What is a digital TeachMeet (or Teach Meet)?
Traditionally at TeachMeets, lots of teachers meet in one school or location to share best practice and good teaching tips in short presentations (typically no longer than 7 minutes long).
A digital TeachMeet still follows this format, but is not restricted by geography - it is more similar to a live stream where you can interact with the presenters, as we use Google Meet.
You can access our TeachMeet from anywhere in the world - all you need is an internet connection.
When is the event happening?
Thursday 6th February at 6 pm GMT. You can access the feed from 5.45 pm GMT and we will start the presentations from 6 pm after a quick intro from our host.
How long will it last for?
It should be finished by 7 pm.
How do I access?
Click this link from 5.45 pm for a 6 pm start.
You will need to use Google Chrome to access this. If you have a Google account, please be logged into it to access. If you do not have a Google account, put the URL into the bar of an incognito window.
Turn off your camera and microphone unless you are presenting - this is due to the number of people in the TeachMeet.
Who is it for?
This TeachMeet is aimed at a Primary/Middle School teachers (Reception - Year 8). However, Secondary teachers are still welcome to join.
Can I present?
Absolutely - use this form to sign up!
Can I just watch?
How long will the presentations be?
Presentations can be either 3 or 5 minutes long.
What will the presentations be on?
Anything that the presenter is interested or experienced it. It could be their top tips on behaviour, how to get pupils writing, phonics intervention sessions, how to boost confidence in Maths or ways to structure MFL sessions in Year 3 or hundreds of other potential topics!
Will there be time to discuss?
Depending on the number of speakers, there should be time for a few questions. You can ask questions using the written chat feature on Google Meet.
Will the presentations be available after the event?
Is the event free?
Can I attend part of the event?
If you only have 10 minutes, half an hour, or a whole hour, you are still very welcome to join!
I want to present - can I use a PowerPoint?
Yes - you can share your screen during your presentation.
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