I qualified as a teacher around 30 years ago and worked as a teacher/lecturer in both schools and colleges before joining the University in 2003.
My interest in computing began when I was at school but opportunities to utilise that interest were restricted. I used some of the first IBM PCs in the UK during my degree as well as the Mainframe computers which were then the norm. While working in colleges, I delivered modules in computing to degree level. My interests in computing are diverse and this is useful in my job role as teachers can be asked to deliver a wide range of content to children in school.
At the University I have been involved in delivering Teacher Training courses in Computing/ICT for the past 14 years. My role leads me to teach modules on other programmes and to supervise some dissertation students.
Dagg, Lynne (2007) Exploration. In: A Practical Guide to Teaching ICT in the Secondary School. Routledge, Abingdon. ISBN 9780203962602
Dagg, Lynne and Grey, John (2007) Do Secondary School ICT Teachers in England Get the CPD they want and think they need? In: Education, Training and Lifelong Learning. IFIP, Laxenburg, Austria.
Dagg, Lynne (2007) Teachers as IT Professionals: A clash of cultures? In: Education, Training and Lifelong Learning. IFIP, Laxenburg.
Dagg, Lynne, Walker-Gleaves, Caroline, Walker-gleaves, Alan and Grey, John (2005) Learning Databases through teaching: Towards a re-alignment of pedagogy for student teachers. In: 3rd Workshop on the Teaching, Learning & Assessment of Databases (TLAD05), 2005, University of Sunderland.
Last updated 19 March 2019