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An investigation into the profile of entrants to concurrent (post-primary) initial teacher education in Ireland, 2009–2020 (Routledge, 2021-03-26)In recent times, Ireland’s post-primary schools have experienced considerable social, cultural, economic and technological change. As a result newly qualified teachers are entering an increasingly diverse and rapidly ...
The effects of peer feedback, within an ‘assessment as learning’ approach, on the learning and development of student-teachers (University of Cumbria, 2020-09-21)This paper describes a study that examined the effects of peer feedback on the learning and development of a group of eighty-one second-year undergraduate post-primary student-teachers on a four-year concurrent initial ...
(Centre for Global Education, 2019)This article explores the relationship between development education (DE) and the notion of teachers’ identity. The Teaching Council’s Code of Professional Conduct for Teachers (2016a) is seen as a significant step forward ...
“Didn’t know she could shout that loud”: the performance of fandom among women followers of women’s golf (2022-06-20)While a growing body of evidence exists around women fans of men’s sport, less is known about women fans’ perspectives and identities in relation to women’s sport, and what is known tends to focus on homogenous representations ...
The teacher as co-creator of drama: a phenomenological study of the experiences and reflections of Irish primary school teachers. (Routledge, 2017-05-24)Classroom drama in the Irish primary school context remains a relatively new endeavour and is largely under-researched. The knowledge base for all aspects of teacher education should be informed by rigorous reflection on ...