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Yasemin Allsop

Website: www.ijcses.org

Twitter ID: @yallsop

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Personal Statement

I worked as an ICT Coordinator in primary schools in London for almost 10 years. I am currently employed as a Senior Lecturer in Primary Computing and ICT at Roehampton University. I have an MA ICT in Education from the London Knowledge Lab, University of London. My research focus is children’s thinking and learning when designing digital games. Prior to my teaching career I worked as a child psychologist for many years. I am the founder and co- editor of an online magazine called ICT in Practice where educators from around the world share their experiences of using technology in education.

 

Publications

Journal Articles

Allsop, Y. (2009). Does collaboration occur when children are learning with the support of a wiki? The Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology, 10(4), 130-137.

Conference Presentations & Proceedings

Allsop, Y. (2012). Exploring the Educational Value of Children’s Game Authoring Practices: A Primary School Case Study 6th ECGBL Conference Proceedings. Cork. October 2012.

Allsop, Y. (2013) Children’s Perceptions of learning with educational games using iPod Touches INTED 2013 Conference Proceedings. Valencia. March 2013.

Allsop, Y., Yeniman E, Screpanti, M. (2013) Teachers’ Beliefs About Game Based Learning; A Comparative Study of Pedagogy, Curriculum and Practice in Italy, Turkey And the UK. 7th ECGBL Conference Proceedings. Porto. October 2013.

Articles

Allsop, Y. (2013). Teaching Game Design in the Primary Classroom. Switched On Computing at School Newsletter. Autumn 2013. Retrieved from http://www.computingatschool.org.uk/data/uploads/newsletter-autumn-2013.pdf

Allsop, Y. (2012). Reshaping schools ICT? Make the way for Programming! ICT in Practice. Issue 1, Autumn 2012. Retrieved from http://www.ictinpractice.com/2012/reshaping-schools-ict-make-the-way-for-programming-by-yasemin-allsop/

Allsop, Y. (2013). Teaching E-safety in Schools. ICT in Practice. Issue 2, Winter 2013. Retrieved from http://www.ictinpractice.com/news/teaching-e-safety-in-schools/

Allsop, Y. (2013). The changing role of the teacher in a Technology enhanced learning environment. ICT in Practice. Issue 4, Summer 2013. Retrieved from http://www.ictinpractice.com/2013/the-changing-role-of-the-teacher-in-a-technology-enhanced-learning-environment/

Allsop, Y. (2013). Learning collaboratively through the Global Partners Junior Project. ICT in Practice. Issue 4, Summer 2013. Retrieved from http://www.ictinpractice.com/2013/learning-collaboratively-through-the-global-partners-junior-project-by-yasemin-allsop/

Allsop, Y. (2013). Web 2 Tools by Subject. ICT in Practice. Retrieved from http://www.ictinpractice.com/2013/web-2-tools-by-subject/

Allsop, Y. ( 2013) Computer Game Design: A stage for Learning through Conversational Thinking . Retrieved from http://www.ictinpractice.com/2013/810/

Allsop, Y. (2014). ICT to Computing…How ready are we?. Retrieved from http://www.ictinpractice.com/2014/ict-to-computing-how-ready-are-we/

 


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