Watch the YouTube video below about how an encounter with a student changed my view on learning with technology.
More About Zachary
In 2018, Zachary joined the University College London (UCL) Institute of Education (IOE) as an Associate Professor. UCL IOE is ranked #1 in the world in Education (QS World University Rankings).
At IOE, Zachary currently serves in the Department of Psychology and Human Development as Joint Academic Head of Learning and Teaching and the Programme Leader for Graduate Programs in Special Education and International Inclusive Leadership.
Prior to joining IOE, Zachary was a a faculty member at the National Institute of Education in Singapore from 2013-2018. He was named a Think College Emerging Scholar (2012), a Millennium Milestone Maker by the World Academy for the Future of Women (2015), was awarded the John Cheung Social Media Award for Innovation in Teaching and Pedagogy (2015), and nominated for the Wharton School Reimagine Education Awards (2016).
Zachary’s current work focuses on educational neuroscience, mobile technology, and leadership. He has delivered talks to education leaders and higher education faculty in North America, Central America, Europe, Africa, and Asia.
In addition to his interests in education and leadership, Zachary enjoys playing tackle chess, doing cold yoga, and catching rhinos with his bare hands.