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Sustainable Schools TeachMeet

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On the 2nd March, SEEd and Leicester City Council are holding the Sustainable Schools Conference in Leicester City Hall from 9am-5pm. The conference features a fantastic line-up of workshops, keynote speakers, and stall hosts from across the environmental, global learning, and sustainability spheres. 

 

The Sustainable Schools TeachMeet is your opportunity to come along and hear from some of these people about how you can help to introduce sustainability into your own classrooms, as well as having the chance to share your own thoughts and ideas.

 

Expect drinks, nibbles and possibly even a prize.  

 

When and Where? 

 

Wednesday 2nd March from 5.30pm-7pm

 

The venue is Room G01, Leicester City Council, City Hall, 115 Charles Street, Leicester, LE1 1FZ 

 

What is TeachMeet? 

 

Learn something new, be amazed, amused and enthused. TeachMeet is an informal gathering for those curios about learning and teaching. Anyone can share great ideas they've trialled in their classrooms, ask important questions or simply sign up to take part in learning conversations. 

 

What can you do?  

 

You can come along to listen, chat and meet new people, give a seven minute talk, or two minute nano presentation. 

 

Rules for talks: 

 

  • It must stick strictly to the time set (2 or 7 minutes)
  • Your setup is part of the time limit
  • Tell us about something you have done or something you saw while teaching

 

To get involved, you can edit this page to add your details below. 

 

Presentations

 

If you would like to get involved, you can sign up below giving your name and a brief description of your subject.

 

To edit this page: 

  • Sign-up for a PBwiki account (this is very easy and only takes a minute to do)
  • Click on the edit button and enter your login details
  • Edit the page  
  • Click the save button at the bottom of the page 

 

Two minute nano presentations 

 

Name  Description/Title of Talk  Twitter/Blog link 
CB  Educational Wildlife Products and Props  @wildlifeworld_uk 
Bobbie Harvey
The Countryside Classroom - why it matters
@FACEOnline
Rachel Warr & Evelyn Clawson  Using your school's data in the curriculum @NWEET_Rachel 

Claire Rawisinski

fruit to suit 

Enterprise sessions and healthy tuck shops run and managed by pupils. 

@fruittosuitLEIC

@fruittosuitCIC

 

Evelyn Clawson  Eco Teams and Working Dogs  -fun ways of finding a solution to some community concerns  
     

 

Seven minute presentations 

 

Name  Description/Title of Talk  Twitter/Blog link  
Mike Colechin Energy and the future    
Robin de Carteret - Systems Games  Improvisation for an uncertain future  @systemsgames / systemsgames.org.uk 
David Dixon  Ecological Thinking   
Henry Greenwood  Inspiring Your School To Go Green  @greenschoolsuk 
Bobby Acworth  The Wilderness College   
Applied Waste Techniques  Food waste in schools  @AppWasteTech 
Keith Yates  Environmental Studies Ltd 

 

Margaret Fleming  RCE-EM - what is an RCE what can it do for you!!   
Kevin Croasdale Walk to School with Living Streets  @livingstreets 
Jessica Smith  The Muddy Academy - Widening access to outdoor learning   

 

 

Interested bystanders 

 

Please add your name and details to the table below if you wish attend, but would rather not give a presentation.  

 

No.  Name  Twitter/Blog (optional)  
Laurie Atterbury   
Victoria Tait   
Lee Jowett   
Lucy Ball
 
Steve Massey   
   
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

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