Attend a Classkick Meetup Near You!
Classkick Meetup in Midlothian
Friday, February 24th - 6:00 pm
Lighthouse Coffee Bar
1404 N 9th St, Midlothian, TX 76065
Kick off the new year with a networking and social event with fellow Classkick Teachers! The event will be held at Lighthouse Coffee Bar - just off U.S. 67. Please ask for Martha Lackey.
Are you hearing about STEM or STEAM initiatives and looking for real ways of integrating project-based learning in your classroom? Want to meet like-minded teachers exploring Classkick?
Beginner or advanced alike, all teachers are invited to the Texas Classkick Educators Meetup on Friday, February 24th. Register here for the Classkick Meetup. Note all educators are available for this ticket; friends of educators may also attend.
There’s a booming awareness of the importance of feedback in education, and Texas is a hotbed of activity. Don’t miss this chance to connect, tinker, learn, and make. Register today!
Classkick Meetup in Murphy
Saturday, February 25th - 9:00 am
621 Waters Edge Way, Murphy, TX 75094
Join teachers around Texas in discussions about implementing educational technology in K-12 classrooms! Please ask for Debbie Hazelwood or Amy Swanson.
Do you want all learners to have access to creative learning experiences?
Do you want to explore how to include educational technology in your K–12 classroom?
Do you want to be a part of a supportive community of educators?
What is a Classkick Meetup?
Classkick Meetups are a chance for Classkick teachers, coaches, and administrators to socialize and talk shop (lesson planning, teaching, students, using Classkick and other forms of ed tech, etc.).
Why should I attend?
Classkick Meetups are fun! Getting educators together is a guaranteed good time. You’ll be able to mingle and meet other Classkick educators in your area.
Get free swag! Come checkout our Classkick stickers to use on your iPads, laptops, and share with colleagues.
Learn from others! You can also participate in collaborative lesson planning sessions to compare notes, and create brilliant ideas, with other dynamic educators.
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