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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

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Hack Your Education Tour in Seattle this Weekend

Thanks to Craig Seasholes, a Library Media Specialist in the Seattle School District for sharing this great opportunity with me and asking me to share with you.

Steve Hargadon a pioneer in the field of using Social Media in schools will be in Seattle as a part of his "Hack Your Education" Tour.

The day long, free workshop will take place at Antioch College on Saturday, September 22 from 8:30 -3:00.  See details below.

Saturday, September 22:  "Hack Your Education"Location:  Antioch University Seattle - 2326 Sixth Avenue Seattle, WA 98121 (directions/map
Local Contact:  Craig Seasholes, Steve Hargadon 916-283-7901
Co-sponsored by "WLMA OZ Region"

Hack Your Education - Take Charge of Your Learning
(Day-long Workshop)

   - You do not need to RSVP to attend.
   - You will need to bring a laptop computer that you know how to use and
   that has the ability to connect to a wireless network
   - The event is free, but donations are enormously appreciated!

8:30 am - 3:00 pm  (lunch not included, bring your own or go
out during break)
*Hack Your Education - Take Charge of Your Learning*

A hands-on workshop for students, teachers, parents, and/or administrators.
The focus is on how to use Web 2.0 and social media for your personal,
educational, and professional growth. The word "hack" has a couple of
cultural connotations: first, it means to find a way to do something that
may not be fancy, but gets the job done; second, it can mean an attempt to
subvert the existing system. There's something of both in "Hack Your
Education." We'll walk through building a personal learning
network, creating your online personal learning environment, managing your
digital profile, and cultivating your personal passions and life purposes.
If the goal of education is learning how to learn, then students and adults
alike face similar challenges and unique opportunities, and this is a
chance to define your own independent learning goals and your personal
educational or career path.
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