Today’s post shares the recordings of two streamed conversations from EdCamp Waterloo (2016). Many thanks to the event organizers for a rich day of learning and sharing.
EdCamp Waterloo: Learning Spaces
EdCamp Waterloo: Google Apps
Enjoy the learning.
Note: cross post from OSSEMOOC
Ed Camp Waterloo Region, held yesterday – Feb. 22, 2014, was an amazing day for many reasons. First off, a special thank you to organizers for arranging the day and bringing so many passionate educators together. Each of the sessions I attended had deep, meaningful and thought provoking discussion. I appreciated the openness of the educators who attended to share their thinking and insights with confidence.
The day also turned out to be a great example of connected learning. Many thanks to the educators who joined remotely and contributed to the discussion via twitter and text messages.
The day after a successful event like this always begs the question: So what next? I hope each of you will turn “what next?” into “what can I do?” Please consider:
- how to keep the conversation going
- demonstrate your connected learning
- share through blogging, G+, twitter etc.
- continue asking questions
- nurture someone around you, bring them into the conversation
- promote and attend other edcamps
Check out my Storify of EdCampWR tweets
Read Where to now? by Donna Fry
Join in the free professional connected learning with OSSEMOOC
Keep the learning going.
Why not make your Saturday a great opportunity to learn. Would you like to learn from where ever you are? You just need an internet connection.
EdCampWR is happening Saturday Feb. 22 2014 at Ryerson PS. I will be attending in person and sharing my experience through video broadcasting of sessions and interviews.
Here is how you can learn virtually.
Learn more about Ed Camp Waterloo.
Sign up for a free account to access the video stream here.
Where to watch: click here.
Follow the Twitter conversation
Make it a great learning day!