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TeachMeet Perth – CfE Edition

February 7, 2010

The mighty TeachMeet rolls back into Perth on the 16th February. With a number of excellent speakers already signed up, it promises to be a great night for some extended CfE CPD and blethers with friends old and new. (Followed by the traditional TeachEat so that the blethers can carry on into the night as required!)

Just in case you don’t know what a TeachMeet is, Tim and Moby (of BrainPop fame) have all the information here:

In short, it’s an opportunity to have an informal get together, to compare notes, and to hear about some of the great practice that is going on around Scotland. The beauty of the TeachMeet format is that speakers only have 7 minutes (or 2 if they choose) so you don’t have long to wait for another idea. (What could you tell us about in such a short space of time?)

You can sign up by adding your name to the wiki, or if you prefer, you can email your details to ‘teachmeetperth [at] gmail [dot] com’ and I’ll add you to the wiki.

Places are limited, so don’t hang around. There’ll be some free nibbles and a chance for you to add your voice on the night if you wish, and I hope you will be encouraged to speak at a future event…

All the details can be found on the TeachMeet Wiki: and feel free to drop me a line at the teachmeet email (‘teachmeetperth [at] gmail [dot] com’) if you’d like more info.

I hope to see some of you in Perth on the 16th!

One Comment leave one →
  1. February 22, 2010 6:22 pm

    I was in London on the 16th, but have to tell you I feel strange when I see you talk about blethers carrying on into the night! 😉

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