Free Professional Development for Teachers by Teachers

Teachers Teaching Teachers

EdCampNOLA, http://www.edcampnola.com, (formerly EdCampLA) is a day of learning that will advance the best practices in K-12 teachers from the Greater New Orleans area. It is a free Day of Learning put on for teachers by teachers. Join us as we share exciting 21st century practices and provide opportunities to collaborate and network with other teachers from this area.
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Looking for Professional Development that you can use?

EdCampNOLA is an Unconference offered by Teachers for Teachers. Teachers are the presenters. Teachers are the campers. Teachers determine the type of workshops. The needs of Teachers are the focus of this day of free workshops, talks and seminars.
EdCampNOLA 2014

Can you spare a Saturday to learn about new resources and make connections with other educators?

This will be our third year hosting EdCamp NOLA (Formerly EdCamp Louisiana) and we are excited to once again meet and greet other great educators from around the state. Come and join us as we discuss ....
  • using iPads in class
  • literacy strategies to promote close reading
  • creating your personal brand
  • CCSS resources that work
  • ways connecting with parents
  • developing your PLN using Google+, twitter and blogs
  • PBIS strategies to improve school climate
  • using digital storytelling tools
  • creating an online class using Edmodo
  • ways blogging can drive a class
  • and anything else that you might want to talk about

EdCampNOLA is a gathering of educators who passionately believe in the power of educational technology to transform teaching and learning. We are devoted to advancing best practices in K-12 education and professional development.

Teachers teaching Teachers what they know best.

The video below has captured some of the moments from our last EdCamp.

#EdCampLA 2012
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Be a Camper. Be a Presenter. Just BE THERE

Taylor, Patrick F. Science & Technology Academy

Saturday, Oct. 11th, 8am-3:30pm

701 Churchill Pkwy

Westwego, LA

  • Your curiosity.

  • A friend.

  • A jacket or a sweater.

  • A laptop with wireless Internet, PDA or iPad. These devices will allow you to view the session board online, take notes, take pictures and view websites discussed throughout the day.

#EdCampNOLA is in need of your support and enthusiasm.


The basic schedule is outlined below.
8:00-9:00 - Registration, Networking and Session Planning
9:00-9:50 - Session 1
10:00-10:50 - Session 2
11:00-11:30 - Session 3
12:00-1:30 - LUNCH / Smackdown
1:30-2:20 - Session 4
2:30-3:20 - Closing Session and Door Prizes

We will hold full 50 minute sessions and 20 minute mini-sessions. Everyone will be able to find something that works for them.

Here is last year's schedule.

This is our 3rd EdCamp in the greater New Orleans area.

Here is a Highlight Booklet from EdCamp #1

Hope that you can come out to join us this year. Visit the website often for more information http://www.EdCampNOLA.com/

EdCamp NOLA Organizers:

EdCamp Louisiana Organizers:

  • Valerie Burton, M.Ed., High School English Teacher, Jefferson Parish School System
  • Paula L. Naugle, 4th Grade Teacher, Jefferson Parish Public School System
  • Tiffany Whitehead, Teacher-Librarian, Central Community School District
  • Carl Gaines Jr., Computer Science Teacher, Chalmette High School/AP Social Studies Instructor, Louisiana Virtual School
  • Brian Mull, Director of Innovation, November Learning
  • Tinashe Blanchet, Digital Engagement Specialist, Jefferson Parish School System