Ronnie Ehren

Invicta Grammar School

Ronnie is an assistant headteacher at Invicta Grammar School in Maidstone. He is responsible for e-learning across the school and also Year 11. He started his teaching career in 2002, and has since held positions including ICT across the curriculum co-ordinator and head of year for years 11, 12 and 13.
Ronnie has recently completed a masters degree in Learning and Teaching at Oxford University, which focussed on e-learning and the effective implementation and use of technology in the classroom.
He is regularly involved in delivering staff CPD at Invicta Grammar School and continues to drive forward the use and development of digital technology within the school to help improve teaching and learning.


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