Tracy Broadbent is the Technical Lead at a Primary School in Dorset and supports the transformational use of ICT through alternative solutions within South West schools. Tracy’s enthusiasm to integrate gaming within teaching and learning is second to none, with an unbound passion for all sorts of games as empowering tools to evolve the way that children learn, engaging them on all levels. In 2015, Tracy was invited to teach at the official MINECON Convention and is working with Microsoft to further develop Minecraft in Education. You can find on Twitter @cosygamer.
Ray Chambers is currently the Head of IT/Computing at Uppingham Community College. He has a passion for computer programming after studying a degree in computing at De Montfort University in Leicester. Ray has a particular passion for the use of of Minecraft in the classroom and in 2011, Ray was a finalist in the Microsoft Innovative Teachers forum and in 2014 he showcased his work on the use of TouchDevelop at the Global Forum in Barcelona. In 2015, Ray won the National Teaching Award for Outstanding use of Technology, and a Bafta in the Young Game Designers competition. He also co-authored the BBC micro:bit Quick Start Guide for Teachers. His Twitter handle is @lanky_boi_ray.