As ever, there were a range of presentations from demonstrations of exciting tools for the classroom, to sharing of successful projects with learners of many ages.
I was live blogging and live streaming the event, with the resulting posts below:
Video as a tool for collaboration, reflection and sharing of projects.
Pupils creating and sharing eBooks and the effect it has had on their writing.
A powerpoint add on for using multiple mice for competitive learning games.
A selection of interesting mini projects from the last week.
I talked about using Seth Godin’s notion of “Poke the Box” as a model for questioning in the classroom.
Using free online tools to teach skills usually reserved for high end professional image editing software.
Using ePortfolios to develop reflection with students in Higher Education.
Tips for heads on achieving ICT wins with little funds.
Using iPods to facilitate regular drip fed foreign language learning.
What privacy concerns should we be aware of when using free online tools?
This post from TeachMeet Midlands 11 sums up Mark Allen’s VLE ecosystem, which was also presented at TeachMeet Brum.
Ustream recordings of the event