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Teachmeet Takeover BETT2012

Page history last edited by Isidra Francis 8 years, 7 months ago

 

 


Important note: This is the TeachMeet Takeover page, which runs during the day over the Wednesday-Saturday of the exhibition. For the Friday evening TeachMeet session please visit the Teachmeet @BETT 2012 page.

 


Teachmeet Takeover - BETT 2012

Teachers sharing more inspiration for free - in the middle of BETT...


 

BETT 2012 runs from the 11th to the 14th of January 2012 at Olympia in London. Would you like to volunteer to present about some free resources and ideas in time and space donated by BETT exhibitors? Are you an exhibitor who could host some #TMTakeover presentations? If so... sign up below!


If you're tweeting about this please use the #tmtakeover hashtag.

See what's being said now...


Images from Tom BarrettDanny NicholsonIan Usher used under the appropriate Creative Commons licenses.



How to edit this page 

  1. Click the EDIT tab at the top of this page - you'll be prompted to login.
  2. Note that the PBwiki system has changed, so either:
    1. create a PBwiki account, which is quick and simple, and login; or
    2. alternatively you can login using the limited guest account - username guest password teemhcaet
  3. Return to this page and click the EDIT tab
  4. Either
    1. Add a time slot in the daily tables below (if you're an exhibitor willing to host) or 
    2. Add your name to the appropriate time slot (if you're a teacher/adviser wanting to present) 
  5. Click the Save button at the foot of the page...
  6. That's it! 

 

 


 

Images from TM Takeover at BETT 2010/11Teachmeet Takeover BETT2012

Video of Tom Barrett doing his Voicethread Takeover at BETT 2010 on the BrainPOP UK stand


Please sign up in one of the sections below - and then (if you're an exhibitor) add your slot to the timetable below. If you're a presenter, please add your name to any slots available that you'd like to fill, please don't fill your name in until a free slot is available!

 

To find out when others are attending BETT2012, Click Here


Volunteers willing to present on stands

Please add your name and indicate which days you know you will be at BETT. Don't worry about a presentation title yet, just whether you're up for it. Get your thinking hat on about some free resources/tools you'd like to share, or free ideas derived from what you've tried in your classroom...

 

  1. Ian Addison - around on Friday/Saturday
  2. David Mitchell (@DeputyMitchell) - Saturday  
  3. Jodie Collins (@jodieworld) - Saturday
  4. John Sutton ( @hgjohn ) - Thurs/Fri - teaching "critical commenting" - moving from audience to authentic audience on class blogs 
  5. Simon McLoughlin (@simcloughlin) & Cherise Duxbury (@Cherise_Duxbury) - Saturday - introducing livewriting.net
  6. Javier Rodriguez (@javiera1974) - Friday- Using Twitter in MFL to promote and engage language learning outside the classroom 
  7. Danny Nicholson (@dannynic) - Friday 
  8. Ian Pratt (@sciencelabman) friday /saturday   - Animoto  or class dojo  
  9. Phil Bagge (@baggiepr) -Friday Only -Posterous & IPod Touch Dream Blogging made easy
  10. Bram Faems (@bramfaems) - Friday - Kids can make their own Khan Acadamy-style movies with presenting software + camstudio 
  11. Drew Buddie (@digitalmaverick) - Fri & Sat  
  12. Jan Webb - all week 
  13. Mark Anderson - Thursday 12 Jan (@ICTEvangelist) - some web 2.0 tools you can use straight away
  14. Nick Jackson ( @largerama ) - Thurs 12/1 - Interactive Fiction 
  15. Paul Hutson (@nightzookeeper) - Saturday, creative literacy tools for the primary classroom.
  16. Bev Evans (@bevevans22) - all week - free stuff/fab websites you should know about 
  17. Julia Skinner ( @theheadsoffice) - Friday 13th - 100 Word Challenge Creative writing through blogging
  18. Alan O'Donohoe (@teknoteacher) - Saturday 14th Computing for Everyone - Get 'em all programming in Python Sorry, can't make it now, please contact me if interested in content.
  19. Mark Allen (@edintheclouds) Thursday 12th and Saturday 14th
  20. Laurence James (@clickschool) Saturday 14th. Pt1: How Moodle changed my life (assignments) | Pt2: When students went Scratch crazy (KS3 programming)
  21. Alex Findlay (@alexfinICT) Thurs 12th  
  22. Peter Van den Broeck (@petervdbroeck) - Friday - Livecasting while away on a multiday schooltrip (I'll be joining @bramfaems) 
  23.   

