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Lyndsay Grant

Website: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/education/people/lyndsay-j-grant/index.html

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Personal Statement

Lyndsay is a researcher at the University of Bristol where she is working on a project to understand the ways teachers construct narratives about technology in the classroom. She is also currently working with a network of local teachers as they develop classroom practices using digital technologies.

Lyndsay’s research interests also include social justice in education, digital literacies, connections between learning in and out of school and participatory approaches to learning and design. Her research is informed by a commitment to social justice that aims to understand and value the voices and experiences of all learners.

Previously, Lyndsay worked as a Senior Researcher at Futurelab, a UK research and development charity exploring the role of digital technologies and media in education and learning. She has also worked as a publisher, commissioning digital and print literacy resources for Pearson Education.


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