On Friday 8th March, EICE will be home to #WeTweetEd #4: How are educators using technology to innovate?, taking place at Manchester Central. It will be the fourth #WeTweetEd networking event and offers the chance to meet like-minded edu-Tweeters, join the debate, have a drink and enjoy some nibbles.
It’s the usual informal format, with an emphasis on meeting/drinking and speakers allowed just 140 seconds each, before opening up the conversation to those in the room and beyond. We’ll be running visible tweets on screens throughout the evening so you can ask your question and interact wherever you are using the #WeTweetEd hashtag or list.
The speakers will include Emma Mulqueeny (@hubmum), David Mitchell of Healthfield Primary School (@DeputyMitchell) and Sue Nieland (@SueNieland). And the hosts are Louis Coiffait (@LouisMMCoiffait) of the Pearson Think Tank and Jonn Elledge (@JonnElledge) of Edulnvestor
The event runs from at 4.00pm-6.00pm on Friday 8th March at the end of the first day of the Education Innovation Conference & Exhibition.
#WeTweetEd takes place in seminar room 7, but there is also a networking area in the main foyer of Manchester Central where you can meet and have a drink on us until 5.30pm. This area is sponsored by The Pearson thinktank.
Please visit http://wetweeted4.eventbrite.com to register for this free event.