Sharing the very best of ideas

Please come, take part and share your experience from your classroom

Welcome to #TMBrum. This time we are celebrating Christmas and enjoying teachers' successes this term. The evening will consist of a keynote, seminars and teacher presentations.

The very marvellous Hywel Roberts, author of Oops! Helping Children Learn Accidentally, will give the keynote address. Find out all about Hywel at his website http://www.createlearninspire.co.uk Thanks to our generous sponsors we will start the evening with a Christmas themed supper. I am pleased to announce that Martin Burrett @ICTmagic will be also be presenting.

Please sign up, take part and consider presenting your ideas from your classroom that work. Announcements on seminar themes and presenters will be released in the next few years.


Monday, Dec. 2nd 2013 at 5-9pm



For more information, visit the event page on Eventbrite.

Evening Agenda

5.15 - Arrival, Christmas Supper and network

6.00 - Keynote - The very fabulous Hywel Roberts provides our keynote

6.30 - Break out seminars on 4 different themes. Themes and presenters TBC in 2 weeks.

7 - 7.20 Christmas drinks and networking.

7.20 - 8.45 Teacher Presentations and prizes and maybe a visit from Santa!!

Seminars - Pls pick your seminar group from the following options

We are most pleased to announce the following four seminars at the teachmeet. Please read about them and use the google form to tell me which one you would to attend

Seminar 1 - Led by Brendan McGurran, VP of Bishop Challoner Catholic College Kings Heath. Brendan will be leading a session on 'Securing Progress Over Time'

Seminar 2 - Led by the Twitter legend @ictmagic and Martin will look at the latest digital learning ideas that make his lessons work.

Seminar 3 - Led by teacher and lecturer Alistair Arnott, @Alastair_Arnott who will be leading a session on how failure generates powerful learning opportunities

Seminar 4 - Led by JHNCC Digital Leaders The young leaders will showcase the opportunities for leading that they have had this year and ask the audience how they can support students taking the lead in their school.

Please make your choice in the box below

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