The organizers of EdCamp Cleveland are committed to making this a free event for all participants. We would rather have a small, simple, “no frills” event than have to charge people money to participate.
With that in mind, additional resources would make this event even better. Offering some coffee and pastry items in the morning helps welcome the participants and encourages them to start networking with one another right away. Lunch makes it easier for everyone to network during that time, and the schedule does not have to accommodate travel time. It is also be nice to have some giveaways to help us celebrate the experience. Although there will not be vendor booths at the event, your generosity will be publicized on the EdCamp Cleveland website and various signs throughout the school.
Supporting Sponsors have donated $500 or more in cash or products. These organizations are recognized at the opening and closing sessions, in signage around the school on the day of the event, and on the EdCamp Cleveland web site sponsor page and sidebar. Supporting Sponsors for EdCamp Cleveland 2016 include:
The Educational Service Center of Lorain County generously donated $500 which will supply coffee and a light breakfast for all attendees.
GradeCam will provide a free one year teacher license of GradeCam to each participant at EdCampCLE…a $150/teacher value. Last year, GradeCam provided $1,350 worth of licensing to our EdCampCLE attendees.
The EdCamp Foundation donated great resources, vision, and $500 to this year’s EdCampCLE. Check them out to learn more, organize your own EdCamp, or see who else is hosting an EdCamp near you.
Squirrels provided EdCampCLE with a generous $600 donation and 3 free copies of Reflector 2 to raffle off to some lucky EdCampers. If you want to learn more about Reflector 2 or any other Squirrels product, you can check out the website at www.airsquirrels.com.
IPEVO donated 3 VZ-1 HD VGA/USB Dual-Mode Document Cameras, 1 IW2 Wireless Interactive Whiteboard System (Short Pen Version), 3 IS-01 Interactive Whiteboard Systems, & a High-Speed 6-Port USB SuperCharger. IPEVO products are used in more than 68,000 schools, or over 52% of all K-12 schools in America.
Spacebound in Lagrange donated an Actiontec ScreenBeam wireless display, Little Bits Smart Home Kit, a Master & Dynamic MW60 Wireless Headset, a Timbuk2 San Francisco messenger bag, & 7 redemption cards for 6 months each of free Kaspersky Internet Security. Spacebound is a global distribution company that supplies products and services to wholesale, Gov/Edu, B2B, and retail customers.
The Educational Service Center of Cuyahoga County donated $1,000 to EdCamp Cleveland 2017, which allows us to provide lunch for all of the participants.
MobyMax donated a 1-year MobyMax Teacher Pro license to all EdCampCLE attendees ($99 value each). MobyMax is a highly engaging online program that identifies learning gaps and then automatically assigns lessons to address missing skills.
Contributing Sponsors have donated less than $500 in cash or products. These organizations are recognized in the opening session, in signage around the school on the day of the event, and on the EdCamp Cleveland web site sponsor page. Contributing Sponsors for EdCamp Cleveland 2016 include:
Pear Deck donated one free premium subscription ($99.99 value) to one lucky EdCampCLE attendee. Bring interactive, engaging slide presentations to your classroom with Pear Deck. Real-time formative assessments and discussions enhance understanding and will rid the world of boring ineffective lectures.
Teacher Education Resource Center (TERC) will provide laminating of EdCampCLE posters to help publicize our event. TERC serves the needs of teacher education students in the LCCC and University Partnership education programs by providing instructional resources, a lending library, production area, and technology learning lab.
MAXCases donated 2 black zip sleeves with 2 MAX $100 gift certificates. MAXCases is an award‐winning designer and manufacturer of mobile device protection solutions, accessories, and services for all facets of education.
Bound to Stay Bound donated an handful of super sturdy hardcover children’s books. Bound to Stay Bound is the foremost bindery in the U.S. when it comes to children’s books. BTSB offers a wide range of services and guarantees to make sure that their prebound books last longer than any other editions available on the market.
CDW-G donated a Lenovo N22 Chromebook. Long battery life, rugged durability, and impressive features, the Lenovo N22 Chromebook ticks every box for both students and schools.
Chatterbox donated one of their portable recording booths. Made from sturdy green cardboard with easy to carry handles on the sides and high density noise absorbing foam tiles to block out classroom noise, this item is a must for any teacher wishing to content creators.
The Edcite Team donated a several Edcite t-shirts and a 24 inch Philips monitor. Edcite enables teachers to create high-quality, easily customizable, interactive content to fit the needs of their classrooms.
TextHelp donated earbuds and lots of swag! Literacy is every student’s passport to academic achievement. Their award-winning assistive technology solutions for reading, writing and language learning are used daily by students and educators worldwide.