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Mentors, Not Models: supporting teachers to be empowered in an Irish context
(Symposium Journals, 2009)
This article explores the values and perceptions of Irish mentor teachers who have been involved in mentoring novice teachers. While situating this research within the historical context of the teaching profession in the ...
Endeavouring to teach mathematical problem solving from a constructivist perspective: the experiences of primary teachers
(Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick, 2009)
The Irish primary mathematics curriculum is based upon a constructivist philosophy of learning. As constructivism is a theory of learning and not teaching, it requires teachers to identify the implications for teaching. ...
Roots and Wings: Teacher Education for Diversity in a Changing Ireland
(Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy/The European Cultural Foundation, Dublin., 2003)
Gender and Religious Education in the Primary Classroom.
(Lumino Press, 2007)
Early Childhood Discourse: Problematising some Conceptual issues in Statutory Frameworks.
(Irish Educational Studies: Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2002)
God in the ‘bits and pieces of everyday’ – sacred objects and human encounter with the divine.
(Teaching Religious Education, 2008)
Why I am still a Catholic
(The Irish Catholic, 2009-10)
Pupils' and teachers' perceptions of a culminating festival within a sport education season in Irish primary schools
(Routledge Taylor and Francis, 2009)
Background: Whilst there is considerable literature on Sport Education [SE] little attention has been afforded to an investigation into the use of a specific festival as a culmination to a season. Purpose: The purpose ...
Report on Educational Provisional for children with Down syndrome in mainstream primary schools in Limerick City and County
(CDU Mary Immaculate College, 2009)
This is a extract from the Report, which includes the Contents, acknowledgements, foreword and Summary.