This TER Live episode presents TeachMeet Futures, held on November 15 at the University of Technology, Sydney. The webpage for the event can be found here.
This event was organised by Alice Leung, of the NSW Department of Education’s Futures Learning Unit, and aimed to showcase innovative teaching practices happening in schools.
00.00 Opening Credits
01:18 Event Opening – Alice Leung
03:56 Welcome – Shirley Alexander, UTS
11:42 Welcome – Kathleen Donohoe, Futures learning
14:03 Vatche Ansourian – Virtual Reality, Here and Now
21:09 Nigel Kuan – Class Dojo
24:40 Dr Lynda Kelly – Game Based Learning, The Voyage!
31:02 Belinda Faulkner – ‘Failure to Launch’
36:54 John Goh – Entrepeneur Learning
43:07 Laura Capney – STEM
50:48 Michael Ha – Challenge Based Learning on Sustainability
58:43 Sanija Hrncic – Open Spaces for Creativity and Collaboration
1:02:51 Ashley Hill – Teaching Human Rights
1:05:35 Maya Marcus – STEAMpunk Girls
1:11:29 Dr Bron Stuckey – Get Game Hub
1:19:43 Dr Jane Hunter – STEM
1:29:11 Simon Harper – Future of TeachMeet NSW
1:31:47 Close – Alice Leung
TER Live presents TeachMeet Science and technology, which was held at the Australian Museum in Sydney on Tuesday, the 8th of November, 2016. This event was different to the usual TeachMeet format, in that it pitted teams of teachers against each other in competition to develop lessons that included technology in a cross-curricular learning experience. The event was organised by Kathleen O’Rourke and the Macquarie University Education Society.
As part of the 2016 Vivid Sydney Festival, Intel held #GirlsInTech as part of the Vivid Ideas presentations, with research and panel discussions about girls in STEM subjects and the challenges – both personal and systemic – that need to be overcome to improve the number of women participating in tech fields such as coding and engineering.
This TER live episode presents the entire event with minimal editing.
00.00 Opening Credits & Intro
02:12 Welcome – Katie Ford – @KatherineLFord
07:57 Kate Burleigh – General Manager Intel A-NZ – @Kate_Burleigh
36:20 Research Presentation
As one of the last major TeachMeet events of 2015, TeachMeet at the House invited educators to the Sydney opera House to share examples of pedagogy and teaching practice, while looking over the views of Circular Quay.
This episode contains a selection of 6 presentations from the event, which are listed in the timecodes below.
If you’d like to know more about how to host your own TeachMeet event, visit Teachmeet.net
00.00 Opening Credits
01:29 Matt Estermann – Welcome to TeachMeet at the House
04:18 Frank Newman – Creativity and Pedagogy
13:45 Sam Schroder – The Death of the Class Novel
16:27 Henrietta Miller – Passion Projects and Blogging
22:21 Simon Crook – How to win Primary Science
24:41 Phil Cooke – Engaging 15-19 year olds
32:35 Silvia Choi – The Art of Asking
39:48 Melissa Kennedy – The School Diary is Dead
43:11 Acknowledgements and Sign Off
02:09 – Ray Fleming, Education Industry Manager with Microsoft, discussing Learning Analytics and the use of Data in Education
17:54 – John Galvin, teacher educator at OLMC Mr Pritchard in NSW, discussing Flexible Learning Spaces.
39:05 – Shane Hunt, teacher at Frankston High School in Victoria, talking about empowering students to lead their own learning.
51:47 – Dr. James Curran, Associate professor with the School of Information Technologies at the University of Sydney talks about approaches to teaching the Australian Curriculum in Digital technologies.
In this second TER Live podcast, we present a selection of recordings from Leadmeent, an Educational Leadership forum held on May 29, 2014 at NSW Parliament House. This recording features 3 presentations from Leadmeet, as well as an interview with event organiser, Michelle Hostrup, and opening remarks made by NSW Education Minister, Adrian Piccoli. Continue reading →
This special episode presents the recording of our first TER Live event, the Teachmeet BYOD Policy Forum. Panelists discuss issues relating to the development and implementation of BYOD policies in Primary and High School settings.
Currently visitng Australia from the U.S., Jim Sill and Ken Shelton, two of Google’s ‘Apps Aficionados’, will be attending the forum, and will be joining the forum to discuss apps in education. We will be cutting a few minutes of the planned 60 for BYOD, and extending the forum by 10 minutes in order to give Jim and Ken up to 20 minutes to discuss apps and answer questions.
There’s already a good crowd signed up, with over 20 people planning to stick around after for dinner, so if you’d like to come and talk tech in education with like-minded teachers, click here for full details and registration.
After almost a decade in the video and television industry, Jim Sill hung up his producer hat and embarked on a career in education. Using his industry experience, he created an award winning video production program at El Diamante High Schoolin Visalia, CA. By involving students in real world video projects, they garnered awards and recognition at the local, state, and national level. With experience producing local television and industrial videos for non-profit organizations, many of his former students now work in the industry.
As a Google Certified Teacher, Apple Distinguished Educator, Google Apps Certified Trainer and Apple Certified Trainer, Jim travels the world leading professional development workshopson topics that include Using Video for Social Change, Cinematic Narrative Techniques, Encouraging a Creative Student, Google in the Classroom and much more. Today, Jim is an Educational Technology Consultant and works with educators around the world.
Ken currently holds a M.A. in Education, with a specialization in New Media Design and Production and is a lead learner on the Google Teacher Academy. He has worked as an educator for 9 years and currently teaches technology at the Middle School level. As a part of his active involvement within the Educational Technology community, Ken is a Google Certified Teacher, an Apple Distinguished Educator, a Discovery STAR Educator, and a member of the Discovery Educator Network California Leadership Council.
Ken was also recently appointed to the California Superintendent of Public Instruction’s Educational Technology Task Force. Ken regularly gives presentations and leads workshops, many of which are hands on, covering a wide variety of educational technology, technology integration, creative expression, and instructional design topics.