In this excerpt from How To Ungrade used with permission of its author, Jesse Stommel provocatively suggests alternative assessment strategies that leave more room for dialogue between students and teachers than numerical grading. Stommel writes from...


In this excerpt from How To Ungrade used with permission of its author, Jesse Stommel provocatively suggests alternative assessment strategies that leave more...

In this article from EduMatch, middle school teacher Jennifer Hawkins talks about how she incentivizes...

In this article, Desiree Alexander speaks to the power of authentic and project-based assessments in the classroom, with a special example of job readiness community interviews. Read more of her perspectives on teaching at

The Rome News-Tribune was on hand to cover the 2018 Edcamp Rome in Rome, GA. Please read the full story at

Furthering the partnership with MakerPromise that began in 2017, all Edcamp organizers will have the opportunity to add making...

In October 2017, PBS and Edcamp announced a first-of-its-kind national partnership for early childhood educators across the country to engage in peer-to-peer learning. Through this innovative effort, Edcamp and PBS member stations bring...

Submitted by Cindy Leatherwood, Edcamp Foundation Outreach Manager. Please click the links to get to the videos. Here's the full...

Submitted by James Elish

History can be relevant, museums can be alive for students. 

In this story, James Elish talks about the power of engaging with local museums to develop students to be critical historiographers,...

Submitted by Chris Rogers, Edcamp Foundation Program Associate

Given the growing influence of digital tools on young people’s lives, what are the possibilities for where creative investigation in the classroom can...

Submitted by Brittany Murro, @brittanymurro

"We had 170 educators who attended EdCamp Tabernacle, which we were super excited about since it was our very first one!"

Here is the link to our session board: 

Adam Friedman, Assistant Professor of Social Studies Education at Wake Forest University, recently reached out to the Edcamp Foundation by phone to inquire about the Edcamp-in-a-box process. He wanted to build on the success of last year’s...

Let's raise our voices!

From the minute a person decides to become a teacher, there is a commitment to stand with and for the children who will be our students. We don't teach for fame and fortune; we teach for kids. How many of us...

Partnership will provide maker education resources to Edcamp organizers across the country!

November 9, 2017 | Washington, D.C. - The Maker Promise, a collaboration led by the Maker Education Initiative (Maker Ed) and Digital Promise,...

Teacher-Led Learning Program Offers Personalized Training Events in Communities Nationwide

Arlington, VA – October 4, 2017 – PBS and Edcamp today announced a first-of-its-kind national partnership that will...

 

I love EdCamps. Today I attended #EdCampSEMN at Austin High School in Austin, Minnesota, the home of Hormel and SPAM. And, if that’s not reason enough to attend, the beautiful drive down from the Twin Cities through rolling hills...

Dear Edcampers,

Seven years ago, the first Edcamp was held in Philadephia. Since then, Edcamps have become a melting pot of learning. Different schools, belief systems, and races are represented and celebrated. Teachers, parents,...

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