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On June 27th at the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference, we will be bringing together educators from around the world to Hack the Classroom.
This year’s Hack the Classroom event will be streaming live from the floor at ISTE, bringing thousands of educators from around the world the latest tips and tricks to empower students to create the world of tomorrow. Join us June 27th, from 5:30pm CDT to 7:30pm CDT, for an exciting, online, live event to help ignite new ideas and show you what’s possible when you bring technology into the classroom.
Hack the Classroom is an event to empower educators to incorporate new ideas and tools into the classroom. Hack the Classroom will feature classroom hacks from educators, discussions from inspiring thought leaders, and resources to help you get started. The key is to start with just a few small steps!
By attending our live, online Hack the Classroom event, you will:
- Hear Lisa Floyd, educator and thought-leader in STEAM education with Fair Chance Learning who will share why computational thinking is for everyone in our opening keynote.
- Learn from teachers by taking a glimpse into their classrooms to see how new tools are opening the door to new possibilities.
- Engage, interact, and pose questions with speakers, product team members, and other educators.
- Gain access to professional development resources and tools to get started
Click here to register and save your spot!
Be sure to share the event with fellow teachers, connect with us on Twitter @MicrosoftEDU and tweet out your thoughts using #HackTheClassroom. You can also check out our full schedule of ISTE 2017 events to discover more ideas you can bring to your school.
For daily ideas on how to infuse technology into your classroom, check out our Educator Community and learn how to become a certified Microsoft Innovative Educator. Our Educator Community is the place to collaborate with educators around the world and the best location for resources on using technology in the classroom.
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