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Mark Hellen

Personal Statement


Personal Statement

I am interested in the creative and relationship-building side of ICT as well as curriculum development. As a primary ICT specialist with many years experience I am interested in how children can become more creative using new media, and investigating how this can be developed using related conventions and techniques from 'old' media. I am also interested in how children communicate online and participate in communities of interest as well as the Internet's affordances of providing an audience for children's creative work. Additionally I am interested in investigating the potential for primary school children to create computer games as part of their creative, cognitive, social and educational development. I have also recently been looking at how elements of PSHE, history, science and study skills can be enhanced by cross-curricular work around branching databases, and how literacy can be improved by creating hypertexts.


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