Event summary – #WeTweetEd #3 – How can technology help embed change in education?

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Over fifty brave souls faced the Wintery elements to come to the tenth floor of the Pearson HQ for our third of these networking events. They were rewarded with fantastic views of London by night, warm mulled wine with mince pies, and a lively debate about the future of education technology. It was the usual informal format, with an emphasis on meeting/drinking and speakers allowed just 140 seconds each, before the conversation was opened up to those in the room and beyond. Visible tweets were put up on screens throughout the evening encouraging those near and far to interact using the #WeTweetEd hashtag or list.

Speakers
Nick Hillman (@NickHillman) SpAd to David Willetts
Mark Leach (@markmleach) of Wonkhe
Toni Pearce (@toni_pearce) of the NUS
David Weston (@Informed_Edu) of the Teacher Development Trust
Dr Mark Evans (@teachitso) of Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form
Toby Young (@toadmeister)
Hosts
Jonn Elledge (@JonnElledge) of EduInvestor
Louis Coiffait (@LouisMMCoiffait) of the Pearson Think Tank

The opening Prezi presentation (using questions all delegates were asked when registering) can be found here, a Storify summary is here and some photos from the night are here.

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    Event summary – #WeTweetEd #3 – How can technology help embed change in education?

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    Over fifty brave souls faced the Wintery elements to come to the tenth floor of the Pearson HQ for our third of these networking events. They were rewarded with fantastic views of London by night, warm mulled wine with mince pies, and a lively debate about the future of education technology. It was the usual informal format, with an emphasis on meeting/drinking and speakers allowed just 140 seconds each, before the conversation was opened up to those in the room and beyond. Visible tweets were put up on screens throughout the evening encouraging those near and far to interact using the #WeTweetEd hashtag or list.

    Speakers
    Nick Hillman (@NickHillman) SpAd to David Willetts
    Mark Leach (@markmleach) of Wonkhe
    Toni Pearce (@toni_pearce) of the NUS
    David Weston (@Informed_Edu) of the Teacher Development Trust
    Dr Mark Evans (@teachitso) of Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form
    Toby Young (@toadmeister)
    Hosts
    Jonn Elledge (@JonnElledge) of EduInvestor
    Louis Coiffait (@LouisMMCoiffait) of the Pearson Think Tank

    The opening Prezi presentation (using questions all delegates were asked when registering) can be found here, a Storify summary is here and some photos from the night are here.

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      Event summary – #WeTweetEd #3 – How can technology help embed change in education?

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      Over fifty brave souls faced the Wintery elements to come to the tenth floor of the Pearson HQ for our third of these networking events. They were rewarded with fantastic views of London by night, warm mulled wine with mince pies, and a lively debate about the future of education technology. It was the usual informal format, with an emphasis on meeting/drinking and speakers allowed just 140 seconds each, before the conversation was opened up to those in the room and beyond. Visible tweets were put up on screens throughout the evening encouraging those near and far to interact using the #WeTweetEd hashtag or list.

      Speakers
      Nick Hillman (@NickHillman) SpAd to David Willetts
      Mark Leach (@markmleach) of Wonkhe
      Toni Pearce (@toni_pearce) of the NUS
      David Weston (@Informed_Edu) of the Teacher Development Trust
      Dr Mark Evans (@teachitso) of Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form
      Toby Young (@toadmeister)
      Hosts
      Jonn Elledge (@JonnElledge) of EduInvestor
      Louis Coiffait (@LouisMMCoiffait) of the Pearson Think Tank

      The opening Prezi presentation (using questions all delegates were asked when registering) can be found here, a Storify summary is here and some photos from the night are here.

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        Over fifty brave souls faced the Wintery elements to come to the tenth floor of the Pearson HQ for our third of these networking events. They were rewarded with fantastic views of London by night, warm mulled wine with mince pies, and a lively debate about the future of education technology. It was the usual informal format, with an emphasis on meeting/drinking and speakers allowed just 140 seconds each, before the conversation was opened up to those in the room and beyond. Visible tweets were put up on screens throughout the evening encouraging those near and far to interact using the #WeTweetEd hashtag or list.

        Speakers
        Nick Hillman (@NickHillman) SpAd to David Willetts
        Mark Leach (@markmleach) of Wonkhe
        Toni Pearce (@toni_pearce) of the NUS
        David Weston (@Informed_Edu) of the Teacher Development Trust
        Dr Mark Evans (@teachitso) of Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form
        Toby Young (@toadmeister)
        Hosts
        Jonn Elledge (@JonnElledge) of EduInvestor
        Louis Coiffait (@LouisMMCoiffait) of the Pearson Think Tank

        The opening Prezi presentation (using questions all delegates were asked when registering) can be found here, a Storify summary is here and some photos from the night are here.

