Social Camps work as follows:
- A call for ideas is sent out to all participants. Those interested prepare a three minute introduction on a topic delivered on the morning of the conference or "camp."
- When the three minutes are up, the floor is transferred to the next idea or introduction.
- Attendees listen to the series of introductions and then vote on the topics they are interested in learning more.
- The topics with the largest numbers of votes are presented in the following sessions.
I think social camps are innovated and fresh and offer a great deal of diversity to educators. Anybody in?