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MirandaNet Fellowship Profiles (MirandaNet Archive - as of March 2015)
Mal Lee is a global leader in researching and documenting the evolution of schooling and teaching from its traditional paper-based insular mode to one that is digital and networked, the impact of technology upon that evolution and how schools and education authorities might best normalise the 24/7/365 use of the digital to educate all their young for an evermore digital and networked world.
Mal’s is a macro and strongly historically based focus examining all the elements over the last century associated with the development, leadership and operation of schools that have today normalised or near normalised the whole school community use of the digital technology.
Mal is a former director of schools, secondary college principal, technology company director and a member of the Mayer Committee that identified the Key Competencies for Australia’s schools. A Fellow of the Australian Council for Educational Administration (FACEA) Mal has been closely associated with the use of digital technology in schooling, particularly by the school leadership for the last two decades.
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