Teaching... Leading... Coaching

Sharing my experiences as an educational leader and consultant

About me

Bukky Yusuf has worked in education for over two decades and teaches secondary sciences to A level. She has undertaken a number of leadership roles within mainstream / special schools and is also an ambassador for Leadership Matters.

Bukky has a variety of Ed(ucation) Tech(nology) experiences which includes whole school implementation of mobile devices to enhance teaching and learning, participating as a judge for BETT Awards and serving as an education board member for Innovate My School.

As a qualified coach, Bukky is actively involved in a number of grassroot educational movements including WomenEd (network leader for WomenEd London), BAMEED and SLTchat, where she helps to develop a diverse range of leaders.

Bukky undertakes key note presentations, public speaking, work shops, working with teachers, working with schools and colleges.

Get in touch if you would like Bukky to work with you, by emailing at rondelleten@gmail.com


November 2019: Panel discussion at Brighton EdTech Summit: The EdTech50 Schools – articulating impact and learning lessons.



November 2019: Presenting at @WomenEd #Harrow: Maintaining a Flexible Worklife balance.



November 2019: @WomenEd_Tech panel at the Academies Show, Birmingham: How can we empower more women to be EdTech Leaders?


October 2019: Presenting as an ambassador for Leadership Matters UK at Jo Richardson Community School. Presentation: Challenging Conversations and holding others to account.

Photo credit: Leadership Matters UK


August 2019: Fireside chat ‘Getting The Teacher’s Perspective’ London & Partners Technology in Education .

Photo credit: London & Partners


July 2019 BESA panel discussion: Old habits die hard: what should a 21st century work place look like? (Women in Education Suppliers Working Group launch).

Photo credit: BESA


ASCL Keynote: Conference for Heads of English, Maths Science. Creating a second impression of your leadership (July 2019)

 


Forest Gate Community School TeachMeet presentation about diversity in school staff and leadership (June 2019).

Photo credit: Sukaina Sesay (@sukyballace)

Representing @WomenEd_Tech on the TES / @HallamEdFest#edtech panel discussions (June 2019)

Photo credit: TES Resources


@WomenEd_Tech and diversity in leadership session at EduFest Le Rosey, Geneva (May 2019)

Photo credit: Sameena Choudhary


Delivery of SharePoint training to staff at Haberdashers’ Aske’s Crayford Academy (May 2019)


Nexus Education 2019 panel discussion : Why girls are not choosing Computer Science (February 2019)

Photo credit: Christina Watson @christina_uky


Podcast interview as part of the ‘100 Women podcast series’: How can you protect your well-being?

Photo credit: Ross Morrison McGill

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What Works Education Conference panel discussion at the London Book Fair (April 2018).


Presention #TMEdtech event sponsored by @UnioByHarness : Why educators should use Ed Tech’ (November 2017).


Hosted Q & A session at Fearless Futures’ Gender Assembly, following Professor Becky Francis’s Key Note: Gender and schooling: Some things change, some stay the same? (November 2017).

The EdTechPodcast #80 – User-centred design: co-creating best of breed edtech with teachers for teachers (August 2017)

EdTechPodcast #75 – LIVE podcast from London Edtech Week (June 2017)





WomenEd West Midlands Conference. Presentation: Developing Your Digital Leadership (March 2017).

Photo credit: Bablake
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