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September 20, 2012 by Brad Currie

Over the next few months there will be some outstanding professional development opportunities for educators near and far. The hard work and dedication that various organizers have put into making these upcoming conferences a success can not be expressed in words. On Saturday, October 13 New Milford High School Principal Eric Sheninger will be hosting a second installment of Edscape. Then on October 18 and 19 NJPSA will be hosting their annual Fall Conference. Last but not least on Saturday, December 1 New Jersey will be hosting their inaugural Edcamp.

Check out the links below for more info on these outstanding PD opportunities ~

Edscape

NJPSA Fall Conference

EdcampNJ

The great part of all these events is the fact that the #Satchat crew, Brad Currie and Scott Rocco, will be on site moderating live discussions on a variety of educational topics. Come on over early at 7:30 AM EST and join us in moving the conversation forward. It will be a great opportunity for all educators to stay current and bring back innovative ideas to impact the success of students.

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Picture credit ~ educationfuture.info

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Brad Currie

Brad Currie

Brad Currie is the Middle School Dean of Students and Supervisor of Instruction for the Chester School District in Chester, NJ. He is the co-founder and co-moderator of #Satchat on Twitter. Brad is passionate educational technology and social media in the school setting.

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