Why EdCamp DVIS needs YOU!

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If you’re like most teachers, you’re probably relaxing on the beach, relishing your summer vacation. Who in their right mind would give up a day of summer break to go and attend *gasp* PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT in *gasp again* the middle of August?!

That’s because EdCamp is unlike any other professional development. Instead of being talked at for hours at a time on topics that may or may not interest you, EdCamp has no formal schedule of speakers or topics. In fact, the schedule is created that day, as participants arrive, register and meet new friends over a light breakfast. Anyone can post a topic session, and anyone can lead a session – all you need to do is ask the first question, and the discussion will naturally flow from there!

The overarching theme this year is all about making innovative change happen (think STEAM, MakerSpaces, using online tools for student collaboration, etc). We’ve heard these “buzzwords” over and over again. You may already be using some of these components in your schools, or you may not have bought into these latest trends in education. Regardless of where you stand on the spectrum, there is always something new to learn and try. If you’re open to changing things up in the classroom, but are scared because you don’t think you are tech-savvy enough, that’s exactly why you need to come! You get to pick the sessions that interest you the most. EdCamp is the perfect type of professional development for teachers and leaders to share and learn in a safe environment. Everyone is there to learn and help one another. In addition, it’s a fantastic opportunity to grow your professional network .

So what are you waiting for? Grab another teacher friend and register today! It’s sure to be a great day of learning and sharing!

Eventbrite - EdCamp Delaware Valley Independent Schools

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