This is a bit about me. I’m a freelance journalist from an education background. I have worked for the Workers Educational Association, in schools and FE colleges, for the Open University, 3 government agencies and a fair few charities too. I specialise in ICT and e-learning – in other words using technology to do interesting things. I am particularly interested in how computers and the web can make life better for people with disabilities and older people who find reading and keeping in touch a little bit harder than they used to do. I write regularly for Special Children magazine and Gifted and Talented Update and have written books on dyslexia – my specialist subject- ICT and teaching modern foreign languages. I run training courses on working with learners with special needs and disabilities, on teaching English to recent arrivals, on personalised learning and how to make good use of teaching assistants.
I help small companies and charities with their publicity and copy writing and have a good record of producing supplements for magazines and businesses. Have a look at my website to see samples of my work and get in touch if you think I can help you.