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Rupert Wegerif


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Personal Statement

I am interested in the potential of dialogue and how ICT can support dialogues and change dialogues. I do a lot of research about this. I have a PGCE (RE and English), a BA in Philosophy and Social Anthropology, a Masters in IT and a PhD in Educational Technology. As well as ICT I have a strong interest in teaching thinking and creativity (through dialogue of course!)

ICT Interests

I am interested in ICT and dialogue, so and also in overlap between ICT and teaching thinking.

Recent Projects

I am running and working on various projects in Primary and Higher Education all involving dialogue and ICT - usually involving interventions to improve the quality of dialogue and of thinking.

Case Histories



See report on MirandaNet members' publications section: Thinking Together around ICT in the Primary Mathematics Curriculum: Improving Classroom Practice


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