The purpose of the matching service is to help find partners in a relevant subject area from the other jurisdiction.

As the funding is for a collaborative project, a minimum of two partners is required;  one of the lead partners must be a SCoTENS member institution in the South and one of the lead partners must be a SCoTENS member institution in the North. Other partners (e.g. schools or NGOs) do not necessarily have to be members of SCoTENS, but the application should make clear why their involvement is important to the project.

How it works…

If you need a partner, please complete the application form here.

The completed form will then be posted on the relevant  web page, depending on whether you are seeking a northern or southern partner,  along with your basic details.

Anyone who is looking for a partner in that jurisdiction can then see what your subject area is and click through to the full form to find your contact details.

Title Ref Researcher Institution Seeking a partner from Details
Reflective Practice among FET student teachers 02/02/2017 - 13 Dr. Ciaran O Mathuna Marino Institute of Education NI 02/02/2017 - 13
Artist in Residency Programmes in ITE: Coordination and Collaboration 02/02/2017 - 13 Dr Tríona Stokes and Dance Artist Lisa Cahill Froebel Dept of Primary and ECEMaynooth University NI 02/02/2017 - 13
An Appreciative Inquiry into Bullying Behaviour, School Culture and Teacher Empathy in a DEIS Boys Primary School. 01/09/2017 - 13 - North Helena Murphy Dublin City University NI 01/09/2017 - 13 - North
Capturing and comparing the pedagogical content knowledge (PCK) of pre-service science teachers in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland 01/10/2017 - 13 - North Dr. Louise Lehane St Angelas College, a college of NUI Galway NI 01/10/2017 - 13 - North
ISLE: Island Socio-scientific Learning Environments 01/27/2017 - 13 - North Dr. Tom McCloughlin Dublin City University NI 01/27/2017 - 13 - North
Godly Play Cross-border Initiative 01/30/2017 - 13 - North Cora O'Farrell Institute of Education, Dublin City University NI 01/30/2017 - 13 - North
Retired Professionals Mentoring Programme in Education and the Community 01/31/2017-13 - North Dr Trudy Corrigan Dublin City University NI 01/31/2017-13 - North
Music and Initial Teacher Education in Ireland and Northern Ireland: A Study of Provision, Attitudes and Values 02-2016/17-North G Moore/J O'Flynn UL/St Pat's NI 02-2016/17-North
An exploration of pre-service teacher’s perceptions of play in the early years’ classroom 01-2016/17-North Dr Tara Concannon-Gibney Marino Institute of Education, Dublin NI 01-2016/17-North
A study of Higher Education Initial Educator courses offered by Higher Education Institutions in Ireland. 01-2013/4-south Dr J. Allen Queens University Belfast ROI 01-2013/4-south
Evaluation of the use of MyMaths in secondary mathematics ITE 01-2013/4-south I. Cantley Queens University Belfast ROI 01-2013/4-south
ARITE – Action Research in Initial Teacher Education 01-2014/5-north M. Ní Ríordáin NUI, Galway NI 01-2014/5-north
Mindfulness Training to Enhance Well‐being Among Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) Professionals 02-2014/5-north C. O’Toole NUI, Maynooth NI 02-2014/5-north
Virtual Reality platforms for Game‐Based Learning 03-2014/5-north J. Corbett Simvirtua Ltd., t/a MissionV NI 03-2014/5-north
Reflective Practice in ITE
Importance of Reflective Practice in Teaching Careers
04-2014/5-north H. Leonard Mater Dei Institute of Education NI 04-2014/5-north
Foundations Disciplines and Teacher Education: Opportunities and Challenges 05-2014/5-north A.Canny, E. O’Sullivan and A. Neary Mary Immaculate College and University of Limerick NI 05-2014/5-north
Enhancing the Teaching‐Learning Environment in Professional Development Programmes for Teachers in Further and Adult Education in Ireland. 02-2013/4-north A. Cagney Waterford Institute of Technology NI 02-2013/4-north
Innovation in Further Education Teaching 04-2013/4-north M. Kenny NUI, Maynooth NI 04-2013/4-north
The Development and Maintenance of a Community of Practice 05-2013/4-north M. Parker University of Limerick NI 05-2013/4-north
An investigation into alterophobia (prejudice directed towards members of ‘alternative’ sub-cultures) amongst young people 07-2013/4-north S. Minton Trinity College Dublin NI 07-2013/4-north
School-University Partnership Research (SUPR) Project 08-2013/4-north M. Heinz NUI, Galway NI 08-2013/4-north
Promoting inclusion for students with Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties (EBD) in mainstream Post Primary education : Interventions to support change in student teacher attitudes and practice 08-2013/4-north G. Scanlon Dublin City University NI 08-2013/4-north

NOTE: The Matching Service is set up to facilitate people finding potential research partners by providing information about those who are also looking. SCoTENS is not responsible for arranging introductions or meetings etc. – you must make the initial contact with a potential partner.

*Please notify Ruth Taillon once you have found a suitable partner, so your details can be removed from the webpage.

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