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Stephen Scowcroft


Personal Statement | ICT Details | Recent Projects

Personal Statement

I have been involved in international ICT in Education for the past 11 years. I began as a practitioner, lecturing in Singapore on multimedia development. I became a web developer for RM and developed Window Box Online (WBOL) to support teachers using the RM Window Box. I then ran an Educational Technology company in Singapore developing educational resources for Kindergarten through to Teachers and running projects on integrating ICT into Education.

More recently I have been the Education and Training sector specialist for UK Trade & Investment advising UK companies how to develop international business as well as raising the profile of the UK Education Sector overseas.

I have just joined LP+, a learning platform company, as a project manager and account manager working with LA, Schools and internationally to advise and support learning platform projects.

ICT Interests

I am interested in all aspects of ICT in Education. In particular I am interested in how to support teachers in the take up and adoption of ICT in Education, especially through Learning Platforms. I am also interested in replicating best practice across countries. 

Recent Projects

I have been working on supporting and engageing teachers in the adoption of learning platforms.

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