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Teachmeet SLF 2009

Scottish Learning Festival Edition



What is TeachMeet?

Teachmeet returns to the Scottish Learning Festival for the 4th Year!

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.

Teachmeet SLF is a fringe event of the Scottish Learning Festival.


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When and Where?


6.00pm till 9.00pm

Wednesday 23rd September 2009.

BBC Scotland, 40 Pacific Quay, Glasgow, G51 1DA


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Joining instructions for evening now on Ollie Bray's Web Page




Let's keep it all together and use the following tag for all posts, images, tweets and presentations to do with TeachMeet SLF 09: TMSLF09


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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 year's Teachmeet SLF? Do we want to maintain the strict no powerpoint rule (with the standard Lessig style exception)? How do we feel about Prezi etc.?


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!


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!


added by @olliebray (what do others think?)



Un-Conference Chair



Seven minute micropresentations


Add your name and what you may talk about below. YOUR TALK MUST BE ABOUT EXPERIENCES OF WORK IN CLASSROOMS. Don't bother if it is just about showcasing a product.


  1. Iain Hallahan (Twitter) Multitouch mayhem - Getting to know our way round a SMART Table (unless Tom's around to do similar that is.... :-D)
  2. David Noble - Whole-school blogging of our 'Journey to Excellence'
  3. Neil Winton (Twitter) - Putting your feet up! — Getting the pupils to learn for themselves!
  4. Fearghal Kelly (Twitter) & Helen Gorman (twitter) - Having a go at CfE and spreading ideas through blogs... Prezi at http://bit.ly/247qDk #tmslf09
  5. Nick Hood (Twitter) Critical thinking: a challenging task on epistemological metacognition for Physics students. Background and the task here.
  6. Tess Watson Scottish Traveller Education Programme (STEP)
  7. Colin Maxwell (Twitter)  Working With Others - using collaborative online tools for animation and art history
  8. Joe Dale (Twitter) Moblogging a foreign language trip
  9. Derek Robertson Twitter CANVAS A nationally available Open Sim environment for learning about Art
  10. John Johnston @johnjohnston Glow Hacking - simple JavaScript for multimedia in glow, improving pupils experience of glow.
  11. Stuart Meldrum @stuartmeldrum Why spend £50 when you could spend £1k? Making a homemade visualiser. - blog post on the presentation here with video and photos
  12. Teachmeet is full - please only add your name to speak if you are already down as an enthusiastic lurker.
  13. Teachmeet is full - please only add your name to speak if you are already down as an enthusiastic lurker.



Two minute nano presentations


Add your name and what you may talk about below. YOUR TALK MUST BE ABOUT EXPERIENCES OF WORK IN CLASSROOMS. Don't bother if it is just about showcasing a product.


  1. Jim McDougall:  green mapping-a collaborative project
  2. Lynne Lewis - @sutmae Wall E - using Moving Image/technology and games in the classroom.
  3. Con Morris (@cpdscotsman)  - how to get free CPD (not strictly classroom experience so feel free to bomb me out!)
  4. John Davitt Making your own interactive notebooks - now with built in feedback
  5. Sharan King - twitter Flips in the Classroom & Skyping with Year 9 Secondary Boys History Class, Australia
  6. David Muir (Twitter) - Vote For Twitter {I promise not to sing this time!}
  7. Andrew Brown (twitter) - 'From this moment on' ('Take the pledge', or some other daft title - like @cpdscotsman, not classroom experience, so feel free to bomb me out too!) 
  8. Theo Kuechel  @theokk Online CPD first look
  9. Doug Belshaw @dajbelshaw - how we're using Google Apps at The Northumberland Church of England Academy
  10. Leon Cych - @eyebeams - as Theo above but may talk about work with iPod touches with 8 yr olds as well very briefly
  11. Andy McSwan @andymcswan - The ICT Cool Wall
  12. Peter Graham - @petergra - Big Brain Academy and children with Asperger's syndrome.
  13. Jenni Robertson - Engaging your students in music and technology with Radiohead.
  14. Teachmeet is full - please only add your name to speak if you are already down as an enthusiastic lurker.
  15. Teachmeet is full - please only add your name to speak if you are already down as an enthusiastic lurker.



Learning conversations


At recent TeachMeets, not everybody who wished to present has been able to present. Similary, not everybody wishes to perform. So... instead of doing a presentation, would you like to lead a conversation on a topic that's currently close to your heart? Perhaps it's an area where you have more questions than answers?


