I had the huge and slightly nerve-wracking honour of being asked to make a short presentation on the topic of my choice at Saturday's MFLSAT (#mflsat on Twitter if you want to check the hugely-valuable back channel).
Hopefully (I think!) video will emerge of my ACTUAL preso, which I did on "non-web classroom tools", being the irritatingly divergent individual I am.
I did however have something else up my sleeve, which I did NOT present, as time was a little short. It is a development of an idea of Thomas Reimann and Hanja Neumann, whose BRILLIANT Philip Allan Updates GCSE Conferences I have taken my Y10 and Y11 German students to over the last 5 years or so. Here it is, in Powerpoint form (with a little pic of my classroom wall for good measure):
A quick word of thanks to all the other presenters (even the ones that @joedale and I missed thanks to the M6/M62!), and especially to Isabelle Jones and her team for the amazing welcome - and to Nigel Yeo for his wonderful hospitality. Which will be reciprocated at any time if you guys are "dahn Sahf"!