Ensuring Frog is being developed for you.
We work with education and industry experts to ensure we develop our product in line with where education and other sectors are today and where they are heading tomorrow.
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Alistair Smith has been described as the UK’s leading trainer in modern learning methods. He has delivered over 1,100 training and development events and is still counting.
He is the author of best selling books including books on learning, brain development and more recently on the culture of high performing schools.
For ten years Alistair was chair of Alite Ltd, a company which was at the forefront of developing learning in schools. Alistair works in both education and sport and is known for high quality presentations and innovative approaches to development and coaching. For over ten years he has been the designated learning consultant to the Football Association. He has helped the Football Association design and deliver the worlds’ first Elite Coaches course and been central to the re-design of their UEFA Pro Licence towards a competency based approach.
Frog Education is pleased to have Mark Anderson, ICT Evangelist, as a complementary addition to the Education Advisory Board panel. Mark brings a wealth of experience in the education sector, incorporating more than twenty years within the classroom environment.
With a heartfelt vocation to positively impact children’s futures on a larger scale, his influence grew under the ICT Evangelist pseudonym (also his Twitter handle).
Now an accomplished keynote speaker, independent strategist and trainer, Mark is a passionate advocate for the purposeful use of technology linked to pedagogy. As Apple Distinguished Educator, Google Certified Innovator and Microsoft Certified Educator, his interest in Frog places the brand in good company alongside high profile tech providers in the sector.
Mark will ensure sound pedagogical principles are embedded, supporting Frog to exceed expectation and deliver on founding values.
Mick Walker’s teaching career extended over eighteen years including work in secondary, sixth form and Further Education institutions as well as work in Higher Education as an external examiner.
He has also worked as a local education authority advisory teacher and as a general adviser working with primary and secondary schools. Throughout his teaching career, he has been closely associated with the assessment system holding the posts of chief examiner and senior moderator.
Following his position as head of the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority’s (QCA) regulatory monitoring programme, Mick played a key role in the National Assessment Authority’s (NAA) modernisation programme leading on support for examiner recruitment and recognition of their professional status through the formation of what is now the Chartered Institute of Educational Assessors (CIEA).
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