Bob Harrison has spent 45 years in education as a teacher, learner, lecturer, examiner, manager, principal and governor. He is now the chair of governors at a Barnsley college; vice chair of a Secondary modern school in Trafford; an honorary life member of City & Guilds; and an assessor at the Stanford University Graduate School of Education. Bob is also a trustee of Ufi, a charity providing support for the innovative use of technology in further, technical, vocational and adult education.
This is my favourite question from friend, FELTAG collaborator and member of the Ministerial Education Technology Action Group (ETAG), Professor Diana Laurillard from UCL. It is always a useful starting point for any conversation or decision about the use of technology for teaching, learning or assessment.