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          Over fifty brave souls faced the Wintery elements to come to the tenth floor of the Pearson HQ for our third of these networking events. They were rewarded with fantastic views of London by night, warm mulled wine with mince pies, and a lively debate about the future of education technology. It was the usual informal format, with an emphasis on meeting/drinking and speakers allowed just 140 seconds each, before the conversation was opened up to those in the room and beyond. Visible tweets were put up on screens throughout the evening encouraging those near and far to interact using the #WeTweetEd hashtag or list.

          Speakers
          Nick Hillman (@NickHillman) SpAd to David Willetts
          Mark Leach (@markmleach) of Wonkhe
          Toni Pearce (@toni_pearce) of the NUS
          David Weston (@Informed_Edu) of the Teacher Development Trust
          Dr Mark Evans (@teachitso) of Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form
          Toby Young (@toadmeister)
          Hosts
          Jonn Elledge (@JonnElledge) of EduInvestor
          Louis Coiffait (@LouisMMCoiffait) of the Pearson Think Tank

          The opening Prezi presentation (using questions all delegates were asked when registering) can be found here, a Storify summary is here and some photos from the night are here.

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            Event summary – #WeTweetEd #3 – How can technology help embed change in education?

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            Over fifty brave souls faced the Wintery elements to come to the tenth floor of the Pearson HQ for our third of these networking events. They were rewarded with fantastic views of London by night, warm mulled wine with mince pies, and a lively debate about the future of education technology. It was the usual informal format, with an emphasis on meeting/drinking and speakers allowed just 140 seconds each, before the conversation was opened up to those in the room and beyond. Visible tweets were put up on screens throughout the evening encouraging those near and far to interact using the #WeTweetEd hashtag or list.

            Speakers
            Nick Hillman (@NickHillman) SpAd to David Willetts
            Mark Leach (@markmleach) of Wonkhe
            Toni Pearce (@toni_pearce) of the NUS
            David Weston (@Informed_Edu) of the Teacher Development Trust
            Dr Mark Evans (@teachitso) of Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form
            Toby Young (@toadmeister)
            Hosts
            Jonn Elledge (@JonnElledge) of EduInvestor
            Louis Coiffait (@LouisMMCoiffait) of the Pearson Think Tank

            The opening Prezi presentation (using questions all delegates were asked when registering) can be found here, a Storify summary is here and some photos from the night are here.

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              Event summary – #WeTweetEd #3 – How can technology help embed change in education?

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              Over fifty brave souls faced the Wintery elements to come to the tenth floor of the Pearson HQ for our third of these networking events. They were rewarded with fantastic views of London by night, warm mulled wine with mince pies, and a lively debate about the future of education technology. It was the usual informal format, with an emphasis on meeting/drinking and speakers allowed just 140 seconds each, before the conversation was opened up to those in the room and beyond. Visible tweets were put up on screens throughout the evening encouraging those near and far to interact using the #WeTweetEd hashtag or list.

              Speakers
              Nick Hillman (@NickHillman) SpAd to David Willetts
              Mark Leach (@markmleach) of Wonkhe
              Toni Pearce (@toni_pearce) of the NUS
              David Weston (@Informed_Edu) of the Teacher Development Trust
              Dr Mark Evans (@teachitso) of Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form
              Toby Young (@toadmeister)
              Hosts
              Jonn Elledge (@JonnElledge) of EduInvestor
              Louis Coiffait (@LouisMMCoiffait) of the Pearson Think Tank

              The opening Prezi presentation (using questions all delegates were asked when registering) can be found here, a Storify summary is here and some photos from the night are here.

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                Event summary – #WeTweetEd #3 – How can technology help embed change in education?

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                Over fifty brave souls faced the Wintery elements to come to the tenth floor of the Pearson HQ for our third of these networking events. They were rewarded with fantastic views of London by night, warm mulled wine with mince pies, and a lively debate about the future of education technology. It was the usual informal format, with an emphasis on meeting/drinking and speakers allowed just 140 seconds each, before the conversation was opened up to those in the room and beyond. Visible tweets were put up on screens throughout the evening encouraging those near and far to interact using the #WeTweetEd hashtag or list.

