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Mark Anderson

Mark is a former assistant headteacher, lead teacher for ICT, a successful head of computing (before it was trendy) and a driving force behind one of the UK’s most successful iPad 1:1 initiatives. Mark is an influential award-winning blogger, bestselling author and international speaker. Recently recognised as the most influential person in education technology in Europe and the winner of the ‘Education Blog of the Year 2015’ in the UK Blog Awards 2015.

Championing the importance of a pedagogy first approach to using technology in the classroom, Mark’s book Perfect ICT Every Lesson has topped the Amazon education book chart twice. Mark is also an Independent Thinking Associate and has significantly contributed to many more best-selling books and education publications. With more than 20 years classroom experience and responsible for some of the UK’s most innovative and creative teaching practice; Mark is a passionate advocate for developing the modern educator’s toolkit. Mark regularily writes about education in the leadership section of the TES. See more here.

Click here to read Mark’s article on InnovateMySchool.

Click here to listen in on Mark’s podcast with Pivotal Education - ‘How not to waste money on tech’.

Click here to watch a video interview with Mark as part of The Education Foundation’s series of Education Britain Conversations.


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Publications by Mark Anderson

Perfect ICT (Every) Lesson

Technology is at the heart of learning for all of…

There Is Another Way

Edited by Ian Gilbert with chapters by Mark Anderson, Lisa…

Don’t Change the Light Bulbs

Curated by Rachel Jones, Don’t Change the Light Bulbs offers…

Author Blog

Five things you can do to make the most of gained time

May 20 2018

I always remember looking forward to getting some gained time once my Year 11s and 13s had gone. Making the most of that time though is always a difficult thing to do. Something always seemed to get in the way. Whether it was other people asking you of your time...

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Research-informed ways of using #edtech to help learners revise effectively

May 15 2018

I’ve long shared that effective use of technology to support learning doesn’t mean using flashy tools. Using fantastic tools that can create amazing things can lead to lots of engagement, but as we all know, this is a poor proxy for learning. It is far better to use a simple...

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