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Mathematical under-preparedness: The influence of the pre-tertiary mathematics experience on students’ ability to make a successful transition to tertiary level mathematics courses in Ireland (Pre-published version)
(Taylor & Francis, 2007)
Internationally, the consequences of the ‘Mathematics problem’ are a source of concern for the education sector and governments alike. Growing consensus exists that the inability of students to successfully make the ...
An evaluation of education provision for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder in Ireland
(National Council for Special Education [Department of Education and Science], 2016)
Joining the dots: Connecting change, post-primary development education, initial teacher education and an inter-disciplinary cross-curricular context
(Centre for Global Education, 2018)
This Perspectives article develops a rationale for the integration of a development education (DE) approach into initial teacher education (ITE) within a cross-curricular framework. The perspective is grounded in the ...
Where to now for early childhood care and education (ECCE) graduates? A study of the experiences of Irish BA ECCE degree graduates
(Taylor & Francis [Routledge], 2013)
International definitions of early childhood locate the field with the care and education of children between birth and six years. In Ireland, this definition applies to both pre-school and the infant classes of primary ...
An examination of concepts of school readiness among parents and educators in Ireland
(Department of Children and Youth Affairs [Ireland], 2016)
Streets ahead: findings on outdoor play from the growing up in Ireland study
(Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick, 2018)
An exploration of the evidential base for early childhood education and care professional practice placement in higher education institutes in Ireland
(PLÉ [Pedagogy Learning Education], 2016)
Exploring teacher-artist partnership as a model of CPD for supporting and enhancing arts education in Ireland: A research report
(Department of Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs, 2016)
We are at a crossroads in Ireland with regard to teacher-artist partnerships. This joint governmental approach to these partnerships represents a crucial move towards a cohesive arts education strategy for schools. This ...