This short video should make us all think about where we should be gong in all areas of life - yes, including education.
EDCAMP Survey Results
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What I liked . . . YOU SAID,
"being able to make choices, meeting with other grade and subject level teachers, communicating with other schools, attending vertical alignment meetings, getting feedback from other teachers, hearing the App Smackdown, talking about the Daily 5, experiencing the idea of Edcamp, learning about technology with peers, being given a variety of topics, being in small groups, talking with others about how they incorporate technology, being able to leave a session I did not feel was helpful, and listening to Chet Dreschel as emcee."
What I didn't like . . . YOU SAID,
"Sessions were too long. There was not a facilitator in every room. Weak Wifi signal for downloading. No one had any new information on GA milestones. We needed more explanation on Google Classroom. People were talking amongst themselves, not listening to each other. I felt as though I was missing a chance to do work on a teacher workday. I wish we could have stayed in a session longer, carry it over. We were on a roll."
I would like to know more about . . . YOU SAID,
Google Classroom, Class DOJO, Flubaroo, Google Forms, GOFAR, project-based learning, Classflow, Zip Grade, Plickers, Add-ons to use in Google, music and art apps, math centers and technology, Boxlight, Promethian Board, and vertical alignment strategies.
This is an overview of what you shared with us. Thanks for your participation in the Edcamp Lee model. Natalie and I will be taking your thoughts into consideration as we approach Edcamp Lee #2 for next year.