Lynne Jones on #EnquiryMeet.
Recording from the second half of TMSLF14. Show notes to follow.
Recording from the first half of TMSLF14.
Not in the order they spoke:
- Pauline Sutton The SCQFfold resource: SCQFfold for Learning | SCQF
- Sareta Puri Using film in the classroom. FILMCLUB – Home
- Carol and Sheila Improving our Classrooms. Professional recognition award for teachers – Glasgow City Council
- Andrew James Four sources of copyright-cleared content for classrooms: Scotland on Screen, Languages on Screen, Screening Shorts & Books For All Scotland database
- David Noble Saltire Awards
- Lynne Jones (@MissJ0nes) Pedagoo Primary at a TeachMeet – what’s that about?
TeachMeet Languages Glasgow (#TMLangsGlas13) was held on Friday 1st November 2013 in the Confucius Classroom at the University of Strathclyde.
The event was generously sponsored by SALT, Scottish Association of Language Teaching and the presentations will be available for download from the website, www.saltlangs.org.uk.
On the night, presentations came in the following order:
- ‘Chinese at your fingertips’ by Meryl James, Senior Professional Development Officer, SCILT Scotland’s National Centre for Languages
- ‘Short films in ML’ by Lynne Jones, Primary Teacher, West Lothian on secondment to SCILT (referring to www.languagesonscreen.org.uk; www.screeningshorts.org.uk; www.goethe.de/filmschule)
- ‘Culture in Blooms’. Using Bloom’s taxonomy to develop differentiated tasks on culture for learners so they understand why they are learning a language.’ By Paul Cassidy, Primary Teacher, Glasgow
- ‘How to join the best staffroom in the world – the rise and rise of the MFL twitterati’ by Joe Dale, ML and tech consultant, TES mfl guru
- ‘Engaging language learners using interactive games and activities’ by William Turner, Glasgow City Council (referring to http://www.quia.com)
- ‘1+6: The Dalmarnock Story’ by Nancy Clunie, HT, Dalmarnock Primary, Glasgow
- ‘Using Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) to enhance learning and teaching in Modern Languages’ by Robbie Kirk, Carrick Academy, South Ayrshire (referring to www.edmodo.com/).