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TeachMeet Education Show 2014

Page history last edited by Jennifer Hogan 7 years, 1 month ago

  

 

Join us on 21st March at the


NEC Birmingham


for the


Education Show Teachmeet

 

 

Travel information here

 

 

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What is TeachMeet?

 

Learn something new, be amazed, amused and enthused. This is an informal gathering of those curious about teaching and learning. Anyone can share great ideas they've trialled in their classrooms, ask important questions or simply sign up to take part in learning conversations. Education professionals from all sectors are welcome to take part.

 

The main part of TeachMeet is hearing stories about learning, from teachers. This is not an event to present about a product or theory - this is a chance for teachers from all types of establishments to hear ideas from each other. Real narratives of practice that make a difference. It is about being engaged and inspired by our immediate colleagues and a whole bucket load of networking to boot! 

 

 

Twitter

 

When you are mentioning TeachMeet Education Show 2014 whilst using Twitter please just add #TMEDSHOW somewhere in the tweet - that way it will be picked up by a Twitter search. 

 

How to edit this page

  1. If you're looking to sign up to attend, then get your free ticket from the Education Show website AND complete the Google Form below:

 

 

Organising

Helen Caldwell (@HelenCaldwel)

Sway Grantham (@SwayGrantham)

Martin Burrett (@ICTmagic)

Stacey Ramm (@Tiffybum)

 

We are delighted to welcome Tom Rees, head teacher of Simon de Senlis Primary School, Northampton as our Master of Ceremonies. 

 

Presentations

WHETHER IT IS ABOUT YOUR CLASSROOM DISPLAYS, ENCOURAGING SPEAKING AND LISTENING OR AN ENGAGING WEB TOOL, YOUR TALK MUST BE ABOUT REAL LEARNING ACTIVITIES. IT MUST BE PRACTICAL AND APPLICABLE. 

 

Use whatever presentation format you want including PowerPoint, keynote, prezi, slide rocket, 280 slides, you could just talk, show something from the web, hold up a poster or even sing a song! 

 

The important thing is that you get your message across and you will only get one minute set up time.

 

Be prepared for technical difficulties and be ready to wing it on the day! That’s what makes Teachmeet exciting! 

 

Seven minute micropresentations 

  1. Rob Smith (@redgierob) - Some swizzle about film and writing! 
  2. Dafydd Williams - Introduction to Online Exam Review - a free resource for teachers
  3. Jennifer Hogan (@Lab_13Irchester) - Lab_13 - Asking Good Questions yourprezi.pdf
  4. Lisa Stevens (@lisibo) - Using the right tool for the job.  
  5. Sue Dixon (@Thinkingchild1) - Thinking Warm ups - little and often Sue Dixon thinking warmups.pptx
  6. Pete Yeomans (@edugrinch) - A way into computing 
  7. Daniel Harvey (@danielharvey9) - Action Research in the Classroom 
  8. Adam Blackwood (@Adamrsc) - Making Use of Mobile Phones - Outside the Classroom 
  9. Kevin Hewitson (@4c3d) - Teacher's ToolkitThe Teacher’s Toolkit.pptx
  10. Cathriona Hickey - Learning Outside the Classroom
  11.  

Two minute nanopresentations

  1. Debbie Hicks -  Using the Outdoors to Inspire in Social Science Teaching 
  2. Lisa Stevens (@lisibo)- Keeping in touch 
  3. Jeet Madoolal (@jeetmadoolal) - Modelling what Success looks like
  4. Ian Pratt (@sciencelabman) - Using blendspace to deliver online CPD
  5. Greg Hughes (@deepexperience1) - Leveraging the potential of iTunes U
  6. Ray Rodgers (@SvTcherSndys)  The benefits of joined up writing for dyslexic children TeachMeet presentation Ray Rodgers.ppt
  7. Kevin Hewitson (@4c3d) - Multiplication tables and the key pad method

 

Those coming to be inspired

  1. Sarah Flanagan (@XBorderDigital
  2. Lucy Hart (@lucykhedekar)
  3. Ashlie Clarke
  4. Nikki Coe (@NikNakCoe)
  5. Bryn Llewellyn (@brynll) 
  6. Wil Baker (@MrWilBaker) 
  7. Joy Beattie 
  8. Kirsty Craven (@happyphant0m) 
  9. Rob Williams (@Robewilliams79)
  10. Stephen Connor (@StephenConnor7) 
  11. Suzanne Rule (@suzirule) 
  12.  Laura Brown
  13. Chris Ronalds (@MrCRonalds)
  14.  John Bishop (@johnbishop713)
  15.  Andrea Taylor (@SBHSMissTaylor) 
  16. Jennifer Shearer
  17. Stephen O'Donnell (@padraic_steve) 
  18. Cathy Amos-Simpson
  19. Elin Kristinsdottir (@ElinKristins) 
  20. Alison Witts (@awitts)
  21. Jon Stokes (@thinkingstokes)
  22. David Cooper (@MrDavidCooper)
  23. Jacob 
  24.  Louise Bowes-Cavanagh (@lkbc177) 
  25. Samanta Bullock (@samabullock)
  26. Rebecca Fox
  27.  Doug (@deerwood)
  28.  Jamie Barton (@Barton_jw) 
  29. Bryn Llewellyn (@tagtiv8) 

 

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