The first annual Edcamp in Wisconsin focused on middle level education will be at Concordia on Saturday, September 29th from 9AM to 3PM.

There is no fee! Register through Eventbrite. Concordia PEP member school leaders should share this information with their colleagues and school communities.

Anyone teaching, leading, or engaged with education for early adolescents (Grades 5-9) should attend. This can include teachers, principals, counselors, social workers, central office leaders, clergy, and others with a mission to serve middle level kids. This Edcamp is open to public, Lutheran, Catholic, Christian School educators, as well as university students, professors, school board members, and citizens interested in advancing education for middle grades children.

Edcamps are peer-led, participant-driven professional learning opportunities for educators that use an “unconference” model to build teacher networks and share best practices. Tenets of Edcamp: Participant-Driven. Session topics are determined by participants. Conversations & collaboration are key!

Sponsors for this Middle Level Edcamp are Concordia School of Education and the Wisconsin Association for Middle Level Education (WAMLE) and the Edcamp Foundation. Additional information is on the Eventbrite site.

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