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Ian started by teaching in inner city comprehensives for twenty years then set up and is Senior Director of London Gifted & Talented.

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Ian started by teaching in inner city comprehensives for twenty years then set up and is Senior Director of London Gifted & Talented (www.londongt.org) part of the groundbreaking London Challenge, who have tackled issues of disadvantage across the city since 2004. LG&T have directly worked with well over 3,500 schools and 11,000 teachers nationally. More than 150,000 educators worldwide have used the free e resources.

Ian co-wrote ‘Educating the More Able Student’ and ‘World Class’ in 2016 and two new books on ‘Redefining More Able Education’ written with Ray Speakman in 2018. He has recently completed a book on learning called Unfinished Perfection, which focuses on Leonardo Da Vinci and explores strategies for improving creativity and innovation. As well as writing dozens of articles and chapters in national and international journals and compendiums, he has also spoken at over 100 international conferences.

He has also written award winning high challenge e-learning materials and several film screenplays. He set up the REAL Project (www.realproject.org.uk), a national programme that for five years has led the way to improve the provision of education for BME and EAL students. He has established and led several independent state school partnerships across the UK. He developed a suite of customised online learning materials for the Hong Kong Academy and for schools in Singapore and has worked directly with networks of schools in many countries across Europe and Africa, as well as in the Middle and Far East.

Ian’s chief areas of interest are professional development and urban gifted education, designing materials that address academic literacy for disadvantaged and underachieving students, online and independent education and ways to increase creativity and intellectual curiosity.

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Ian’s chief areas of interest are professional development and urban gifted education, designing materials that address academic literacy for disadvantaged and underachieving students, online and independent education and ways to increase creativity and intellectual curiosity.

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    • Ian’s chief areas of interest are professional development and urban gifted education, designing materials that address academic literacy for disadvantaged and underachieving students, online and independent education and ways to increase creativity and intellectual curiosity.

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