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An evaluation of special classes for pupils with specific speech and language disorder: a national report by the inspectorate of the department of education and science
(Department of Education and Science, 2005)
Barriers to inclusion: a case study of a pupil with severe learning difficulties in Ireland (Pre-published version)
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2005)
The aim of this study was to examine the inclusion of a pupil with a severe general learning difficulty in a four-teacher mainstream primary school, located in rural Ireland. The research employed a qualitative multiple ...
An evaluation of the special education support service (SESS)
(Department of Education and Skills, 2012)
An examination of concepts of school readiness among parents and educators in Ireland
(Department of Children and Youth Affairs [Ireland], 2016)
The importance of including the child’s voice in the transition process: signposts from a national evaluation of concepts of school readiness in Ireland (Pre-published version)
(Children's Research Network, 2016)
In a recent national evaluation of concepts of school readiness in Ireland commissioned by the Department of Children and Youth Affairs (DCYA) through the Irish Research Council (IRC), one of the participants, observed ...
Early years education-focused inspections: a reason to celebrate? (Pre-published version)
(Children's Research Network, 2015)
The Inspectorate of the Department of Education and Skills (DES), at the request of the Department of Children and Youth Affairs (DCYA), is currently developing a model of early years education-focused inspections (EYEIs) ...
The special needs assistant scheme: a value for money review of expenditure on the special needs assistant scheme
(Department of Education and Skills, 2011)
Ambitions for transitions: a guide to support every child’s progression from early years services to primary school
(Department of Education and Skills, 2018)
Signposts: a resource pack for teachers
(Department of Education and Skills, 2008)
Play and autism: the power of play to promote wellbeing (Pre-published version)
(Children's Research Network, 2018)
Children with autism spectrum differences (ASD) play in their own unique ways and differences between children with ASD and neurotypcial children include differences in spontaneous play, social play and pretend play (Jarrold ...