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MirandaNet Fellowship Profiles (MirandaNet Archive - as of March 2015)
Personal StatementI am a lecturer in information technology education at the School of Education, University of Southampton where I completed my PhD in pedagogy and the teaching of computers with metaphors. I coordinate the PGCE for IT teachers and contribute to the MSc and MA(Ed) programmes for teachers and trainers in computer based learning. I also teach a research methods course and have developed many on-line resources to support elearning and blended teaching.
My research focus is pedagogy and the teaching of difficult concepts in and with computers including elearning and computer assisted assessment. I've published work in many curriculum journals including Mapping News, Mathematics Teaching, TTRB, InteracTive and ITTE. I have written Learning and Teaching Using ICT in Secondary Schools (Achieving QTS) Learning Matters.
Recent ProjectsWorking with Childnet International to determine the needs of trainee teachers with regard to e-safety. The work is supported by Microsoft, TDA and Becta. The report is available from http://www.childnet-int.org/downloads/exec_sum.pdf and further resources for trainee teachers and their tutors are available from http://www.childnet-int.org/KIA
Woollard J (2005) The Implications of the Pedagogic Metaphor for Teacher Education in Technology, Pedagogy and Education 14 2 189-204
Woollard, J (2007) Learning and Teaching Using ICT in Secondary Schools (Achieving QTS) Exeter, UK: Learning Matters
Cooke, J and Woollard, J (2007) Visual literacy and painting with technology in Hayes, M and Whitebread, D (2007) ICT in the Early Years Maidenhead, UK: McGrawHill
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