What does #HackTheClassroom mean to educators?

If you're reading this before 4pm on Saturday 24th September, there is still time to register for #HackTheClassroom!

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#HackTheClassroom is very nearly upon us! We're all looking forward to tomorrow's live event hosted by Anthony Salcito, and featuring a fantastic line-up of guest speakers. [Anthony has written a post of his own, ahead of the event - check it out here]. As you should hopefully know by now, the theme of the day is 'small steps to big impact', and we already have thousands of educators from all over the world who have registered for the session, to share their own stories and learn new ideas from others.

For many of them, this is not their first #HackTheClassroom session! In February, during the E2 Educator Exchange in Budapest, Hungary, many of our UK MIEEs took part in another #HackTheClassroom event. Kristy Griffin (MIEE) wrote a report of the whole exchange for the May 2016 edition of #TheFeed, which can be found here:

#MIEExpert Report: E2 – Educator Exchange

However #HackTheClassroom is all about connecting and sharing ideas and experiences with educators from all over the world, and in doing so learning from them. In keeping with that theme, we'd like to share to posts from the Microsoft in Education blog, which are written by educators from the USA, and put into words what #HackTheClassroom means to them:

Guest post by Jim Pedrech: What Hack the Classroom Means to Me

Guest post by Tammy Dunbar: What Hack the Classroom Means to Me 

Guest post by Jeanne Parent: What Hack the Classroom Means to Me

Guest post by Aaron Maurer: What Does Hack the Classroom Means to Me?


Be sure to join the conversation on Twitter tomorrow using the hashtag #HackTheClassroom!

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