We will try to make space in the night for these learning conversations to take place.


Sign up below if you'd like to lead a conversation and tell us what it will be about.


I think that as this is likely to be quite a big teachmeet the learning conversations idea would be great! Suggestions anyone...


  • introductions to new Tech in the classroom - maybe a wee tutorial or discussion about setting up and using blogs/wikis (or something similar) for new teachers...?
  • future models of assessment - Gordon Brown
  • Can Glow drive pedagogical change? - Bob Hill - twitter 
  • Who owns the curriculum? - Bill Boyd - twitter
    • Report
    • We were supposed to talk about Glow changing the pedagogy.  This topic seemed a great idea at 11:00 pm when I added it to the wiki.  However it actually ended up with John Connell, John Johnston, Kenneth Mclaughlin and others talking about some of the problems of ICT in the classroom.  In particular two issues were prominent.  Glow is not yet completely fit for purpose and RM has a very bureaucratic procedure for taking out the wrinkles.  If Glow is a test bed for RM as I personally suspect then they should be very responsive to feedback from teachers and pupils.  And blocking software such as Websense should be controlled at least at school level or ideally by individual teachers. Why?  Because if pupils are going to search the internet in any meaningful manner they will come across sites which do need to be opened immediately.


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 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.


  1. Can Twitter capture knowledge during TeachMeet SLF09? - #TMSLF09Q1
  2. What were your '2 stars and a wish' for TeachMeet SLF09? - #TMSLF09Q2
  3. If you didn't sign up to present at TeachMeet SLF09, what stopped you? - #TMSLF09Q3
  4. ...


Delicious bookmarks


For anyone presenting, or taking the lead in a learning conversation, a Delicious account has been set up here so that you can bookmark any links you will be referring to. Username is TeachMeetSLF and the password is 2009edition - this will allow participants to access your links prior, during or after TMSLF09 even if you are not chosen to present. If you add your surname as a tag, it will make finding your links that much easier.



Enthusiastic Lurkers


Add your name

  1. Merlin John, journalist, happy to help - Twitter
  2. Maureen McTaggart
  3. Katie Barrowman  - Twitter
  4. John Johnston twitter
  5. John Daly twitter
  6. Bob Hill twitter
  7. Joe Wilsontwitter might come up with something week before
  8. Jane Hollin - Twitter
  9. Drew Burrett - Twitter
  10. Poul Tang
  11. Poul Erik Soerensen 
  12. Jytte Fromberg
  13. Do Be Ltd - Twitter, Blog
  14. Claire McCallum, BBC Scotland Learning 
  15. Krysia Smyth
  16. John Connell (Twitter)
  17. Kenneth Mclaughlin - Twitter
  18. Lisbeth Kodal
  19. Lasse Hollbaum Vinther
  20. Caroline Stuart, Port Charlotte PS, Islay
  21. Alan Hamilton - twitter
  22. Caroline Breyley - twitter
  23. Lars Kjeldsen
  24. Hanne Kjaergaard
  25. June Jelly - Twitter - ICT ESO Dundee; recently Glow D.O.
  26. Pat Campbell - twitter - Area Adviser, LTS
  27. Rowena Blair - twitter
  28. Anne-Marie Weston - twitter
  29. Ian King, Kelso High School
  30. Margaret Vass - twitter
  31. Cassie Law - twitter
  32. Sally Fulton
  33. Douglas Chappelle - Education Specialist RM twitter
  34. Frank Crawford - twitter
  35. Walter Patterson - twitter
  36. Sharan King - twitter  - ICT Curriculum Manager - Sydney Australia
  37. Gordon Brown -
  38. Dorothy Coe Chartered Teacher twitter
  39. Leon Cych - twitter
  40. Shirley Campbell-Morgan-Loirston School, Aberdeen
  41. Alison Burnet
  42. Tony Gurney ~ twitter
  43. Rich Olyott
  44. Ruth Anne Cunningham (might prep something if I ever get the time)
  45. Gillian Penny
  46. Anke Beate-Stahl
  47. Anna Rossvoll
  48. Lynn Shellard - Twitter
  49. Peter Mulvey-twitter
  50. Steven McMahon - Miniframe Scotland (SoftXpand)
  51. Colin McCarthy - Miniframe UK (SoftXpand)
  52. Douglas Blane, TES journalist - Twitter
  53. Steve Bunce, Northumberland CC - twitter
  54. Andy McSwan, Gairloch High School
  55. Annette Iafrate
  56. Mark McGraw
  57. Tom Barrett - Twitter
  58. Mark Brownrigg - Twitter
  59. Alexander Johnston - Twitter
  60. Ronnie Rankin, Glow DO- Twitter
  61. Mark Pentleton, Radio Lingua Schools - Twitter
  62. Jenni Robertson
  63. Johnnie Baxter
  64. Nick (Design & Technology Teacher)
  65. Bill Boyd - The Literacy Adviser (Twitter)
  66. Alistair Mooney - BBC Scotland Learning - (Twitter)
  67. Billy Reid-st maurices high, cumbernauld rac cover
  68. Kim Conway
  69. Anne Forrest
  70. Sheila Morrison
  71. Lilian Lindsay
  72. Andrew Brown, Twitter
  73. Marie Dougan, Twitter
  74. Laurie O'Donnell, Twitter
  75. Eylan Ezekiel, Twitter, BrainPOP UK
  76. Chris Bradford, Twitter , BrainPOP UK
  77. Michael Aitchison Twitter
  78. Andrea Reid
  79. Kenny Kinnear
  80. Lucy Payne - Interactive Education
  81. No more names here please
  82. No more names here please



