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Neil Stanley

Twitter ID: @neilrstanley

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Personal Statement

Until September 2013 I had been in teaching for 36 years with th elast 31+ I have been involved in training teachers (Computing/ICT and mathematics). Mainly through a two year conversion PGCE courses and before that a shortend BEd.

ICT Interests

Using ICT to make life simpler and learning more effective and efficient. Lots of photography!

Recent Projects

What do learners really need to have in a lecture?

Publications

Stanley, N. and Jones, C. (2002) Analysing and Developing your Knowledge of ICT in S. Kennewell, J. Parkinson and H. Tanner (eds), Learning to Teach ICT in the Secondary School London: Routledge

Stanley, N. and Tanner, H. (2002) Assessing Attainment in S. Kennewell, J. Parkinson and H. Tanner (eds), Learning to Teach ICT in the Secondary School London: Routledge

Stanley, N. and Parkinson. J. (2002) Professional Development in S. Kennewell, J. Parkinson and H. Tanner (eds), Learning to Teach ICT in the Secondary School London: Routledge

Stanley, N. and Short, D., (2005) Developing the ICT Subject Leader Paper to BETT05, Olympia (on behalf of BCS Schools Expert Panel).

Stanley, N. and Duggan, P. (2007) Effective Assessment, in S. Kennewell, A. Connell, A. Edwards, M. Hammond and C. Wickens (eds) A Practical Guide to Teaching ICT in the Secondary School, London: Routledge


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