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Plymouth Education Society - SEN Teach Meet

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Learn something new; be amazed, amused and enthused!

 

The Plymouth Education Society are holding their first (of many!) Teach Meet of the new academic year. We will be focusing on the topic of Special Educational Needs. Please check out our website at http://plymedsoc.org.uk/ and sign up below!

 

What is a TeachMeet?

 

It is an informal and enjoyable gathering of those curious about and involved in teaching and learning. Anyone can share great ideas they've trialed in their classrooms, ask questions or simply turn up and soak up all the great ideas and enthusiasm. In particular, this Teach Meet focuses on Special Educational Needs and so if you have any ideas, experiences or stories that you would like to share, then sign up to talk!

 

The main part of the TeachMeet is hearing stories about learning, from teachers and other education professionals. This is a chance for education professionals to hear ideas from each other, a chance to hear real narratives of practice that makes a difference. It is about being engaged and inspired by our immediate colleagues and gaining a whole bucket load of networking to boot!  

 

When is it?

Thursday 8th November 2012

18:30 - 20:30

 

Where is it?

University of Plymouth - Rolle Building, Lecture Theatre 018

  

 

How to edit this page:

 

   1. Click the EDIT tab at the top of this page - you'll be asked 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: teachmeet

 

   3. Return to this page and click the EDIT tab

 

   4. Make your edit

 

   5. Click the Save button at the foot of the page

 

   6. That's it!

 

 

What can you do?

You can come along just to chat, listen, or meet new people. Or if you want to present there are two formats, a 7 minute micropresentation, or a 2 minute nanopresentation. Just add your name to the list below and turn up ready to speak on the day.

 

Seven minute micro presentations

Add your name and what you may talk about below. (your talk must be about experiences of work in classrooms or museums, not a corporate sales pitch). 

 

1. James Horne @22jhorne - An extended placement in a SEN school

2.  Stef Carkett - "Tales of a SENCO"  My reflections from the coat-tails of a SENCO.  

3. Jennifer Butterworth - Teaching music to Children with SEN @MissJButt

4. Lauren Haydon @lhaydon1991 - Using lego mindstorm with hearing impaired children.

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2 minute nano presentations

Add your name and what you may talk about below. (your talk must be about experiences of work in classrooms or museums, not a corporate sales pitch). 

 

1. Kelly Stone - Using Lego Wedo to enhance a childs learning experience

2. Gillian Selvey - My experience of working in a SEN school

3. Lucy Kitching - Using BeeBots as part of my SEN placement

4. Darren Burgess @NotSo_Superhero - Dyslexia and ICT (dissertation research)

5. Abi Smith - My experience of SEN

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Enthusiastic Audience

You are more than welcome to come along and just watch. There is no pressure to give a talk. If you want to attend, but don't want to give a talk then please still add your name below, so we have an idea of numbers attending.

 

1. Amy Parkin @amyparkinbed

2. Hannah Shelton @HannahSheltonTT

3. Kelly Stone @kelsto07

4. Megan Douglas  @MeganDouglas26

5. Polly Short @pollyshort

6. Georgina Keen

7. Gina Swann

8. Trudi Skinner

9. Maia Pollio

10. Lucy Kitching

11. Gillian Selvey

12. James Horne @22jhorne

13. Nathan Stuart @xnathanstuartx

14. Rosanna Gilbert @RosannaTweet10

15. Beckie Smith  @BeckieSmith3

16. Laura Di Fonzo 

17. Gemma Howard

18. Sophie Chillingworth

19. Jennifer Butterworth

20. Kerry Greehan

21. Laura Fox

22. Jamie Worsa @jamieworsa

23. Holly Dytham @HollyEDytham

24. Robert Chippett @robertchippett

25. Francesca Pay @francescapay

26. Zoe Vokes

27. Becky Luscombe

28. Melissa Brimicombe

29. Samantha Lisseman

30. Hayley Onslow @Hayley_Onslow

31. Imogen Moore

32. Amy-Louise Kinloch

33. Alec Bryant

34. John Dixon

35. Isabel Charles

36. Melissa Bramwell

37. Jade Morgan

38. Tamsin Mills

39. Tyla Elworthy

40.Maggie Godden

41.Sophy Barnett

42.Lisa Larcombe

43.Mollie Buxton

44.Lucy Youngson

45. Charlotte O'Toole

46. Jonathan Smith

47. James Radburn @mrradburn

48. Rachael Irving

49. Gina Swann

50. Donna Murray

51. Alice Anstee

52. John Steward

53. Danni Tattershall

54. Chris Carter @Studentteacher8

55. Tom Kingwell

56. Jorgie Best

57. Naomi Hancock

58. Sophie Scriven

59. Freddie Bates

60. Briony Lauren

61. Tom Bignold

 62. Emily Jenkins

63. Jennifer Butterworth

64. Ruby Painter

65. Charlotte Watson

66. April Farrell-Langer

67. Melissa Pope

68. Jenna Rose

69. Joanna Davies

70. Sophie Padfield

71. Emily Mitchell

72. Laura Pearce

73. Jason Law

74. Martyn Clow

75. Nicky Joanne

76. Beverly Jane

77. Lexi Mayo

78. Amy Marriott

79. Lizzie Porter @MissLPorter

 

 

Thanks to our wonderful and generous sponsors...

 

1. Plymouth Education Society

2. Crown House Publishing Limited - Books for our prize draw

3. Zu3D - An animation kit for the prize draw

4. Times Education Supplement TES SEN - Prize vouchers and refreshments

5. Education City - Refreshments

 

 

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