I just read a post by my friend, Tony Sinanis, #EdCamp: What's The Point? Tony had an unconnected colleague attend an Edcamp. The colleague was most impressed with the ever-present passion. According to Tony’s friend: This whole experience seems to be one of the best examples I have ever seen about the power and importance…
Edcamp, an “unconference” event run by educators for educators, is known for its scrappiness and lack of structure and organization. They’re usually held at schools during off-hours. But on June 6, 2014, Edcamp found a home in the most formal of venues: the U.S. Department of Education headquarter
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