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Teachmeet @BETT 2011

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An important note about signing up to attend:

Due to the unique nature of a TeachMeet at the BETT Show, this year attendance will involve getting a free ticket via the TeachMeet BETT 2011 Eventbrite page. This will make it easy to communicate with everyone who signs up in case there are any last minute changes.

This is a free ticketing system (and so works well in the TeachMeet state of mind...). Please only add your name to this wiki if you are planning on presenting - either a seven minute micropresentation or a two minute nanopresentation - or attending the post-event "TeachEat"...

It's important that there are at least as many practitioners as exhbitors and salespeople there so there's a good balance - so teacher/practitioner tickets will be released first, then tickets for exhibitors will be released in January. 

What is TeachMeet?




TeachMeet @BETT 2011 wouldn't be possible without the kind support of the companies & organisations below:


TeachEat Sponsor:

Ewan McIntosh  digital  |  learning  |  design thinking



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, ask important questions or simply sign up to take part in learning conversations. Education professionals from all sectors are welcome to take part.


The main part of TeachMeet is hearing stories about learning, from teachers. This is not an event to present about a product or theory - this is a chance for teachers from all types of establishments to hear ideas from each other. Real narratives of practice that make a difference. It is about being engaged and inspired by our immediate colleagues and a whole bucket load of networking to boot! 


Important note: this page is for the Friday evening TeachMeet session - the TeachMeet TakeOver page is elsewhere.

Twitter & Tags


When you are mentioning TeachMeet BETT 2011 whilst using Twitter please just add #TMBETT2011 somewhere in the tweet - that way it will be picked up by a Twitter search. 


You can see what's being said on Twitter about TMBETT2011 right now by clicking here!


Tags (for everything else ... flickr, YouTube, facebook etc)

Let's keep it all together and use the following tag for all posts, images, tweets and presentations to do with TeachMeet BETT 2011: TMBETT2011


There's a Flickr Group for TeachMeet @ BETT2011...


How to edit this page

  1. If you're looking to sign up to attend, then get your free ticket from the TeachMeet BETT 2011 Eventbrite page. If you want to present, then follow the instructions below...
  2. Click the EDIT tab at the top of this page - you'll be prompted to login.
  3. Note that the PBwiki system has changed, so either:
    1. create a PBworks account, which is quick and simple, and login; or
    2. alternatively you can login using the limited guest account - username guest password teemhcaet
  4. Return to this page and click the EDIT tab
  5. Add your name to the bottom of the appropriate list (with a link to your Twitter page or blog so others can follow you, plus a sentence on what you're going to be presenting on)
  6. Click the Save button at the foot of the page...
  7. That's it!



If anyone wants to pitch in, you're welcome. Please make sure you sign up for a ticket first though!



Seven minute micropresentations  




If it is online please add links to your presentation or work to the title (this will speed things up on the night)




It's quite possible that there will be more presentations than there is space to fit them all in - this is a good thing, however it might mean that you don't get to present on the night, due to the random nature in which they are chosen. This makes it all the more important that you give a link to your presentation materials (and exposition if that's necessary) below, next to your title, as this will mean people can find out about what you're presenting on even if you don't actually get to stand up and present...


Add your name and a sentence describing what you're planning on talking about below, plus a link to your presentation materials once they're ready. This last bit's important for the sharing element of a TeachMeet to work!


