Date: Saturday 3rd July 2010
Time: 5.30-6.30pm (British Summer Time)
Although I won’t be there in person, I’m delighted to be helping virtually with the facilitation of the first-ever TeachMeet Schools History Project edition! Nick Dennis, good friend and long-time collaborator, is leading the event in person.
The Schools History Project conference is the place to go for top-notch professional development and networking for History teachers in the UK. As History is widely regarded as being one of, if not the best, taught subjects in England, it’s also a very useful heads-up r.e. what’s on the educational horizon.
A TeachMeet, for those who don’t know, is an unconference where educators are given either 2 minutes or 7 minutes to talk about something that impacts classrooms. I’ve spoken at a few.
If you can’t get to TeachMeet Schools History Project edition either physically or virtually, or if it’s not strictly relevant, I’d nevertheless urge you to organize your own TeachMeet by just editing the TeachMeet wiki. They’re awesome!