The #ECOOcamp model is a unique combination of learning environments – a Microsoft Strand, a Google Strand, a Device Agnostic Strand, and an Unconference Strand. The format is designed to present learning opportunities for all educators.
April 14th: Owen Sound
Registration for #ECOOcamp Owen Sound is now closed.
The Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board and the Bluewater District School Board, in partnership with the Educational Computing Organization of Ontario, are pleased to host an #ECOOcamp for technology using educators.
When: Saturday, April 14, 2018
Location: St. Mary’s High School, Owen Sound
Twitter hashtag: #ECOOcamp
- Social Media
- Assessment Triangle
- Global Competencies
- Digital Pedagogy
- Virtual Learning Environment
- Cutting edge TLLP projects
Derek Tangredi is the Director of Integrated STEAM Education with Fair Chance Learning as well as an award winning teacher with the Thames Valley District School Board (London, Ontario) committed to progressive Education through student centered actions. He is also founder of Hacked Education, a non-profit venture to give students the access and ability to use technology and equipment ordinarily unavailable to them at home or through their schools. Derek has an Engineering background and is a speaker on several subjects including STEM, Makerspaces, Coding in the Classroom, Mathematics, Engineering, Design & Computational Thinking & Robotics.
Based in Fergus, Ontario, Emily Fitzpatrick is the Director of Professional Development for EdTechTeam, Canada. Previously she was a classroom teacher with experience in math, computer science, ESL and special education in Canada, Belgium and the UK. As a Certified Trainer and Innovator, Emily believes that technology should be accessible by all students in all subjects to deepen their understanding and create real-world connections. With EdTechTeam Canada, Emily helps to facilitate professional learning opportunities with Teachers, Administrators, Parents and Students.
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