Edcamp MALeads is Coming!

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Edcamp MALeads

Saturday, Feb. 2nd 2019 at 8:30am-12:30pm

33 Forge Parkway

Franklin, MA

Who: PreK-12 school leaders, directors, and coordinators, district leaders, teacher leaders, and state leaders.



Cost: Free!

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

All Registered? Introduce Yourself to the Group!

What is Edcamp?

Edcamp is a form of unconference designed specifically for leaders and their needs. What makes Edcamp an unconference? Unlike traditional conferences which have schedules set months in advance by the people running the conference, Edcamp has an agenda that's created by the participants at the start of the event.


We hope you reserve this date for a day of dialogue and professional development with district colleagues and leaders from all over Massachusetts.

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The Massachusetts School Administrators' Association (MSAA) is pleased to bring this worthwhile PD opportunity to Massachusetts school leaders!

What Participants Had to Say:

"The Edcamp MALeads was phenomenal last year. The mix of educational leaders from across the Commonwealth was as varied as I have ever seen it. The ideas that I took away from the day were in a word: Powerful. Can't wait for this year's EdCamp MALeads."-Martin Geoghegan, Principal, JT Nichols Middle School, MIddleboro


"Last year's Edcamp MassLeads was a great experience! I met so many leaders in the state that I had only followed on Twitter. This great networking activity also allowed a format of sharing that gave me the opportunity to hear what others were doing and steal the very best ideas that I felt were relevant to me in my building. What a great personalized learning opportunity!"- Ace Thompson, Principal, Boyalston Elementary School, Boyalston


"I was thrilled to attend the first edcamp MALeads in 2017. I’ve been an edcamp attendee and leader for a long time as a teacher, but as a new administrator, I was hoping to learn more specifically about my role in education. It was a terrific event, and I left motivated and full of new ideas to try and guide my leadership. A handful of folks from my district attended, so it was a wonderful opportunity to bond and share our experiences with each other. I left with new contacts and people in Massachusetts’s educational community to turn to for help with professional development, curriculum, motivating staff members, and developing a growth mindset as a district." -Abbey Dick, Director of Humanities, Malden Public Schools

Agenda (tentative)

8:00-8:30 Registration

8:30-9:00 Welcome

9:00-12:00 EdCamp Sessions

12:00-12:30 Raffles and debrief

1:00 After-party at local restaurant