Call for Proposals! Submit a proposal to present at our spring mini-conference titled “Playing in the Google Playground”. Share your knowledge, ideas and lessons with other educators. Proposals are now being accepted and close March 10, 2014. FREE REGISTRATION to all presenters!
Please visit the website to submit your proposal today! http://tinyurl.com/icecapspring2014
Registration is now open for our winter mini-conference titled “Falling in Love with EdTech”. This event will be held at National Teachers Academy on February 15, 2014. Come share your knowledge, ideas and lessons with other educators while learning new technology ideas. Please visit the website below to register today!
Help us serve you better! Please take a few minutes to take our fall survey. It is available to all ICE-CAP members until November 4, 2013. http://goo.gl/QBiy1G
Submit a proposal to present at our Fall mini-conference taking place on November 23, 2013. The theme is “Building Bridges: Connected Learners, Connected Teachers”. http://goo.gl/SZeCEJ. Learn more about the mini-conference here: https://sites.google.com/site/icecapminiconference/fall-2013-sat-11-23-13.
The deadline for submitting a proposal is November 4, 2013.
2012-13 ICE-CAP Calendar of Events
Please join us at Falconer School in Chicago on June 8, 2013. See tinyurl.com/icecapspring13 for details.
2013 ICE-CAP Winter Mini-Conference: Googlize Your School: Google Apps for Education
National Teachers Academy (55 W. Cermak Road, Chicago, IL 60616)
January 19, 2013
9am-1pm (Continental breakfast at 9)
See more at: http://www.tinyurl.com/icecapgoogle
Conference Sponsor: BrainPop
2012 ICE-CAP Fall Mini-Conference: Flipped Learning & Video Differentiation
Phillips High School (244 E. Pershing Rd, Chicago) - Map
Sat, November 17, 2012
8am - 12pm (Continental breakfast at 8am)
Four (4) CPDUs
CPS Employees can also register in CPS University. Search "ICE-CAP Fall Mini-Conference" (Register in link, below, too)
Spotlight Speaker: Vince Leung, Mentor Mob
Conference Sponsor: Sophia.org
Resources on flipping the classroom:
"Benefits and Drawbacks Seen in Replacing Lectures With On-Demand Video"
Blogs to Develop Your Professional Learning Network by KC Boyd, Librarian - Phillips High School
Getting Started with a Professional Learning Network by Nicole Zumpano, Lead Technology Teacher at May Elementary School
Twitter for You & Your Students by Kim Darche, Tech Coordinator - Tarkington Elementary School
Blooms Taxonomy in a Web 2.0 World presented by Nicole Zumpano http://prezi.com/rfx2trkoosdr/blooms-taxonomy-in-a-web-20-world-2011
Get Going with Google Sites for Teachers presented by Lisa Perez http://www.slideshare.net/leperez1/get-going-with-google-sites-for-teachers
Using Wonderful Wikis to Wake Up Your Classroom presented by Fran Feeley, Maria Magdalena Cortez-Tafolla, Deborah Guidara, and Janice Wellborn http://feeleyice2011.wikispaces.com
CPS Professional Library wiki http://cpsproflib.wikispaces.com/uplift