Teachmeet SLF09 is now fantastically full for enthusiastic lurkers   - sorry about that. Feel free to add your name to the reserve list. Or you can still sign yourself up for a 2 or 7 minute slot.


Reserve List


  1. Kate Farrell, [twitter], Castlebrae High School (who'll also happily show some pictures from a class starting the new SQA courses in Digital Media Computing)
  2. John Heffernan (spotted in the comments section)
  3. Athole McLauchlan (spotted in the comments section)
  4. Dawn Maxwell (spotted in the 'edit tags' section)

  5. Brochure Printing


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Can't make it in person? Join in online via Flashmeeting here. No download or login account required.


The Flashmeeting has been booked for 25 people, and is booked from 1800 till 2200 to allow time for setup/icebreaking plus apres-Meet chat for those who wish to participate.


The Flashmeeting will be recorded, and an edit will be made available for replay.

  1. Lisa Stevens [twitter]
  2. Russell Dyas [twitter]
  3. Sophie Bessemer - twitter
  4. Struan Gardner [twitter]
  5. Ian Stuart [twitter]
  6. Julie Arrol [twitter]
  7. Tricia Neal [ twitter]
  8. John Heffernan twitter
  9. Alan Parkinson [ twitter ] 
  10. Peter Schneider [ twitter ] http://twitter.com/peteschneider
  11. Lynne Arrol
  12. Mags Amond [twitter]
  13. Pamela Tinney [ twitter ]
  14. Lynne Lewis 
  15. Neil Adam [ twitter ]
  16. Barbara Kurtzman Phillips ( elementary school teacher, excited about using technology to enhance my curriculum with new possibilities.


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TeachEat Venue


The Koh-I-Noor: Indian resaurant closer to town centre (Charing Cross). They do a superb Indian buffet and should be able to cope with our numbers. 


The votes were cast at the TeachEat TwtPoll and with more than half the potential diners voting, the Koh-I-Noor was the clear winner!




How to get there


For Sat Nav users, the postcode for the Koh-I-Noor is G3 7DL. However, the nearest parking is likely to be Berkley Street G3 7DW (or there abouts). See map below:


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You may be able to use this route to fly through the journey from the BBC to the Koh-i-Noor in Google Earth. Interestingly, the route planner in Google Earth knows about the Squinty Bridge but images in Google Earth don't! It therefore looks like you are driving through the Clyde at one point but there is a bridge ther... honest!


Who's eating?


