#tmpompey An enjoyable evening of learning, lasers and wardrooms.

The fourth TeachMeet Pompey took place last night and I left buzzing with new ideas.  I like the non-commercial nature of the event and that new presenters felt comfortable with sharing their ideas.  Of course, the now traditional LaserQuest took place afterwards with thirteen attendees taking place (including Priory’s own DiGITAL LEADERS) before food over at Gunwharf.

Personally, I took something away from each and every presentation and it was lovely to have such a blend between primary and secondary.

Thank you so much to all of those involved, I’ve included the presentations below, with a couple of others to follow.

If you’d like your work removed, do email or tweet me.  I hope to have some of the other presentations embedded soon.

A huge thank you to the staff at Action Stations and for all those that turned up πŸ™‚

Sam Atkins: World tour of maps and Tagxedo

Rachel Jones: Play to Win

Jo Debens: Revision Games:

Becky Higgs: Edmodo “educational facebook”:

David Rogers: Curiosity Kits:

Chris Gunner, Challenge Cards:

Andy Teague: Is there such a thing as a science haiku?

There were also talks by:

Charlie Addison (or is it Deane? πŸ˜‰ about the excellent ‘Take One Picture’ Project.

Jo Payne all about developing enterprise education and baking hundreds of bread rolls – loved this

Priory School DiGITAL LEADERS who spoke about their curriculum hacking exploits.

I hope that you can make it to the next #tmpompey!.

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