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Jonathan Furness

Website: http://www.jonathansblog.net

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Personal Statement

Jonathan is passionate about education and the significance of preparing youngsters in their learning for the 21st Century. In his career so far, he has taught in a range of primary schools and quickly took ICT forward as ICT co-ordinator. Jonathan's experience has also taken him into the learning technology research field, working at Ultralab with Professor Stephen Heppell and later building a new school, Stepping Stones for children with hemiplegia.

Having led much of Stepping Stones development, Jonathan now focusses his attention on connecting learners together on a national and international level. Most recently, Jonathan travelled to the Cayman Islands and connected a small school on Little Cayman (population of just 150 people, school roll of just 4!) with Stepping Stones. Little Cayman, who were once the 'forgotten island' are leading this exciting ICT development in the Caribbean region.


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