Tuesday, 24 March 2015

GA Conference Teachmeet

The first ever GA Conference Teachmeet precedes the Beermeet, and is going to be held in the Great Hall of the Sackville Building from 6.45pm on Friday the 10th of April.


Nibbles and refreshments are sponsored by Discover the World Education.

You can go to the website now and sign up as a lurker / spectator, or even better, sign up to do a 6 or 7 minute presentation... Tell us about something that you've tried in the classroom...

At the time of writing, these are the presentations that are 'confirmed':

1. David Rogers.  Creativity Glasses (@davidErogers)
2. Alan Parkinson. The day I met Bernard Clark (and other stories) (@GeoBlogs)
3. Jen English - Using P4C (Philosophy for Children) in Geography (@Jennnnnn_x)
4. Matt Podbury - Collaborating not Competing' - Cross curricular projects with history (&maths) @mattpodbury
5. Paul Berry. "Mr B's Magical Mystery Matrix" - Geography Smorgasbord (@unicorn4275)
6. Bob Lang. " Geography challenge board" (@BobLangGeog) 
7. Richard Allaway. "Anything invented after you're thirty-five is against the natural order of things"  (@richardallaway)
8. Jo Debens. Bill Shakespeare was a Geographer.  Literacy in Geog. (@GeoDebs)
9. Chantal Mayo-Hollaway and Sandy Patterson '10 Years of teaching Geography: where we've been and where we're going.' @CMOGeography and @sandyzpatterson
10. James Hannam - Using Technology and Gaming for Geography - @LRNMKR james@learnmaker.co.uk
11. Andy Knill - Global networking (@aknill)
12. John Sayers (@JOHNSAYERS) - Generation Mapping your community 
13. Tim Jefferis (@tjjteacher) - Collaboration, curation and doing away with paper...
14. Rebecca Willis

No comments: