Edcamps, or “unconferences” that bring together teachers, tech experts, entrepreneurs, and anyone else interested in the education landscape, have become a viral movement since the very first gathering back in May 2010. In fact, there were 225 Edcamps in the last year alone.The Edcamp Foundation, le
Two weeks ago was our inaugural EdCamp Long Island… I’ve been enjoying the twitter feed of messages about the day and speaking to people who attended. I cannot possibly express the enormity of awesomeness that was represented by working with the team of people who pulled off this historic event! (I’m an English teacher and…
To describe Edcamps as mere “unconferences” or the Edcamp Foundation as a “nonprofit” doesn’t necessarily do these terms justice. Edcamps--one-day “unconference” sessions that bring together teachers, tech experts, entrepreneurs, and anyone else interested in the education landscape--have become a v
Wyoming, like many states in the West, has numerous teachers that are hours apart. In any given building, you may be the only first grade teacher or you may teach all the social studies classes. This creates multiple challenges. With schools that are separated by up to 6,000 feet in elevation acros
This post was written by Brad Currie, a ClassDojo Thought Partner who tweets regularly at BradMCurrie
Have you ever attended an EdCamp? If the answer is no, you are missing out. On what you might ask? An innovative, sharing-based day of learning that will forever change your view on professional development. Typically held on Saturdays, educators meet up at a particular location and either present or attend sessions that focus on best practices in education. My first experience with this
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