Share, share, share!

I am delighted to be able to say that the programme for this year’s OCR A Level Media Studies Conference has been announced. Following the article that I wrote for the Media Education Association journal (POV), myself and Steve Murray were asked by Pete Fraser if we would like to run an unconference style session within the conference. Of course, it only took us a few seconds to accept! The aim of the session is for people to come along and share good practice following the same format that TeachMeets use (7 min and 2 min presentations). A wiki will be set up very soon where attendees can sign up to notify Steve and myself about what they would like to share. Not only will you get an opportunity to spread the word of what amazing things take place in your classroom, but you will also be able to attend other exciting sessions. I have to say that the programme looks excellent, especially with Corin Hardy leading a session.

For more info please visit http://ocrmediaconference2011.weebly.com/index.html

Hope to see you there and no doubt in the pub afterwards where the dialogue will continue!

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    Dear Andy,

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