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Presenters

Speakers at the 4th TeachMeet Int'l on April 20, 2013:


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Ross McGill @TeacherToolkit London/UK How has blogging dramtically enhanced my CPD?
Stephen Lockyer @mrlockyer UK The Art of Times Tables
Natasa Ljubic Klemse @NatasaLJK Bjelovar/Croatia How to educate future eTwinners
Shelly Sanchez Terrell @ShellTerrell USA Let's Conceptualize This! A Few Activities Involving Cognitive Mapping
Ana Maria Menezes @anamariacult Brazil Even Beginners can write
Lisa Stevens @lisibo Winterthur/Switzerland/Sutton Coldfield/UK Games to learn
Sonya Van Schaijik @vanschaijik New Zealand The relationship between pedagogy and student learning using ICT
Jennifer Verschoor @jenverschoor Argentina Classroom publishing
Crystal Rose
@crysrose28 Minnesota, US
Using Google Drive for Writing Workshops
Marijan Birus Croatia Curricular excursion
Alexandra Chistyakova @AlyaAlexandra Russia Extensive reading has never been easier
Cristina Silva @cristimsilva Portugal "Edmoding" with the class
Yitzha Sarwono @yitzha_sarwono Indonesia 3 ways to use Wordle in Kindergarten classroom
Emanuela Italy English lessons in a media lab
Michelle Worgan @michelleworgan Spain Food Around the World
Marijana Smolcec @mscro1 Ogulin, Croatia Developing an online project?
Tamas Lorincz @tamaslorincz Dubai (Hungary) Are you mentor yet?
Philippe Balcaen Belgium Painters and Colours without Borders
Lenka Kroupová @Lenka_Kroupova Czech Republic Sharing emotions: Using photo slideshows in the lesson
Mihaela - Loredana Rusu @loryrous Iasi /Romania Students Firms - The Best Practice
Françoise Altamura France Tam-tam: eTwinning project



Amazing line up of speakers at the Teachmeet events:

TeachMeet Regional: December 10, 2011

TeachMeet Int'l: December 17, 2011

TeachMeet Int'l: March 3, 2012

TeachMeet Regional: March 10, 2012

TeachMeet Live, Zagreb: April 21, 2012

TeachMeet Int'l: September 29, 2012

 

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Microsoft Mathematics 4.0 is great for making Maths, Physics and Chemistry easier to understand and learn. Its features enable users to perform all kinds of mathematical operations, to solve equations and inequalities, to plot graphs in 2D and 3D and to visualize abstract concepts. It contains a powerful graphing calculator which students can use instead of a handheld one. What’s more, it supports ink handwriting, so that students can write on their tablet devices by hand.  Find out more about it here:  LINK

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