Educators in Hawai'i are connecting and collaborating more and more than they ever have, and EdCamp Honolulu is a direct result of that collaboration.  Hawaii may be one of the most isolated places on earth, but that does not stop us from holding top notch EdTech events that in addition to social media, unite educators across the state.  The Schools of the Future Conference and the Kamehameha Schools (KS) EdTech conference, Kūkulu Kaiaulu, are just a few of these events.  In June of 2013, Kamehameha Schools held their first UNconference as part of their annual EdTech conference.  The edcamp wiki was used extensively in the planning of the KS UNconference and as a result, educators from five different schools, both private and public, have formed a team to plan EdCamp Honolulu.

EdCamp Honolulu 2015 Team:

Ellen Cordeiro

@elliemellie
Liz
Castillo

@liz_castillo
Melvina Kurashige

@mkurashige
Michael
Fricano II

@EdTechnocation
Shane Asselstine

@hikariKishi
 
Dave
Wee

@davewee1
 
Greg
Kent

@gkkent
 
Sean
Connors

@edtechjedi
 

EdCamp Honolulu 2014 Team:

Ellen Cordeiro

@elliemellie
Liz
Castillo

@liz_castillo
Melvina Kurashige

@mkurashige
Michael
Fricano II

@EdTechnocation
Patti Nagami

@pnagami
Jackie Okumura

@jakokumura
 

EdCamp Honolulu 2013 Team:

Josh
Reppun

@joshreppun
Ellen Cordeiro

@elliemellie
Liz
Castillo

@liz_castillo
Melvina Kurashige

@mkurashige
Michael
Fricano II

@EdTechnocation
Patti Nagami 

@pnagami
Jackie Okumura

@jakokumura