This sounds really cool…

but I’ll be cooking my little head off that day for a party in the evening.  Still, I hope it’s a success and that it happens again soon, because I would definitely go if the timing were different.  Thanks to the poster who posted it in my comments; I’m posting it here instead so it gets more notice.

EduCamp NYC is a gathering born from the desire by teachers, researchers, and technology specialists in K-12 education to share and learn in an open and powerfully-networked environment. All workshops are scheduled the day they happen, and are lead by conference attendees. Attendees are strongly encouraged to give a demo, run a session, lead a discussion, or help with one, or otherwise volunteer / contribute in some way to support the event. The people present at the event will select the workshops they want to attend. Pre-event planning will take place using the barcamp wiki. The event will be run using Open Space Technology. Conference notes and post-conference teamwork will take place using the curriculum collaboration tool, RSVP at

Event Details:

* When: Saturday, December 1st, 10AM – 4PM, followed by happy hour

* Where: Teachers College, 120th between Broadway and Amsterdam, Rm. 285 Grace Dodge Hall

* Cost: Free, including breakfast and lunch

With Networking and learning opportunities for all!

Veteran teachers:

o Show-off your repertoire.

o Learn new tricks.

o Forge a collaborative curriculum project.

o Feel out new job opportunities with school leaders.

New teachers:

o Connect with mentors in your subject area.

o Find a school that fits.

School leaders:

o Experience a teacher-led model for professional development.

o Build early relationships with new teacher candidates.

Education researchers:

o Present and explore educational theories with practitioners.

o Recruit a subject group.

Education Technology Specialists:

o Pow-wow with others doing cutting-edge work in the Web 2.0 instructional realm.


When you come, be prepared to share with educampers.
When you leave, be prepared to share it with the world.



Filed under education, New York, teaching

2 responses to “This sounds really cool…

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