Hack Education collaborative conference precedes ISTE 2013

Part of the EduBloggerCon tradition, Hack Education is the seventh all-day unconference held the Saturday before ISTE.
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Part of the EduBloggerCon tradition, Hack Education is the seventh all-day unconference held the Saturday before ISTE.

Part of the EduBloggerCon tradition, Hack Education is the seventh all-day unconference held the Saturday before ISTE.

Hack Education is based on the idea of an "unconference" or "collaborative conference" and is being organized by the participants in real time on-site. There are no formal presentations, just "conversations" that attendees facilitate. To lead a session, it is not expected that you prepare material but that you have a topic you want to open to discussion. If you're not sure what to expect for Hack Education, take a look at the photos and schedule from SocialEdCon 2012.

Hack Education is free, thanks to the generosity of ISTE. Visit the Classroom 2.0 event page for more information.

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