Hack the Classroom at ISTE: Tune in live on June 26

Tune in live!

Online event
June 26, 2018

6:15pm – 7:45pm CDT

Broadcasting live from ISTE in Chicago on Tuesday, June 26th, Hack the Classroom is an online event focusing on how educators can personalize learning experiences to empower every student to find his or her voice. Educators from across the globe will share examples of what they are doing in their classrooms, how it’s making a positive impact on their students, and then provide tips so you can immediately implement those ideas in your own classroom. Sign up here.

Join us to:

  • Be inspired by the opening keynote from Esam Baboukhan, who will examine the nature of student voice.
  • See how personalized learning experiences come together in Valerie Anglemyer and Steve Bowser’s humanities classroom. They create rich integrated projects that combine literature, service learning, and sustainable development goals. To top it off, two of their students will take us on a tour of their builds in Minecraft.
  • Learn how the elementary students in Merlyne Graves classroom are finding their voices with OneNote and Learning Tools.
  • Join Jason Ewert for a hands-on learning experience, including footage from the BBC movie, Oceans, that combines mixed reality, 3D modeling, coding, physical computing, data analysis and more to investigate how sharks swim.
  • Leave energized with an original spoken word piece by Toney Jackson.

Learn more about the agenda and speakers here.

Claim your spot and sign up today.

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