#TMNSL OCTOBER 2014
Thank you to everyone who moved mountains to attend our teachmeet on the last day of an 8 week term – you are all super-human!
It was a remarkable evening that challenged people to think and question the term ‘effective teaching.’
Thank you to the keynote speakers David and Mark and to all the remarkable people who gave up their time to run amazing workshops!
Looking forward to the next one!
#TMNSL THURSDAY 23RD OCTOBER 2014. Register from 16:45.
October 23rd 2014 Teach-meet Schedule:
17:15 – 17:55 – Registration | Goody bags | Food | Networking
17:55 – Introduction: @mrocallaghanedu
18:00 – 18:35 – Keynote: @learningspy
18: 45 – 19:35 – Workshops
19:35 – 19:45 – Break | Networking
19:45 – 19:50 – Raffle prizes
19:50 – 20:10 – 3 minute ‘Quick win’ presentations from teachers
20:10 – 20:30 – Plenary: @ictevangelist
Award winning educational blogger. Author. Provocateur. Speaker.
After 15 years as a teacher, in which he led two English departments and was an Assistant Head, David is now a freelance trainer, education consultant, conference speaker, provocateur and writer. He writes the blog The Learning Spy and is also the author of the best-selling, The Perfect English Lesson and The Secret of Literacy.
“David Didau`s book is everything a book about the work of teaching should be: clear-eyed, lively, wise, and funny. Written by a front-line practitioner of the craft.”
Doug Lemov, Managing Director, Teach Like a Champion Team
An assistant head teacher responsible for e-learning, award winning blogger and Apple Distinguished Educator, Mark’s philosophy is that learning technologies are a means by which learning can be enhanced for all, regardless of the classroom, the teacher and the learner. But you do need to do it right.
Through his online presence, his public appearances and his book, Perfect ICT Every Lesson, Mark has a growing reputation for being the man you most need to work with when it comes to ensuring the money and effort you put into your technology project actually make a difference to the learning.
#TMNSL March 2014.
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