In this TER Live episode, we present a recording from Teachmeet Melbourne, which took place on Monday, 22 July at Brunswick Secondary College.
00:00 Opening Credits
01:39 Opening Remarks
02:38 Steven Kolber – Making achievable teaching videos
07:52 Josh Velez – Strategies to build relationships with students
17:13 Bernadette Mercieca – The story of TeachMeet
25:34 Rebecca Russell-Saunders – Structure Strips
29:24 Ilja van Weringh – The art of digital annotation
38:20 Cassandra Lowry – Making Learning Stick
41:48 Scott McLean – Number Talks
44:49 Dr David Zyngier – Do private schools outperform public schools?
57:42 Oliver Lovell – Introduction to Dylan Wiliam’s EFA
01:06:38 Chris Vella – Content on the Cool Australia website for teachers
01:09:23 Jon Ashley – Adventures in Standards-based grading
01:20:33 Natalie White – Good Citizenship Hacks – Promoting student voice
01:29:34 Closing remarks
01:32:13 Acknowledgements & Sign Off
Flip the System Australia was published in 2018, and brings together perspectives on education policy and practice in response to issues such as increasingly top-down education reform and outside interests influencing educational policy. This episode presents content from TeachMeet Flip the System, which was held at SHORE school on 29 March, 2019, and served as an unofficial launch of the book.
From the website: “Based in the unique Australian context, this book situates Australian education policy, research and practice within the international education narrative. It argues that professionals within schools should be supported, empowered and welcomed into policy discourse, not dictated to by top-down bureaucracy. It advocates for a flipping, flattening and democratising of the education system, in Australia and around the world.”
00.00 Opening Credits
03:59 Cameron Paterson
18:57 Yasodai Selvakumaran
28:50 Kevin Lowe
43:50 Carla Gagliano
50:01 Scott Eacott
56:19 Mark Liddell
01:01:26 Corinne Campbell
01:09:51 Cameron Paterson
Main feature: This TER Live episode presents TeachMeet Woolly! Held at the Woolpack hotel in Parramatta on Tuesday, 22 August 2017.
Special thanks to Stephy Salazar for organising the event and inviting us to record and share this content.
00.000 Opening Credits
21.56 Intro – TER Live 15
01:48 Stephy Salazar – Opening of TMWooly
05:53 Tamika Worrell – Acknowledgement of Country
08:28 Kathleen O’Rourke – #twitterislife
11:54 Chantal Mamo – Building Leadership Capacity
18:05 Katie McGrory – Baptism of Fire
23:43 Greg Lee – Don’t fear the Career Changers
27:44 Betty Ploeg – It’s all about Relationsheeps
35:09 Yasodai Selvakumaran, Paul Capouski & Svetlana Sudarusic – Partnerships for Prac: Working Effectively for a Successful Collaboration
43:49 Michael Ha – Eating Meat Pies with Chopsticks
51:08 Leonie Black – Wooly Words of Wisdom
55:10 Hayley Matas – Securing Permanency!
1:02:50 Ethan Truong – Dear Founders… with love, Millennials
1:09:44 Susan Caldis – Reflection: Comforting or Uncomfortable
1:17:25 Clare Melville – The Power (and Pitfalls) of YES & NO!
1:23:44 Justin Schelle – It’s not always plain sailing as a PST
1:30:59 Sandy Nicoll – Keep on Pushing!
1:36:33 Megan Townes – STEP up to technology integration in your classroom
1:39:38 Naomi Butcher – Every child has a story to be heard
1:44:35 Brendan Mitchell – Same, same but different
1:51:54 Kenan Koparan – “Giving it a Second Go” Improving Pedagogies
1:58:15 Cameron Malcher – Don’t just do something, stand there!
2:08:17 Stephy Salazar – Final comments, event close
2:10:42 Thanks and Sign Off
This episode presents select recordings from TeachMeet House, held on May 2017 at the Sydney Opera House.
Special thanks to Andrea Stringer for organising this event and inviting us along to record these presentations.
00.00 Opening Credits
00:21 Intro – TER Live 14
01:48 Welcome to TM at the House
02:23 Frank Newman – Programs for teachers & students
13:53 Nigel Coutts – Thinking & Mathematics
19:40 Jake Little – Utilising video tutorials to maximise student work time
26:22 Phillip Cooke – What if we mix up the HSC
37:14 Michelle Jensen – Authentic learning to add value to student outcomes
45:32 Claudine Neal – #REALWORLDLEARNINGMATTERS
53:26 Kathleen O’Rourke – Professional Learning…Don’t Come Easy
1:04:04 Belinda Faulkner – Why? Soft skills
1:09:42 Stephy Salazar – Let the kids adventure
1:14:59 Yvette Lewington – Making your mark
1:19:57 Simon Crook – The dos and don’ts of doing a PhD
1:26:34 Judy Anderson – Leading change in schools through STEM education
1:34:21 Close of event
1:35:17 Thanks and Sign Off
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