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TMGSF12

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Wednesday 13th June 2012

 

16.30-18.30

 

Kelvin Building

University of Glasgow

G12 8QQ


 

An informal and enjoyable gathering of those wishing to chat about science and the new curriculum, whilst sharing a glass of wine on the Glasgow Science Festival. 

This event will bring together teachers and STEM Ambassadors (practicing scientists and engineers who volunteer time for school projects). 

The event offers the opportunity to meet informally and discuss how Ambassadors can work effectively within a school.

 

When you sign up, you’ll be invited to volunteer to give a short talk (7 minutes or just 2 minutes) on something you’ve been doing or discovering in your science teaching, or simply turn up to soak up all the great ideas and enthusiasm!

 


 

How to edit this page

  1. Click the EDIT tab at the top of this page on the left (next to the view tab) - you'll be prompted to login.
  2. 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. Add your name to either the 7 minute or 2 minute presentation slot
  5. Click the Save button at the foot of the page...
  6. That's it!

 


 

Teachmeet Glasgow Science Festival

 

 

Chairperson: TBC

 

 

16:30 - 16:45: Refreshments/ Networking

 

16:45 - 17:30: Presentations

 

17:30 - 17:45: Refreshments/ Networking

  

17:45 - 18:30: Presentations 

  

18:30: Concluding Remarks

 



Presentations

 

If you wish to share your ideas with everyone, please sign up below, giving your name and a brief description of your subject.

 

You can talk about anything that has inspired you, has worked well in class, a tool, a strategy, a topic... The list is endless.

 

The one rule here is no selling!

 

You do not have to present anything, you can always be an Enthusiastic Lurker!

 

Seven Minute Micropresentations

 

Whether it is about your classroom displays, encouraging speaking and listening or an engaging web tool, your talk must be about real learning activities. It must be practical and applicable.

 

1. Aileen Hamilton - STEM Ambassadors

2. Iain Spencer - a teacher's experience of running the IoP Ashfield Music Festival.

3. Richard Ford - Bearsden pupils winning the European CANSAT Competition

4. Stephen-Mark Williams - ClassDojo

5. Susan Meikleham - Glasgow Science Centre- Free resources and topical science activities

6. Joanne Friel - Sprinburn Academy Scottish Food and Drink Project

7. Claire Motion- University of St Andrews Lego Mindstorms Loan Boxes (@physicsclaire)

8. Rebecca Sowden -The Glasgow Academy Collasped Timetable Days

 

Two Minute NanoPresentations

 

Whether it is about your classroom displays, encouraging speaking and listening or an engaging web tool, your talk must be about real learning activities. It must be practical and applicable.

 

1. Open Source Textbooks Project - Drew Burrett (@drewburrett)

2. Edmodo - Callum Mitchell (@scotsbioteacher)

3. Rebecca Crawford  (@GlasgowSciFestival)

4. Kristen Salzer-Frost - Consulting Fire Engineer (@InsertInnerGeek)

5. Barbara Harrison ~ Using black jelly in taste tests (barbaraberlin@talktalk.net)

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Enthusiastic Lurkers

 

If you just want to come along and listen to the presentations, please sign up below.

 

1. Jennifer Morrison

2. Leigh Duncan

3. Nicola Jobson

4  Amanda Morrison

5. Sarah Meek

6. Michelle Campbell

7. Jill Barnfather

8. Graeme Eddolls

9. Omar Kettlewell   Apologies, I can no longer attend as I am now in school. Hope it goes well! 

10.Douglas Blane

11. Gus McSkimming

12. Victoria Savage 

13. Aileen Monaghan

14. Graeme Forbes

15. Dean Campbell

16.Kayleigh Hamilton

17. Mike Walker (hopefully)

18. Sarah Garcia

19. Linda Gibson

20. Catherine Ness 

21. George Shand

Please add more lines as necessary.

 


 

Travel

 


 

The Kelvin Building houses the Department of Physics and Astronomy and is easily reached via the Botany Gate from University Avenue.

Both University Avenue and nearby Byres Road are well served by public transport, with frequent buses and the Underground at Hillhead.

There should be parking available in University Place.

 


 

Tags

 

Follow along on Twitter, so let's keep it all together and use the following tag for all posts, images, tweets and presentations to do with TeachMeet Glasgow Science Festival: #TMGSF12

 


 

TeachEat

 

Typically, after a TeachMeet a number of participants go out for dinner. Everyone is welcome, and for many it is as important a part of the evening as the Teachmeet.

 

It is expected that each person will pay for their own meal and drinks as it is unlikely that sponsorship will cover this cost.

 

If you you have any suggestions for a venue, please add below

 

  • Stravaigin
  • Mother India Cafe 

 

 

Who's eating?

 

Please add your name, and any preference you might have, to the list below if you intend to come along to TeachEat:

 

1.Rebecca Crawford

2.Aileen Hamilton

3. Douglas Blane

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Who has helped to make the event happen?

 

Drew Burrett, Science Connects and STEM Ambassadors 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comments (3)

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rebecca crawford said

at 5:15 pm on Jun 24, 2012

I also said I would put up other information (e.g the CANSAT contacts from Richard Ford, Food and Drink Project, Physics Claire contacts etc) I will collect and email out.

rebecca crawford said

at 5:06 pm on Jun 24, 2012

Susan asked me to add her email address and a link to our website with the other contact details and resources. Contact Susan for teacher information on Smarter UK – the project Susan described at the TM. Susan.meikleham@glasgowsciencecentre.org
http://www.glasgowsciencecentre.org/

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