|A Message from Mike Marotta & Brian Friedlander, Organizers edcampAccessNJ:
Well it is finally here! Our conference is this Saturday, March 8th. We just wanted to check in and share a few items with you prior to the event.
Driving Directions: https://www.cse.edu/about-cse/maps-and-directions/
Please arrive early! Registration starts at 8:00
Remember, the whole idea of an edcamp is the spontaneous sharing of ideas and strategies. Don’t feel pressure – Suggesting a topic does not mean you are an “Expert” in that topic. Instead, work to facilitate a group didscussion about that topic.
We will have four breakout sessions – each with 6 available rooms – for a total of 24 possible sessions for the day!
If you plan on speaking or leading a session: Each room will be setup with a projector and screen.
PLEASE make sure to bring any adapter you will need to connect your device to the projection system.
Thanks for all your support! We are so excited to meet everyone on Saturday.
See you Saturday,
Mike and Brian
Less than 2 weeks away! Do you have your tickets already? If not, what are you waiting for.
Sign up today!
We are very excited about the sessions already lined up and we can’t wait to fill the entire schedule the day of the event.
Also, don’t forget about the amazing raffle prizes from our sponsors. Free app codes, software, document cameras, (2) Tecla Shield Dos, Audio Notetaker software – the list goes on and on.
Plus – the BIG prize – an iPad Mini!
Looking forward to seeing everyone there on March 8th.
Mike and Brian
Join us for an exciting day of FREE PD! Click the link below for your ticket:
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