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Felix Kwihangana, Dr

Lecturer in Education at University of Manchester

Dr Felix is a Lecturer in (Digital) Education and the Deputy Programme director for the MA Digital Technologies, Communication and Education at the Manchester Institute of Education, University of Manchester. His research and teaching focus on the educational use of digital technologies, with a particular research interest in digital technologies in under-resourced contexts. He is specifically interested in the way teachers develop digital competencies and how these shape their digital teacher identities in under-resourced contexts where ICT in education policies’ ambitions and resources are in constant dissonance. He has previously worked as a language teacher, teacher educator, and teacher trainer in Rwanda. He has also worked on teacher development projects in low-tech environments in Rwanda, Ghana, Senegal, Cote d’Ivoire and India. He is also co-leading the Digital Inequalities strand of the Digital Technology, Communication & Education research group (DTCE RSG) at Manchester.

Felix Kwihangana's contributions

Meet and Discuss – Digital Education

This Digital Education SIG meeting was held to network with colleagues, learn about the activities of the SIG and plans for 2024 and onwards. This meeting was hosted online, with the opportunity...

Past event25 Jan 2024Virtual

Digital Education

The purpose of the Digital Education SIG is to provide a meeting place for BERA members interested in the application and impact of new technologies in education across both curricular and...

Special Interest Group