ITTE members are invited annually to nominate a person (or persons) who, in their view, has made a significant and sustained contribution to ITTE. The ITTE committee considers the nominations, decides who should receive the award and puts their names …Continue reading →
Sarah Younie is a principal lecturer in Education at De Montfort University and a visiting Senior Research Fellow at University of Bedfordshire. She has been involved in international research on educational technologies and teaching for twenty five years including the …Continue reading →
Chris Shelton is Head of the Primary Postgraduate Certificate of Education (PGCE) at the University of Chichester and jointly co-ordinates the undergraduate and postgraduate ICT and Computing modules. Chris teaches on BA, PGCE and MA programmes on modules related to ICT, Computing and Professional Studies and has …Continue reading →
In 1994 I entered the education profession as a primary school teacher and became increasingly involved in ICT staff development culminating in joining the University of Worcester in 2003. In 2011 I was awarded a University of Worcester Teaching Fellowship for …Continue reading →
Professor Marilyn Leask’s engagement with digital technologies started with her PGCE training where she took computing as an option. She was involved in the introduction of computers into schools in the 80s and since then has worked consistently on ways …Continue reading →
Alison Hramiak is a Senior Lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University. She is a course tutor on the for the ICT PGCE course and is also a Faculty Fellow for Assessment and Feedback. She also teaches on the MEd and EdD …Continue reading →
Jon is an experienced primary teacher, a former county-based Advanced Skills Teacher (AST) specialising in Primary ICT and upporting primary schools across Hampshire. He is now a Senior Lecturer in Education of ICT and Music for Primary ITE programmes. Jon …Continue reading →
Christina is a Professor of Educational Innovation at the University of Bedfordshire and the founder of the MirandaNet Fellowship in 1992, an international professional organisation of policy makers, educators, developers and researchers. She is also Chair of Trustees of the …Continue reading →
Sarah Jones, Director of Core Educators, Researcher at the University of Hull and Deputy Chair of the Education Futures Collaboration, has extensive experience in leading research projects which develop the innovative use of emerging technologies in educational settings. She has …Continue reading →
Andrew Csizmadia is a Senior Lecturer in Education, PGCE Secondary Computer Science Subject Lead and Programme Leader for Aston/Newman at Newman University, Birmingham. He is a certified Microsoft in Education Teacher Trainer, leading workshops on how both trainee teachers and …Continue reading →
Following a career as a school teacher in secondary, primary and special schools, mainly in the East End of London, I have been involved in teacher education, professional development and research and development in teaching and learning in higher education. …Continue reading →
I was a teacher for 11 years, becoming a Head of Computing/ICT and Business, before moving to Liverpool Hope University in 2000 as PGCE (Secondary) ICT Course leader. I became Associate Director for secondary PGCE there and managed all flexible …Continue reading →
Pete is Head of Qualification for the Masters in Education at The Open University and is based in Milton Keynes. He works on a range of modules including those in curriculum, CPD and leadership and management. Until 2011 he was …Continue reading →
Helen Boulton is a Reader in Technology Enhanced Learning and Teaching in the School of Education at Nottingham Trent University. Helen was an ICT Co-ordinator at a large comprehensive school in Nottinghamshire before moving to Nottingham Trent University where she …Continue reading →
As a UK government minister his portfolios included rural affairs, schools, digital and employment. He attended weekly Cabinet meetings 2009-2010, before joining the Lords after the 2010 General Election.
Jim is also a founder of XRapid a revolutionary diagnostic test for malaria using the iPhone and he is chair of the Tinder Foundation the leading digital inclusion delivery organisation in the UK. He is Patron of Bristol-based awarding body, Asdan.