Call for Student Writers for ICE CUBE Newsletter

For the upcoming issue of the ICE CUBE we are putting out a call for articles written by students! Inspired by David Jakes’ article at the Techlearning.com blog.

We are accepting his challenge, a call for educators, to ask students, to focus on what technology means within their learning experience. We are soliciting feedback, by asking teachers, to invite their students to;

“Tell us about your educational experience ~ likes and dislikes – what works and what doesn’t include how technology impacts your learning?”

Word count should range between 500 and 1,000 words, but we will accept a maximum of 1,500 words. E-mail your submissions, along with pictures, screenshots, etc. (if applicable) to info@iceberg.org. Students should provide their first and last names, school and grade. We will only print first names in the newsletter.

* Article Due Date: March 15, 2008

Thank-you in advance for your participation.

Judy Okazaki
Executive Director
Illinois Computing Educators – ICE
630-628-1088

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