Dr Nick Dennis
deputy head (academic), Nottingham High School; adviser on the use of digital technology to schools and NGOs
Nick has taught history and politics throughout the age and ability range in the state and independent sectors and is currently deputy head (academic) at Nottingham High School. He has advised a variety of schools and NGOs on the use of digital technology, worked as a freelance trainer for Apple and has written a number of teaching resources and articles, including an audiobook on German history. He is a member of the Independent Schools Council Digital Strategy Group and a governor of Greenwich Free School in South London. Nick is currently completing research at the University of Oxford on the ‘testing effect’ in the history classroom.
Follow Nick on Twitter: @nickdennis
Saturday 22 October, 14.00 Barbican Library
Sunday 23 October, 17.30 Frobisher Auditorium 2
Decolonising education: is the curriculum 'too white'?