EdCampIS – Be a Part of the Learning Revolution

Last year, I had the honor of attending the National Association of Independent School’s (NAIS) annual conference in Washington, D.C. It was a great experience full of speakers who inspire and challenged the thinking. During the conference, a number of us began talking about the inherent problem with NAIS and other major conferences, such as ISTE, especially those with technology strands. Because of the size of each of these endeavors, the conference planners need to have their call for submissions 5 – 7 months ahead of the conference. Because of this cycle, the inclusion of new creative and innovative ideas often have […]