What do Nebo educators choose to do on a Saturday in November?
What do Nebo educators choose to do on a Saturday in November? They join other colleagues from neighboring districts for an EdCamp Professional Development at Timpanogos High School. Nebo educators experienced a day full of lively and relevant discussions, delicious food, and prizes. The conference was EdCamp style! These Nebo educators were able to choose the session topics themselves and even volunteer to facilitate the discussions.
Some comments from Nebo educators include:
Courtney Amodio: “EdCamp is a conference unlike any other. It is entirely discussion-based so we are learning as well as contributing. We get to collaborate with different teachers around the state and learn about the topics that are important to us! It is truly an amazing experience.”
Sasha Tew: “I highly recommend EdCamp. I was a little skeptical about the ‘unconference’ format, but it was amazing! I received so many practical ideas that I felt I could implement in my classroom. The sessions are short, engaging, and about topics that matter to teachers.”
Jodi Beck: “I really enjoyed discussing current issues and ideas in education with other teachers. I am excited to implement a few of the ideas that other online teachers are trying in their classrooms.”
Thank you for being Nebo Heroes and going the extra mile for our Nebo students.
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