Presentation on theme: "Introduction to running an effective in-house professional development event Welcome Your facilitator is Please check your audio go to Tools > Audio >"— Presentation transcript:
Introduction to running an effective in-house professional development event Welcome Your facilitator is Please check your audio go to Tools > Audio > Audio Setup Wizard (in the menu bar) follow instructions in the Audio Setup Wizard If you cannot get your audio to work then post a comment in the chat box and a moderator will help you.
>Introductions Click on the Talk button to talk. Click on the Talk button again when you have finished speaking – to allow other people to talk. Put your hand up, by clicking on the hand icon, if you want to say something. Remember to put your hand down again, by clicking on the hand icon, when you have started speaking (or no longer want to speak).
>Intended outcomes By the end of this module you should: >know what a TeachMeet is and understand the key elements that make them effective >be aware of several approaches to supporting collaboration, discussion and sharing of ideas in face-to-face events >understand key organisational and practical issues that need to be addressed when planning an in-house professional development event >have obtained strategic buy-in/support for an event you plan to organise >be ready to plan and implement a professional development event in your institution. 3
8 Appoint a timekeeper, a scribe and a raconteur 8 minutes (i.e. max of 2 minutes each if there are 4 people) Explain your context: agreed aims, target group, needs (Activity Pre-2) Outline the event you are starting to plan (Activity Pre-4) Identify challenges you are facing 6 minutes possible solutions to the challenges 1 minute preparing to feedback to the whole group >Breakout activity