Registration details can be found below
Next week sees the annual E2 Educator Exchange taking place over March 8th-10th, with teachers and school leaders from all over the world gathering in Hungary for this year’s event. Recognising and celebrating the achievements of educators who combine content, pedagogy, and technology in exemplary ways to prepare students for success, E2 is fantastic forum facilitating the open exchange of ideas and best practices, and a great opportunity to learn from other educators from all over the world.
This year, the E2 Educator Exchange will feature live streaming, allowing those of you joining online the chance to interact with the speakers and other online participants, ask questions, and walk away having been inspired to immediately implement what you’ve learned into your classroom.
Over the course of the three days there will be a focus on game based learning, with an agenda featuring sessions from a number of Microsoft executives and leading experts in this field. One of the huge hits for us here in the UK at BETT 2016 was Minecraft in Education, and we’re pleased to share the news that this year’s schedule includes a robust discussion with a panel of educators about how Minecraft can be leveraged in the classroom to engage students and improve learning outcomes.
Live stream details
Join us 9 March 2016, from 9:00 – 12:00 Central European Time (UTC +1) to hear from Anthony Salcito, Vice President, Worldwide Education at Microsoft and Stephen Reid, Creative Director for ImmersiveMinds, who will be sharing innovative approaches to learning enabled by technology, including game-based learning, as well as some of their favourite ways to #hacktheclassroom.
Click here to register for #hacktheclassroom as part of the 2016 E2 Educator Exchange.