Mark Sealey
 

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Positions



Contributor, MyMac website

2008


Contributing reviewer, MacNN website

                                                                                                                                 2008


Contributing editor ThinkSecret reviews, news stories, Apple software and publications 

2001-2007


Founder and CEO MarkWorks, Web Solutions

1999-present


Senior Software Engineer J Paul Getty Trust Web Services Los Angeles

1998-present


Web Editor Milken Exchange website, Santa Monica CA

1997-98


Editor International Society for Technology in Education 'Buyers Guide' website

1996-97


Editor InteracTive magazine

1995-97


Consultant CableTel

1995-96


Editor Educational Computing and Technology magazine

1993-1995


Consultant, designer, developer:

  1. National Council for Educational Technology (now BECTa)

  2. British Computer Society

  3. University of Central Lancashire

  4. Inner London Computing Centre

  5. Centre for World Development Education

  6. ACITT

  7. MESU

  8. TAG Developments

  9. Icon Technology

  10. Colton

  11. Sherston Software

  12. RISC Developments

  13. BBC Domesday Project

  14. KartoffelSoft

1983-present


Founded and directed London Logo Learners

1984-86


Developed schools, colleges and university departments courseware, resources, materials

1982-92


Founded and coordinated UK Software Exporters' Consortium

1994-96


Classroom teacher:

  1. Ashmount Junior School, London

  2. Cowley Infant/Junior School, London

  3. Larkhall Junior School, London

1980-83


Deputy Head Teacher Haverigg Primary School, Cumbria

1989-93


Lecturer, tutor London University, Goldsmiths'

1983-93


Lecturer, tutor
Open University

1983-93


Lecturer, tutor Lambeth multipurpose Teachers Centre

1983-93


Lecturer, tutor Brixton College of Further Education

1983-93


Teacher Verona, Italy (public and private education systems)

1975-79


Instructor, translator Mondadori SpA, Verona Italy

1976-79


Publications


MusicWeb (UK) freelance reviewer, serious music CDs

2007


Classical Net (international) art music reviewer, CDs and music books

2006 - present


Times Educational Supplement

1983-present


Technology and Learning magazine

1997-2000

Articles on education and technology

  1. Financial Times

  2. Guardian

  3. Daily Telegraph

  4. occasionally tabloids

1983-present


Beebug magazine, Editor, education section

1987-1992


Technical and educational reviews, features, articles

  1. Archive

  2. Risc User

  3. Archimedes World

  4. Acorn Computing

  5. Acorn User

magazines

1987-present


MacFormat magazine technical reviews and features

1996-present


Junior Education (Scholastic)

1985


Prestel (British Telecom's original on-line service)

1985-1992


Support Information Database (Acorn) online education Editor and consultant

1986-89


SchoolTechExpo (New York)

1999


book, TCM 'Integrating Mathematics in the Middle School Technology Curriculum'

1998


BETT (London) exhibition/conference marketing, steering committees; project managing

1985-1996


Mill Hill School/Koeksuster Publications

1994-96


RESOURCE (Doncaster, UK)

1993-96


Conference: Education Superhighways (Cambridge, England, Financial Times/UK Government)

1995


NECC (Baltimore, MD) moderator, moral education at tertiary level

1995


ILEA (UK's largest school district) schools/teacher journals articles

1984-89


Formal Education



University of California Los Angeles Writers' Program including ‘Introduction to Fiction - Grade A’

1998


Kings' College, University of London  Masters Degree (MA) in Mathematics Education (technology specialty, dissertation summa cum laude)

1986-88


University of London, EMU formal and professional Diplomas, Certificates in education, technology, management, public relations, personnel management etc; several summa cum laude

1985-1990


University of London, Goldsmiths' Postgraduate Teaching Certificate

1979-1980


Anglia Polytechnic University, Cambridge  Bachelor of Arts (IIi Hons) English and History)

1971-74


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