Today I had the opportunity to learn with a great group of innovative educators in Denton, Texas, at the first (annual?) #TXeducamp. At most educational conferences I attend these days, including EdCamps, I find it more helpful and beneficial (both personally and from a sharing standpoint) to tweet my learning rather than post it only on my blog. I created a Storify archive of my tweets and re-tweets today at #TXeducamp, which is embedded below, but I will also single out a few specific tweets which were major takeaways for me today. According to my TweetNest archive, I’ve tweeted 103 times with the hashtag #TXeducamp in the last 3 months. If you have an opportunity to attend an EdCamp near you – please go! These are inspiring events filled with learning, networking and collaboration. Our next (and fourth) EdCampOKC is coming up on Saturday, March 5th. We’re probably going to “sell out” (a strange term since tickets are FREE!) so if you’re interested in going, register soon. Viva la revolución de EdCamp!

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