Peter has worked as a computing and philosophy teacher, curriculum designer, senior examiner, teacher educator and educational researcher.
He is interested in how computing can be used as a vehicle for social mobility and how interpretations of computing help reinforce social inequalities.
Peter is actively involved with digital arts education through the 3Dami organisation.
Peter's research interests include:
- equity and computing
- creativity and computing
- digital arts education (particularly 3D and VFX)
- comparability of exam outcomes
Peter teaches on the 'Studying Policy & Professional Practice' module on the PGCE Computing course at King's.
Peter is able to advise on topics around how computing education relates to equity, creativity, art and multimedia, as well as work using large datasets such as the national pupil database, school workforce census, HESA database and PISA.
For further details on his research and publications, visit Pete's research staff profile on PURE.