Hello! If you can read this, it means we have not yet finalized a date for Chromecamp 2017. Please check back soon! Thank you!
Thanks for coming to Chromecamp! We are going to have an amazing day learning together.
Just remember – today is all about you. That means YOU decide what you’re going to learn, YOU get to share what’s you’re doing with Google tools (if you want), YOU make connections with other passionate educators, YOU get inspired!
Here are some links you’ll need today.
<< THE 2016 SCHEDULE DOC >>
<< “3-2-1” REFLECTION >>
DO THIS AT THE END OF THE DAY!
<< MAP OF THE SCHOOL >>
<< PD CERTIFICATES >>
<< ATTENDEE FEEDBACK SURVEY >>
That’s it! Go forth, learn, share & enjoy!
As of Wednesday, July 13th, Chromecamp 2016 is officially SOLD OUT!
What does this mean? It means 300 people have registered. It also means a limited number of Waiting List Tickets are now available.
If you have requested a ticket and cannot use it, please let us know by emailing email@example.com.
All waiting list ticketholders will be notified 24 hours before the event to confirm their status.
Thank you! Hope to see you on the 22nd!
NOTE: THE UPDATE BELOW WAS JUST EMAILED TO ALL CURRENT REGISTRANTS. WE FORGOT TO ADD THAT WE WILL ONCE AGAIN PROVIDE PARTICIPANTS WITH PERSONALIZED PD CERTIFICATES OF ATTENDANCE – DETAILS WILL BE ANNOUNCED AT THE EVENT. THANK YOU!
Can’t wait to see you all at Belhaven Middle School on Friday, July 22nd, for the second annual Chromecamp, an Edcamp (unconference) devoted to everything Google – the entire Google Ecosystem in K-12 education. Here are a few bits of hopefully helpful info:
We’re almost full! We have about 300 people registered as of this morning, which is our limit. If you cannot make it, please let us know so we can release your ticket to someone else. We will start issuing ‘waiting list’ tickets (up to 50) once we’ve passed 300 registrants.
Parking: we’ve created a map on the “Where and When” page of our website showing available parking areas. Several additional lots are available at Mainland Regional HS, 1301 Oak Avenue, Linwood, just around the corner from Belhaven.
Food: thanks to our sponsors, we will once again be providing free breakfast (muffins, fruit, coffee) and lunch (pizza). We threw away a lot of uneaten breakfast items last year! 🙁 If you’re looking for something more substantial, for either meal, there are a variety of options in the area including WaWa’s, fast food, and nearby Central Square.
BYOD / WiFi: just a reminder that Chromecamp is a BYOD event. All participants will be able to connect to our wifi using their own device (PC, MAC or Chromebook). All devices will work in the Google ecosystem! Last year we had a short period of issues with wifi in the cafeteria. This will be accounted for this year with the addition of some extra access points. We unfortunately will not have Chromebooks available for loan this year. Sorry about that!
Schedule: registration officially begins at 8:30 (doors open at 8:00). The session board will start filling up the moment people arrive so if you’d like to lead one, we encourage you to do so as soon as possible! We will have three sessions and finish up by 2:30 pm so you can enjoy the rest of the day.
Keep an eye on the website, http://www.chromecamp.net/, for late-breaking news and information!
The Chromecamp Organizing Team
Hello and happy summer! Hope you are enjoying yourself so far and not thinking TOO much about school and work! 🙂
The amazing Kim Mattina, a Google Certified Trainer and Chromecamp co-organizer, recently wrote this quick, helpful blog post that everyone using Google Classroom should read. Check it out here: EOY Best Practices for Google Classroom. (And you can bet there will be lots of sessions on Google Classroom at Chromecamp!)
See you in Linwood on the 22nd!
So, with the 2016 ISTE Conference now over, there are a lot of interesting new developments in the Google Ecosystem to talk about at Chromecamp!
Check out: Updates from ISTE: 4 new tools to help teachers do what they do best for the full scoop but know this – we now have Google Expeditions for everyone, Google Cast to allow teachers to effortlessly share screens, Google Forms now has built-in quizzes (click here for a comparison of this feature with the venerable Flubaroo plugin) and there are several new apps for creative content making on Chromebooks.
Here’s the bottom line, folks: Chromecamp is your best, FREE opportunity this summer to learn about Google tools, the Chrome browser and OS, Chrome devices, and everything else Chrome related! If you haven’t registered yet, do it now! Remember, it’s FREE, we feed you breakfast AND lunch, and you can even win cool prizes!
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As you may have read in the article above, Chrome OS will soon be able to run Android apps. This is huge news, but, what does it mean for you? Your students? Your schools? Come to Chromecamp on July 22nd to find out – we’ll be diving into this topic and more! Get your free tickets now!