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Music Teachmeet @ Fred Longworth High School, Manchester

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Music Teachmeet @ Fred Longworth High School 

Printshop Lane, Tyldesley, Manchester, M29 6JN

Tuesday 2nd July 2013: 5-8pm (for satnav use M46 9BH) 

 

 

Fred Longworth Music Specific TeachMeet 2013 - sponsored by Musical Futures

A TeachMeet is an informal gathering of like-minded teachers coming together to present to, and learn from one and others classroom practice including practical innovations and personal insights in teaching. Participants volunteer to demonstrate good practice they've delivered over the past year, or discuss a product that enhances classroom practice. TeachMeet events are open to all and do not charge an entry fee. For further information on TeachMeets watch this video. Everyone welcome - however this will be a music specific evening for the benefit of music staff to share ideas for both practical and examination music delivery ideas and innovations.

 

Twitter

You can see what's being said on Twitter about this TeachMeet by following the #mfteachmeet hashtag.

 

Date

Tuesday 11th June 2013

 

Venue

Fred Longworth High School

Printshop Lane

Tyldesley

Manchester

M29 JN (for satnav use M46 9BH)

 

 

Timings

5.00pm - Warm up - Arrive - Refreshments

5:30 - First half

6:30 - Half time- Discussion / Networking Break / Learning Conversations / Chippy Tea!

7.00 - Second half

7.45 - Final whistle

 

Facilities

Windows Laptop

Apple Mac's with Garageband and Logic Pro

Large Screen Projector

Live twitter feed update: use #mfteachmeet

Chippy Tea and liquid refreshments

 

Organiser

Martin Ainscough - AinscoughM@flhs.wigan.sch.uk

 

7 Minute Micro Presentations

1. Helen Robinson - Informal Learning with Year 7

2. Andy Longden - Livin On A Prayer - Harmonies & Acapella singing

3. James Emberley - Using Wordpress to make learning relevant outside the classroom

4. Beverley Harrison - #mfpilot2013

5. Catherine Preston - Flow Experience in the Music Classroom

6. Rick Asbury - Improvisation in the classroom

7. Tim Dykes - GCSE Exam Boards

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2 Minute Nano Presentations

1. Salma Alam-Naylor - Music Literacy

2. Lucy Dalton - GCSE Treasure Hunt

3. Martin Ainscough - Staying connected with Twitter

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Half time Learning Conversations

At recent TeachMeets, not everybody who wished to present has been able to present. Similarly, not everybody wishes to perform. So .... instead of doing a presentation, would you like to lead a conversation on a topic that's currently close to your heart? Perhaps it's an area where you have more questions than answers? We'll make space for these learning conversations to take place. Sign up below if you'd like to lead a conversation.

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Enthusiastic Lurkers

If you don’t want to present but you’d like to come along for some networking and ideas, please sign up below!

1.Geraldine Oldfield (St Peters)

2. Yvonne Scragg (Abbey Hill)

3. Gemma Hannaford (All Hallows) 

4. Rachel Johnson (Calder High)

5. Kath Asbury (Walkden High)

7. Richard Lord (Wardle High School)

8. Jules Kent

9. Matt Hindle

10. Kathryn Dawson

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Directions

Link to school location

MP3 download

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