I really enjoyed meeting new people and hearing them share their work yesterday at the first TeachMeet in Brisbane.
Steve Box (@wholeboxndice) hosted the TeachMeet at Moreton Bay Boys College (thanks Steve!):
I presented a 7 minute pecha kucha on how to construct ‘fair’ assessment when using project-based learning (PBL).
My presentation included shout-outs to @BiancaH80 @malynmawby @Vormamim and @benpaddlesjones who are some of the wonderful people that have tweeted around ideas with me on my PBL journey. It was the first time I presented a pecha kucha and adhered strictly to all the rules! Making cards to help me stick to the topic helped a lot (something I haven’t done since school tbh):
If you’d like to check them out I’ve put the slides up on slideshare. I hope that showing these resources helps future TeachMeeters plan their Pecha Kuchas – I loved the mode of presenting and highly recommend it!
Congratulations to TeachMeet Sydney on their WORLD RECORD ATTEMPT tonight! I hope the next #TMBrisbane event at the State Library of Queensland will be able to be video streamed online like #TMSydney was tonight, I had a ball watching along and tweeting with everyone from home 🙂
#1 by Steve Box (@wholeboxndice) on March 3, 2012 - 12:43 am
Was a delight to have you present and share in #tmbrisbane. Enjoyed the experience and motivated for even better next time! Thanks for rocking your Pecha Kucha prowess too!
#2 by Kay Cantwell on March 5, 2012 - 10:20 am
Your Pecha Kucha rocked! Your students are fortunate to have a passionate and creative teacher.
#3 by kmcg2375 on March 19, 2012 - 2:07 pm
Thanks for your kind words 🙂
Looking forward to seeing everyone again at the next #TMBrisbane at the State Library. Thanks for volunteering to host the next one SLQ, you rock!