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TeachMeet YH 2010

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Teachmeet Yorkshire and Humber 2010

Meet at: Doncaster South City Learning Centre (Directions) - Friday 26th March 6.00 - 9.30pm

 


What is TeachMeet?

 

Learn something new, be amazed, amused and enthused. That's Online Jobs in the Philippines. This is an informal gathering of those curious about teaching and technology. Anyone can share great ideas they've trialled in their classrooms, ask important questions or simply sign up to take part in learning conversations. Would be good to see and hear both Primary and Secondary Teachers. Mosquito Magnet Products.

 

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A little inspiring movie for the TeachMeeters:

 

 

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What can you do?

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

As with all Teachmeets, we are dependant on our sponsors for a venue, refreshments, wifi, equipment and other costs.

 

 

Presentation Rules

 

What are the rules for this Teachmeet ?

 

You can use whatever presentation format you want including PowerPoint, keynote, prezi, slide rocket, 280 slides, you could just talk, show something from the web, hold up a poster or you could sing a song or do something different ?

 

The important thing is that you get your message across and you will only get one minute set up time.

 

Be prepared for technical difficulties and be ready to wing it on the night! That’s what makes TeachMeet exciting!

 

(what do others think?, please edit and add thoughts)

 

Seven Minute Micro Presentations

 

Add your name and what you may talk about below.  Classroom practice, cpd, course planning... pretty much anything you think can help others implement it! Just don't bother signing up if you are only showcasing a product!

 

  1. Julian S. Wood (@ideas_factory) In a Third Space.
  2. Matthew McDonald (@macca_mjm) Mobile Phones as educational tools - the classroom and beyond.
  3. Nick Jackson (@largerama) - Haven't really decided what I'm gonna present on but promise I'll give it a good go
  4. Sue Finnigan(@cityfan1uk) Who? Different not more , ideas for stuck learners at KS3
  5. Lois Lindemann (@MoreThanMaths) not sure yet - possibly something about our link project with primary schools
  6. James Cross, High Storrs School, Sheffield (@jamesrcross) - We share our lives online - so why shouldn't schools? 
  7. Catherine Elliott(@camoore) - Assisting transition using GPS loggers and Picnik
  8. Bill Lord (@joga5) - "Burglar Bill" with infants using VC
  9. @kevinmulryne £250,000 worth of leadership development cpd materials and a professional network of colleagues available for free from the National College (National College also providing WebEx facilities for free for TeachMeet YH 2010). Sign up to attend via WebEx webconferencing here.
  10. Peter Richardson (@primarypete_) - Digital Media Theme
  11. Lindsey Strachan (@lindseystrachan) - "The Vital Programme - Transforming Lessons, Inspiring Learning".
  12. Nicola Stables (@mynictle)....something or other :-)
  13. Jim Maloney (if there's time.. if not I don't mind) Photostory3 made by children to explain/consolidate learning + linking with schs & using it as a starting point for collaborative work using voicethread.
  14. David Mitchell (@deputymitchell) Out of school learning opportunities using tech
  15. Theo Kuechel - @theokk - Imagestamper - Build your Image Library, Learning and Creative Commons

 

Two Minute Nano Presentations

 

Add your name and what you may talk about below.  Don't bother if it is just about showcasing a product.  

 

  1. Ian Guest (@IaninSheffield) e-portfolio by stealth?  What a student can produce on a learning platform if you give them free rein.
  2. Nick Jackson (@largerama) dvolver.com and freedback.com
  3. Peter Richardson (@primarypete_) Prezi Power  
  4. Dughall McCormick (@dughall) Another Primary Pad idea for you.
  5. Peter Richardson (@primarypete_) Using Voicethread for Peer Assessment
  6. Doug Dickinson - ictopus - now from a distance if I can get the technology sorted

 

 

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Tags and Twitter - Follow #TMYH2010 on Twitter - TAG EVERYTHING!

The key to sharing (and finding) is good tags. The default tag for this will be #TMYH2010, and I'll sort out delicious/diigo/etc nearer the time!

