Media Partners

ICE takes pride in its relationships with organizations who share in its mission to support the use of technology in the curriculum. We partner with educational media organizations in an effort to increase outreach, showcase the partnership of technology, administration, and curriculum and provide valuable resources to our members.

 

Big Deal Media - Big Deal Books are print and electronic publications that offer invaluable resources for educators. In each edition, educators find content-rich sources of grants and other attainable funding for their special programs and plans, rich resources for 21st century skills, professional development training opportunities, free and inexpensive finds including standards-based lessons, inexpensive materials and help with research and assessment. For more info, please visit their site at www.bigdealbook.com

 

Common Sense Education provides high-quality digital literacy and citizenship programs to educators and school communities. Together, we work to empower students to harness technology for learning and life. Our free resources include ratings and reviews of digital tools, a comprehensive K–12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum, ready-made lesson plans, videos, webinars, and more. the most effective technology solutions for your school, office, or home. Visit their site www.commonsense.org/education

 

 EducationSuperHighway

EducationSuperHighway is the leading nonprofit focused on upgrading the Internet access in every public school classroom in America. We believe that digital learning has the potential to provide all students with equal access to educational opportunity and that every school requires high-speed broadband to make that opportunity a reality. For more information, visit www.educationsuperhighway.org.

 

Future Ready Schools® helps K-12 public, private, and charter school leaders plan and implement personalized, research-based digital learning strategies so all students can achieve their full potential. Check out the personalized professional learning opportunities including virtual events, readiness assessments, mentoring, and free resources at futureready.org

 

LEAP

LEAP is a Chicago-based non-profit who serves as a catalyst for learning innovation. We work with educators, researchers and other innovators to unlock the unlimited potential of every learner. To date, we have worked with almost 150 Chicago-area schools through personalized professional learning, coaching, and school redesign to shift teaching practices and school paradigms to be more student centered and student led. For more information, visit leapinnovations.org.

 

 LTC Illinois

The Learning Technology Center is an Illinois State Board of Education program that supports all public K-12 districts, schools, and educators through technology initiatives, services, and professional learning opportunities that further four main focus areas: digital teaching, learning, and leadership; network and technology infrastructure; student data security and safety; and equity and access. The LTC's goal is to maximize school districts’ access to technology and enhance districts’ use of technology to improve educational opportunities for the students of Illinois. Find out more at ltcillinois.org