Terry Freedman has worked in education since 1975. He has taught in schools, been Head of Department, worked at the UK’s Qualifications & Curriculum Authority, held a senior position in a London local education authority, and was an Ofsted inspector for ICT and Business Education.
Now an independent educational ICT consultant, Terry publishes on the ICT in Education website and the newsletter “Computers in Classrooms”. Earlier articles can be found on the ICT in Education archive website.
Terry has contributed articles to a wide range of British and overseas journals, both in print and online. Having had over 12 books published, he is a member of the UK’s Society of Authors. In addition, he is a member of the British Computer Society, a Fellow of Mirandanet, and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
Terry also gives presentations on educational ICT, including the use of Web 2.0 applications in schools, in the UK and elsewhere.
Keynote: What are the best free applications, websites and communities for the ICT leader? Terry Freedman gives a personal view of the top 20 must-have tools for the ICT/education technology subject leader. These will cover essential tasks such as planning, organising, communicating, and obtaining high quality information. For example, how can you find out what people are saying about an issue without even moving from your desk? Being the Head of ICT or Technology Co-ordinator is often a lonely job; but you don’t have to be alone.
Date & Times: Saturday, July 30th 1:30am to 2:30am LA time/ 9:30am to 10:30am London Time. Other time zones.
Keynote’s Website: ICT in Education