More than 170 teachers gathered at Richmond Hill High School on March 23 for the second annual EdCamp Bryan.
Teachers who attended were from the Bryan County School system as well as surrounding area schools.
The nationwide movement, sometimes referred to as an “unconference,” is designed to provide participant-driven professional development for K-12 educators.
In 2010, the EdCamp Foundation was formed to support the EdCamp movement by providing educators with resources and encouragement to integrate new ideas into the classroom.
EdCamp Bryan teachers spent the morning creating session ideas and then had the opportunity to facilitate sessions. Over 50 educational prizes and teacher swag were given away to teachers by the end of the day.
Each participant received a bag provided by Tanger Outlets of Pooler. Refreshments were provided by The Hupman Group and Coca Cola of Savannah.
George Washington Carver Elementary school had the most attendees and received the EdCamp Bryan School of the Year banner that they will display throughout the year at their school.
For more information about EdCamp Bryan, visit: http://edcampbryan.weebly.com.