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Margaret Cox

Website: http://rg.kcl.ac.uk/staffprofiles/staffprofile.php?pid=319

Personal Statement


Personal Statement

Margaret Josephine Cox O.B.E., B.Sc., Ph.D., F. Inst.P. C.Phys. FCK

 Professor of Information Technology in Education in The Dental Institute and The Department for Education and Professional Studies: King's College London, University of London and Professorial Fellow at the University of Melbourne

For more than 40 years I have developed educational software, researched the impact of IT on teaching and learning in all education sectors, and training teachers to become IT teachers in secondary schools. This includes directing many national and international research and development projects on the effects of IT on teaching and learning in schools and higher education and recently the large interdisciplinary project (hapTEL) to develop and evaluate the use of haptics in dental education.  This has won four awards for excellence in innovation and education, including a BETT award in 2012. I have advised many national and international bodies on the impact of IT in education, including the UK, US, Dutch, Brunei, German, Portuguese, French and Chinese governments. My ‘public output’ includes many software titles, books, research reports, journal articles and videos; and keynote speeches in many different countries. My experience and interests include researching IT/TEL in education, teachers’ and learners’ motivation and many other aspects of the uptake and use of new technologies in education and its implications for policy makers, professionals and practitioners.


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