The Hack is Back – and so are we! We’re teaming up with educators to bring a special Hack the Classroom themed #MSFTEduChat to your timelines on June 20th at 10:00 a.m. PDT and 4:00 p.m. PDT. Whether you’re a seasoned Hack the Classroom participant, attending live at ISTE or new to it all, this Tweetmeet is a great way to prepare. We’ll be discussing the best classroom hacks, swapping best practices and collaborating on new ones. Join the conversation and share your expertise, or come to ask questions and get ideas from others.
For this exciting Hack the Classroom edition of our #MSFTEduChat, we’ll be hosted by nine education enthusiasts in both sessions: Andy Turner, Karel Rejthar, Selvin Rivas, Moses Sello Sehoole, Jason Davis, Ruby Huang, Lemarr Treadwell, Phoebe Rowbottom, Karen Truyens and Megan Hochstatter. We’ll also be joined by two special guests, Anthony Salcito and Eve Psalti.
Make sure not to miss any of the TweetMeet action, and follow our hosts on Twitter ahead of time. You can prepare for the TweetMeet by checking out our upcoming questions, brainstorming answers and materials, or sharing the news with colleagues. And let’s hear from Megan Hochstatter for an early dose of #MSFTEduChat fun:
Do you want to Hack the Classroom? Join us on June 27th for our live streamed event from ISTE at 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. CDT. If you’d like to know more about #HacktheClassroom you can read more here.
What does it mean to Hack The Classroom?
What’s the #1 hack you recommend to fellow educators?
What is your favorite hack to integrate #STEM into your lessons?
Which hacks help you bring the real world into your classroom?
Which tools empower students to hack their own learning?
Promoting creativity in your classroom? Name your #1 hack!
Suggest ways @MicrosoftEDU can help you Hack the Classroom better.
Follow our hosts and special guests so you won’t miss a beat during our #MSFTEduChat; and connect with us on @MicrosoftEDU to stay up to date on the latest news coming from Microsoft Education.