It's pretty hard to write a blog post about the discussion, I thought it would be better to let a number of the "#niedchatterers" speak for themselves.
On the buzz:
"We are the people we have been waiting for!" @he4therw4t5on
"...because of Twitter it felt like we were in a room with friends despite many of us meeting for the first time" @dmurray742
On the learning
"I loved meeting others with similar ideas - great shared enthusiasm." @hezmar
"Presenters made it look easy, good ambiance, no competitiveness - really good!" @medv2
"Great to see what's being done elsewhere and get new ideas" @s1taylor1
"Though the session was fantastic. The enthusiasm you guys have for teaching is inspiring." @jonnyholmes86
The way forward
"We need a poster like "Your Country Needs You!" - get those great teachers out there to come and share the wealth." dwatson802
What was plain to see in the discussion is that TMBelfast has created a real buzz and it is now imperative that the momentum is not wasted Plans are afoot for TMBelfast2 and there were murmurings of TMNorthWest too... more on that at a later date I'm sure.
A big congrats then to the organizers of TMBelfast - Barry, Amanda, Daithi, Corrine and Heather. Great work guys and judging by the tweets this week it is already having an impact in the classroom.
You can watch all the presentations from TMBelfast here
Tweet of the week
Seriously...could you look past @johnmayo 's comment about the format of TMBelfast?
The question was asked by @dmurray742
"What did you think about the 2 and 7 minute presentation slots?"
"The format was like a hockey skirt - long enough to cover everything, short enough to keep interest!"