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Educamp.pl w Krakowie!

August 26th, 2010 by Ilona Buchem


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Na początku tego roku pisałam tutaj o barcampach i o tym, że jak na razie podobne inicjatywy w Polsce nie są widoczne. No i proszę – co za wspaniała niespodzianka – kilka miesięcy potem zostaje organizowany barcamp edukacyjny w Polsce – Educamp.pl.

Educamp.pl  to “nieformalne, otwarte, interaktywne spotkanie ludzi związanych z nowoczesną edukacją, Internetem i technologiami wspierającymi szkolenia. Celem spotkania jest integracja środowiska, wymiana doświadczeń i pomysłów oraz dobra zabawa.”

Zobaczcie koniecznie strone: http://www.educamp.pl/ – szykuje się naprawde świetny barcamp! Odbedzie się on 29 września 2010 w Krakowie o godzinie 18:00 w Drukarni Jazz Club.

Oto zasady uczestnictwa „spotkanie podlega trzem generalnym zasadom: (1)profesjonalne, (2)nieformalne, (3)otwarte. Profesjonalne, bo zapraszamy ekspertów, prezentujemy rozwiązania, promujemy idee i ułatwiamy nawiązywanie kontaktów. Nieformalne, bo przy wejściu obcinamy krawaty, spotykamy się w knajpie i przede wszystkim romawiamy. Otwarte, bo uczestnictwo nic nie kosztuje, może przyjść każdy i może się nieźle bawić.“

Są już pierwsze zgłoszenia na sesje pechakucha:

  • Wykorzystanie nowoczesnych form edukacji w nauczaniu języków obcych.
  • „World of Processes“ – koncepcja otwartego projektu szkoleniowego.
  • · „Wirtualizacja w zadalnym nauczaniu.“

Jest fotograf, jest DJ, którego można posłuchać już online, będą prezentować m.in. Rainer Hartlep, Marek Hyla, Jarosław Lipszyc, Renata Maroszek, Mateusz Tułecki.

Do tego lista partnerów do pozazdroszczenia – goldenline, inteligencja pedagogiczna, telerat, edukacja internet dialog, webshake.tv, profeo, dziennik internautów.

Organizatorzy zwracają się do wszystkich zainteresowanych z prośbą o pomoc w:

1. Poszukiwaniu sponsora imprezy (wszelkie kontakty i pomoc mile widziane)
2. Rozpropagowaniu idei spotkania via Wszystkie znane kanały komunikacji…

Ja też się dołączam do tej prośby. Naprawdę warto propagować i wspierać takie inicjatywy!

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