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Geek Gurl Diaries: Inspiring the Next Generation of Women in Tech
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Hi all! I hope you will join us, whether you are a teacher or a student for an interesting session with myself, Kim Wilkens and Catherine Cronin, on how we are inspiring the next generation of girls…Continue

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KS3 ICT Subject Leader & Teacher, Google Certified Teacher
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Robert Clack School
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London
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KS3 ICT Subject Leader and Teacher, Moodle VLE Administrator and Developer, Google Certified Teacher, CEOP Ambassador, Nerd, Tea expert, Londoner, and so much more. On a mission to get teens into ICT/Computing especially girls.
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http://www.ictwithmissp.co.uk
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Computing At School #include, Google in Education, RethinkingICT
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At 3:43pm on June 25, 2016, Patrick Garvin said…

Hello,

My name is Patrick Garvin and I am a High School teacher in the United States. I have been in the profession for 15 years and am now pursuing my Masters in Educational Technology at the University of Maryland University College (UMUC). My current class, Integration of Technology: Global Perspectives has assigned a project in which I will be creating a country case study. As a Social Studies teacher, I am naturally drawn to England and chose it as the theme for my case study. Specifically, I am looking at how technology is integrated into British classrooms and a major part of the assignment involves an interview to gather information. I would be extremely grateful if you could find the time to answer the following questions using SurveyMonkey (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/JWZVBH5):

 

Do you have adequate access to technology in your school? Please explain.

Has the integration of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) influenced your teaching methods? If so, how was it influenced?

Do you use technology to help in preparing your lessons? If so, what type of technologies do you use?

Does the presence of technology have a positive impact on your students’ ability to learn? In what ways has it been a benefit?

Do you receive training on how to use the technology that is available to you? If so, how often do you receive it?

If you choose to participate, please try to have your responses in by 7/5/16 so that I may time to process them for my report.

 

Thank You,

 

Patrick

 
 
 

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