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Teachmeet reports front cover

TeachMeet10Report as PDF

An IPA analysis of findings of an open survey which invited global participants to share examples of impact in the first ten years of TeachMeet.
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Selected data TeachMeets UK & IE 2013-2019

TeachMeetsSelectedData2013-2019 as Excel

TeachMeetSelectedData2013-2019 as CVS

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Selected Teachmeet data 2013-2019 by Mags Amond and Richard Millwood is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

 



TeachMeet[AUS} report cover

TeachMeet[AUS} report cover

TeachMeetAustraliaAnalysis2014

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The length and breadth of TeachMeet experience in the 60 respondents to the ‘TeachMeet 10’ survey is both wide and deep, as can be seen when it is mapped placing length on a Rogers diffusion scale, and breadth on a Wenger Trayner deLatt levels of experience scale:

Temporal and experiential profile of "TeachMeet is 10"survey respondents.

Temporal and experiential profile of “TeachMeet is 10″survey respondents.

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