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Lee Dunn
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Seeking a guest writer for my blog!

Hi, everyone. I am delighted to participate in this year's conference and I am looking forward to working with some of you in the near future. On a slightly more personal note - my blog is now two…Continue

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The University of Glasgow
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About Me or Reason for Joining the GEC:
Lee is a University Teacher at the Robert Clark Centre for Technological Education. He teaches Education Studies and Technology at the School of Education which is based within the College of Social Sciences at The University of Glasgow. His research interests include Interdisciplinary Science Education, Technologies and Learning – Education Leadership and Management – Policy and Strategy. Lee is a member of the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organisation, the International Centre for Technical and Vocational Education and The International Bureau of Education Community of Practice for Curriculum Development.

Lee was recently seconded to the Scottish Government,developing national policy for Curriculum for Excellence.
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teacher, non-profit employee, college or university staff, consultant
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Working through UNESCO developing curricula in several nations and collaborating through the Centre for Technical and Vocational Training developing TVET and initial teacher education.
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