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Dave Smith BEd (Hons.) PgDip.


Personal Statement

Personal Statement

I am currently ICT Consultant and Curriculum Advisor for London Borough of Havering Inspection and Advisory Services (Joint Winners in the 2009 ICT Excellence Awards for 'Support for Schools').

I worked as a primary school teacher for a number of years, and then moved on to become a Senior National Tutor/Assistant Marketing Director for mPowerNet - ICT Training for Teachers at Anglia Ruskin University and then Leader for School Improvement at Engayne Primary School (Runner-up in the 2009 ICT Excellence Awards for Leadership, Management and Collaboration), where I led the development of ICT to support all aspects of the school.   

I am Chair of The Visualiser Forum, an organisation of educational professionals and manufacturers promoting the effective use of visualiser technologies.

I am at present involved in the Becta Next Generation Learning Campaign including a video case study on a Primary Capital Programme School called ‘The Journey’

I was the joint organiser of TeachMeet NorthEast London 2009 and Editor of the Elmo Visualiser Magazine:

I am also a regular contributor on ICT issues to TeachPrimary! Magazine and Merlin John Online blog.

I believe passionately in the power of ICT to transform teaching and learning and overall school effectiveness and recognise that effective ICT in schools can only be achieved through partnerships and collaboration both public and commercial – sharing good practice and engaging with the end users – the pupils.

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