Next week I am going back to ISTE’s annual conference for the first time since 2010. (The last few years I missed because I was speaking at other events at the same time). The day before the ISTE conference begins, Audrey Watters and Steve Hargadon are hosting the Hack Ed 14 unconference. Hack Ed was previously known as EduBloggerCon. The unconference is a day of conversations that are organized that day by the attendees. Anyone can attend, even those who are not registered for ISTE can attend.
Hack Ed is the aspect of going to Atlanta that I am looking forward to the most. The time to connect with other people that are passionate about education and technology is what makes the event outstanding. If you’re planning to go to Atlanta for ISTE, don’t miss Hack Ed 14.