Serafim Gascoigne is an international speaker, a priest, expert and pioneer in Teen Education. He pioneered the use of the computer as a tool for thinking, publishing Microchild, Turtle Fun and The Purple Planet with Macmillan Education, UK. He was a senior consultant to Children and Computers, an $8 million program funded by the Ontario Government. He is founder of the Computers in the Community program in New Zealand, establishing a computer learning center, accredited by the New Zealand Ministry of Education and ran programs for Youth at Risk with the NZ Department of Justice. A presenter at international conferences (UNESCO) and a free-lance writer for IDG and Sybex (John Wiley), Fr Serafim draws on his vast experience of successfully working with young people.
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