 

 


Exhibitors willing to have TM Takeover presentations on their stands

To take part you will need to ensure your stand has, where necessary:

  1. a display (plasma / projector) able for anyone to connect their laptop / device to;
  2. appropriate PA equipment for your location - which might be noisy! This means a headset mic if you expect presenters not to hold one in their hand...
  3. reliable internet access, so that any presenter can arrive, connect (either via wifi or a cable) and get online; 
  4. enough space for a small crowd to gather and not irritate other exhibitors or block something important... toilets, overpriced sandwiches & coffee, fire exits, you get the idea...

 

Please add your company's name and a contact name and the most appropriate Twitter account for BETT. Don't worry about slots yet - we just need a roster of willing hosts! (If you want to commit to a time slot, please see the timetable below)

 

  1. Rising Stars - @andreacarr1   B25 
  2. LapSafe - @lapsafe @pazzy_21 H39 (we won't have internet access on our stand, so will only be able to accommodate those that don't need to use the internet as part of their session)
  3. I Am Learning - @I_AM_LEARNING and @helendaykin Q22 
  4. Classroommonitor - @ethinking or @chrisscarth J9 
  5. Just2easy.com- James Green @web2what N95 (Only wide screen stand alones no plasma)
  6. Punnet - Tim Dalton @timdalton SW10 (www.pun.net)
  7. Pearson - Stephen Fahey @sdfahey B40/C40 
  8. Oddizzi - Jenny Cooke @oddizzi P47
  9. Civica (we have a seminar area on our stand to hold the TeachMeet in) - James Cross @jamesrcross K54
  10. Promethean - Selda Ziya @21centurylearn B30
  11. Zu3D- Francesca Yeeles @francescayeeles 
  12. UniServity - Susan Banister @susanbanister 
  13.  
  14.  
  15.   

 

Outline Schedule

This is a two stage process - exhibitors with spaces please start putting your available slots in here... once a slot is up, a speaker/speakers can fill in their name (and a proposed title) - feel free to present with a friend or colleague! If you're not sure of a title but know roughly what you'll be covering, then please fill that in - as exhibitors will need to prepare schedules in plenty of time for the show.

There's also a need for a co-ordinator or two for each day - please sign up in the table headers if you could act as a co-ordinator for a particular day - this would be ideally suited to exhibitors as (a) people will know where you'll be and (b) it isn't likely to be your only day at BETT.

If the tables fill up then use the Table > Row > Insert Row commands to add a row for your slot. Please try and keep the slots in time order so we can work out what's going on!

Once you've signed up to either host or present, then please ensure you follow your host / presenter on twitter so you can message each other (assuming you're both on twitter...). You and your host are responsible for ensuring that your presentation goes ahead - if it's not going to happen, please strike the presentation's details through so everyone knows it's not happening!

Some guidelines for your presentation:

 

  • You should be a teacher or a practitioner to present;
  • Your presentation should be about free ideas using free tools that anyone watching can take away or access and have a go at without needing to subscribe to anything - please don't assume people have the latest (or any!) version of MS Office. A connection to the internet might be the only thing you should assume.
  • You might showcase a free tool, but it'll be even better if you can demonstrate some work you've done with it
  • If we start to run out of slots, then you might be asked to reduce your number of presentations (if you've signed up to present more than once) so that everyone can get in, but we'll try and get more slots as well...

