Minority language pupils and the curriculum – closing the achievement gap

The aim of this project was to hold two seminars on teaching English as an Additional Language (EAL), one at Ulster University in Coleraine and the other at Marino Institute of Education in Dublin, and to produce a digital resource based on these events. The seminars were entitled Minority language pupils and the curriculum – …
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All Ireland Doctoral Student Research Conference (AIDSRC)

To project held a conference which took place in May 2013 in the School of Education  in UCD for doctoral students in education on the island of Ireland.  This was the fifth Doctoral Conference that SCoTENS co-funded. All Ireland Doctoral Student Research Conference Report  


North-South Language Educators Conference

To organise and run a conference for 40/50 delegates drawn from language teacher educators, primary and post-primary north and south to be held in Queen’s University Belfast.  


Dyslexia, Literacy and Inclusion – Conference

To help fund a conference which seeks to: Develop a dynamic interface on the island of Ireland that will harness educational theory, research and practice on the special educational needs, dyslexia for the purposes of enhancing learning and teaching in schools. Promote collaboration between Northern Irish and Southern Irish educational practitioners into what constitutes best …
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3rd North-South Conference on Initial Teacher Education

3-4 June 2005 A North/South Conference on the theme of ‘Competencies approach to teacher education’ incorporating the following: An outline of policy trends in teacher education within EU and OECD countries, especially those incorporating the competencies model. A description and discussion of the approach currently operating in Northern Ireland A description and discussion of the …
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