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#TMLondon Wednesday 23rd March 2016, 6-8.30pm hosts @TeacherToolkit @ActionJackson @ASTSupportAAli @BennieKara @DiLeed @ICTEvangelist @ictmagic @iTeachRE @ICTMagic

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“This could simply be, the greatest teacher-led CPD event, ever!TeachMeet LondonWednesday 23rd March 2016

#TMLondon

at

Quintin Kynaston School 

NW8 0NL
(There is no parking. Nearest tube; St Johns Wood.)

Interested in #TMLondon? re-blogged with kind permission from @teachertoolkit

  • Where? Hosted by Quintin Kynaston, NW8 0NL
  • When? Wednesday 23rd March 2016
  • Time? Arrive from 5pm for a 6pm start; expected end at 8.30pm
  • Directions? Nearest tube is St. John’s Wood (there is no parking on-site.)

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What is #TMLondon?

A TeachMeet is an informal gathering of educators who are taking CPD into their own hands. A TeachMeet is organised for those who want to listen to inspiring teachers who do amazing things in their classrooms every day.

Why attend?

Learn something new, be amazed, amused and inspired! Anyone can share interesting, useful or innovative ideas in a 3 or 6 minute presentations. Presentations can be on any educational topic and about subjects, innovation, strategy or day-to-day work across the curriculum. It really is the best CPD there is and it’s free!

How does it work?

You can simply turn up and watch the presentations, or get involved from home by following the online discussion on Twitter, using the #TMLondon hashtag.

For more info click here to book a ticket

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Author: TeachAldenham

Online profile of TeachAldenham, Aldenham School Teaching and Learning Group. teachaldenham.wordpress.com Find us on twitter @teachaldenham

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