The central questions to be explored are: How can educational management and staff prepare for, deal with, and respond to a range of legal issues which challenge educational settings today? What implications does this have for teacher education EDLaw Final Report
This project is intended to generate a working model to underpin a larger scale research project, to enable team to pilot a methodology and yield some initial working models for conceptual and skills progression. CENSLP Final Report
To map the third level education infrastructure of the island of Ireland in an effort to gauge its preparedness to exploit creative economy growth. The particular focus will rest on courses and qualification geared at the future creative industry workers. The primary goal of this project is to map the Irish education system’s ability to match …
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The 2016 North-South Student Exchange Project took place between February and April 2016 and involved 8 students from four colleges of education: Stranmillis University College, Belfast; St Patrick’s College, Drumcondra, Dublin; Church of Ireland College of Education, Dublin; Froebel Department of Primary and Early Childhood Education, NUI Maynooth.
The 13th SCoTENs annual conference on the theme, Teacher Education for Social Justice will take place on Thursday 15th & Friday 16th October 2015 in the Strand Hotel, Limerick. As always, the conference will also offer panel discussions and a variety of cross-border workshops involving practitioners presenting their work related to educating for social justice. For further …
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