Save the Dates: EdcampPDX and EdTech Women Portland

*UPDATE: Edtech Women Portland has been postponed due to the same-date scheduling with EdcampPDX. Send an email to tri@georgefox.edu to join the email list and get news about the new winter meetup.*

Unfortunately, both of these events are on the same day: Saturday, Nov. 15. So, choose one or both to attend!

EdcampPDX 
8:30am-3:30pm
Liberty HS, 21945 NW Wagon Way, Hillsboro, OR
Free!

Register at http://bit.ly/edcamppdxsite and bring some friends!

What is edcampPDX?
An edcamp is a unconference-style day of professional development organized and given by the local participants. Those who are interested pitch an idea for a conversation or hands-on session. The day of the edcamp we organize the ideas into sessions and everyone chooses which session to attend. There is always something for everyone — and if not — sign up to lead a discussion that interests you! This is the best type of PD because its about what you want and shared with other passionate, innovative educators.

EdTech Women Portland
10am-Noon
George Fox Portland, 12753 SW 68th Avenue, Portland
$3 donation + bring cookies or a snack to share

Register at:
https://foxfiles.georgefox.edu/users/faculty/rashford/EdTechWomen-11-2014-Invite.pdf

What is EdTech Women?
EdTechWomen was inspired by women’s influence in the field of education & technology. Our chapter promotes and brings together a multidisciplinary group of women focused on leveraging technology to promote stronger schools, human services, and businesses through the values of community, inclusivity, visibility, and impact.

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Author: mlimpdx

Education Technology at Portland Public Schools in Portland, OR

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