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A Brief History of TeachMeets
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History of TeachMeets
It's a cuddly toy...
TeachMeets developed from humble beginnings...
The first Teachmeet was in Scotland in
This is the very first TeachMeet
... and yes... it was held in a pub.
TeachMeets had spread across the country and had 100s of participants.
300 educators attended TM BETT in London, with 100s more on the waiting list.
Many TeachMeet traditions have developed...
Speak for too long and risk being hit by a camel or other cuddly toys.
At a TeachMeet it is not rude to tap away on your mobile during presentations.
Use Twitter to ask questions, interact and share your thoughts.
This is know as the back channel.
Organise your own TeachMeet
You just need a venue, teachers with things to share...
and a camel.
Get help and advice from some TM veterans.
We are indebted to Ewan McIntosh @ewanmcintosh who originated the idea.