Martine Mannion is a lecturer, researcher and trainer. Having worked successfully in the IT industry since leaving school, she moved into education 15 years ago, teaching computing at the early years, primary and secondary levels while also supporting teachers in the application of innovative pedagogical practices such as TPACK and 21CLD frameworks to effectively deliver technology-enhanced learning. Martine recently became a lecturer of computing in further and higher education.
Martine an MSc with distinction in computing in education at Nottingham Trent University in 2018, and was awarded the School of Education’s dissertation award for her research into identifying drivers to inspire girls to study computer science. As an early career researcher, Martine will continue her educational research at PhD. level around the development of ‘feminine constructivism aided by the use of physical computing in the classroom’, while continuing to advocate drivers to inspire female study and interest in computer science via further blogs and journal articles.