The Timetabling Linked-In Community
The Linked-In Community is a network of school timetablers who support each other, ask & answer questions, share ideas, etc.
It is free to join and is run by MIST Services; to learn more, and to see how you can join the Community, click here.
Members of the Community can also enjoy the Timetabling Network and Timetabling Lounge – see here.
The Timetabling Community
MIST Services have set up a ‘Timetabling community’ on LinkedIn where members can discuss anything Curriculum- or Timetabling- related!
If you wish to become a member (it’s completely free), simply request an invite by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Current discussions include:
— Pros & cons of running a 3-year Key Stage 4,
— Manual timetabling,
— Progress 8,
Just read the comments, or join in, as you wish.
— Alternative approaches to labelling teaching groups,
— Structure of the day,
— Student options/electives,
It includes a link to an excellent article explaining how the Progress 8 Score is calculated for your school !
To join the group, just email: email@example.com
The Timetabling Lounge
The Timetabling Lounge, provided by MIST Services, allows you to drop in (on-line) and ask any question you like about timetabling.
They are half-hour sessions that anyone can attend. And it is Free !
More details at : http://www.mistservices.co.uk/support/timetabling_network.aspx
Register your interest by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Then you’ll receive an email in advance of each session giving the main topic for that session.