At the end of the two minutes, the people move to their next partner.
So, attendees meet a large number of people in a short period of time, The goal, of course, is to find one or more people with whom you'd like to spend more time on an actual date.
participants to initiate sign-ups for peer observations would work great in a faculty meeting.
I called it “speed dating” because they really were setting a date –to do a peer observation!
We had 1-2 experts at each table for a few minutes and then they would switch to the next table.
So from our seats we had direct access to an SEO expert, a blogging expert, a PR expert, a video marketing expert and more. I just wanted us as a community to know what resources and brains we have available locally.
Teachers in our DODEA grant project (K-12) have worked all year to design four in-depth units using the process.
Most of these units will be implemented sometime this semester.
I am I am hoping that this activity will begin to change the way students think about the words they use. As my students identify the types of sentences in their peer's essays, they will also be checking for variety and interest in the sentences so that their peers can make appropriate revisions CCSS. In order to see if they can apply their knowledge of sentence clarity and variety (CCSS. L.9-10.1b), I will ask my students to select sentences in their essays to revise with the following guidelines (CCSS. W.9-10.5): The revisions should be written with a different color ink and labeled so that they are noticeable when I review their rough drafts.
It's an opportunity for people to quickly meet a large number of people to potentially date.
Attendees are paired with each person attending the session for two minutes.
He is currently an Expert Blogger at Fast and a regular contributor at Social Media
He is a co-founder of Social Media FTW, an organization putting on conferences and events to educate small businesses and non-profits about the power of social media marketing.