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9 February project meeting

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This page will pull together information on 9 February project meeting which will help the teachers from participating schools develop the case studies. During January, the team will use this page to prepare for the meeting.



Title  Content description  File type  Date added
Mapping the schools Our ideas for developing a matrix of themes and issues emerging from the school visits in January pbwiki page 1 Feb 2012
Planning meeting  Agenda for the 3rd February planning meeting (12:00, Unit 6, Science Park)  pbwiki page  1 Feb 2012 



Draft agenda for 9 Feb meeting

(the venue will be the Crucible55 Norfolk St, S1 1DA).  Register for the event can be found here.


space for teachers to talk re: projects

questions to ask:



Time Activity

9:45 arrival 

Teas and coffees (for a 10:00 start)


Project update


Space for teachers to present their case studies*
11:15-11:30 Coffee break


Space for teachers to present their case studies




Presentation from Richard Johnson re: "project voices" installation and a demo of Brushes app (the app is related to Mundella's involvement with SCF - more info to be added - but could be useful to other schools as well)

14:00-14:45 Putting together case studies: exploring openness (issues related to OERs - copyright, technical etc.)




Next steps for the project: dissemination, training, follow-up visits etc.

OR: 15:30-16:00 - Julia Gillen has a free slot then, she could "listen in"?  


Key questions/issues:

- our question/prompt to the teachers: what's stopping you from doing what you really want to do?

- looking for synergies across different case studies

- in terms of mapping, think re: communities/identities




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