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ACCE President's Medal

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Paul Clapton-Caputo from EdTechSA

Paul Clapton-Caputo from EdTechSA

2019 ACCE President's Medal

Mr. Paul Clapton-Caputo has been awarded the inaugural ACCE
President’s Medal. This is a national award initiated by ACCE for the first
time this year. It will only be awarded occasionally to recognise the
contributions of national leaders in systemic or research fields who
influence the quality of the Digital Technologies curriculum in keeping with
the goals and mission of the Australian Council for Computers in
Education.

Paul is held in high esteem by the writers of the Australian Curriculum
Technologies and the ICT General Capability. He is highly respected
nationally and his contributions at the national forums he represents the
department on holds his insights and strategic thinking in the highest
regard. Paul’s contributions to state and national forums help shape this
complex, challenging and critical area of learning.

Highlights of Paul’s achievements include the extensive work he has done
in initiating, progressing and influencing cooperative efforts to establish
resources, networks and initiatives that progress learning technologies
within his home state of South Australia and nationally. He is passionate in
his focus on what it means to Think Technologically and addressing digital
poverty, ethics of technology and pedagogical practice firmly founded in
classroom practice. Paul has an exceptional ability to take the complexity of
technology in all its many forms in education and frame it in practical and
explicit leadership that impacts the classroom and individual student’s
experience of learning.