The services I offer
My work is mainly centred on education technology and related matters, such as Computing and ICT in education, and using technology for writing.
I am able to work with individuals, departments, schools, LAs and MATs.
The information below is not intended to be definitive. If you don’t see something listed that you would be interested in, please get in touch using the form at the bottom of this page.
Terry Freedman is accredited by the UK's National STEM Learning Centre:
Please see below for more details.
- Course modules (mix-n-match).
- Writing services.
This can take various forms. The following are examples of the kind of service I can offer.
If you are a recently appointed headteacher, head of department or leader for computing or ed-tech in your school, you may benefit from a fresh pair of eyes to help you decide what needs to be done and in which order.
Evaluation of ed tech in your school or MAT
You could have me come into your school or MAT to have a look at the IT provision and suggest ways in which it might be improved, if it needs improving. This would not be like an Ofsted inspection and it wouldn't be like an ICT mark visit. In fact, it would have no official status at all, but that is an advantage because I would come in as an independent fellow professional, not as judge and jury and you won't have to prepare anything specially. After the visit you will receive a written report with recommendations.
Evaluation of technical support in your school or MAT
Could the experience of using technical support be improved? Sometimes, in my experience, the tech support is excellent, but teachers don’t know that!
Have me look over your education technology policy documents and suggest where they might be improved or tweaked.
Ask me to work with your department on assessing Computing and ICT.
Ask me in to help you work on ways in which to improve the numbers of pupils choosing the subject from their options.
This is not a definitive list of course. Get in touch using the form at the bottom of this page if you require something different.
- How to make computing interesting.
- 20 must-have tools in 40 minutes.
- How to interpret educational research reports in the news.
- How to make the best use of the Web in your classroom.
- Being a great Head of Department or subject leader for Computing.
- Being a great ICT or Ed Tech co-ordinator.
- How to assess ICT and Computing.
Courses for writers.
Course modules (mix and match: three per day)
- How to create a successful scheme of work.
- How to keep your headteacher and parents happy.
- How to promote Computing to pupils.
- How to promote the use of ed tech across the school.
- How to set up and manage technical support.
- How to engage parents.
- Developing a vision.
Customised courses for your school or group of schools.
Courses in using Microsoft Word (Basic, Advanced), Microsoft Excel (Basic, Advanced).
- Weekly blog posts.
- Half-termly newsletters.
- Magazine articles.
- Newspaper articles.
If you are interested in any of the above, or even something not listed, please get in touch using this form: