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The voice of the child in 21st Century education matters, now more than ever (Pre-published version)
(Australian Association for Research in Education, 2016)
In education systems today there is a real danger of children’s voices being swamped by those of bureaucrats, economists and politicians. I believe to ensure we remain responsive to learners we have to listen and respond ...
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 ...