Professional learning requires building connections with other educators.

If you’re registering for EdCamp Winnipeg 2017, please share something with us before the event so we won’t feel like strangers when we meet.

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Meet the campers for 2017!

Sean Giesbrecht

Sean Giesbrecht

Middle Years Teacher, Pembina Trails, Queen's U Graduate, EdCamp Organizer

I’m interested in how our brains change as a result of collaborative learning processes. I love maker-based learning. I think the greatest resource we have is each other (and a well-stocked supply of research-supported best practices).

Best School Memory: Being able to experiment with different ways of demonstrating my understanding… for the first time… in my Grade 12 AP English course!

Miles MacFarlane

Miles MacFarlane

Classroom Teacher, EdCamp Organizer

The LSE Public Lectures and Events podcast series is awesome.

Best School Memory: Band was my favourite–loved those occasions when everyone pulls it together and the music comes out perfect.

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Zoe Bettess

Primary Teacher

I know lots about coding in primary years.

Jon Paintin

Winnipeg School Division

I can offer learning for STEAM, 4 Cs, personalized learning, and design thinking.

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Dawn Taylor

Seine River

I can contribute about Genius Hour and UDL.

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Chelsea Zelnick

Graduating 2017, U of Winnipeg

My area of expertise is Pre-Kinder and Kindergarten literacy.

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Dorothy Goddard

Winnipeg School Division

I can offer help in learning technologies.

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Amanda Jonker

University of Winnipeg

I can share a bit about film.

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Derek Coubrough

Pembina Trails/Student, U. of Winnipeg

Specialized training in Physical Education and Early Childhood Education.

Selina Capizzi

University of Winnipeg

Education training in English Language Arts and Physical Education.

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Juliana Hogue

Hanover School Division

I am willing to share about Google for Education.

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Tatjana Mandarano

Faculty of Education, Graduate 2017

I want to expand my knowledge on everything.

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Matt Henderson

Principal, Maples Met School

I can share about project-based learning.

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Jackie Connell

Principal, R. B. Russell Vocational High School

I can share lots about Indigenous Education. I am passionate about Indigenous education, social justice, poverty reduction, and special education.

Best School MemoryNot an experience. Just a teacher. Grade 5. O.V. Jewitt Elementary School. Mr. Havrilenko #best

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Claire Aiello

Winnipeg School Division

I can share about technology.

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Shauna Cornwell

I can share about many things: 4 C learning, makerspace, design thinking, students as creators, innovative teaching and learning.

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Brett Bourquin

University of Winnipeg

My area of expertise is Physical Education.

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Gina Florendo

Winnipeg School Division

I can share about Physical Education and technology and innovation in education.

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Sari Targownik

I can share about the SeeSaw app.

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Erin Hammond

Winnipeg School Division

I can share about drama, dance, music, connecting the arts to all curriculum areas, Google Apps For Education, and technology.

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Michelle Arnaud

I can share about how to teach with primary source documents.

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Jay Nickerson

Evergreen School Division

I love Language Arts and would be glad to share ideas.

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Michael Walker

Edina Public Schools

I can share about edtech and assessment and EdCampMSP.

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Linda Connor

MB Ed and Training

I can share about global competencies.

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Tricia Louis

Richland School District

I can share about edtech integration.

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Meghan Reid (Slater)

Teacher Librarian

I’m a total Google everything lover. Design Thinking (have you read LAUNCH?), Breakout Box Edu, Mystery Skype, Connecting Globally, Inquiry, Project Based Learning, Social Media.

Best High School MemoryGraduating. Just kidding. I loved being on Student Council.

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Paul Clarke

In the midst of M.Ed. in Sustainability, Innovation & Creativity, Educational Assistant in an Inclusive Ed high school classroom. Delving into the intersection between Land-Based Learning, Education for Sustainability and Reconciliation.

Best School Memory: My high school Social Studies teacher changed my world when he revealed that Gē = Earth + graphia = describe: Whether plate tectonics, calculus, oil painting, biochemistry, population dynamics or poetry, all learning is an exploration of Geography!

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Tom Brandt

Digital Learning Specialist

“Most of us have learned something from a teacher. But I doubt if anyone ever learned anything from an Educator.” – David Mamet

Best School MemoryAuditioning our punk band for the school talent show. Needless to say, we weren’t allowed in.

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Tannis Sliver

7 Oaks School Division

I’m more of a jack than a master… I’m good with tech and video games!

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Cari Satran

7 Oaks School Division

Interesting in holistic education and meditation in the classroom.

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Jamie Felsch

Borderland School Division

Interested in outdoor education for elementary.

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Christophe Candas

DSFM

Interested in ITC & robots/coding.

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Michael Walker

Edina Public Schools

Interested in ITC & robots/coding.

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