Being a conference about blogging, it’s only right and proper that the feedback for the conference should be via the conference blog. Please click on the Comments button below and add your view to the discussion:

  • What floated your boat?
  • What had you stifling yawns?
  • Did you find the content suitable for geeks only, or accessible to all?
  • What did we get right?
  • What could we improve?
  • Is there anything that you’d like more information about?

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  1. James Bird says:

    A really motivating day for me. Welcoming, constructive – encouraging and useful. I now feel more inspired to keep pushing ways in which technology can transform teaching / learning – especially with blogs (which seem to bring a lot of ed tech areas together). I also got valuable research links out of the day – so thank you!

  2. Chris Capes says:

    Thank you for such a fantastic day! I have come away with lots of superb ideas on how to improve blogging in my school involving teachers, parents and children.

    I look forward to attending future blogging conferences as inspiring as this one!

  3. I would like to thank everyone involved in the Blogging Conference. They are all so (I was going to put “passionate” here, but the word is so overused so I tried and it came up with gaga, zealous and evangelical! so I ended up with…) passionate about making learning fun and improving children’s lives. You can’t help but be inspired. Yes, I am attempting to put links in my comment Peter @peterford. David Mitchell @deputymitchell even gave us the statistics to show the improvement in his school see The great thing is that I came back to school with so many practical ideas to try.

    The lunch was lovely. The only thing I would say is that when I attended your spring conference the seating layout encouraged more audience participation than at Silverstone as we were all set further back and in rows.

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