EdCamp is like a huge faculty room with teachers from all over your school district (or state) coming to one place to talk about whatever education topic they want to talk about; and to do so with other teachers who are interested in sharing ideas and hearing from others on the same topic.
I often tell our new teachers that an important way to grow and to improve professionally is to talk with and hear from other teachers. Everyone has ideas; everyone has something to contribute. Different teachers have different experiences; different teachers hear about and use different resources. One teacher uses Desmos (for example) to demonstrate attributes of graphs and equations; another teacher uses PearDeck to gather quick formative information from students (and to enhance student engagement); a third teachers uses TenMarks to determine the level of understanding her Algebra 1 have of a particular standard. (And so on.) The teachers using these resources may feel like they don't have anything special to share, but these resources that they use everyday might be completing new to someone else. Everyone gets better at what they do when they hear from other teachers.
EdCamp brings together teachers to talk about teaching. And the teachers that come to EdCamp are the teachers that want to share their knowledge and want to hear from others. Contact your state education office or your district's Office of Professional Learning. See if there is an EdCamp being planned near you. Or host your own EdCamp.
Better teachers make better students; and EdCamp makes teachers better.