Edcamp for Equity & Inclusivity 2020
On May 9, 2020, WW-P will be hosting an EdCamp for Equity & Inclusivity at High School South. As a district, we believe all of our stakeholders need safe places to have conversations that will push the work forward: to ask questions, to share, to learn, and to find allies. Doing this work will allow us to truly create a culture that includes, honors, and empowers every voice.
Edcamps are designed for educators and presented by educators. Edcamp for Equity & Inclusivity is no exception! We welcome all educators to our event.
Registration, breakfast, networking & Discussion Board building begins at 7am. Coffee and refreshments are provided by the WWPEA. The opening remarks by Mr. Julius Clark, Principal at Red Bank Regional High School District, and former WWPRSD administrator and alumni, begin at 8am.
We will be sharing the location with the HITOPS New Jersey Trans Youth Forum 2020.
Click here for updates and information regarding the 2019 sessions, our speakers, and the event.
WHAT IS AN EDCAMP?
The mission of Edcamp Foundation is to build and support communities of empowered educators.
Free and open to all. This ensures that all educators can attend.
Participant-driven. Sessions are determined by the participants at the event; there are no presentations. The goal is to keep sessions spontaneous, interactive and responsive to everyone’s needs.
Experience, not Experts. The educators in the room are professionals worthy of sharing their expertise in a collaborative setting.
Reliant on the Rule of Two Feet. Participants are encouraged to actively self-select the best content and sessions. Edcampers should leave sessions that do not meet their needs. This provides an effective way of “weeding out” sessions that are not based on appropriate research or not delivered in an engaging format.