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Emma Barker

Website: http://netherthong.kgfl.digitalbrain.com/kgfl/schools/netherthong/frontpage

Personal Statement


Personal Statement

I am a Year 5 teacher and ICT coordinator in a small primary school. I became a teacher just two years ago; after a career in publishing. It was always my ambition to become a teacher, but I am glad I came into the profession later in life. I feel I have more to give and more experiences to share, especially in the area of ICT. I am passionate about learning and being creative - ICT helps me to do this in an inspirational and fresh way. 

I am currently studying for a MA in Professional Development and have chosen to research the effects of Nintendo DS Lites and Dr Kawashima's Brain Training. This research has been fascinating and the ultimate reflective practice; I would love to share my findings with other professionals.


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