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Evaluation

 

Stars

 

  • Musselburgh Grammar google docs & class blogs.
  • Jenny Ross - Discussion forum to use in class.
  • Ageless classroom - Lynne Lewis - An infant class for all ages - love it.
  • Brilliant and related way to find out new ideas.
  • Related and open format. Liked the timing and jackpot to choose speakers - more fun!
  • Lovely and informal. Sandwiches were a great touch.
  • Really inspired me to think about ICT more.
  • This is a great idea. Would definitely recommend it to colleagues. When's the next one?
  • Like the timed format and jackpot. A lot of variety. Even if some of the presentations were not applicable to primary they were still really interesting.
  • Good variety of topics.
  • New ideas.
  • Lots of ideas.
  • Interesting.
  • Good to meet/hear from new people (didn't know many).
  • A good variety of topics.
  • Plenty of new ideas.
  • Lots of ideas to use back in the classroom.
  • Comic Life. Lots of ideas for reflecting with photos.
  • Hear more from Don :)
  • Great to hear from staff from different sectors.
  • 2 min 7 min formats working well.
  • Rich variety of new faces.
  • Beautiful location.

 

Wishes

 

  • Really late - I am pooped! 
  • I could have stayed the entire session. Want to know when and where next session is. Thank you.
  • More in-depth follow-up sessions would be great. For example, how to set up your own website.
  • Sorry to miss the second half. Need to watch our pupils perform in a show. Would definitely attend the next one.
  • Register for email addresses to send presentations.
  • Look forward to seeing all the links - not sure I managed to note them all down!
  • Maybe another one some time. Thanks for making it LOCAL!!
  • A handout with web links to each topic (or is that on the website?)
  • Could we get a link to people's blogs in an email?
  • More events like this! - not enough chat time another hour would have been great.
  • More time to network, particularly at end.
  • More time please! And the puffin should have presented. Thank you for the TeachMeet.

 

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What is TeachMeet?

 

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Learn something new, be amazed, amused and enthused. 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.

 

Teachmeet in East Lothian

As far as we're aware, there hasn't ever been a TeachMeet in East Lothian. They're such a fantastic opportunity for teachers to get together and share ideas, that we decided to just go for it and organise our own. TeachMeets have often focused on the use of ICT in classrooms in the past. While this is clearly important, we'd like to try and broaden the spectrum a little for our TeachMeet. We'd like to encourage presentations on any new ideas teachers have been trying out in our classrooms, whether they involve technology or not. This is why we've given our TeachMeet the 'curriculumforexcellenceedition' tag line. Auto Transport

 

This TeachMeet is currently being put together by a few volunteers (Elise Sutherland, David Gilmour, Kirsty Robertson, Lynne Lewis, Tess WatsonFearghal Kelly). If you'd like to help out, please let us know.

 

 

When and Where?

 

6.00pm till 8.00pm Thursday 4th February 2010.

Venue: The Scottish Seabird Centre, North Berwick

 

 

 

What can you do?

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

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! Why not 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!

 

 

Seven minute micropresentations

 

Add your name and what you may talk about below. Your talk should relate to work in classrooms. Don't bother if it is just about showcasing a product.

 

  1. Jenny Ross - Australian Literacy Link

  2. Neil Winton (Twitter)- CfE In Practice OR What Happens When You Start An 8 week Unit With No Planning! LINKS to Damned Spot (and others) can be found here: http://ahenglish.wikispaces.com/ZZZ+Links - Audio
  3. Rowena Blair & Krysia Smyth - E-scape - Audio
  4. Jenny McAllister - CfE and the Scottish Seabird Centre
  5. John Johnston  @johnjohnston EDUtalk365 short audio cpd for and by teachers (This is not classroom so I'm happy to drop out)
  6. Martyn Pegg  -Taking Curriculum for Excellence in the right direction. Outdoor Education, orienteering and the energetic classroom.
  7. Fearghal Kelly - Blogging as powerful professional development
  8. Robert Virtue - Using Google Apps as a tool for formative assessment.
  9. Lynne Lewis - Using Film in Education (and xbox) -  Athelstaneford Primary School » Wall-e - OllieBray.com: WallE  
  10. Jacqui McCrea - 16+ Learning Choices & the Senior Phase
  11. Alexandra Watkins - brand name expert, see here http://eatmywords.com/tips/choosing-a-naming-firm/ 
  12. add your name here

 

Two minute nano presentations

 

Add your name and what you may talk about below. Your talk should relate to work in classrooms. Don't bother if it is just about showcasing a product. 

 

  1. Hilery Williams - Using Word Talk to enable access for learners with reading difficulties.(http://hileryjane.wordpress.com/) Car Transport
  2. Margaret Alcorn - Teachers for Excellence
  3. Ruairidh Nicolson - Apps and use of iPhones / iTouch - Audio
  4. add your name here

 

 

Enthusiastic Lurkers

 

Add your name

 

  1. Kim Conway 
  2. Shona Allan 
  3. Katy MacDougall
  4. Colin Webster
  5. Kirsty Robertson
  6. Elise Sutherland
  7. David Gilmour
  8. Robert Drummond - @robertd1981
  9. Therese Laing
  10. Imogen Adamson
  11. Amel Hamouda
  12. Stella Auchinleck 
  13. Linda Spinks
  14. Rhona Robertson
  15. Jean Knox 
  16. Richard Hall 
  17. Kate Grierson  
  18. Marion Whightman
  19. Don Ledingham
  20. Joyce Dunlop
  21. Bill Stephen
  22. Chris Smyth
  23. Heather Harpur
  24. Fiona Edwards 
  25. Catherine Morgan 
  26. Jim Black
  27. Liz Brookes - EL Outdoor Education
  28. Andrew Duff - EL Outdoor Education 
  29. Robert Jones
  30. Judith Coulson
  31. add your name here

 

Good luck everybody - sorry, this clashes with a parents' night just up the road - timing is everything :-) Alan Coady  - Sorry Alan, you can't please all of the people etc etc :) F

 

Sponsors

 

Any donations accepted - Please add your names below.

 

Venue from the Scottish Seabird Centre & East Lothian Council

£100 from National CPD Team 

£150 from British Energy

£100 from Bloxx Web Filtering

Projector & Laptop etc from East Lothian Council

Your name here....

 

 

 

 

Twitter & Tags

 

When you are mentioning TeachMeetEastLothian10 whilst using Twitter please just add tmel10 somewhere in the tweet - that way it will be picked up by a Twitter search.  Click here to see what's being said.

 

Let's keep it all together and use the following tag for all posts, images, tweets and presentations to do with TeachMeet East Lothian: tmel10

 

Edutalk365 - A Suggestion

I'd be interested in recording audio from the presenters for EduTalk if that is ok?? Yeah, David mentioned this on twitter - sounds great, Fearghal.

 

 

Travel

 

There is a good train service from Edinburgh to North Berwick.  The train and bus times are here.  It is a 15 minute walk from the train station to the Seabird Centre - perhaps we could organise a shuttle service if a number of people are arriving on the same trains?

 

Fruit Machine

 

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