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Tony Brandenburg, MEd. Grad. Dip (Ed Studies, Computers) FACCE, is an educator who has been involved with educational technology for more than 30 years.

TonyBHe has taught at all levels of education both in Australia and overseas and has worked with government departments in Australia and the Middle East.

…Tony is a clear thinker, a very good planner and has exceptional interpersonal skills; under his leadership ICTEV (a Victorian teachers association), and indirectly ACCE, (A national body of Teacher Associations) has flourished. His attention to detail, diligence and leadership are strengths. However I think his greatest strength is his ability to be creative and innovative in looking for solutions to problems – Professor Geoff Romeo

Since April 2010 he has been president of the Australian Council for Computers in Education. He is a past president of ICTEV (State Teacher’s Association) and served on the ACCE Board from 2005 until 2008 including a year as treasurer. In 2005 he was presented with the ACCE’s Australian leader of the year in Educational Technology and in 2010 was made a Fellow of the Council.. He lists his passions as spending quality time with his family, educational technology pedagogy, strategic planning/policy development, travel and snow skiing. (usually in that order!)

During  2010 he presented on the topics of ICT leadership at the ISTE affiliates meeting in Denver Colorado, on Personalised Learning at the World Computer Conference in Brisbane, Australia, and was invited by ictQATAR, in the Middle East, to be one of their international experts on the implementation of digital content.

…Tony is a dynamic communicator, administrator, leader and educator.  His wealth of broad experience, formal and informal education and professional development and abounding energy sees him achieve consistently what would normally be the improbable. Greg Lane, Principal

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