Terry Freedman lives in England with his wife and two delightful cats.
He has taught in schools, been Head of Department and Information and Communications Technology (ICT) advisor, worked at the then Qualifications and Curriculum Authority, held a senior position in a London local education authority, and was an inspector of ICT and Business Education with the Office for Standards in Education.
Now an independent educational ICT consultant, Terry publishes the ICT & Computing in Education website at http://www.ictineducation.org, and the newsletter "Digital Education", as well as The Writer's Know-how website at http://www.writersknowhow.org.
He works with schools and other organizations, eg writing articles and case studies, training teachers and giving keynotes. He also writes for magazines and on his blog about leading and managing ICT in schools.
He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and was Chair of Naace, the subject association for ICT, in 2006. In addition, he is a Fellow of Mirandanet, and is a member of the Committee of the Association for Information Technology in Teacher Education, and a member of the Educational Writers' Group committee of the UK's Society of Authors.
Writing activities include around a dozen books and over 3,000 articles, published in the UK, USA and India, and over a dozen books.