Tracy Atherton is an advisory teacher for ICT, based at Highwire, the Hackney City Learning Centre in London, England. She has been a primary teacher in London for many years, taking part in a number of ICT innovations. She is a member of 'Creating Spaces', a network of independent professionals promoting creative uses of technology.
Andy Carvin is Senior Associate at the Benton Foundation's Communications Policy Program in Washington, DC. One of the coordinators of the Digital Divide Network (www.DigitalDivideNetwork.org), Andy has written numerous articles on the use of technology in communities and education, including his award-winning website, 'EdWeb: Exploring Technology and School Reform' (www.edweb.gsn.org).
Elizabeth Coppard is a primary school teacher who undertook her PGCE teacher education at the University of Brighton.
Hannah Davies was ICT projects coordinator at the Centre for Language in Primary Education (CLPE) in London, England, where she helped to establish their NOF ICT training. She now works at Highwire, the Hackney City Learning Centre, and coordinates Creating Spaces, a network of independent professionals promoting creative uses of technology.
Babs Dore is a senior lecturer at the University of Brighton where she lectures on ICT in primary education. She was a primary school teacher
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Publication information: Book title: ICT in the Primary School. Contributors: Avril Loveless - Editor, Babs Dore - Editor. Publisher: Open University Press. Place of publication: Philadelphia. Publication year: 2002. Page number: vii.
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