Last month I had an interview printed with and about me on the Guardian Teachers Network. The Guardian Newspaper is one of the leading newspapers and media sources in the UK (an in my opinion globally).
The interview was on some of my thoughts regarding Games Based Learning and Computer Games in Schools. Just like with most interviews that you do for the media there are a few inaccuracies. For example I am not a head of department, I don’t work for Education Scotland any more and I didn’t invent the term ‘Contextual Hub’ - although I have contributed to its definition.
Overall the article reads pretty well and it may be useful for others. As always I am greatful to those who have influenced my practice over the years (in partcular my good freinds Stephen Heppell, Derek Robertson and Charlie Love).
You can read it in full over on the Guardian Teachers Network.