Edcampgift

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I have attended 3 years worth of EdCamps and Unconferences at 5 different venues. The memories and learning is hard to describe. But EdCamp is having 12 Days of Edcamp for people around the country to reflect and share. Follow the learning on Twitter.

After the 12 days, I will update my blog with all my personal reflections (see below). It has been a busy few weeks, so I have not had the chance to update until now.

Day 1 of #edcampgift: Recognize and celebrate an amazing colleague that you’ve met at Edcamp.

Day 2 of #edcampgift: Share the best Edcamp session you’ve ever attended.

Day 3 of #edcampgift: Share your favorite Edcamp photo.

Day 4 of #edcampgift: Share something you’ve implemented in your classroom after an Edcamp.

Day 5 of #edcampgift: Share an old blog post you’ve written that was inspired by Edcamp.

Day 6 of #edcampgift: Tweet a place that would be perfect for a future Edcamp.

Day 7 of #edcampgift: Share your favorite Edcamp food or treat.

Day 8 of #edcampgift: Share a valuable educational tool you learned about at Edcamp.

Day 9 of #edcampgift: Share an experiment you tried that was inspired by Edcamp.

Apparently I skipped a day, but just one. 

Day 10 of #edcampgift: Share your dreams for the Edcamp community.

Day 11 of #edcampgift: Compliment a trusted Edcamp organizer.

Day 12 of #edcampgift: Share the next Edcamp you plan to attend.

In other exciting Edcamp news, I am now helping out with the Online Presence Committee of the Edcamp Foundation. I’m really looking forward to collaborating with so like minded, passionate people.

About Lisa Butler

Middle school teacher of Social Studies and Spanish, tech trainer, and BYOT Club founder. I have recently embraced the power of blogging and reviewing products. If I am not doing something ed or tech, I am probably reading, baking, or traveling.
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