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Kevin Erskine

Personal Statement


Personal Statement

As an educator with almost 25 years of experience of delivering courses in ICT and Computing I am still passionate about the classroom and creating the right environment for students to actively learn.  My role within schools has changed significantly through the years with stints in technical management and pastoral duties and now back to classroom delivery, curriculum development and staff support.  It is true that education moves in cycles and having taught Computing Studies in the early days of the subject and all incarnations of ICT - I, once again, find myself developing courses to allow students to create programs and understand the internal workings of the hardware of computing devices.

The focus of my work at present is not just to deliver interactive courses in my own subject but to help other staff with different specialisms and skills to create and deliver courses in their own subjects using the technology that is now available in each and every classroom.  As technology has become ubiquitous for our students and they carry everywhere they go the challenge has changed and become more about helping the students to develop and enhance their modern skills while still supporting the teaching staff in integrating some technologies they may never have used into their own subject areas.


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