The Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Office for Schools, is excited to announce our THIRD EdCamp!

What:  EdCamp ArchMil Edu: A FREE opportunity for educators to collaborate
Who: Any teacher in grades 3K - 12th and specialists, administrators and special educators

When:  Friday, July 21st 2017 - 8:00 am - 12:30 pm 

Where:  Divine Savior Holy Angels (DSHA) High School - 4257 N 100th St. Milwaukee, WI 53222

Why:  SHARE ideas, thoughts and questions regarding education with colleagues 

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Learn more about Edcamps below. To register, click on the 'Registration' tab at the top

What is an Edcamp?
An Edcamp is an 'Unconference."

An 'unconference' is an opportunity for professional educators to come together with colleagues and discuss anything that interests you relating to education. There is no schedule or agenda or keynote and no NO REGISTRATION FEE. An edcamp is designed, organized and developed by the participants attending that day.

Participants are encouraged to come with an idea for a session to lead or explore for a few hours of learning. Sessions that are proposed on the day of the Edcamp can pertain to anything in education. A session might explore a technology tool, a discussion about best assessment practices or a collaborative presentaiton with multiple facilitators.

The first session of the day will comprise of all attendees sharing or listening to ideas for proposed sessions to be offered. Then, we will make a schedule and the learning can begin!

What is an Edcamp video?

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Edcamp Philly:

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EdCamp sessions are NOT 'sit and get' presentations. 

EdCamps are about discussion and thinking and problem-solving. We build the agenda ourselves and then spend the rest of the morning talking, sharing, and learning. Come prepared to participate!

Do any of the questions below resonate with you? If so, then you are a prime candidate for EdCamp Arch Mil Edu:

  • How can we create an awesome teacher leadership system in the archdiocese?
  • What if we didn't have class periods?
  • How can we more effectively integrate our faith into our classrooms and collaborate across the archdiocese?
  • How can we help kids think more deeply?
  • Is there a new initiative at your school that you would like to learn more about?
  • What are some great learning technologies for students in any content area/grade?
  • How do you integrate writing into different content areas?
  • What does disciplinary literacy look like in your classroom/school?
  • How can we keep from feeling overwhelmed all of the time?
  • How can we take better advantage of our new digital learning spaces to improve professional development?
  • How can we better learn from other educators and schools?
  • Do students still need to memorize anything?
  • Is there a topic or program that you would like to learn more about in order to bring to your school?
  • What might school look like if students were in charge of teaching at least 20% of the time?
  • How can preschool and elementary students use digital tools in powerful ways?
  • What are better ways to involve our parents and community with our students?
  • Do we really need grades?
  • What if students got to choose what they worked on?
  • What might be some ways that our students could REALLY contribute to their community?
  • In a multimedia world, what is the future of reading?
  • Global Read Aloud and Reading in the 21st Century
  • Maker Fair - Innovative Practices
  • Badges, Levels, Games and Learning
  • Pointing fingers: Digital Citizenship for Elementary Students
  • Use Design Thinking to Solve Real Problems
  • and many, many more...

What should I bring?

Bring yourself, maybe two or three education-related topics to discuss / share, a GREAT attitude and a device of any kind.