The first TeachMeet Int'l Online, held on 17 December 2011, was a great success and we want to show the energy, the enthusiasm and the inspiration that 22 speakers from 15 countries shared with the world.

Speakers and their presentations in a slidehsare by Sonja (@sonajlr)




Name of Presenter/ Role
Twitter handle
City/Country
Title of Micropresentation
John Putt, Headteacher
@wjputt
Holywell, Wales UK
Web 2.0 for Continuous Professional Learning [CPL]
Nataša Sajko, Teacher of Croatian
@natasasajko
Varaždin, Croatia
My E-classroom: Moja (m)učionica
Vicky Loras, English Teacher
@vickyloras
Zug, Switzerland
Multiculturalism in Education
David Warr
@DavidWarr
Birmingham, UK
Language Garden
Jennifer Verschoor, Language & ICT Teacher
@jenverschoor
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Using Games With Young Learners
Karolina De Vrgna
@karolinadevrgna
Zagreb, Croatia
Project 'Me, myself and I'
Lidija Kralj, Math & ICT Teacher
@LidijaKralj
Veliki Bukovec, Croatia
Math in eTwinning
Elinda Gjondedaj, English Teacher
@ElindaGjondedaj
Athens, Greece
Motivate Writing with Comic Strips
Chuck Sandy, English Teacher
@chucksandy
Kasugai, Japan
Stepping Way Back
Anna Loseva, English Teacher
@AnnLoseva
Moscow, Russia
ELTworkplaces as a way to go with Posterous
Vladimira Michalkova, English Teacher
@vladkaslniecko
Kosice, Slovakia
Bookmark your dreams
Marijana Smolcec, English Teacher
@mscro1
Ogulin, Croatia
Let's get to know you
Yitzha Sarwono, English Teacher
@yitzha_sarwono
Jakarta, Indonesia
Applying Dogme teaching in Montessori kindergarten classroom
Fiona Beal, ICT teacher
@fibeal
South Africa
Your blog can be a fantastic teaching tool
Lenka Kroupová, Spanish Teacher
@LenkaPelikan
Brno, Czech Republic
School Mag in New Web 2.0 Clothes: Collaboration and Blogging
Marin Rosandic, Latin Teacher

Zagreb, Croatia
Asterix going to school
Chiew Pang, English Teacher
@aClilToClimb
Las Palmas, Spain
Wordle: Tricks & Ideas
Cherry Mathew Philipose
@cherrymp
Munnar,India
Community Listening
Guido@europeaantje, English Teacher
@europeaantje
Antwerp, Belgium
Student blogging with... you guessed it: Posterous!
Zdenkica Stanec, Special Ed Teacher
@ZdenkicaStanec
Samobor, Croatia
ICT best practices
Natasa Ljubic Klemse
@NatasaLjK
Bjelovar, Croatia
Voki in primary education / Voki Class
Vijay Krishnan, Math Teacher
@bucharesttutor
Romania
Teaching vs. tutoring


Take a look at the video made by Bart (@bartverswijvel)



Read about the TeachMeet Int'l session in the posts by:
Vicky Loras (Switzerland): Professional Development At Its Very Best
Jeannette James (Australia): Live Meeting #teachmeet webinar
Arjana Blazic (Croatia): Good vibrations
Bart Verswijvel (Belgium): Wonderful world
Elinda Gjondeda (Greece): Reflections from #TeachMeet International
Chiew Pang (Spain): Two for the price of none
Fiona Beal (South Africa): A day once only imagined has arrived - a virtual
International TeachMeet
John Putt (Wales, UK): International TeachMeet


Listen to the recording of the event.



Take a squiz at the amazing tweedoc #teachmeet backchannelcompiled by @7Mrsjames.
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Or simply listen to Sam Cooke who opened our webinar with his song about a wonderful world. This global event made our world wonderful indeed.

The moderators of the first Teach meet Int'l were Arjana Blazic (@abfromz), Bart Verswijvel (@BartVerswijvel) and Sonja Lusic Radosevc (@sonjalr) from the non-profit Just A Click awayand eTINERA. Please feel free to email us at: teachmeet.international@gmail.com

This event was partly sponsored by b4b and eHrvatska
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