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TMBrock - The Right Learning Ingredients

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TMBrock - The Right Learning Ingredients

21st November 2012

5.30pm for 6pm - 9pm


TeachMeet Brock is designed to be a fun, inspirational evening of all levels of education professionals getting together to share good practice. We are aiming for all levels of teaching to be represented at the event.


We'd love for you to share ideas that have worked for you in your classrooms, ask questions and meet other enthusiastic teachers.


Keynote Speaker - David Fawcett

Our Keynote speaker for the night is David Fawcett, traditionally a PE teacher by trade, now a 'Learning Innovator' who has been working in a Southampton secondary school for 8 years. David's role includes additional responsibility with the focus of teaching and learning with both staff and students. He has been part of a number of successful drives and initiatives to develop teaching and learning within the classroom and adopted across the whole school. Leader and presenter of various staff seminars, INSET and CPD sessions. David has a passion for developing confident, competent and resilient learners and is the lead teacher and designer of the schools successful Learning to Learn course. A regular blogger with regard to teaching and learning, his blog reflects and shares ideas on current practice, general teaching, Learning to Learn and SOLO taxonomy. Found on twitter as @davidfawcett27


Where are we?

Brockenhurst College

Lyndhurst Road


SO42 7ZE


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When you are mentioning TeachMeet Brock whilst using Twitter please just add #TMBrock somewhere in the tweet - that way it will be picked up by a Twitter search.


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How to edit this page

  1. If you're looking to sign up to attend, then add yourself to the list below. If you also 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:
    1. create a PBworks account, which is quick and simple, and login;
  4. Return to this page and click the EDIT tab
  5. Add your name to the bottom of the appropriate 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!
  8. If it doesn't want to work then please email edudley@brock.ac.uk or tweet @lizdudley and I'll add you to the list.


Organiser contact

  • Liz Dudley @lizdudley or edudley@brock.ac.uk


What can you do?

You can come along to chat, listen, or meet new people. Or if you want to present there are two formats, a 5 minute micropresentation, or a 1 minute nanopresentation. Just add your name to the list below and turn up ready to speak on the night. If you're planning on presenting, please pass your presentation to edudley@brock.ac.uk a few days before the event.


Five minute micro presentations

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

1 presentation per person please


1. Shaun Riches - Raising Boys' Achievement (@riches50)

2. David Doherty - Questioning (@dockers_hoops)

3. Julia Skinner @theheadsoffice - 100 Word Challenge - Improving writing through blogging

4. Alexa Phillips - Using iPad apps with AIL students.

5. Jill Rogers - Brockenhurst College.

6. Nicke Edge - Learning Conversations

7. Hazel Ruck - using EBeams to enhance Teaching and Learning. Brockenhurst College

8. David Fawcett - Fact in Fiction Writing Tasks.

9. Mat Pullen - Literacy in sport for beginners

10. Frances Andrews - Using Learning Platforms to Aid Teaching in the Classroom

11. Mark Anderson - The Right Ingredients (@ICTEvangelist)

12. Paul Emecz - Prezi



2 minute, nanopresentations

Add your name and what you may talk about below. (Your talk must be about 1 cool thing you have found that works or not in classrooms, not a corporate sales pitch).

1 presentation per person please.


1. Liz Dudley - Do we know our subject too well?

2. Alex Bellars - Visualisers

3. Jennifer Ludgate - Mountbatten School (@MissJLud) - FAQ

4. Claire Myers - Richard Taunton Sixth Form College (@myersclaire)








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. Liz Dudley - Brockenhurst College (@lizdudley)

2. David Fawcett - Brookfield Community School (@davidfawcett27)

3. Shaun Riches - Brookfield Community School (@riches50)

4. Matt Pullen - City Academy Bristol

5. Claire Myers - Richard Taunton Sixth Form College (@myersclaire)

6. Jennifer Ludgate - Mountbatten School (@MissJLud)

7. Alyson Egerton - @AlysonEgerton

8. Julia Skinner - @TheHeadsOffice

9. Alex Bellars - @bellaale - Ballard School

10. Amy Hughes - Avonbourne School

11. Michelle Betteridge-Hanson - Bournemouth Collegiate School

12. Nicke Edge - Mountbatten School

13. Georgie Hough - Arnewood School

14. Alex Reece - Arnewood School

15. Jill Rogers - Brockenhurst College

16. Hazel Ruck - Brockenhurst College

17. Teresa.Barton@poole.gov.uk  SkillS&Learning Bournemouth and Poole

18. Nicola Borley - Corfe Hills School

19. Michael Whiteside - Mountbatten School

20. Mat Pullen - @mat6453 City Academy, Bristol

21. Joanna Scott - @JoannaScott9

22. Jane Hunt

23. Kate Forbes - The Bourne Academy

24. Rachel Hayward - The Bourne Academy

25. Andy Jones - Eastleigh College

26. Alan Head - Eastleigh College

27. Ollie England - Brockenhurst College

28. Rachel Hughes - Brockenhurst College

29. Alex Scott - Brockenhurst College

30. Jona Turner - Brockenhurst College

31. Alexa Phillips - Brockenhurst College

32. Naomi White - Poole High School

33. Chris White - Poole High School

34. Cathy MacArthur - Brockenhurst College

35. Mandy Hassall - Brockenhurst College

36. Julia Skinner @theheadsoffice

37. Tania Lovett - Brockenhurst College

38. Ian Blows - Brockenhurst College

39. Paul Emecz - Arnewood School @Emecz

40. Wendy Shemmell - Brockenhurst College

41. Ann Johnson - Brockenhurst College

42. Joy Bailey - Brockenhurst College

43. Lynn England - Brockenhurst College

44. Catherine Bellars - Ballard School

45. Lisa Bell - Brockenhurst College

46. Suzanne Cray - Carter Community School, Poole

47. Sandy Latham - Brockenhurst College

48. Lisa Northey-Dennis - Brockenhurst College

49. Dan Beale - South Downs College

50. Yvonne Elliott - South Downs College

51. Rachel Taylor Hamilton - Brockenhurst College

52. Tom Hamilton - Brockenhurst College






Please feel free to add yourself to the list. 








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