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What is a TeachMeet?

A TeachMeet is an informal and gathering for those of us who are enthusiastic about teaching and who are keen to share ideas. Everyone is invited to share approaches they have trialled in their classrooms, examples of good practice, to ask questions or simply to soak up all the ideas and atmosphere.


The main point of a TeachMeet is to hear stories about learning from teachers and other education professionals. It is about being engaged and inspired by our immediate colleagues and gaining a whole bucket load of networking to boot! To work, it needs lots of people to sign up to give short presentations; a presentation can last for 5 minutes or 1 minute and can include demonstrations or visual aids as appropriate.


If you have done something exciting with one of your classes recently or if you would like to come along and watch, sign up below and come along.


When is the TeachMeet?

4th December

16:45 - 18:30


Where is the TeachMeet? 

Main Lecture Theatre

Swansea Metropolitan University




What can you do?

You can turn up and learn something new, or share something you think others would benefit from. You can chat informally over a cup of tea, or get up and present a two- or five-minute presentation.

There is no obligation to present anything, but if you are interested in attending, either as a talker or a listener, please contact Cerian Angharad (cerianangharad@ase.org.uk)


Who's presenting what?


1  Anne John  SMU Tasty numeracy for Early Years

2 Andy Goudge radioactivity, half life and excel 

3 Cerian Angharad   Clubs for counting

4 Lisa Mathiaas  Ysgol Tregib   Using cell models and choice chambers to evidence success criteria and reviewing success

5 Bev Evans (@TES_SEN, @bevevans22) - will think of something...:) 

6  Tina Crimp Nuffied Projects  and Maths Cymru





If you want to come along and just listen please list your name below

1 Martin Sykes

2Abigail Rees

3 Fiona Paton

4 Fiona Thomas @richardfiona Kings Monkton School

5  Clare Phillips XL Wales

6  Julie Samuel XL Wales

7  Jayne Thomas Halfway School Llanelli

8 Chris Davies, Coedcae School Llanelli

9 Ian Darby

10 Leanne Scrine Pontypridd High School

11 Jennifer Van-Baaren Pontypridd High School (@JVanBaaren)

 12 Alison Turner Kings Monkton School




In order to add your name please set up an account  or ask Cerian to edit the page by sending an e mail to cerianangharad@ase.org.uk

Comments (3)

Ian Darby said

at 10:38 pm on Nov 19, 2012

Cerian Angharad said

at 5:28 pm on Oct 8, 2012

Cerian Angharad said

at 11:55 am on Oct 5, 2012

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