                Speakers
                Nick Hillman (@NickHillman) SpAd to David Willetts
                Mark Leach (@markmleach) of Wonkhe
                Toni Pearce (@toni_pearce) of the NUS
                David Weston (@Informed_Edu) of the Teacher Development Trust
                Dr Mark Evans (@teachitso) of Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form
                Toby Young (@toadmeister)
                Hosts
                Jonn Elledge (@JonnElledge) of EduInvestor
                Louis Coiffait (@LouisMMCoiffait) of the Pearson Think Tank

                The opening Prezi presentation (using questions all delegates were asked when registering) can be found here, a Storify summary is here and some photos from the night are here.

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                  Event summary – #WeTweetEd #3 – How can technology help embed change in education?

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                  Over fifty brave souls faced the Wintery elements to come to the tenth floor of the Pearson HQ for our third of these networking events. They were rewarded with fantastic views of London by night, warm mulled wine with mince pies, and a lively debate about the future of education technology. It was the usual informal format, with an emphasis on meeting/drinking and speakers allowed just 140 seconds each, before the conversation was opened up to those in the room and beyond. Visible tweets were put up on screens throughout the evening encouraging those near and far to interact using the #WeTweetEd hashtag or list.

                  Speakers
                  Nick Hillman (@NickHillman) SpAd to David Willetts
                  Mark Leach (@markmleach) of Wonkhe
                  Toni Pearce (@toni_pearce) of the NUS
                  David Weston (@Informed_Edu) of the Teacher Development Trust
                  Dr Mark Evans (@teachitso) of Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form
                  Toby Young (@toadmeister)
                  Hosts
                  Jonn Elledge (@JonnElledge) of EduInvestor
                  Louis Coiffait (@LouisMMCoiffait) of the Pearson Think Tank

                  The opening Prezi presentation (using questions all delegates were asked when registering) can be found here, a Storify summary is here and some photos from the night are here.

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                    Event summary – #WeTweetEd #3 – How can technology help embed change in education?

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                    Over fifty brave souls faced the Wintery elements to come to the tenth floor of the Pearson HQ for our third of these networking events. They were rewarded with fantastic views of London by night, warm mulled wine with mince pies, and a lively debate about the future of education technology. It was the usual informal format, with an emphasis on meeting/drinking and speakers allowed just 140 seconds each, before the conversation was opened up to those in the room and beyond. Visible tweets were put up on screens throughout the evening encouraging those near and far to interact using the #WeTweetEd hashtag or list.

                    Speakers
                    Nick Hillman (@NickHillman) SpAd to David Willetts
                    Mark Leach (@markmleach) of Wonkhe
                    Toni Pearce (@toni_pearce) of the NUS
                    David Weston (@Informed_Edu) of the Teacher Development Trust
                    Dr Mark Evans (@teachitso) of Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form
                    Toby Young (@toadmeister)
                    Hosts
                    Jonn Elledge (@JonnElledge) of EduInvestor
                    Louis Coiffait (@LouisMMCoiffait) of the Pearson Think Tank

                    The opening Prezi presentation (using questions all delegates were asked when registering) can be found here, a Storify summary is here and some photos from the night are here.

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                      Event summary – #WeTweetEd #3 – How can technology help embed change in education?

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                      Over fifty brave souls faced the Wintery elements to come to the tenth floor of the Pearson HQ for our third of these networking events. They were rewarded with fantastic views of London by night, warm mulled wine with mince pies, and a lively debate about the future of education technology. It was the usual informal format, with an emphasis on meeting/drinking and speakers allowed just 140 seconds each, before the conversation was opened up to those in the room and beyond. Visible tweets were put up on screens throughout the evening encouraging those near and far to interact using the #WeTweetEd hashtag or list.

                      Speakers
                      Nick Hillman (@NickHillman) SpAd to David Willetts
                      Mark Leach (@markmleach) of Wonkhe
                      Toni Pearce (@toni_pearce) of the NUS
                      David Weston (@Informed_Edu) of the Teacher Development Trust
                      Dr Mark Evans (@teachitso) of Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form
                      Toby Young (@toadmeister)
                      Hosts
                      Jonn Elledge (@JonnElledge) of EduInvestor
                      Louis Coiffait (@LouisMMCoiffait) of the Pearson Think Tank

                      The opening Prezi presentation (using questions all delegates were asked when registering) can be found here, a Storify summary is here and some photos from the night are here.

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                        Over fifty brave souls faced the Wintery elements to come to the tenth floor of the Pearson HQ for our third of these networking events. They were rewarded with fantastic views of London by night, warm mulled wine with mince pies, and a lively debate about the future of education technology. It was the usual informal format, with an emphasis on meeting/drinking and speakers allowed just 140 seconds each, before the conversation was opened up to those in the room and beyond. Visible tweets were put up on screens throughout the evening encouraging those near and far to interact using the #WeTweetEd hashtag or list.

