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Teachmeet @BETT 2012

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An important note about signing up to attend:

Due to the unique nature of a TeachMeet at the BETT Show, once again this year attendance will involve getting a free ticket via the TeachMeet BETT 2012 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?


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! 


Teachmeet Takeover / Friday's BETT Teachmeet


This is the page for the Teachmeet event held on the Friday evening of BETT in the Apex Room. If you are attending BETT then you will probably be interested in the Teachmeet Takeover activities happening during the show - so check out that wiki page as well and get involved!


Twitter & Tags


When you are mentioning TeachMeet BETT 2012 whilst using Twitter please just add #TMBETT2012 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 TMBETT2012 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 2012: TMBETT2012


How to edit this page

  1. If you're looking to sign up to attend, then get your free ticket from the TeachMeet BETT 2012 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 Mud Run Tips 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. Oliver Quinlan (@oliverquinlan), Peter Yeomans (@ethinking) Connected Educators- Bringing trainees into the profession through social media.
  2. Paul Hutson (@nightzookeeper): Student meetups - Building school communities through student lead events.
  3. Leon Cych (@eyebeams) - Web Native Video HTML5 as an educational tool
  4. Simon McLoughlin (@simcloughlin) -  Indoor Camping (coming down to London after school on Friday, so won't be at Olympia until around 8pm.)
  5. Claire Lotriet (@OhLottie) - Collaborative planning - Maths planning makeover
  6. Using e-books to motivate pupils (presenter TBA nearer event)
  7. David Rogers (@daviderogers) Mobile Mayhem, bringing about a BYOD culture shift 
  8. Simon Lewis (@simonmlewis) "Nobody tells me anything around here" - School communication
  9. Jan Webb @janwebb21 - Scratching the Surface of Wonderland... using Kodu, Scratch and ALICE for story telling (and subtle simultaneous programming skill development for all ages!)
  10. Drew Buddie (@digitalmaverick) - using the 4 R's to emanicipate students
  11. Ewan McIntosh (@ewanmcintosh) -   Transforming Australian schools through Design Thinking
  12. Paddy Carroll (@pynchonic) Aurasma - using augmented reality to enhance displays. 
  13. Brian Lockwood (@brian_lockwood) - 1 Open Source Music Application for Music Tech.
  14. Bev Evans (@bevevans22) - I want to tell you a story... 
  15. David Mitchell (@DeputyMitchell) - QuadBlogging: Defibrillating a blog
  16. Ian Addison (@ianaddison) - Digital Leaders - A force for good in the classroom
  17. Gideon Williams (@gideonwilliams) - Using Moodle and Mahara for our Transformational learning course 
  18. Stephen Lockyer (@mrlockyer) -  Cube Jitsu - All will be revealed on the night! 
  19. Gary Stager (@garystager) - This is What Learning Looks Like! (what if you really committed to Project-based learning & constructionism?)
  20. Sylvia Martinez (@smartinez) - Student Technology Leaders supporting authentic tech-infused learning
  21. Ian Usher (@iusher) Moodle/Model United Nations - experience from two online iterations of the MUN in Bucks - presentation at http://bit.ly/iutmbett2012
  22. Alberto Garrido (@agarridodiez) Creating a Facebook fan page as a powerful teaching and learning tool. 
  23. Emma Dawson (@ohcrazy1) - Putting the mobile into mobile technology 


Please don't add any more presentations...thank you! 




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. Steve Bunce @stevebunce 'knITing' - encouraging struggle, design, collaboration, thinking and programming in schools 
  2. A weekly CPD fix via twitter (presenter TBA nearer to the event)
  3. John Heffernan @johnmayo - My spatula doesn't crash. ICT in Home Economics  http://linkbun.ch/2nwg 
  4. Theo Kuechel @theokk - Curating Digital Content to support learning
  5. Steve Philp (@frogphilp) Maths on the floor - how to teach maths in Primary School 
  6. Gideon Williams (@gideonwilliams) - Moodle medalling (if I get it finished) 
  7. Emma Taylorson - Blogs, collaboration and Kodu 
  8. Amy Parkin - Kodu for programming in Primary 
  9. Lisa Stevens @lisibo Be patient - it'll happen! http://vimeo.com/34787586  
  10. Print service at http://www.digitekprinting.com/digital-color-copies 

Please don't add any more presentations...thank you! 





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 limit to the number of people they can accommodate of around 80, 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.


