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Pete Bradshaw

Website: http://www.open.ac.uk/people/prb324

Twitter ID: @watfordpete

Personal Statement


Personal Statement

I have worked in technology and learning for nearly 30 years. First as a school teacher, then in advisory services for a local authority, in further education and since 1999 in higher education. I worked for Ultralab on projects with Tesco, Orange, QCA, DfES, BBC, NCSL and others and led the online Masters level programme. Special interest here focused on building online communities of learners specially teachers and school leaders. I then spent four years at Nottingham Trent University teaching on a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. In September 2009 I moved to The Open University to work on a project for developing courses in CPD and ICT. I undertook PhD research into student perception of assessment of ICT and you can read extracts from his PhD Thesis on the MirandaNet Case Studies: ICT and its Assessment: An Enquiry into the Perceptions of Year 11 Students

I am principal investigator for a project looking at teacher professional development, practicum and action research in the Middle East and also research in technology and learning.


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