 


 

Wednesday 11th  January 2012 - We suggest two presenters per 30min slot (15minutes each)

co-ordinator: 

Time of slot: Company Hosting / Contact Name: Stand / Hall: Name of teacher presenter(s): What free stuff / ideas you'll be covering in your presentation:
 
       

10.30am-11.00am

Herff Jones | Nystrom - Don Rescigno @HJNystrom @drescigno F121 
 
 
11:00am - 11:30am         
11:30am-12pm  Scholastic
 G40
 Digital Leaders from Titchfield Primary School and St John the Baptist Primary School (@charliedeane and @ianaddison)

Titchfield - Blogging in the primary school

St John's - Will: What is a Digital Leader? Sam: some useful free stuff

12pm-12:30pm  BrainPOP - Chris Bradford @brainpop_uk
 B60
   
12:30-1pm

 Punnet - Tim Dalton

@pun_net / www.pun.net

@timdalton

 SW10
 
 
12:30pm - 1pm   I Am Learning
@I_AM_LEARNING

@helendaykin

Q22 
 
 
130-2pm  Civica - @jamesrcross
 K54

 

 

2pm-2:30pm

Rising Stars @andreacarr1

 @risingstarsedu

 B25
 Bev Evans @bevevans22
 Art tools for everyone
2:30pm - 3pm  Classroommonitor @ethinking @chrisscarth
J9 
 
 
3pm - 3:30pm 

 Editure Education - David Brett @dbprimarydave

@dbprimary

 G121
   
3:30pm - 4pm   Scholastic. Chris Ratcliffe @chrisrat
G40 (between the two)
 
Jan Webb @janwebb21
 
Using web 2.0 tools for collaborations
4pm - 4:30pm   UniServity @susanbanister @reallara
 E125
 
 
         

 

 

 

Thursday 12th  January 2012 - We suggest two presenters per 30min slot (15minutes each)

co-ordinator:

Time of slot: Company Hosting / Contact Name: Stand / Hall: Name of teacher presenter(s): What free stuff / ideas you'll be covering in your presentation:
 
       

10.30am-11.00am

UniServity @susanbanister @reallara   E125
 
 
11:00am - 11:30am 

Zu3D @FrancescaYeeles

@Zu3D

(We can be flexible with days and times)

 
K11
   
11:30am-12pm  Scholastic. Chris Ratcliffe @chrisrat
G40 (between the two)

Bev Evans (@bevevans22) 

 

Digital Leaders (students from Fulford school)

 Animal Magic...

 

Web 2.0 tools and growth of Digital Leaders

12pm-12:30pm   LapSafe @lapsafe @pazzy_21 (No internet access)
 H39
   
12:30-1pm  Rising Stars @risingstarsedu

@andreacarr1 

 B25

 Nick Jackson

( @largerama )

 The rise of Interactive Fiction

www.textadventures.co.uk & Quest

12:30pm - 1pm   Punnet - Tim Dalton

@pun_net / www.pun.net

@timdalton
 SW10
 
 
130-2pm Civica - @jamesrcross   K54

 

 

2pm-2:30pm  BrainPOP - Chris Bradford @brainpop_uk  B60
 Mark Anderson (@ICTEvangelist)  
 Web 2.0 tools you can use straight away
2:30pm - 3pm  Classroommonitor - @ethinking @chrisscarth
 
J9
 John Sutton @hgjohn 
Teaching "critical commenting" - moving from audience to authentic audience on class blogs 
3pm - 3:30pm 
 I Am Learning
@I_AM_LEARNING

@helendaykin

 Q22

 Jan Webb @janwebb21

 

Alex Findlay @alexfinICT

 Web 2.0 tools for collaboration

 

Kick start and re-vitalise your vle

3:30pm - 4pm   Pearson @sdfahey
 B40/C40
 
 
4pm - 4:30pm   Editure Education - David Brett @dbprimarydave

@dbprimary


 G121

 
 
         

 

 

 

Friday 13th  January 2012 - We suggest two presenters per 30min slot (15minutes each)

co-ordinator: 

Time of slot: Company Hosting / Contact Name: Stand / Hall: Name of teacher presenter(s): What free stuff / ideas you'll be covering in your presentation:
 
       

10.30am-11.00am

Herff Jones | Nystrom - Don Rescigno @HJNystrom @drescigno F121 
 
 
11:00am - 11:30am  Scholastic. Chris Ratcliffe. @chrisrat
G40 (between the two)
 Julia Skinner @theheadsoffice

Drew Buddie

@drewbuddie

100Word Challenge supporting creative writing through blogging

Combining the use of free tools to enhance creativity

11:30am-12pm  BrainPOP - Chris Bradford @brainpop_uk  B60

Phil Bagge

@baggiepr

Julia Skinner @theheadsoffice

Posterous & IPod Touch Blogging made easy

100WC through class blogs

12pm-12:30pm 

 Rising Stars @risingstarsedu

@andreacarr1

 B25

Ian Addison @ianaddison 

 

Bev Evans (@bevevans22)

 5 useful Web 2.0 tools you might not be using yet. 

