EdCamp Walker's Point is the first inaugural EdCamp that will be hosted at UCC Acosta Middle School in Milwaukee, WI. UCC Acosta Middle School is part of the United Community Center and Bruce Guadalupe Community School.

The event will take place on Saturday, October 27th from 8:00am - 3:00pm at our brand new UCC Acosta Middle School facility (1038 S. 6th Street, Milwaukee, WI).

The afternoon before the event on Friday, October 26th, there will be a networking happy hour event at Mob Craft Brewing at 505 S. 5th Street right in the heart of Walker's Point!

The event is FREE to all participants, and breakfast AND lunch will be provided at NO COST!

An EdCamp is an opportunity to collaborate, innovate, learn, and grow with other educators and educational leaders! Teachers gather together to learn a topic of interest, or present information on a teaching strategy/innovative practice/tool/resource. Gather with us on October 27th to learn and grow and network with other educators in the Milwaukee and southeast Wisconsin area!

Follow us on social media, and share our event using the hashtag #EdCampWalkersPoint, on Twitter @EdCampWkrsPoint, or on Instagram @EdCampWalkersPoint.

Have questions or need additional information? Contact Shaba Martinez at smartinez@bgcsedu.org.

Pre-Order Your T-shirt HERE!

All participants will get a custom EdCamp Walker's Point t-shirt! Please follow the link here to order the appropriate size for you!

What is an EdCamp?

An edcamp is an informal unconference-style day of professional development organized and given by the local participants with sessions determined at the time of the event. Connect with other educators to share innovative instructional strategies and technologies that transform education for all students.

Arrive with an idea for a session that you would like to lead and be ready to learn. A session might explore a technology tool, a discussion about best practices or a collaborative presentation with multiple facilitators.

You will have the opportunity to attend up to four sessions. The rule of the unconference is to “vote with your feet”. If a session doesn’t meet your needs, simply get up and move on to another room.

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