano: 12:45-1:30

We will have copies of David Warlick's book, Redefining Literacy 2.0, for sale at the ICE Booth on Thursday. On Friday, we will have copies of two of Robert Marzano's latest books on sale at the booth–Formative Assessment and Standards Based Grading and Designing and Teaching Learning Goals and Objectives.

Online registration for the Thursday and Friday general conference days is still open, and you can also register in person at Pheasant Run on Thursday, February 25, and Friday, February 26. See you at the ICE Conference!
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ICE Conference 2010: A Learning Odyssey
Dates: February 23-26, 2010, at Pheasant Run Resort and Conference Center in St. Charles, Illinois
Read more about conference registration guidelines at
http://www.iceberg.org/ice_conference/registration
or click this link to take you directly to the online registration form.
 

Melinda Fiscus and Scott Meech

ICE Spotlight Speakers- February 25 and 26

Mindy FiscusEach year, we invite two ICE members to take on special roles as Spotlight speakers at the ICE Conference. This year, we are very pleased that Melinda Fiscus and Scott Meech will serve in that capacity and share their insights and expertise with conference attendees. Melinda is the Director of the Learning Technology Center at Area 6 North, and in that role, she works with three Regional Offices of Education and fifty school districts in southern Illinois to promote the use of technology. Scott is the district Technology Facilitator at the The Joseph Sears School in Kenilworth, Illinois.

Scott MeechMelinda Fiscus will do three Spotlight sessions on Thursday and two on Friday. Her session topics are "Capturing the Spirit of your Classroom," "Understanding E-Rate," and "Creating the Collection." Scott Meech will do two Spotlight sessions on Thursday and two more on Friday. His sessions are titled "Mobile Learning Devices" and "The Life-long Learning Tool Belt."  These two ICE members are great examples of the underlying spirit and mission of ICE–educators sharing their expertise and passion for the many possibilities that instructional technology resources offer for our students and our communities.

Be sure to look for these sessions by Melinda and Scott in your conference program book and join them for one or more of these great sessions!

Visit the ICE Booth and Let ICE Be Your Learning Odyssey Travel Guide

ICE BoothEducation is an exciting, if not challenging world to be in today, and ICE is here to help you with your life-long learning odyssey. Let ICE be your "Travel Guide" to opportunities for best practices, resources, and networking–we can be your one stop gateway to the future and still meet your needs today. Stop by the ICE Booth at the back of the Exhibit Hall near the food concessions. We will have a variety of handouts, information about advocacy programs, and some new ICE pens and other items for you to take with you.

Please take time to join us at the ICE Booth to meet the volunteer leadership that makes ICE happen for you, learn how you can find support, networking and resources at your local level, and have a little fun along the way!

Contact Information: Illinois Computing Educators

If you have any questions about the status of your membership or about any of the programs and benefits that we provide, please feel free to call the ICE Office or send an e-mail message:
 
Illinois Computing Educators
777 Army Trail Blvd
Addison, Illinois 60188
630-628-1088
info@iceberg.org

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