Let's make music

12:30-1pm  I Am Learning
@I_AM_LEARNING

@helendaykin

Q22 
 Jan Webb @janwebb21
 
Web 2.0 for collaborations
12:30pm - 1pm   Punnet - Tim Dalton

@pun_net / www.pun.net

@timdalton
 SW10
 Javier Rodriguez @javiera1974
Using Twitter in MFL to promote and engage language learning outside the classroom
1.30-2pm Civica - @jamesrcross    K54

 

 

2pm-2:30pm  Just2easy.com-James Green @web2what  n65

 Bram Faems @bramfaems

 

 

Peter Van den Broeck

 Kids can make their own Khan Acadamy-style movies with presenting software + camstudio 

Livecasting from London

2:30pm - 3pm

classroommonitor  @ethinking @chrisscarth

J9 

John Sutton

@hgjohn 

 

 

Alex Findlay @alexfinICT

Teaching "critical commenting" - moving from audience to authentic audience on class blogs 

Kick start and re-vitalise your vle

3pm - 3:30pm 
 Editure Education - David Brett @dbprimarydave

@dbprimary


G121

 
 
3:30pm - 4pm   Learning Possibilitis -  @tweetlpplus
E10 
Chris Dicken  
 
4pm - 4:15pm   Promethean - Selda Ziya @21centurylearn  B30

- Danny Nicholson @dannynic

 

 

Inanimate Alice a free transmedia resource

Plus other free digital storytelling resources

 

         

 

 

 

Saturday 14th  January 2012 - We suggest two presenters per 30min slot (15minutes each)

co-ordinator: 

Time of slot: Company Hosting / Contact Name: Stand / Hall: Name of teacher presenter(s): What free stuff / ideas you'll be covering in your presentation:
 
       

10.30am-11.00am

UniServity - @susanbanister @reallara   
 
 Family Lawyers Surrey
11:00am - 11:30am  Punnet - Tim Dalton

@pun_net / www.pun.net

@timdalton
SW10
Mark Allen (@edintheclouds)  How we developed a 'learning continuum' in our school, making learning indoor, outdoor, in-school, at-home, analogue, digital, hand-held, learner-led, independent and collaborative.
11:30am-12pm  Just2easy.com-James Green @web2what  N65
   
12pm-12:30pm 

 Rising Stars @risingstarsedu

@andreacarr1

B25 

David Mitchell

Paul Hutson 

Blogging - Power of an Audience.

Creative Literacy tools for the primary classroom

12:30-1pm  LapSafe @lapsafe @pazzy_21 (no internet access)
 
 
 
12:30pm - 1pm 

 I Am Learning @I_AM_LEARNING

@helendaykin

Q22 

 Simon McLoughlin

Cherise Duxbury

 The launch of livewriting.net - a new site for schools to collaborate using CoverItLive.
130-2pm Civica - @jamesrcross  
 K54

 

 

2:30pm-3pm  Scholastic. Chris Ratcliffe @chrisrat
G40 (between the two)
 Ian Addison @ianaddison
A new way of planning ICT (with lots of free links and stuff too)
2:30pm - 3pm classroomonitor @ethinking @chrisscarth
J9 
 Jodie Collins @jodieworld
 Child-generated training videos
3pm - 3:30pm 
 Oddizzi  Jenny Cooke @oddizzi
 P47

Drew Buddie

@digitalmaverick

Alan O'Donohoe

@teknoteacher

Scratch-ing that itch

burnaby lawyers  

Get 'em to program with Python Sorry, can't make it now. Pls contact me if interested in content.

3:30pm - 4pm 

 

 
 
Lawyers Richmond 
 
 
 
 
 
         

 

 

 

 


 


 

 

 

 

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