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Me at the end of 2019

My work and passion is in learning, teaching and technology, not only in how digital technologies are used as tools in a computing curriculum but in how they can transform learning and teaching and potentially education as a whole. I spend a lot of time encouraging people to join me. 

I’m also a wife, mother, aunt and granny and am involved in the rough and tumble of extended family life.  I have a car, a good pair of walking boots and trekking pole,  a well-thumbed passport, trail running shoes and compass  
My extensive book collection ( I moved to a new house for it) includes food stained cookery books. I’ve access to music, live, streamed and recorded, a Wii and an Xbox Kinect and many ‘robots’.  In spare time I volunteer at a wonderful National Trust property, Woolsthorpe Manor, the birthplace of Sir Isaac Newton and talk to (if they want to)  the amazing, interesting people who come to visit.  Life is indeed good!

A visit to my website would have told more including…..
As an Indepen…