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Jon Coupland

Personal Statement


Personal Statement

Jon CouplandI was the creator and Director of the Centre for Information Technology in Education at The College of St. Mark and St. John, Plymouth. I have been involved in IT in learning for well over 30 years and the only sure thing I have discovered is that the more I find out about ICT and learning the more questions I have.

I struggle between being entranced with the always emerging technologies and a primeval feeling that all this change is sheer gloss and that the important things in life continue as ever.

I moved into teaching as a career because I felt it could be a far more pleasant experience for teachers and pupils than my experiences as a schoolchild. My interest in ICT still stems from this. Yes, I can be convinced that ICT will improve standards and more importantly access to educational experiences. BUT, mainly I still feel deep inside that ICT can be one factor in making education a more enjoyable experience for teachers and kids.


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