  1. 'Pump up the lesson' Using sound and music in teaching and learning - Kevin McLaughlin (@kvnmcl)          
  2. Searching for answers - Ian Addison @ianaddison lawyers        
  3. Tools that support collaboration - Jan Webb @janwebb21 
  4. TBC- probably either Monkey Business in the Classroom or 'Keeping it Low Tech'- using still images in creative ways- @tomhenzley 
  5. Fun with sound: using Audacity in the classroom - Bev Evans @bevevans22
  6. Either "Changing classroom relationships- children leading learning" or "Google Docs in Primary Literacy" - Oliver Quinlan, @oliverquinlan
  7. 'Warming up the learning' - School closed? Sledged out? Made the snowman? Too cold to stay out? Get online! - Dughall McCormick @dughall
  8. Kids Teaching Kids - Eric Marcos @mathtrain Richmond Lawyers
  9. Mr Thorne Does Phonics plus Family Fortunes - a phonics application game @Mr_Thorne  
  10. Apologies - unable to attend. Blog post here: http://daibarnes.info/blog/2011/01/transforming-learning-moodle-peer-review-assignment/. Dai Barnes (@daibarnes)
  11. Subtitled -  Lisa Stevens @lisibo 
  12. Engaging Girls in Technology @zoeross19 
  13. A VLE for free using web 2.0 tools - Donna Hay @dwsm
  14. Getting the Prime Minister to take notice - Jane Duffy (& Drew Buddie @digitalmaverick) 
  15. Contextual ICT. Using ICT to raise attainment across the curriculum.  (@alexisaachsen
  16. Something with audience participation about musical terminology. @mynictle  
  17. Timesaving web2.0 tricks to improve essay writing and speed-up marking @russeltarr
  18. Revision Haikus using Google Docs - Daniel Needlestone @nstone www.nstoneit.com sorry can't make it anymore - if for some reason you are short and want me to present virtually happy to do so.

---There are still spaces to present, but if you sign up below this line, please email mail@ianaddison.net with links to resources/blog etc as they will need to be added to the handout, thanks---


  1. EasyVoter - A moodle based voting system @misterel (hopefully) resources and presentation here
  2. Using videoconferencing to teach history at KS3 & 5 @iusher
  3. Student teachers' digital resources  @mberry
  4. Communication and collaboration through springboards - (Learning through play) @ForesterJo (but don't mind if not time!)
  5. Bloodhound SSC. http://www.bloodhoundssc.com/  A new attempt on the world land speed record is aiming for 1000mph!!  The project is supported with a fantastic range of free online STEM resources. Member of Bloodhound Team to present what is availble to teachers and how to get your school and kids involved. @bloodhound_ssc 
  6. Student  Farewell speech at here






Two minute nano presentations 




If it is online please add links to your presentation or work to the title (this will speed things up on the night)


Add your name and a sentence describing what you're planning on talking about below. 

***We will be handing out a programme of presentations to all attendees to take away with them. This will include a sentence or two about your presentation, links to your Twitter, blog etc. Ian Addison will contact you nearer the time asking you to provide these details if you don't want to publish them below just yet. We believe this will help people take your ideas back to their classroom***


  1. Using the web with the little 'uns - Ian Addison @ianaddison      
  2. Using Music and Art to engage parents- Tim Handley @tomhenzley     
  3. Fun with Storytelling and Google Maps -  Bev Evans @bevevans22
  4. Widening ownership of your school blog - David Noble
  5. Free Open Source 3D Models Wiki http://L4L.wikispaces.co@eyebeams
  6. Year 7 augmenting reality - Saiqa Liaqat @gvibe   sorry cannot attend anymore please DM me for information
  7. Reflections on @giraffeclass and sustainability Bill Lord (@Joga5)
  8. The benefits of making links Lisa Stevens @lisibo
  9. Add an extra dimension to your teaching: exploiting 3D Virtual Worlds in the classroom.@helenmyers  Background to practical application here. 2-minute slideshow as backcloth here address: http://filesocial.com/605ti2a
  10. ---There are still spaces to present, but if you sign up below this line, please email mail@ianaddison.net with links to resources/blog etc as they will need to be added to the handout, thanks--- Peak District hotels
  11. Networking & collaboration for teachers & school leaders - The National College online network. Stuart Sutherland @ssutherland
  12. Use 'Happy Families' game to teach groups of anything - Bob Knowles (@BobK99) - see ELT examples at http://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/Happy-families-ELT-cards-EI-families-6065179/ http://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/Happy-Families-ELT-cards-EA-families-6065177/ and http://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/Happy-families-ELT-cards-OUGH-f-lies-6065180/ PS - Sorry, can't make it. DM me if interested.
  13. Keeping it REAL - Using postcards as the basis for a supportive portfolio on the PGCE course by @andytgeezer Check out the final show at http://myrealwall.blogspot.com/2011/01/my-real-wall-special-edition-student.html
  14. What working together can achieve! - Nic Hughes (@duck_star)- http://redbridgegamesnetwork.blogspot.com
  15. Digital Dialogues - collaborative artworks using simple paint and photo apps on mobile devices.




