Kaleidoscope for Learning was established in 2012 by Christine Jack. Christine has worked in education for over 20 years as a teacher and educational consultant.
She has an excellent reputation for supporting schools to use technology to enhance teaching and learning by sharing good practice, encouraging innovation, evaluating the benefits of new technologies and supporting their implementation.
Christine has worked extensively with schools and local authorities across the North East and, through the Northern Grid for Learning and the National Education Network, across the UK. This means she has an excellent understanding of what will and won’t work in schools. She knows all schools are different and will talk to you to ensure our support meets your specific needs.
Christine is Chair of Governors at an outstanding special school in North Tyneside. As well a BA in Psychology and Philosophy and a PGCE she also has an MBA in Education. She is currently studying for a Doctorate in Education focusing on 21st Century Learning and Assessment.