EdCamp Toronto

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EdCamp Toronto

What is EdCamp Toronto?

EdCamp Toronto is an exciting new approach to professional dialogue and learning. This unconference is dedicated to expanding and extending our conversations about schooling and education in the 21st century. EdCamp Toronto is a participant-driven event. We value and rely on the expertise, experiences and enthusiasm of all those who register.

Who is invited to EdCamp Toronto?

EdCamp Toronto is open to anyone with an interest in K-12 education: teachers, administrators, parents, community members. We believe that education is enriched and strengthened when all voices are invited into the conversation.

Source: EdCamp Toronto

The 2012 EdCamp Toronto took place at York University on Saturday September 29, 2012.

Follow EdCamp Toronto on Twitter @EdCampTO

Follow the hashtag #edcampto

Participants in EdCamp Toronto 2012

The following educators that participated in EdCamp Toronto. David Spencer had the pleasure of meeting some of them. To add your name to this list, please contact @DavidSpencer or use this form.

  1. Ilana Ben-Ari ‏@IlanaBenAri
  2. Andrew Campbell @acampbell99
  3. Max Cooke @max_cooke
  4. Robert Fetter @javarob75
  5. Andrew Forgrave @aforgrave
  6. Kim Gill @Gill_Ville
  7. Brian Harrison @bharrisonp
  8. Stephen_Hurley @Stephen_Hurley
  9. Alanna King @banana29
  10. Cindy Lee @Dangergirl1218
  11. Beth Lisser @bethlisser
  12. Sean McGaughey @Sean_McGaughey
  13. Stepan Pruchnicky @stepanpruch
  14. Heidi Siwak @HeidiSiwak
  15. David Spencer @DavidSpencer
  16. Patti Walker @pattimarathon
  17. Karen Wilson @kawilson68
  18. Jenn Zia @jennzia