5 Ways to Be Intentional in the Design of Your Edcamp By Dr. Jennifer Williams, Edcamp Tampa Bay Organizer, @JenWilliamsEdu “How might we create an Edcamp experience that best meets the needs of all of our attendees?”  With a goal of providing an equitable, accessible, and enjoyable experience for our Edcampers, this is a...
Attending an edcamp is always so inspiring! Edcamps are a times to develop new friendships and collaborate with other passionate educators! Think back on your edcamp experiences. Who in particular has been inspirational for you? It might be more...
Parent-Teacher partnerships can be a powerful support for students. Share how you make that happen with the parents of your students. Use the hashtag #EdcampGift! Tweet out your strategies, and get the chance to win $100 for your local Edcamp!...
Don't forget to share your ideas today during Day 6 of #EdcampGift! Share how students are connected to their learning in your classroom? What does it look like? Get the chance to win $100 for your local Edcamp, if your tweet is chosen! Share as...
What do you do to be a lifelong learner? Where do you go to find out what is happening? What resources are you looking for? Tweet it out with the hashtag #EdcampGift and maybe you will win $100 for your local Edcamp, thanks to the generous...
Where do you want to see the Edcamp movement in 2 or 5 or 10 years? What should we be doing now to make that happen? Share your ideas on Twitter, #EdcampGift! The best tweet, as chosen by a collection of Edcamp organizers, will receive a check for...
Thanks to a generous donation from Remind, we are hosting #EdcampGift this week and next week! Keep your eyes out for the question of the day. Answer it in a tweet with the hashtag, #EdcampGift, to enter the contest. Each day, one tweet will be...
Kevin Honeycutt was the guest speaker at our convocation this past August. He spoke eloquently about the power of teachers--in one day, in one small moment in time—to ‘Flip a Kid’ and turn them into believers in themselves and their genius!...
In 2008 my wife and I were expecting twins. They were due in late December but, unexpectedly, my wife had a medical emergency and they were delivered in August. Sadly, our little girl only lived for three days. Our son spent 3 months in the NICU,...
What an amazing 5 years it has been, since the first Edcamp! It is hard to imagine a world without Edcamps to attend! Let’s show the world just how wide the influence has been. We are kicking off a campaign for #GivingTuesday, which is the...
It’s not often that you get a single email that you think will change the course of an entire organization – and it’s even less often that you get one that actually does. In December of 2014, while on a business trip to California, Edcamp...
On June 23-24, 2015, there will be the first ever Edcamp in Ukraine. Passionate educators who “care about the future of our children,” as Oleksandr Elkin, a lead organizer put it, have worked tirelessly to bring the Edcamp model of...
For new Edcamp organizers, the first step is to get connected with a member of the Foundation Partnership Program.  You do that here. After talking with the Foundation Partner, you will need to work with your team of organizers to identify a...
Imagine hosting an Edcamp without any of the hassle of finding sponsors to help pay for coffee in the morning and Post-It notes for the Session Board. What if all of that simply appeared! Imagine that the Edcamp Foundation effectively provides the...
I was an early adopter of Twitter as a means of connecting with other educators, thanks in large part to Will Richardson and Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach. Little did I know how much it would change my life! I loved the energy and collaboration that was...
In 2012, Sweden became one of the first countries beyond the United States to incorporate the Edcamp model into their professional development. Since then, the country has hosted dozens of Edcamp events for teachers and leaders. As Swedish...
We Edcamp because…-we are learners first, teachers second.-we care about kids.-we embrace a growth mindset, and we want to model this for our students.-we know adults need social learning.-we believe educators are the best change agents for...
The Edcamp Foundation would like to recognize and thank Ms. Sara Brooks, an Information Literacy Teacher (Elementary School Librarian) in Greely, Colorado, for being our first monthly donor. We appreciate your support! Here’s the note that...
BREAKING: The Edcamp Foundation has been granted non-profit status by the Federal government! We are now able to accept tax-deductible contributions to help further the Edcamp message and mission across the country!
this press release is cross-posted from: http://www.bammyawards.com/index.php/component/content/article/1055 Academy of Education Arts and Sciences Expands Bammy Awards to Include Education Technology Los Angeles, CA. July 11, 2013 – Today the...

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