All Ireland Doctoral Student Research Conference (AIDSRC)

Project Aims To hold a conference which will take place in May 2013 in the School of Education  in UCD for doctoral students in education on the island of Ireland.  This is the fifth Doctoral Conference that SCoTENS has co-funded  


Facing Autism Ireland 2009

26 – 27 June 2009 Europa Hotel, Belfast This conference will update evidence based practice in the treatment of ASD to ensure that parents and professionals have the best possible information. This conference will follow on from three previous conferences.  


Doctoral research in education – links, challenges and opportunities

The purpose of this application is to seek funding which will allow University College Dublin and Queen’s University Belfast to organise an All-Ireland research conference for doctoral students pursuing their studies in education in any of the Higher Education institutions in Ireland. It is expected that the conference will take place in Spring 2011 at …
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How can post-primary religious education do academic development and personal development, do them together and do them both well?

This project will focus on: Bringing together Teacher Educators and Post-Primary Teachers, school principals and other interested stakeholders from Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland to explore together the integration of academic and personal development within Post-Primary Religious Education. Exploring both theoretically and practically, the thesis that academic scholarship supported by public examination certification …
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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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IASSEE Annual Conference 2009

 


Building Research Capacity North and South

18-19 February 2005 All Hallows College, Drumcondra, Dublin A joint venture conference convened by ESAI & BERA supported by SCoTENS To organise two research training days, one in Northern Ireland in Autumn 2006 and one in the Republic of Ireland in Spring 2007. The topics to be discussed include: ethics and educational research; mapping of …
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ESAI-BERA Educational Research Seminar

6 December 2006 Cathcart Room, School of Education, Queen’s University, Belfast An Educational Research Seminar sponsored by the Centre for Cross Border Studies and the Standing Conference of Teacher Educators – North and South (SCoTENS), and facilitated by the British Educational Research Association (BERA) and the Educational Studies Association of Ireland (ESAI). The event has …
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IASSEE Annual Conference 2005

20-21 June 2005 Stranmillis University College, Belfast The fifth annual conference of IASSEE, the Irish Association for Social, Scientific and Environmental Education, was held in Stranmillis University College, Belfast on 20th and 21st June 2005. IASSEE is a group of teacher educators working in the areas of geography, history and science education. Around ten institutions …
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IASSEE Annual Conference 2003

A number of papers were presented at this conference, abstracts of which can be read by clicking on the titles below. The World and the Universe as a Source for Teacher Thinking through SESE Philomena Donnelly, Ph D Student, St Patrick’s College, Drumcondra This paper will explore children’s natural curiosity abuot the world, the stars, …
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