 

When you are mentioning TeachMeet YH 2010 whilst using Twitter please just add #TMYH2010 somewhere in the tweet - that way it will be picked up by a Twitter search. On the night of the TeachMeet we will have a projected live feed of the Twitter backchannel. Repeat the links to the Ustream/Twitcam and WebEx broadcasts adding #TMYH2010 so others can follow at home.

 

Answers From the Crowd

As an alternative to being lead in conversation by a more knowing other, participants can post a topic or question here which will be the focus of a twitter thread. At an appropriate time in the evening the focus of each thread could be presented in either a twitterfall or twazzup presentation. This idea would allow the lurkers to contribute to the event without the need to stand up and present.

 

Questions

  1. What works well in your classroom? Techie or not techie! 
  2. ???
  3.  

 

 

Enthusiastic Lurkers

 

Add your name

 

  1. Catherine Elliott(@camoore)
  2. James Langley (@lordlangley73)
  3. James Greenwood (@jpgreenwood) - separate entity from #6, will bring at least one other 
  4. Damian Ward (@damoward) - host and on camera for the Ustream/Twitcam broadcasts
  5. Bill Lord (@joga5) - presenting now
  6. James Greenwood (@jamesgreenwood) - may do a nano 
  7. Sue Finnigan (@cityfan1uk)
  8. Emma Barker (@emmabarker) may talk about DS lites, but lurking at the mo! 
  9. Michael Wilkinson @I_AM_LEARNING
  10. Jonathan Ash (@jonathanash) 
  11. Tricia Neal @tricias  ( sorry guys won't be able to make it.. the virus is still in control)
  12. Lynn Harris
  13. Tracy Bush (@tbush70834)
  14. Cal Johnson (@caljohnson) - directing the live TV Broadcast mainly!
  15. David Dixon (@dsdixon)
  16. Theo Kuechel @theokk

19.  Ant  Heald @antheald

20. Doug Belshaw (@dajbelshaw) - on way back from Open Source Schools meeting in London, so can't really commit to presentation!

21. Neil McDonald (@neilmcdonald7) - Might try to do something on using Google Apps in my school - if so a nano

22. Helene Podmore (@HelenePodmore) - Steljes/ SMART - Looking for feedback on the SMART Table@freestyle

23. Greg Perry (@futurebehaviour)- I'm enthusiastic and brilliant at lurking.

24. Leon Cych @eyebeams

 

Ustream and Twitcam Live TV Broadcast

Follow the TeachMeet from the comfort of your own home via Ustream or Twitcam. Both feeds will have full sound and pictures from the presentations broadcast live and direct from Doncaster South CLC TV Studio.

 

Details of the Ustream and Twitcam web addresses will be on here on the afternoon of the TM plus live links via the Twitter hashtag #TMYH2010.

 

WebEx Webconference

Attend TeachMeet even if you can't get there in person (for free of course):

Register for TeachMeet YH 2010 WebEx webconference here. (via National College WebEx)

 

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What do we need to make the event happen?

 

Sponsors

Venue kindly provided by Doncaster South City Learning Centre.

Thanks also to the following sponsors:

     

 

 

 

 

 

Teach Eat Venue

Suggestions please...

 

Who is Eating?

We are now arranging catering that will include quality nibbles and drinks of a soft/and/or alcoholic variety. This will be taken at a halfway break in proceedings.

  1.  James Cross
  2.  Julian S. Wood 

 

 

 

 


Promotional Images

 

Download A4 poster (click on image above)

 

Download A5 flyer (click on image above) - two sided

 

 

 

(The main logo uses the Cracked font, while the sans serif font used for the location and date is Gill Sans which is bundled with all Macs and also appears on a lot of Windows machines as Gill sans MT.)

 

 

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Directions

 

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The CLC is the building upper right of Google's arrow at the end of Weston Road - plenty of parking! Big building next door is Balby Carr Community Sports College. 

 

Address

Doncaster South CLC

Weston Road

Balby

Doncaster

South Yorkshire

DN4 8ND

Tel: 01302 313006  

Fax: 01302 312141  

Mob: 07530 180457  

Email: enquiries@doncastersouthclc.net

 

Contact

Please feel free to contact Dughall McCormick (Twitter: @dughall) or Damian Ward at the CLC (dward@doncastersouthclc.net, Twitter: @damoward).

 


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