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Teach Meet Fife 2012

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Welcome to TeachMeet Fife, 2012!


This event is an ideal CPD opportunity for probationer teachers within Fife council. 


Get Adobe Connect here to view Teach Meet Fife LIVE!




View the event live from 5pm here:




TeachMeet Fife 2012 will be held in Kirkland High School and Community College on Thursday, 15th March, and will take place between 5pm - 7:30pm

It is open to all teaching practitioners.

This event is all about sharing best practice.


You will be invited to deliver a 2 minute micro presentation, or a 7 minute full presentation about teaching and learning strategies which you use in your classroom. Tell us how you do things, what works well, and what we might want to avoid. You are, of course, welcome to attend as an enthusiastic lurker without delivering a presentation.


The running order:

4;30 - Doors open

5:00 - Welcome and introduction

5:15 - 3 x 7 minute presentations

           5 x 2 minute presentations

6:00 - Break and networking

6:20 - 3 x 7 minute presentations

           5 x 2 minute presentations

7:05 - Question panel and feedback

7:30 - Expected finish


Please sign up below, by clicking the 'edit' tab at the top of the page. 

Tell us your name, school, and what your presentation is about. Please include your twitter name if you have one. We look forward to seeing you there!


7 Minute Presentations:

1. Shona Cochrane, Queen Anne HS, Reflective Thinking Programme

2. Steph Gardiner, Kirkland HS, Fairtrade

3. Callum Murphy, Using Digital Literacy to Enhance Learning in Science

4. David Imrie, Fife Council, Digital Literacy in the Primary School

5. Derek McWhirter, Restorative Practice, Kirkland HS

6. Kirsty Marsland, AIFL strategies, Buckhaven High School

7. Helen Bradley, All Things GLOW, Kirkland HS




2 Minute Micro Presentations:

1. Chris, Scottish Book Trust, Using Booktrailers in the Classroom and Library @chrisleslie2

2. Daryl Leonard, Kirkland HS, Using ICT in PE for Evaluation

3. Helen Bradley, Kirkland HS, 10 Reasons to Tweet










1. Susan Lister, Dunfermline High School

2. Val Nicol, Kirkland High School

3. Graham Henderson, Queen Anne High School (Twitter: @hendo1983)

4. Nicola Ness, East Wemyss Primary

5. Emma Langtree, Queen Anne High School

6. Jase Bain, Glenwood High School

7. Clare Todd, Glenwood High School

8. Christine Allan, Glenwood High School

9. Alison Wood, Glenwood High School

10. Louise Bruce, Glenwood High School

11. Teresa McCormack, Balcurvie Primary School

12. Heather Williams, Balcurvie Primary School

13. Mairi Anstruther, Midlothian Council

14. Gemma Sanderson, Greyfriars RC Primary School

15. Laura Johnson, Buckhaven High School

16. Adele Sherratt, Glenwood High School

17. Kirsty Kelly, Glenwood High School

18. Liz Gibson, Caskieberran Primary School

19. Laura Paterson, Rimbleton Primary School

20. Rose-Marie Murphy, Glenrothes HS

21. Katy McMurchie, Carleton Primary School

22. Caroline Newman, Woodmill HS

23. Hilary Gray, Kings Road Primary School





Run out of numbers? Just add yourself on!

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