In my opinion, one of the best aspects of Miami Device was the intimate feel of the event. Our team purposefully kept the event small by limiting attendance (we sold out! Get your tickets early in 2017!). It was incredible to learn from such inspiring and dedicated educators from around the globe.
My favorite social activity was the after hours food tour. 70 attendees loaded a red double-decker bus for a night on the town! There were two food tour options: Little Havana (Cuban food), and the trendy/eclectic neighborhood of Wynwood. The Wynwood tour also included an art tour featuring galleries and street art. We were able to restaurant hop to five locations, but the best part was the comradery between attendees. We shared stories: our successes and failures of educators from around the world, united in a common purpose of learning and sharing.
Miami Device was filled with opportunities to network and learn from other attendees in a fun environment. I participated in Yoga, but additional options included a morning run and meditation!
Angelia Maiers and St. Stephen’s Episcopal Day School Faculty
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