What we're about

We are educators committed to interrupting the status quo through disruptive innovation. We believe that change starts from within. We will use this chance to learn and grow from each other to spark the disruption, unsettle the status quo and shake things up. We, as educators, believe that Minnesota is crossing the Rubicon, as the scales of social justice have reached the tipping point. The path to equitable education is fraught with hazards, and we as teachers are at the forefront of that change. Join Class Hacks to discuss and discover the tools and techniques we need to fulfill our unrelenting objective - to change the world one lesson, one class, one student at a time. We are every kind of educator: community college, K-12, support staff. Some of us aren't teachers at all. All are welcome here. If you cultivate learning in any way, you belong in this group.

We will be able to offer CEUs for our book club meetings. Get FIVE CLOCK HOURS every time you attend a book club meeting.

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Upcoming events (2)

Class Hacks August: In Search of Deeper Learning

Online event

Network with other teachers, meet new friends and discuss this month's member selected book. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Class Hacks will meet virtually until further notice. So, BYOB, I guess? You can find us here: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/506062230?pwd=Wnd5aW04dHFLb2tUU2VGKzJ1bjEwZz09 Class Hacks is a teacher led book club which meets every third Tuesday of the month. Learn more at www.classhacks.org

Class Hacks September Meeting: How to be Antiracist

2446 University Ave W

Network with other teachers, meet new friends and discuss this month's member selected book, How to be an Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi. This book club is in advance of Kendi's appearance at the Fitzgerald Theater on May 2. Books will be available at our March 17th meeting! Bring something to share if you're able (optional)! Our new space allows for food and drinks - feel free to bring a snack or beverage. Shopping local? You can always special order any of our books through Magers & Quinn and take advantage of their educator discount. Talk to Christine for more information. Class Hacks is a teacher led book club which meets every third Tuesday of the month in the Educators For Excellence building. We offer free childcare thanks to Markesha and 5 CEUs for each meeting.

Past events (37)

July Class Hacks Meeting: Race Talk by Derald Wing Sue

Online event

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