John Galloway

John Galloway

John Galloway is a specialist in the use of technology to support inclusion, particularly pupils who have special educational needs and disabilities. He works part time for Tower Hamlets, but also freelances as a consultant, trainer and writer. He has published several books and won a couple of awards. He has written for The Guardian, TES, Special Children and agent4change.net.  John has also devised and run post-graduate courses, and foundation degree modules.

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One of the attractions of Computing as a subject is the opportunity to have fun. To play. To mess about and try things out. So playing games and using toys fits very easily into what you can do in the classroom.

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