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ASE TeachMeet Huddersfield University

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ASE Science TeachMeet

17:00 - 18:30 Wednesday 20th November 2013

Huddersfield University

 

  

What is a TeachMeet?

It is an informal and enjoyable gathering of those curious about teaching and learning. Anyone can share great ideas they've trialled in their classrooms, a teaching resource they love, a great website, a classroom activity - whatever you like! You can ask questions or simply turn up to soak up all the great ideas and enthusiasm.  It is about being engaged and inspired by our immediate colleagues and gaining a lot of of networking to boot!

 

What can you do?

You can just come along and be a member of the audience if you like, you can give a two minute nano-presentation on one of your favourite science teaching ideas, or you can give a seven minute micro-presentation on an aspect of classroom science teaching. You don't have to be an ASE member, but if you're not, we might try to persuade you to join! 

 

Telling Others

Please tell other science teachers about the event. If you've been to a TeachMeet before, aim to bring along someone who hasn't.

 

Where is the TeachMeet?

This event will be held at:

School of Education and Professional Development
University of Huddersfield

Canal Side
Firth Street
Huddersfield
West Yorkshire

HD1 3D(R)

Car Park on St Andrew's Road or on Queen Street South (Pay and display)

  

Tags and Twitter

Please use Twitter and other Social Media to publicise this event. We're going to use the tag #tmase - include that whenever your write or post anything about ASE Science TeachMeet

 


Sign up to deliver a five minute micro presentation:

 

Add your name and what you may talk about below. 

 

  1. Linda Needham @NeedhamL56, a fab idea from SAPs
  2.  Fiona West @fionamariawest, one way to use dramatic technique in science lessons (apologies)
  3.  Richard Needham @viciascience Students making time lapse videos to promote understanding
  4. Alastair Gittner @agittner Not sure on the topic, something dead exciting though. 
  5. Geoff Auty How to survive lessons using electric circuits (OWTTE) 
  6. Linda Needham reflecting what makes good science CPD. AKA helping me with my masters 
  7. David Wobbaka "purple for Progress " and Marking made simple
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Two minute nano presentations:

 

Add your name and what you may talk about below. 

 

  1. Riona Redfearn-  Big bang bonanza
  2.  Linda Needham - A neat idea for extension tasks
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Those coming to be inspired:

 

Add your name below:

     

  1. Sarah Lindsay 

  2. Pat Dower 

  3. Rob Butler 

  4. Liz Singleton 
  5. Uzma Sarwar 

  6. Liz Grantham 

  7. Adam Little (@secretphysicist) (Apologies) 

  8. Naveed Khan

  9. Jade Wallis

  10. Julia Cook

  11. Lizzy Ravenscoft

  12. Liz Grantham 

  13. FJRMcPhail 

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Sign Up!

If you're looking to sign up to attend or present, then add yourself to the list above (see below for how to edit this page) or e-mail Sarah Kaye on sarahkaye83@hotmail.com  

 

How to edit the page:

Click the EDIT tab at the top of this page - you'll be prompted to login.

Note that the PBwiki system has changed, so either:

  1. create a PBworks account, which is quick and simple, and login; or

  2. alternatively you can login using the limited guest account - username guest password teemhcaet

Return to this page and click the EDIT tab

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)

Click the Save button at the foot of the page...That's it!

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