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Matt Britland
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Matt Britland

Education Kingston upon Thames, GB
I am Head of ICT at Kingston Grammar School in South West London and I’ve been teaching for 7 years. When I am not teaching I write and advise for the Guardian Teacher Network I am also Director of Realise Learning. I love trying new and innovative ideas in the classroom and on a whole-school level. I also enjoy blogging , using Edmodo, Kodu, graphic design, computing, new technology, e-safety and using social media in education. At the moment I am in the middle of testing the use of iPads in the classroom, which is proving interesting and exciting. Working in education continues to be an exciting vocation and I enjoy it very much.

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Head of Department
Qualifications:
  • BSc (Hons) Multimedia
  • Qualified Teacher Status earned though the Graduate Teacher Programme
Working for:
Realise Learning ( www.realiselearning.com )

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