International TeachMeet- the remote edition

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International TeachMeet- the remote edition

31 Mar 2020
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International TeachMeet- the remote edition
International TeachMeet- the remote edition

As so many of the teaching community adapt to teaching remote classes for the first time it’s vital to stay connected and share successes and “even better if” stories with colleagues from around the world. 

At Bett we’ve been connecting the international teaching community for over 35 years. Each year we host the International TeachMeet, a space where we support our international delegates and provide the opportunity to extend networks worldwide and champion cultural difference.  

The TeachMeet at Bett 2020 saw 17 teachers from 12 countries, sharing and presenting ideas on topics such as coding, assessments and future classrooms. See full line up and presentations here. https://tmintbett.wordpress.com/line-up-2020/ 

We’re delighted that European Schoolnet http://www.eun.org/ are continuing this great work with remote TeachMeets to support educators with this speedy transition to online platforms. You can see presentations from their session on 24 March here http://fcl.eun.org/fcltalks.

Follow @eu_schoolnet on twitter and #fcltalks for details of future sessions. 

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