We are starting to collect your ideas for our virtual Ed Camp on January 23rd. For those of you who are new to the Ed Camp model, the schedule of the day is usually done the morning of the workshop, built from the ideas of those in attendance. The richness of an Ed Camp is allowing participants to talk about what is important to them. To do this, we need your suggestions of topics.
Due to us moving online this year, we are trying a new way to get suggestions to build up our sessions. You can add your idea on a Jamboard we have created for this event.
Once you have accessed the Jamboard, choose a sticky from the menu on the left.
Write your idea on a sticky, choose a colour if you would like, then post it to the Jamboard. You can then move your sticky to another area of the Jamboard if it is blocking another sticky. Please limit yourself to one idea per sticky, but feel free to add as many stickies (topics) as you would like.
As we get closer to EdcampBCCC, Janice and Carrie will be grouping similar options and creating the sessions. We will send out the final session list and the links to participate in those sessions virtually in the days before the Ed Camp.
Until then, keep inviting educators, parents, students, trustees, teacher candidates, etc. to join us to share in the conversation. We are thankful to have an online platform this year to include more voices from across the province, across interests and across ages. We are looking forward to our discussions at EdCampBCCC!
Janice and Carrie
EdCampBCCC was founded by Janice Novakowski (SD 38) and Carrie Antoniazzi (SD 93) as a place where educators from different School Districts and Educational Settings in British Columbia could come together and share their best practices, ask questions, gain support, and learn to take risks, all around BC's Core Competencies.