Welcome to the #ICE17 General Conference guide.
Use this resource to view the available session titles, descriptions, target audiences, grade levels, and times.
When ready, please register for the #ICE17 conference here
Note: Adding sessions to your Sched account will NOT register you for the conference, nor will it reserve a spot in the session.
All general conference sessions are first come, first served seating.
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Stephanie Lithgow

Berkeley SD 87
STEM Lab Teacher
Northlake Middle School
Stephanie Lithgow piloted the STEM program for Berkeley School District 87 in Berkeley, IL in 2014. She and her STEM partner wrote the district STEM curriculum for three grade levels. Stephanie teaches every middle level student at her school six units over the course of three years. Stephanie has her Master's of Arts Degree in Educational Technology in 2016 and received her Bachelor's of Science Degree in Elementary Education with a focus on Middle Level from Eastern Illinois University in 2009. She is certified in Mathematics, Science and as a Technology Specialist. She has presented workshops on Self-Paced Units, Technology Tools and Project Based Learning. Her students were showcased for their Arduino projects at TECH 2016, hosted by ICE (Illinois Computing Educators), in Springfield, IL. She presented a three hour workshop on Arduino at IETC (Illinois Educational Technology Conference) in Springfield in November, 2016. She will present at the ISTE National Conference in San Antonio this June.