How Teachers Can Learn From One Another at Unconferences, Meet-ups and Edcamps

MindShift

One district employee was smiling about how there were elementary and secondary teachers connecting and sharing: “Where else do you see this?” The Edcamp Foundation puts the Rule of Two Feet near the top of their list of tenets.

A conference about what is sacred in education: 5Sigma Edu Con

iLearn Technology

Hundreds of conferences, workshops, MOOCS, edcamps, professional journals, blogs, the list seriously goes on and on. There are a lot of options for professional development. If you’re like me, your inbox and mailbox have a pretty consistent stream of offerings.

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Enter the #squadgoals Challenge

EdTechTeam

Kristen Witt Director, Secondary Education FSUSD Fairfield, CA The first year we sent a cohort of teachers to a summer summit and then a second summit hosted by one of our other district high schools in November. We invite you all to join us for our #squadgoals challenge for the next month!

8 keys to avoiding teacher burnout (part two)

The Cornerstone Blog

Actively look for PD that will be meaningful for you, such as free EdCamps in your area , and seek opportunities to learn and connect with other educators whenever you can.

Year of #SayingYes

EdTechTeam

Had I not had a few articles published and read by local educators, I might not have attended my first EdCamp. Had I not attended my first EdCamp, I wouldn’t have been introduced to so many great tools like Flipgrid and Peardeck! Kelly Grotrian East Brunswick High School East Brunswick, NJ Twitter: @MsGrotrian Kelly has taught for East Brunswick Public Schools since January 2007 as a Secondary Social Studies Teacher.