Sign up below if you fancy a bite to eat after teachmeet:

  1.  Ollie Bray (twitter)
  2. Iain Hallahan (Twitter)
  3. Merlin John
  4. Maureen McTaggart
  5. Katie Barrowman
  6. John Johnston
  7. John Daly
  8. Joe Wilsontwitter
  9. David Noble
  10. Neil Winton
  11. Fearghal Kelly 
  12. Jane Hollin - Twitter
  13. Poul Tang
  14. Poul Erik Soerensen
  15. Nick Hood (Twitter)
  16. Claire McCallum 
  17. Krysia Smyth - twitter
  18. Tess Watson
  19. Alan Hamilton
  20. Lars Kjeldsen
  21. Hanne Kjaergaard
  22. June Jelly
  23. John Davitt
  24. Margaret Vass - twitter
  25. Sharan King -twitter - ICT Curric Manager Sydney Australia
  26. Cassie Law - twitter 

  27. Gordon Brown

  28. Leon Cych

  29. Stuart Meldrum [@stuartmeldrum]

  30. Theo Kuechel

  31. Caroline Stuart

  32. Bob Hill

  33. Rich Olyott

  34. Ruth Anne Cunningham lamiss (iamlamiss) on Twitter

  35. David Muir - Twitter

  36. Anke Beate-Stahl

  37. Lynn Shellard

  38. Alison Burnet

  39. Steve Bunce

  40. Tom Barrett - Twitter

  41. Ronnie Rankin

  42. Mark Pentleton

  43. Jenni Robertson

  44. Johnnie Baxter 

  45. Joe DaleAlistair Mooney (Twitter)

  46. Kim Conway

  47. Eylan Ezekiel

  48. Chris Bradford

  49. Steve Beard

  50. Andrea Reid

  51. TeachEat is Full

  52. TeachEat is Full

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What do we need to make the event happen?


Who can help organise things before, on the day or during the event?


Ollie Bray (twitter) – happy to help in anyway (will start to look at venue and costing for room in SECC)

Joe Wilsontwitter - let me know what you need will work with Ollie to support event

Iain Hallahan (Twitter) - I am happy to help out any way I can

Neil Winton (Twitter) - Will do what I can.

Louise McDonough  (Twitter)

Claire McCallum (twitter) - will help out at the venue end! 

David Muir - Twitter - Will lug stuff, press buttons, bring extra laptops. projector, whatever. What do you need? :-)

Gordon Brown - Anything you need done, just ask

Sinclair Mackenzie (twitter) - Can be at BBC 5-7pm to help out.

Theo is happy to help... anytime... anyplace

Fraser Davidson (twitter) - happy to help with anything (technical or otherwise).

Peter Graham (twitter) will be at BBC from about 5 and will be happy to help with anything.


  • Venue - BBC Scotland, Pacific Quay
  • AV Equipment
  • Sponsorship for nibbles
  • Sponsorship for drinks
  • Sponsorship for wifi
  • Sponsorship for...




Any donations accepted - Please add your names below.


Venue, WiFi and AV Equipment from BBC Scotland Learning there will also be an opportunity to find out more about our new Learning Zone resource.


£150 from Do Be Ltd towards evenings drinks in celebration of the launch of our latest resource the Do Be Teach-It.
£300 from 2Simple Software (BETT ICT company of the year 2009) towards refreshments at the BBC.

2simple logo

£100 from the National CPD Team in Scotland


£100 from Walter Patterson Consultancy towards drinks and eats.

Walter Patterson
£150 from Radio Lingua Ltd towards drinks and eats or other costs to mark the launch of the Radio Lingua Schools website at SLF http://rlnvault.com/rlnschools/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/rlnschools-logo.png
£250 from Storm Ideas part of Storm ID and founders of www.colaab.com and Twibbon towards towards refreshments at the BBC. http://www.fuelyourapps.com/files/StormIdeas.jpg
£200 from the Scottish Qualifications Authority http://www.sqa.org.uk/images/sqalogo.gif
£30 from Hutchesons' Grammar School towards nibbles http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/0/08/Hutchesons_Grammar_School_Logo.PNG
£100 from SoftXpand Scotland towards refreshments at the BBC n/a
£500 from Adobe towards the TeachEat Adobe


Your name here....


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When you are mentioning TeachMeet SLF 09 whilst using Twitter please just add TMSLF09 somwhere 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.


Check out what's being said on Twitter about TMSLF09 right now by clicking here 


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I'm wondering - there are quite a few more 'lurkers' than 'speakers', and as it's a pre-requisite that one speaks about classroom experience I'm kind of ruled out at the moment.

How would people feel about a 'pledge'? Those that lurk would take away an idea that they would pledge to try out in class (or their line of work in education), and report back online (anywhere) about how it went/is going?

At the first Teachmeet (that @mvass recently reminded me about in her blogpost and prezi) I made a pledge to get 118 people to create a blog - I failed, but loved the challenge!

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