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Henry Liebling



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Personal Statement

Taught secondary sciences in B'ham, Science and Agricultural Education Lusaka (Zambia), Mwinilunga (Zambia), Primary Colne (Lancs), Maths & Computing Chesham (Bucks), Primary Maths, ICT  & Education HE at Marjon 16yrs.  Professional Granpa 2002 on. Love jazz, mountains, cooking.....

ICT Interests

Inspired by course at Newman, thanks Roger Keeling. Hooked by LOGO in 1983. Wrote Mathgrid for BBC 1983. Worked with LCSI versions of LOGO at the Beacon School. Co-authored Sand Harvest in 1986 with Tricia Shepherd for CWDE/World Aware. Taught ICT & maths at Marjons for 16 years. Made notes and resources available to HE students via network 1990- 2002 and then on CD 1999. This included Curriculum packs developed & produced with the students 1986 - 2002.

Recent Projects

Been developing website for ESDGC (Education for Sustainable Development & Global Citizenship) for ESCalate since 2009. Interested in Web2.0 potential for education. Using Diigo... issues with tags. UK Network for ESDGC in TE 2008 - .


Getting Started: A guide for NQTs; Network Educational Press; (1999)

Really Useful Maths Book: with Tony Brown (2005) Routledge.

NQT pocket PAL (2007) Network continuum. 

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