There are so many things that I love about #EdCamp: An “un-conference”, it’s an experience that provides voice since we get to write down on sticky notes what we’re interested in learning/sharing about. Once the schedule is made, we get to make choices about which session(s) we’re interested in attending; if we visit and find the subject isn’t what we expected, then it’s fine to walk out and join another discussion.
Free-choice seating (allowing students to choose their seat) with flexible-seating choices (comfortable seating) has been a welcome wave of change in 21st Century classrooms. Cemetery-style desks are being replaced with yoga balls, wobble discs, Hokki stools, and more. If you’ve been in a Starbucks recently, you’ll notice the different options available to chat with … Read more