As with previous years we are going to organise a group visit to Pizza Express immediately at the end of the TeachMeet (around 9:30pm).  All TeachMeetBETT attendees are welcome to come along. Last year Pizza Express set a maximum group size of 70, so it is likely that this will be the case this year.


It is important to note that although we hope that sponsors may make a contribution to reduce the overall cost of the meal, all attendees should be aware that they may have to make some contribution to the cost of the meal.


If you represent a company and want to contribute to the costs of the meal, please email Drew Buddie (drew [at] buddie [dot] plus [dot]com) as soon as possible.


Pizza Express is now booked.  The maximum party size is confirmed as 70, so please sign up promptly to avoid disappointment as we regret that no names can be added once the list reaches 70 people.


Also the management have confirmed that they will honour ONE voucher for the WHOLE PARTY and we will have this voucher with us (by all means print your own copy off if you wish though).


If you want to attend TeachEatBETT please put your name in the list below or ask Drew Buddie for further details:

  1. Drew Buddie
  2. Kevin McLaughlin 
  3. Ian Addison
  4. Charlie Deane
  5. Tim Handley 
  6. Nick Dennis 
  7. Bev Evans 
  8. Oliver Quinlan
  9. Natalie Allan (@Natty08) 
  10. Dughall McCormick
  11. Emma Dawson
  12. Dave McCollom (slot open)
  13. Eric Marcos (slot open)
  14. Christopher Thorne
  15. Chris Mayoh
  16. Matthew Langley
  17. David Noble
  18. Tom Barrett:
  19. Ivan Langton 
  20. Alasdair Douglas
  21. Richard Semmens (@richardsw16)
  22. Theo K @car insurance quotes
  23. Leon Cych
  24. Lois Lindemann (@MoreThanMaths)
  25. Mary Farmer (@ebd35
  26. Chris Fuller   
  27. Donna Hay ( @dwsm ) 
  28. Steve Bunce (@stevebunce)
  29. Ian Guest
  30. Bill Lord (@joga5)
  31. Tony Sheppard (@grumbledook)
  32. Andrea Carr (@andreacarr1)
  33. Zoe Ross (@zoeross
  34. Dawn Hallybone @dawnhallybone
  35. Brian Sharland 
  36. John Heffernan @johnmayo
  37. Tony Parkin @tonyparkin
  38. Ian U @Design Services
  39. Jon Farley 
  40. Jan Webb @janwebb21  
  41. Helen  Myers .@helenmyers 
  42. James Robinson 
  43. Juliette Heppell @julietteheppell
  44. Esther Arnott @Estarnott 
  45. Joe Dale @joedale 
  46. Saiqa Liaqat @gvibe 
  47. Dom Breadmore @predacomdom
  48. Ashley Brown @arctic_sunrise 
  49. Nicola Stables @mynictle 
  50. Marc Grossman @ukgrossman 
  51. Susan Banister @susanbanister
  52. Jennie Martindale @mooshtang
  53. Paul Murphy  @rsdiscos
  54. Sarah Bushby (@SRBushby)
  55. Simon Hunt (@thisissimz)
  56. Carol Rainbow
  57. James Robinson
  58. Jo Liversidge (@ForesterJo)
  59. Katy Griffiths (@icklekaty) 
  60. Alex Isaachsen (@alexisaachsen
  61. Chris Ratcliffe (@chrisrat) 
  62. Poul Tang @uni-c.dk
  63. Anne Marie Schæffer  ams33 @helsingor.dk 
  64. Lone Rasmussen (hope there is space)
  65. Mathias Rosenqvist   
  66. Libby Bond [with Juliette and Esther]  
  67. Ian Phillips @ianhabs 
  68. Daniela Blyth 
  69. Rosie Slosek @rslosek (here to support @eyebeams) 

Names below this point exceed the 70 capacity for the booking stated above, so if your name's below then you'll have to rely on people above not attending, or on the flexibility of Pizza Express... 

71. Andy Hoang @andytgeezer 

72. Kate Sim @misetak who wonders why she forgets this bit every year.







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