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Thank you for attending Edcamp Nagoya 2019. Email us for updates on Edcamp Nagoya 2020. Thank you Uchida Yoko, ETJ Aichi, and Google Educator Group Nagoya.


Registration is now open.



Uchida Yoko Showroom, Nagoya Branch (URL)

内田洋行オフィス環境事業部中部営業部 (URL)

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Edcamps are participant-driven, professional learning experiences. No speakers/presenters. Participants decide topics, break into groups and teach, learn and share throughout the day. A certificate of participation will be given. Learn more about the Edcamp Foundation.



Thank you to our past and present supporters Nagoya International School, IPEVO Japan, and Google for Education (Japan / Global), and to event co-hosts ETJ Aichi and Google Educator Group Nagoya. Special thank you to Uchida Yoko.

Edcamp is a form of unconference designed specifically for teachers and their needs. What makes Edcamp an unconference? Unlike traditional conferences which have schedules set months in advance by the people running the conference, Edcamp has an agenda that’s created by the participants at the start of the event. Instead of one person standing in front of the room talking for an hour, people are encouraged to have discussions and hands-on sessions. Sponsors don’t have their own special sessions or tables, all of the space and time are reserved for the things the people there want to talk about. People could pay hundreds of dollars to attend another conference, or they could go to Edcamp for free. Built on principles of connected and participatory learning, Edcamp strives to bring teachers together to talk about the things that matter most to them: their interests, passions, and questions. Teachers who attend Edcamp can choose to lead sessions on those things that matter, with an expectation that the people in the room will work together to build understanding by sharing their own knowledge and questions.