About

I’m a PhD student at the Graduate School of Education in the University of Bristol. I study the different ways people can think about the future, and develop new ways to imagine what might be possible. Previously, I studied education and technology, particularly locative activities, digital games, and play. Using participatory and design-based approaches, alongside more traditional qualitative methods, I worked with educators, technologists, policy-makers and learners to understand how new technologies can help to change the way we educate, first for the BBC, then for Futurelab, and then as an independent consultant in Singapore and the UK.

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