Hugh John catches up with Renaldo Lawrence, 'the quiet revolutionary'
There was an epiphany, vividly remembered. ”I was teaching PE in Grey Coat Hospital school in London and the network manager had two screens up in one of the classrooms, with two programs running simultaneously, Microsoft Word and PhotoDraw. And he dragged a picture from PhotoDraw into Microsoft Word. It blew my mind. At this point I had no idea what a computer did. I had done nothing with technology. I could barely spell the word ‘computer’.
"And this is why I tell teachers that if I can do it, anybody can do it. Anybody. All it takes is a willingness to do it and an investment of time."