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David Townsend


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Personal Statement

I qualified as a Business and Economics Education teacher at the Institute of Education, University of London, at the age of 50 in 2000, after entering teaching as a mature student. Having had both a military career, and a career in British industry, I entered education already with an interest in ICT. In addition to my duties as the Teaching and Learning Leader (Law) in a rural secondary school, I also enjoy the role as an ICT Innovation Champion in which I have the pleasure, and sometimes challenge, of helping my colleagues come to grips with new digital technology as it is introduced into my school.

ICT Interests

After taking a degree and PGCE as a mature entrant to teaching (now aged 63) I have taught as a Business Studies and Law teacher for the last thirteen years. Before that I generated an interest in ICT as a

Recent Projects

Recent and current projects include:

'Thick or Thin'

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