This year the pizza will be buffet-style, meaning that we will all have a better chance to mingle than in previous years when sat at tables.  Pizza Express will provide us with a variety of pizzas, and a drink, for a set price (this has yet to be arranged but will be made clear in advance on the night).  Also, unlike previous years Pizza Express have no half price offers in place, this means there is every likelihood those who attend for pizza will have to pay for the meal (at the time of writing no sponsorship has been secured for this, so to prevent embarrassment please be ready to pay when asked to do so, and don't leave without paying Drew Buddie, Ian Addison or Ian Usher). Drew has secured a voucher that is likely to reduce the overall bill by 25% so the  cost should be no more than £10 per person for the pizza and a drink. 


The booking has been secured on the basis of 80 people being there, so please be sure to REMOVE  your name from the list below if you will no longer be attending, so that others don't have to pay for the pizza you would have had.


If you want to attend TeachEatBETT please put your name in the list below:


  1. Steve Bunce @stevebunce 
  2. Oliver Quinlan @oliverquinlan 
  3. Paul Hutson @nightzookeeper 
  4. Danny Nicholson @dannynic
  5. Ivan Langton @misterel 
  6. Leon Cych @eyebeams
  7. Rosie Slosek @rslosek
  8. Simon McLoughlin @simcloughlin 
  9. Claire Lotriet @OhLottie
  10. Cherise Duxbury @Cherise_Duxbury 
  11. Nigel Duxbury (?) 
  12. Tony Sheppard @grumbledook 
  13. Alex Bellars @bellaale 
  14. Emma Dawson 
  15. Natalie @natty08 :) 
  16. Nick Dennis @drdennis 
  17. David Rogers @daviderogers 
  18. Dan Bowen @dan_bowen
  19. Darren Murphy @darrenmurphy 
  20. Susan Banister @susanbanister 
  21. Dawn Hallybone @dawnhallybone 
  22. Jan Webb @janwebb21 
  23. Pete Yeomans @ethinking
  24. Tony Parkin @tonyparkin
  25. Emma Taylorson 
  26. Simon Lewis (@simonmlewis)
  27. Rozz Lewis (@rozzlewis) 
  28. Miles Berry @mberry
  29. Bev Evans @bevevans22
  30. John Heffernan @johnmayo 
  31. Julia Skinner @theheadsoffice
  32. Nick Skinner @headshelper
  33. Jen Kenny @genkijen
  34. Ian Addison
  35. Charlie Deane
  36. John @car insurance quotes
  37. Theo Kuechel@Family Lawyers Surrey
  38. Jodie Collins @jodieworld
  39. Donna Hay @dwsm 
  40. Nick Overton @nickotkdIV 
  41. Martin Burrett @ICTmagic
  42. Steve Philp (@frogphilp
  43. Gideon Williams @gideonwilliams 
  44. Mark Stacey @mrjstacey
  45. Emma Taylorson
  46. Amy Parkin 
  47. James Cross (http://twitter.com/jamesrcross
  48. Ashley Brown @arctic_sunrise
  49. Dom Breadmore @predacomdom 
  50. Lisa Sharratt @lisacov19
  51. Gary Stager @garystager 
  52. Jen Devaney @mooshtang
  53. Sylvia Martinez  @smartinez
  54. Ian Usher (@iusher)
  55. Lara Savory @reallara 
  56. Dughall McCormick (@dughall
  57. Rob Harrison (@therobharrison
  58. Dai Barnes (@daibarnes
  59. Andrea Carr @andreacarr1 
  60. Eylan Ezekiel @eylanezekiel 
  61. Kerry Turner @4goggas 
  62. Ceri Williams @cerirwilliams 
  63. Bill Lord @Joga5 
  64. Jon Williams @jonjwilliams
  65. Gareth Davies @advisorymatters 
  66. Janet Davies @DrJanetDavies
  67. Mathias Rosenqvist @MathiasRosenq
  68. Edmund England @Lawyers Richmond
  69.  Julie Stanton
  70. Ulrike Montgomery
  71. Joerg Schumacher
  72. Lois Lindemann @MoreThanMaths
  73. Alex Isaachsen @alexisaachsen
  74. Drew Buddie @digitalmaverick
  75. David Mitchell @deputymitchell
  76. Tom Barrett @tombarrett
  77. Marc Faulder @marc_faulder 
  78. Graham Crerar @lean and tone
  79. Marc Grossman @ukgrossman 
  80. Adrian Camm @adriancamm

People registering signing up below this line may not be accommodated in Pizza Express (please see Drew Buddie during the TeachMeet to see if you can be fitted in this business names).

  1. Lynette Barr @LynetteBarr 
  2. Russell Dyas @russdev
  3. Jodie Collins @jodieworld
  4. Ian Yorston @IanYorston 
  5. Kelly McDonagh @misskmcd
  6. Ed Carpenter 
  7. Dave Stacey (@davestacey











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