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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)
A melange or a mosaic of theories? How theoretical perspectives on children’s learning and development can inform a responsive pedagogy in a redeveloped primary school curriculum
(Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick, 2018)
We are living in a rapidly evolving society, where cultural, ethnic, religious, and linguistic diversity is the norm. Parallel to this changing societal zeitgeist is the development of an increasing awareness and understanding ...
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 ...
Exploring key components of effective early intervention for children with special educational needs
(INTO [Irish National Teacher's Organisation], 2015)
Engaging practitioners as co-researchers in national policy evaluations as resistance to patriarchal constructions of expertise: the case of the end of year three evaluation of the access and inclusion model
(Frontiers Media, 2022-12-23)
Seventeen Practitioner Researchers (PRs) were engaged as co-researchers in an evaluation commissioned by Ireland’s Department of Childhood, Equality, Disability, Integration, and Youth (DCEDIY), as an innovative aspect in ...