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 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 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


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