Inspired by this post from the NWP's DigitalIs.
Basically a HackJam is a loosely structured way to invent and playfully break apart some pretty heavy conversations about the education world we currently inhabit. Using tools both analog and digital to guide these conversations, the HackJam attendees work together to build community and change a school's culture and relevancy. I mean, can you imagine administration inviting current students and/or your children to a PD session in your school? If these are the people who are affected most by our decisions, why wouldn't we make them a part of the conversation?