Wednesday, May 27, 2009

I love it when a TeachMeet comes together...

A few weeks ago when I made the How to organise a TeachMeet in four weeks! post, I wasn't sure if we could pull it off but it looks like it's all coming together nicely.

I love the way so many people have pulled together and pitched in. It's not right to single out one person... but I would like to say that I've been feeling guilty because I hadn't done anything about sponsorship and with time running out I was very pleased to see that John has made first contact with the teaching unions.

So, please go to the TeachMeet Student Edition site and see what you can do to help make the first Student focused TeachMeet a success.


Iain Hallahan said...

I've mentioned elsewhere about how genuinely excited and inspired I was by the amazing collaborative effort in contacting probationers, but the whole event has been a genuinely crowd-sourced effort. Good stuff too.

David said...

It has been brilliantly collaborative with people who probably wont even be there chipping in to get things done. I feel vaguely responsible for it since I created the wiki page but also feeling a bit worried because organisation is not my strong point. I am extraordinarily grateful therefore to chaps like yourself who have just got on with doing stuff while I dither about.

Digitalkatie said...

Please can you put "four Capacities: The Musical" up on YouTube - I really want to see it!

Someone suggested a way of remembering the capacities by turning them into people's names:
Ry Cooder (Responsible Citizens)
Eric Clapton (Effective Contributors)
...but we couldn't think of good SL and CI names