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TeachMeet SLF 2014

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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 Scottish Learning Festival TeachMeet is always something special. It is usually the biggest TeachMeet in Scotland and often attracts some of the biggest names in education. It is also great fun!

 

SPONSORS

 

Our main sponsors are

 

     

 

TeachMeet SLF 2014 is also sponsored by

 

          

 

SO YOU'D LIKE TO SIGN UP FOR TEACHMEET @ SCOTTISH LEARNING FESTIVAL?

 

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If you have any problems signing-up, you can also register by emailing scot-ed@hotmail.co.uk .

 

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Wednesday 24th September 2014 from 5 for 5.30pm start - 8.00pm

 

At the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA)

Third Floor, The Optima Building, 58 Robertson Street, Glasgow, G2 8DQ

 

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THE MAIN EVENT

 

You can talk about anything that has inspired you or is working well in class. Your focus could be a tool, strategy or topic, or some enquiry or collaboration you were/are involved in.

 

The one rule here is NO SELLING.

 

Let's also agree not to cause any PowerPoint-induced comas. And remember, technology may not always be your friend. Set up time is one minute for each presentation.

 

You do not have to present anything, you can always be an Enthusiastic Lurker (TeachMeet speak for attendee!)

 

The rough outline for the night is below. All timings will be sorted out nearer the time!

 

Compère: Ian Stuart

 

Nibbles and refreshments, then introduction

7-minute micropresentations & 2-minute nanopresentations

Round table workshops / discussions

 

Prize draw, courtesy of Easy Read Time Teacher

7-minute micropresentations & 2-minute nanopresentations

Wrap-up

 

Optional: 8.15pm - late TeachEat @ Aria Café Bar on Hope Street


 

Seven-minute micropresentations

 

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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.

 

If it is online please add links to your presentation or work to the title (this will speed things up on the night).

 

 

Add your name and what you may talk about below.

 

No Who What
1 Kate Farrell (@Digitalkatie)

Digital Creativity - how to support more teachers to do computing, ICT and digital making activities in class

2 Pauline Sutton
The SCQFfold resource
3 Sareta Puri
Using film in the classroom 
4 Carol and Sheila  Improving our Classrooms
5  Andrew James
Four sources of copyright-cleared content for classrooms 
6  Charlie Love
 Google Earth to Serious Games

 


 

Two-minute nanopresentations

 

 

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.

 

If it is online please add links to your presentation or work to the title (this will speed things up on the night).

 

 

Add your name to the table and what you may talk about below.

 

No.  Who  What 
1.  David Noble  Saltire Awards
2.  Annette Iafrate  QuickKey app
3.  Rob Mackay  Behaviour Policies 
4.  Lynne Jones (@MissJ0nes) Pedagoo Primary at a TeachMeet - what's that about?
5. John Heffernan @johnmayo  Digital Public Library of America & Europeana - Digital collections portals 

 

Who Gets To Speak?

 

Name Generator : All speakers on the night are selected using a random name generator.

 

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Round table workshops/discussions

 

Table 1: How can we help more teachers to use Computing and Digital creativity activities in Primary schools in your area?

 

Table 2: How can we help more teachers to engage with professional networks for collaboration and support?

 

Table 3: How to create a digital audio file using Audacity

 

Table 4: 

 

Table 5: 

 

Table 6: 

 

One person from each table will capture the workshop in the form of text, images, video or audio. These will later be shared via the TeachMeet SLF 2014 website.

 

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Attendees, including Enthusiastic Lurkers!

 

Add your name:

 
If you add * next to your name, below, you are entitled to free taxi transport between the front door of the SECC and TeachMeet. One Glasgow Taxis 'Hackney cab' is booked for 4.55pm (quote "TMone"), 5.05pm (quote "TMtwo") and 5.15pm (quote "TMthree"). The journey takes less than 10 minutes.

 


  1. David Noble, @parslad
  2. Kate Farrell, @Digitalkatie 
  3. John Sexton @MrSMathsWizard 
  4. Kenny Pieper @kennypieper 
  5. Jackie Sangster*  @Scranlife 
  6. Pauline Sutton, SCQF 
  7. [EIS representative] 
  8. Sareta Puri, Into Film
  9. Jo Spence, Into Film
  10. David McNulty @_davidmcnulty 
  11. Carol Frazer 
  12. Keira Finlayson @KeiraFinlayson
  13. Lorraine Izzett 
  14. Sheila Mackenzie 
  15. Rachael Ewing-Day 
  16. Eileen Bouse  
  17. James McNaught 
  18. Charlie Love (@charlie_love) - arriving 6.30pm approx
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  20. Iain Hallahan (@don_iain)
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  22. Graham Henderson (@grahamhenders83)  
  23. Jim Mclean @jimmclean1
  24. Ian Stuart @IanStuart66 * 
  25. Annette Iafrate
  26. Alexander Johnston @Mr_AlexJohnston 
  27. Rob Mackay*   
  28. Drew Burrett (@drewburrett
  29. Diane Grant
  30. Charlotte Malloy 
  31. Kenneth McLaughlin @ICT_Echo
  32. Colin Duncan @tipsforbm
  33. Helen Howard 
  34. John Heffernan @johnmayo 
  35. Struan Gardner 
  36. Alan Gillespie* @afjgillepsie 
  37. Sheila Waddell 
  38. William Turner @glasgow3000 
  39. Lynne Jones @MissJ0nes 
  40. Robert Drummond (@robertd1981)
  41. Moira Macdonald ** 
  42. Alison McCloy @apmmy92 
  43. Andrew James * (@Scranlife) 
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TEACHEAT

 

Typically, after a TeachMeet a number of participants go out for a bite to eat. Everyone is welcome and for many it is an important part of the evening.

 

TeachEat takes place at Aria Café Bar on Hope Street, a four-minute walk from The Optima. Upon arrival, you will be treated to one alcoholic drink (beer or wine) or soft drink, and either burger (various, including vegetarian) and chips, pizza, or pakora.

 

Who's eating?

 

Please add you name below if you intend to TeachEat:

 

  1. Kate Farrell @digitalkatie  
  2. David Noble  
  3. John Sexton 
  4. Pauline Sutton 
  5. David McNulty @_davidmcnulty 
  6. Carol Frazer 
  7. Keira Finlayson @KeiraFinlayson
  8. Lorraine Izzett 
  9. Sheila Mackenzie 
  10. Rachael Ewing-Day 
  11. Eileen Bouse  
  12. James McNaught 
  13.  
  14. Jim Mclean 
  15. Ian Stuart  
  16. Annette Iafrate 
  17. Helen Howard 
  18. John Heffernan 
  19. Struan Gardner   
  20. Sheila Waddell 
  21. William Turner @glasgow3000 
  22. Moira Macdonald 
  23. Drew Burrett 
  24. Charlie Love   
  25. Andrew James 
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Listen online

 

If you cannot make it in person, we will be streaming parts of the evening live on Radio Edutalk at http://edutalk.info/listen. 

 

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TWITTER & TAGS

 

When you are mentioning TeachMeet @ SLF 2014 whilst using Twitter, please add #TMSLF14 somewhere in the tweet. That way it will be picked up by a Twitter search.

 

#TMSLF14

 

You can see what is being said on Twitter about #TMSLF14 right now by clicking here.

 

Comments (2)

Drew Burrett said

at 1:51 pm on Sep 23, 2014

Click on the 'Edit' tab at the top of the page and add you name to the list. Don't forget to save!

Moira Macdonald said

at 4:18 pm on Sep 19, 2014

There is no link operating to join the SLF teachmeeet on Wed 24th Sept. Advise please?

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