I’m thrilled to announce a very special Edcamp event for educators in the vicinity of the state of Delaware: Teacher LeaderCamp @WilmU.
While most Edcamps cover a vast array of edu-themes, the overarching focus of Teacher LeaderCamp is teacher leadership. Our host and sponsor, Wilmington University, indicated an interest in holding this event in order to foster teacher leadership in Delaware, and since teacher leadership constituted a huge part of my dissertation research, of course I was interested in helping organize the event.
Teacher LeaderCamp will be held on Saturday, October 25th from 9am-3pm. The event will be held at two sites simultaneously in order to maximize the number of Delaware-area educators we can bring into the conversation: the campuses of Wilmington University at Dover and Wilson Graduate Center in New Castle.
As is the case with all Edcamps, the specific schedule of events will be set on the morning of the event, by the participants. If there’s a topic you want to discuss, pick a time, pick a room, and put it on the master board – that’s all there is to it!
Of course, registration is FREE, but we do need you to register in advance – click here to reserve your free tickets for Dover; click here to reserve tickets for the Wilson Graduate Center in New Castle. After you get your tickets, don’t forget to Like us on Facebook for updates and info as we get closer to the event.
Wilmington University has generously offered us all the essentials for an Edcamp: meeting space, bandwidth, and plenty of food – all that’s missing is you! Hope to see you and your colleagues on October 25th.