WHAT IS EDCAMP?
Edcamp is an approach to help create communities of practice through experience sharing, discussion of problems and solutions and collaborative policy development.
POLICY PANEL DISCUSSIONS
POLICY DISCUSSION COMMENTS AND SUGGESTIONS
EXPERIENCE SHARING SESSIONS
WHY DO A COMMUNITY EDCAMP?
Community Edcamps are educational conference-platforms, with certain principles regarding the format, organized independently from our foundation, with public accountability, and pertaining to a certain profession or physical area.
Based on regions, cities and villages
Based on teacher groups
Based on multidisciplinary groups
Based on school leader unions
Based on school or other public education networks
Based on parenting groups, communities or institutions
More in-depth discussions
Establishment of independent professional educational communities
HOW DO WE ENVISION IMPLEMENTING COMMUNITY EDCAMPS?
Any group of educators can apply to organize a Community Edcamp.
We provide an Edcamp guide, as well as consulting and advertising.
Community Edcamp applications are approved if they adhere to certain principles.
Community Edcamps should be held accountable publicly.
WHO CAN ORGANIZE A COMMUNITY EDCAMP?
Teacher groups, with a focus on 1 or many subjects or curricula (pre-school, elementary, middle or secondary school curricula).
Multidisciplinary groups or groups and unions with a narrow focus: for example, groups or associations of psychologists or speech therapists.
Networks and unions of pre-schools and schools, or of principals of such educational institutions