TER Live – Teachmeet Melbourne @ Kew HS

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This TER Live episode brings you a recording of presentations from Teachmeet Melbourne, held at Kew High School on March 13.

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00:00 Statement about teachers during pandemic
02:44 Opening Credits
03:17 Intro
04:20 Event Introduction
06:02 Lucas Walsh – Teaching for Uncertainty
17:39 Steven Kolber – From where the mentors, from where the mentees
24:48 David Zyngier – Ending public funding for private schools
35:05 Monique Dalli – Surviving and thriving in your early career
44:58 Bernadette Mercieca – The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly World of Mentors
53:35 Olivier Elzingre – Teacher Training
01:01:41 Wendy Kenbeek – Teacher Wellbeing
01:14:35 Closing comments – Steven Kolber
01:17:05 Sign Off

TER Live – Teachmeet: Evidence

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This TER Live episode presents Teachmeet: Evidence, which was held on November 8th at the Melbourne campus of the Australian Catholic University, and was organised by Steven Kolber.

00:00.000 Opening Credits
00:34 Intro
01:42 Steven Kolber – Introduction
04:12 Olivier Elzingre – Trusting your evidence
16:09 Ollie Lovell – An activity!
21:10 Michaela Epstein – What evidence doesn’t show us
30:05 Narelle Furminger – Metalanguage in Spelling-a whole school approach
42:19 Carolyn Newall – The myth of teacher-proof learning
50:18 George Lilley – Why do evidence summaries contradict one another
01:14:36 Sign Off

TER Live – Teachmeet ‘The Year That Was’

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This final episode for 2019 brings you a recording of Teachmeet “The Year That Was”, held on 13 December at Brunswick Secondary College.

00:00 Opening Credits
00:34 Intro
02:14 Steven Kolber – Going fast and slow
10:24 George Lilley – The further demise of teacher agency and expertise
20:25 Carolyn Newall – The year of returning to the base
28:25 Scott Ho – Teacher as scientist
37:03 Rebecca Russell-Saunders – Retrieval practice, spacing and total participation
49:15 Marten Koomen – How too much PD can kill a career
01:00:40 Olivier Elzingre – Binaries in education
01:11:02 Ilja Van Weringh
01:12:44 Shereen D’Souza – Twitter as PD
01:15:37 Courtney Crawford – Finding your context
01:21:36 Closing Comments

Bonus content: Heulwen Sweet – Building vocabulary

TER Live – Teachmeet Brisbane

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00:00 Opening Credits

00:34 Intro

01:27 Steven Kolber – Online Professional Development for Teachers

06:17 Jon Bergmann – The Two-Sigma problem

09:42 Courtney Crawford – Low stakes butcher’s paper activities

19:42 Steve Crapnell – Mastery Learning & Academic Care

26:52 Laurie Wilson – Using Minecraft to encourage student agency

42:51 Karen Caswell – Spark Empathy: using literature & Twitter to explore empathy with learners

54:27 Shawtima Rakowsky – Don’t reinvent the wheel, steal it!

01:01:01 Dan Oliver – Coaching (classroom and leadership)

01:09:28 Ben Paparoulas – Digital Technologies: No computer necessary

01:19:16 Pete Whiting – My accidental book club

01:29:13 Michael Ha – An International Festival of Learning

01:39:55 Acknowledgements and Sign Off

TER Live – Teachmeet @ National Education Summit, Melbourne

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In this TER Live special episode, we bring you a recording of the Teachmeet event held as part of the National Education Summit in Melbourne on 31 August, 2019. The Teachmeet was organised by Steven Kolber and Josh Velez.

00:00 Opening Credits
00:34 Intro
01:28 Steven Kolber – Global threats to teaching
09:58 Josh Velez – Student Voice in Inquiry
18:53 Carolyn Newall – Different platforms of Tech
25:28 Michelle Borderick – What makes good Maths GREAT
34:03 Lynne Telfer – Breaking the Blocks, Minecraft as a communication medium
46:01 Brandon Friedman – Students and sexting
59:43 James Tregonning – Reading Video Games
01:10:00 David Zyngier – What is student engagement? How do we make it happen?
01:21:02 Closing remarks

TER Live – Teachmeet Melbourne

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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
00:34 Intro
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

TER Live – TeachMeet Flip the System

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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.”

Timecodes:

00.00 Opening Credits
00:33 Intro
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