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Meet Daniel!

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Name: Daniel Goduti

Website / Blog: n/a

Twitter: @danielgoduti

How are you involved in education?

Science Teacher at The Haverford School

Have you ever attended an edcamp before? If so, which one(s)?

I have not, but I’m excited to see how the program works!

What do you hope to get out of Edcamp DVIS?

I’m hoping to share and learn ideas and network with colleagues from other area independent schools.

If you were to post a discussion topic for a session at edcamp DV-IS, what would it be?

Formative assessment; argumentation; project/problem based learning

Meet Sarah!

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Sarah Crofts

Name: Sarah Crofts

Website / Blog: n/a

Twitter: @sarahbcrofts

How are you involved in education? 

I work as the Marketing and Communications Assistant at Newtown Friends School. Earlier in my career, I was a middle school science teacher.

Have you ever attended an edcamp before? If so, which one(s)?

EdCamp Friends hosted by Newtown Friends School in March 2016.

What do you hope to get out of edcamp DV-IS?

I am interested in networking with people from other independent schools. I would love to learn about other school’s marketing strategy successes.

If you were to post a discussion topic for a session at edcamp DV-IS, what would it be?

What kind of marketing efforts do faculty members get excited to be involved in?


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Thanks to our generous sponsors, Edu-Tech, AirSquirrels and Trader Joe’s, EdCamp DVIS will provide a complimentary breakfast to all attendees. Check-in and breakfast will begin at 8:30am, and the food will be available until 10:00am throughout the schedule creation.


Bring or buy your own lunch. The Jules Thin Crust Pizza truck will be selling their delicious slices beginning at 11:30am. Many local eateries are within walking distance of TPS. Bring your lunch back to the Multi Purpose Room and continue those awesome conversations with your colleagues and new friends!

2016 Schedule

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8:30 – 9:30am

  • Free continental breakfast
  • Free coffee and tea
  • Brainstorm and volunteer to facilitate sessions


  • Welcome from The Philadelphia School
  • Welcome from our organizing team

10:00 – 10:45am

10:55 – 11:40am

11:45am – 1:00pm

  • Bring or Buy your own lunch
  • Jules Thin Crust Pizza truck in parking lot
  • Many local eateries within walking distance of TPS

12:40 – 1:00pm

  • Share a favorite tool or trick in 1 minute or less

1:10 – 1:55pm

2:05 – 2:50pm


  • Share reflections from the day
  • Door Prizes!
  • Closing Remarks

What to Wear / Bring

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The dress code is casual. Whatever you want to wear to be comfortable. A shirt with a logo of your favorite tech tool can be a great conversation starter. If bow ties give you confidence, go for it. There is also a fair amount of walking, so wear comfy shoes!

You will walk away with many ideas, so be prepared to record them either with a device or on paper. Sessions do not have to be about technology, but many times they will be, so bring a device so you can play along with everyone else. Wi-Fi will be available in all rooms. Instead of using projectors to share information with other people (and to resist the urge to present with a PowerPoint or such), there are Google Docs linked on the schedule so everyone can share information/resources that way.

How Do I Prepare?

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Edcampers are encouraged to prepare at their own comfort level. Some edcampers come without doing any prep work; some come with an idea of what they want to discus. Others prepare more formally. If you do prepare to present a session, make sure it will last no more than 20 minutes so as to allow time to facilitate a discussion on your topic. Edcamp is about conversations, not fancy presentations. You don’t have to lead a session, but we do encourage you to share your voice, share your passions, share your best practices as well as your dilemmas, and concerns.