#ECOOcamp Owen Sound

The ECOO Board of Directors has expressed an interest in extending the opportunities for learning of its members beyond the three day conference in November.  To that end, the concept of an #ECOOcamp takes the learning on the road to new locations.

In this case, it’s to Owen Sound on Saturday, April 14.

This announcement was posted on the ECOO website (www.ecoo.org) on the weekend and is shared here in case you missed it.  Bruce-Grey Catholic DSB, Bluewater DSB, and ECOO invite you to submit a session proposal for the event.  Details about registration and the full program will be coming.


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.

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.

When:  Saturday, April 14, 2018

Location:  St. Mary’s High School, Owen Sound

Twitter hashtag: #ECOOcamp

Topics:

  • Coding
  • Mathematics
  • Robotics
  • Social Media
  • Assessment Triangle
  • Global Competencies
  • Digital Pedagogy
  • Virtual Learning Environment
  • Cutting edge TLLP projects

CALL FOR PROPOSALS

If you have an idea for a session, please submit it by completing this form.
Submissions close on March 11, 2018.

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