#SLTeachMeet

#SLTeachMeet  at  #BELMAS2015

#SLTeachMeet

#SLTeachMeet

‘Democracy: Time for Renewal or Retreat in Educational Leadership’

… Building the bridge between academic research and classroom practice …

Saturday 11th July 2015

2pm  – 3.30pm

Full BELMAS programme here. The TeachMeet is a FREE event.

Read what happened at SLTeachMeet here: 2012 and 2013 and 2014.

@SLTeachMeet BELMAS

What is #SLTeachMeet?

A TeachMeet is an informal gathering of educators who are taking CPD into their own hands. A TeachMeet is organised for those who want to listen to inspiring teachers who do amazing things in their classrooms every day. It is also an opportunity to network, share ideas and join in a growing community of Teachers on Twitter across various regions.

Why Attend?

Learn something new, be amazed, amused and inspired! Anyone can share interesting, useful or innovative ideas in a 6 minute presentation. Presentations can be on any educational topic and about subjects, innovation, strategy or day-to-day work across the school leadership. It really is the best CPD there is and it’s free!

How Does It Work?

You can simply turn up and watch the presentations, get involved with the online discussion on Twitter, using the #SLTeachMeet hashtag, or be brave and present and share a 6 minute presentation. Make sure you sign up for a ticket below and/or sign up to present your topic.

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Your Hosts:

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Sponsored by:

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at Wokefield Park, Reading, Berkshire. RG7 3AE

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Come for the whole weekend?

Become a BELMAS member for free and sign up for a non-residential package?

Attending the TeachMeet is FREE and is part of the BELMAS Conference weekend; even if you do not attend the conference.

Full details are on the website under the Register Tab.

BELMAS Conference

Venue/Address:

#SLTeachMeet (5) 
Wokefield Park
Reading
Berkshire
RG7 3AE

Saturday 11th July 2014 (2pm – 3.30pm).
The PBworks holding-page for SLTeachMeet is here (to be updated)

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Tickets please!

A ticket to great training?

Click here!

Want to present?

Sign up if you’re presenting by adding your name, Twitter name and the topic you would like to talk about  by accessing the form below. This will automatically contact @TeacherToolkit. The presenters will be curated (in an order) as shown below… and on the day, each presenter will have 6 minutes. If the presenters talk for too long, a cuddly toy will be thrown at you (it’s tradition!).

Presentation Rules

  • You can use whatever presentation format you want including a sing-song or do something different?
  • 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! That’s what makes TeachMeet exciting!
  • If your examples are online please add links to your presentation or work to the title (this will speed things up on the night)
Six-minute presentations:
1. @orlaithwilliams - Title of presentation: Raising standards through self evaluation.
2. @TeacherToolkit - What are the barriers that deter teachers accessing academic research?
Q & A session
3. @chrishildrew - Title of presentation: The Prospect of Headship.
4. @LCLL_Director - Title of presentation: Researchers and practitioners: stronger together - a third space.
5. @DrGaryJones - Title of presentation: Embedding evidence-informed teacher inquiry.
Short break

6. @keywordsenglish - Title of presentation: A research-based approach to literacy and mEducation
7. @robcampbe11 - Title of presentation: Ethical labour - it's, well, labouring ethically.
8. @chrysalisleader - Title of presentation: Building Resilience for School Leadership.
Q & A session
9. @chocotzar - Title of presentation: Women Leaders Conference.
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#SLTeachMeet Terms of Reference are here and on the video.
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Join the senior leaderhip debate, every Sunday at 8pm – #SLTchat

The hashtag #SLTeachMeet is born…24.10.12 – co-founded with @MrLockyer – as a result of @SLTchat

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Past Events:

2014:

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2013:

2012:

Our Vision:

Discussion

26 thoughts on “#SLTeachMeet

  1. Would find such an event really useful. Sharing practice, an environment of openess and honesty is always good!

    Posted by chris | October 24, 2012, 9:17 PM
  2. Would be brilliant. Can offer a school in Coventry!

    Posted by Ann Kaminski | October 27, 2012, 11:13 PM
  3. Such a fab idea. It would be lovely to meet the people who share such brilliant nuggets of information.

    Posted by Cherryl Drabble | October 27, 2012, 11:17 PM
  4. I am in Northern Ireland but very happy to be involved remotely to help learn from others. Relatively new to Headship and keen to learn.

    Posted by he4therwat5on | October 28, 2012, 12:40 PM
  5. I’ll hope to be there but depends on how far from the north east it is. Why not all come to Newcastle?!

    Posted by cooksond | October 28, 2012, 12:52 PM
  6. Sounds great. I could offer a school,in Liverpool …

    Posted by Catherine Chapman | October 29, 2012, 3:07 AM
  7. Looking forward to it already.

    Posted by James Clayton | October 30, 2012, 7:22 PM
  8. Hi…Deputy Principal in ESF school inHong Kong- would be very interested in doing a six minute presentation at your Edinburgh meet in July.Centred around increasing achievement anxiety disorder and our response in a very high attaining school set within a very demanding collectivist culture backdrop. Perhaps shows an international flavour and helps to reinforce that kids are kids are kids…and their needs are really not that different the world over…my name is Mark Healy and my email is mhealy@mail.sis.edu.hk and twitter is @cijane02…if this lands well in any way, please feel free to contract…best wishes..Mark

    PS.. Also very keen to start up dialogue with head prefect teams to further widen the appreciation to my students of what the world looks like…paint a narrative that enriches their own experiences.”..little sheltered they are might master Joda say…”

    Posted by Mark Healy | March 26, 2013, 2:07 AM

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