                        Speakers
                        Nick Hillman (@NickHillman) SpAd to David Willetts
                        Mark Leach (@markmleach) of Wonkhe
                        Toni Pearce (@toni_pearce) of the NUS
                        David Weston (@Informed_Edu) of the Teacher Development Trust
                        Dr Mark Evans (@teachitso) of Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form
                        Toby Young (@toadmeister)
                        Hosts
                        Jonn Elledge (@JonnElledge) of EduInvestor
                        Louis Coiffait (@LouisMMCoiffait) of the Pearson Think Tank

                        The opening Prezi presentation (using questions all delegates were asked when registering) can be found here, a Storify summary is here and some photos from the night are here.

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                          Event summary – #WeTweetEd #3 – How can technology help embed change in education?

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                          Over fifty brave souls faced the Wintery elements to come to the tenth floor of the Pearson HQ for our third of these networking events. They were rewarded with fantastic views of London by night, warm mulled wine with mince pies, and a lively debate about the future of education technology. It was the usual informal format, with an emphasis on meeting/drinking and speakers allowed just 140 seconds each, before the conversation was opened up to those in the room and beyond. Visible tweets were put up on screens throughout the evening encouraging those near and far to interact using the #WeTweetEd hashtag or list.

                          Speakers
                          Nick Hillman (@NickHillman) SpAd to David Willetts
                          Mark Leach (@markmleach) of Wonkhe
                          Toni Pearce (@toni_pearce) of the NUS
                          David Weston (@Informed_Edu) of the Teacher Development Trust
                          Dr Mark Evans (@teachitso) of Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form
                          Toby Young (@toadmeister)
                          Hosts
                          Jonn Elledge (@JonnElledge) of EduInvestor
                          Louis Coiffait (@LouisMMCoiffait) of the Pearson Think Tank

                          The opening Prezi presentation (using questions all delegates were asked when registering) can be found here, a Storify summary is here and some photos from the night are here.

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                            Event summary – #WeTweetEd #3 – How can technology help embed change in education?

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                            Over fifty brave souls faced the Wintery elements to come to the tenth floor of the Pearson HQ for our third of these networking events. They were rewarded with fantastic views of London by night, warm mulled wine with mince pies, and a lively debate about the future of education technology. It was the usual informal format, with an emphasis on meeting/drinking and speakers allowed just 140 seconds each, before the conversation was opened up to those in the room and beyond. Visible tweets were put up on screens throughout the evening encouraging those near and far to interact using the #WeTweetEd hashtag or list.

                            Speakers
                            Nick Hillman (@NickHillman) SpAd to David Willetts
                            Mark Leach (@markmleach) of Wonkhe
                            Toni Pearce (@toni_pearce) of the NUS
                            David Weston (@Informed_Edu) of the Teacher Development Trust
                            Dr Mark Evans (@teachitso) of Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form
                            Toby Young (@toadmeister)
                            Hosts
                            Jonn Elledge (@JonnElledge) of EduInvestor
                            Louis Coiffait (@LouisMMCoiffait) of the Pearson Think Tank

                            The opening Prezi presentation (using questions all delegates were asked when registering) can be found here, a Storify summary is here and some photos from the night are here.

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                              Event summary – #WeTweetEd #3 – How can technology help embed change in education?

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                              Over fifty brave souls faced the Wintery elements to come to the tenth floor of the Pearson HQ for our third of these networking events. They were rewarded with fantastic views of London by night, warm mulled wine with mince pies, and a lively debate about the future of education technology. It was the usual informal format, with an emphasis on meeting/drinking and speakers allowed just 140 seconds each, before the conversation was opened up to those in the room and beyond. Visible tweets were put up on screens throughout the evening encouraging those near and far to interact using the #WeTweetEd hashtag or list.

                              Speakers
                              Nick Hillman (@NickHillman) SpAd to David Willetts
                              Mark Leach (@markmleach) of Wonkhe
                              Toni Pearce (@toni_pearce) of the NUS
                              David Weston (@Informed_Edu) of the Teacher Development Trust
                              Dr Mark Evans (@teachitso) of Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form
                              Toby Young (@toadmeister)
                              Hosts
                              Jonn Elledge (@JonnElledge) of EduInvestor
                              Louis Coiffait (@LouisMMCoiffait) of the Pearson Think Tank

                              The opening Prezi presentation (using questions all delegates were asked when registering) can be found here, a Storify summary is here and some photos from the night are here.

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