By Maureen McTaggart
“I do lots of things that are very interesting that don’t entail sitting at a desk doing admin”, says John Galloway. A bit of an understatement by the 50-year-old who combines his job as a part-time advisory teacher for ICT, SEN and inclusion for Tower Hamlets with regular employment as a lecturer, BSF consultant for RM (the leading education ICT provider), journalist and writer.
In the latter he is indeed prolific. His current publication Harnessing Technology for Every Child Matters and Personalised Learning, a handbook for continuing professional development, has enjoyed a good review in the Guardian, very timely for the BETT 2009 educational technology show) and joins a long list of other Galloway titles.