About Mark Anderson

Mark Anderson

Mark Anderson is a passionate advocate for the use of technology in the classroom to improve and enhance learning. With 16 years classroom experience  and an ADE (Apple Distinguished Educator), Mark has a proven track record of outstanding teaching and learning linked to innovative and deliberate use of technology. He has a knack of being able to tie together pedagogy to technology.

This site is a place to record thoughts, ponderings, findings and exciting things all related to teaching and learning and technology. You can contact Mark through twitter via @ICTEvangelist or find out more via his About.Me profile.


8 Responses to About Mark Anderson

  1. Hi Mark,

    I hope you don’t mind me emailing you but I wanted to ask if we could share some of your blog posts on our website. We have recently created a new Teacher Blogs (http://www.innovatemyschool.com/teacher-blogs.html) section that compiles the latest blog posts from innovative educators around the UK. So far the page has proved a hit and we would be delighted if we could share your insight with our school community.

    We currently average between 50-60k pageviews a month so we will be directing lots of traffic your way. We would also like to include links to some of our favourite posts in our weekly newsletter sent to our 5000+ teacher subscribers.

    We have located the RSS feed for your blog so that we can keep up to date with any of your posts. If you would like to be part of our site, we will require a short blurb about yourself (we can take this from your about page if you want), an image of yourself and any social media links you would like us to include in your blogger profile.

    If you have any questions about anything, please do not hesitate to contact me.

    I look forward to hearing from you.

    Kind regards,

    Michael

  2. A wonderful blog, Thanks for sharing all these things. I could use many of them in my classes. Wonderful organized, and easy to use. I am amazed, everything is here.
    Wishing you all the best

  3. Paul Carney says:

    Hi Mark
    I just wanted to say what a fabulous resource you’ve created here and I’m an avid reader and fan of your blog.
    I’m sure you’ve already come across the origami iPad stand before, but if you haven’t then Ive sent a link. Couple with an apple Bluetooth keyboard it transforms the iPad into a much more versatile typing tool akin to a laptop, perfect for a classroom and especially for many students who have SEN needs. I’ve been using mine for months now and I wouldn’t be without it.
    http://store.apple.com/uk/product/H6353ZM/A/incase-origami-workstation

    Paul carney

  4. Julie says:

    Hey Mark,

    Do you have an e-mail address under which you can be reached?

    Thanks,
    Julie

  5. Jess Scaggs says:

    Hello Mark -

    I came across your expanded TPACK infographic online and was wondering if I could use it (as is) in a tech integration pilot plan I’m putting together for three schools. I am the EdTech Specialist for National Heritage Academies, and I’m working on helping schools blend technology into the learning process. I really like how you’ve laid out descriptions for the TPACK model to communicate these ideas concisely to educators.

    http://ictevangelist.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/TPACK.png

    Thank you for your consideration (and work in ed tech!)

    Jess Scaggs

  6. Leon says:

    Hi Mark, we are about to launch a web-based educational application for primary school students early next year and I’m wondering if you are open to give it a try and post the review in your blog? And how shall we do that? Thanks.

    Leon

  7. Charlotte says:

    Hi there,

    I work for the Edge Foundation and have a press release that might be of interest to you with regards to the VQ Day Awards 2014 and their new Teacher Award.

    Drop me and email and I’ll send it over to you!

    Thanks,

    Charlotte

    charlotte@tinmancomms.com

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