TeachMeet CESI guidelines

For Presenters

  1. Presentations can be Nano (two mins in length) Mini (5-7 mins in length) or Soapbox (which is typically held during the 15 mins coffee break)
  2. Be prepared and watch the time, there will be a time keeper there to remind you though
  3. Keep it simple
  4. Please avoid PowerPoint / Prezi. Presentations work best when the presenter is showing the tool/software/IT at work and demoing it and presenting without reading from a powerpoint or notes.
  • Ppt/Prezi that are essentially slideshows of images - we're aiming that nobody is killing us with Powerpoint bullet points
  • 20 slides for 20 seconds each (pecha kucha style - pecha kucha article)

  1. No sales pitches
  2. Please don't bring laptops or USBs to use as there isn't time to swap over, please email any materials to the email provided.
  3. Presenters who’ve signed up to present will be chosen at random (please note not all presenters may be chosen on the night)
  4. Presentation materials including website links, photos etc to be sent to presentations@cesi.ie no later then 24 hours before the event
For Attendees
  1. Be social, tweet, blog, get on Facebook and share what you learn
  2. Try something new!
  3. Network and meet new friends and colleagues

For those wishing to present at TeachMeet CESI 28th Feb 2014 in Galway please fill in the table below. We will be asking you to send on all presentations/links/images etc to: presentations@cesi.ie no later then 24 hours before the event





Simon Lewis
Photoblogging using Mobile Phones
2 minutes
Barry Ryan
Socrative as a digital "1 minute" exit poll
2 minutes

Stephen Howell

7 minutes
Stephen Howell


Ian Roller

Interactive Video
2 minutes
James Crook

Debating in the dojo - New directions for CoderDojo.
2 minutes
Joe Dale
I know what you're thinking! - QR codes, Google Forms and Wordle = instant feedback
7 minutes
Mary Cleary
Tech Week 2014 - a festival of technology for students, parents and the public.
7 minutes

Mags Amond
Build it and they shall come - my Excellent Edmodo Epiphany!
Mags Amond
Simple online resources to startle the brain into thinking like a programmer
John Heffernan
"the boisterous sea of liberty is never without a wave"
Bea de los Arcos

OER Research Hub Project and OER Impact Map

5 min
David Mc Mahon
Answering Questions and Questioning Answers - online, interactive and tablet resources in numeracy
7 min
Julia Sweeney
Edcite "Build, share, and review assignments easily!"
5 minutes
Derek O'Donoghue
Interactive historical timeline
7 min
Mary Linehan
Using Google Apps in School
5 mins
Mary Linehan
Teach History with Minecraft
2-5 mins
Hassan Dabbagh
1:1 shouldn't be brand driven & the on line face of iCloud
5 mins
Stephan McFarlan
The LEC INSPIRE Programme :: Filling a gap in ICT Training for NQT's
5 Mins
Paudie Scanlon
CanSat, it's a satellite in a can. Experience with the senior cycle competition
5 mins
Cormac Cahill

5 mins
Catherine Cronin
Curation... a 2-minute story
2 min
Pam O Brien
2 mins


Kate Murray
Sharing the Limelight with Larry, blogging in my classroom
7 mins
Conor Power @conpower 7 Mins
Mags Green @MaggieMGreen 2 Mins
Damien Quinn @seomraranga 2-5 mins QR Code Talking Stories
Dughall McCormick @dughall Learning in your pocket. (5 mins)