Welcome to the Annual ICE Summer Workshop Series 2008!
They listened to their members! Many of them expressed a need for additional professional development opportunities beyond the annual ICE Conference. They are offering hands-on workshops throughout the state that are presented “by members, for members” to help meet this need. You don’t have to be a member to attend as there is an additional cost for non-members.
Continuing Professional Development Units (CPDUs)
ICE is an approved professional development provider through the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE). We are providing 1 CPDUs per contact hour, as is mandated by ISBE. In order to receive your Evidence of Completion form, you must sign in at the beginning of your workshop, and submit a completed evaluation form (provided by the presenter) at the end of the workshop. Participants who leave sessions early will not be eligible to receive CPDUs.
Illinois Computing Educators (ICE) is a non-profit professional organization for teachers. The mission of ICE is to lead the educational community in enhancing learning through technology. Non-ICE Members are MORE thanks welcome to register for any of our summer workshop workshops; however, please note that there is an additional fee for Non-Members. If you would like to join ICE, you are then entitled to the ICE Member fee for attending the summer workshops. As an ICE member you receive FREE access to many resources such as Atomic Learning and STAR-Online, among others. To learn more or to join, please visit the ICE Membership webage for more information. REMEMBER, you must be an ICE Member in good standing to be eligible for the ICE Member workshop rates.