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TMOXford 2015 - Cheney Christmas TeachMeet

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   #TMOxford 2015


Cheney Christmas TeachMeet 


December 17th 2015 - At Cheney School in partnership with Oxford City Learning 



As of Friday 11 December 117 people have signed up!


Arrive for 4.30PM for refreshments/mingling/networking.





Opening Key note speech from Sir Tim Brighouse


Sign up using link here- www.bit.ly/tmoxford2015  




What is a TeachMeet?


It's a chance to learn something new, be amazed, amused and enthused. This is an informal gathering of those curious about teaching and learning. Anyone can share great ideas they've trialled in their classrooms, or on placement, ask important questions or simply sign up to take part in conversations about learning.


We would like to hear any of your great teaching ideas and this year we would particularly welcome presentations on how you build positive attitudes to learning in your classroom - resilience, optimism, self-discipline, trust. How do you build character?


This is a chance for teachers, and others working in classrooms, to share good practice.  TeachMeet is about engaging and inspiring and making connections with other educators.


How you can get involved...


You can come along to chat, meet new people, or give a five minute micro presentation or a two minute nano presentation. A TeachMeet is about sharing good practice and ideas that have worked well in the classroom, as well as spreading positivity and belief in the work we do.  You don't have to present, you can just watch, but the atmosphere will be very supportive and we would like to encourage as many people as possible to present! TeachMeets are free - but please do let us know if you wish to come so we know how many to expect.




  • You can present on any aspect of classroom practice that you like. You may want to share activities that have worked well with your students, class projects, work that has been produced, lesson ideas..... Please keep it classroom based, rather than whole-school/leadership based, so that it is appropriate to everyone in the room.  

  • You don't have to show slides, but you can if you want to.  There will be a computer and data projector available which will be connected to the internet.

  • We would welcome handouts so we can pass on your ideas within our school!

  • Please don't try to sell something - the focus is learning and teaching not products.



Five minute presentation?


Two minute presentation?


Just want to watch? 


Sign up using link here- www.bit.ly/tmoxford2015  



Presentations registered so far:


Martyn Reah Eggar's secondary #teacher5aday
Lindsay Browning Preston Manor School Building Character - A whole school approach.
Rob Bown Cheney School Building character in the classroom
Anthony Russell Cheney School Building positive relationships with students
Rachel Morris Cheney School Celebrating success in practical subjects
Matthew Foster Bayards Hill Primary Co-operative Learning Strategies
Gareth Alcott King Alfted's Acadmey College of Teaching
Victoria Elliott OUDE Correcting errors: right or wrong
Gerry Gray Testbourne Community School Developing a growth mindset through feedback
Katharine Burn OUDE Ensuring your learning has an impact on your students
Elsa Gillotts Partnership Secondary Every teacher is a teacher of SEND
Chris White Henry Box How feedback can promote a growth mindset
Jamie Kirkaldy Cheney School How to get reluctant writers to write more
Tim Brighouse Bayards Introduction
Graeme Irwin Testbourne Community School Managing your marking/feedback load
Chris Bateman Wheatley Park School My experience of moving away from 100% coursework
Sophia Clear Sky Parental engagement using play therapy
Lizzy Lewis SAPERE Philosophy for Children
Holly Bristow Cheney School Positive Classroom Environments
Keith Morrison Cheney School PRET (practise, recall, extend, think) homework
Catharine Driver National Literacy Trust & EAL Academy Primary links to Secondary
Paul Waite Bayards Hill Primary links to secondary
David Hibbert Cheney School Task design in History-Responding to research (after Jason Todd)
Tom Boulter Cherwell School Teacher-talk: crafting better explanations
Jake Jones Wheatley Park School The Confidence Myth
jolie kirby Cheney School Welcome to Cheney
Frank Adam Cheney School What's Quite Interesting?
Diane Leedham EAL Academy Windows, Mirrors and Sliding Glass Doors' for EAL learners 



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