Richard Kimbell was the first professor of Technology Education in London University and in 1990 he launched the Technology Education Research Unit (TERU). TERU research exists at the interface of learning, assessment and technology, and over 25 years, research sponsors included Research Councils, industry, government departments, as well as professional and charitable organizations. Kimbell has published widely in the field; was author of the ‘Outstanding Publication’ of 1999 (Council on Technology Teacher Education); and has produced reports for the National Academy of Engineering, the National Science Foundation and for the Congress of the United States, for UNESCO and NATO. He was a Distinguished Scholar at the University of British Columbia, an Honorary Research Fellow at Edith Cowan University in Perth Australia, and a Visiting Professor at the University of Stockholm.
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