Subscriber of the week

6th January 2012 at 00:00
Fiona Hunter, from Edinburgh, primary principal teacher seconded as a digital development officer

How long have you subscribed?

Five years. Before, I just read the staffroom copy.

Why did you start?

To keep up to date with developments at a time when the curriculum was changing.

What do you read first?

I flick through the whole magazine, then read the news section more closely.

What should there be more of in TESS?

Examples of great practice in schools.

Who would you like to see writing in TESS?

Sir John Jones. His keynote at the Scottish Learning Festival was inspirational.

What's the best thing we've done?

I enjoyed your social media coverage in the summer.

What would you be excited to see on the front page?

"Scotland becomes first country to offer students anytime, anywhere access to technology."

What is TESS?

A perfect way to keep up to date with what's going on in education.

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