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Teacher-Writer Memoirs as Lens for Writing Emotionally in a Primary Teacher Education Programme
(Teaching Education (Routledge), 2008)
This paper examines student teachers experiences of writing emotionally through the lens of teacher-writer memoirs. The participants were ninety-nine postgraduate student teachers in a sociology of teaching module in an ...
God in the ‘bits and pieces of everyday’ – sacred objects and human encounter with the divine.
(Teaching Religious Education, 2008)
Modeling the use of electronic books to engage young EFL readers in a teacher education methodology course in the U.A.E. (Pre-published version)
(TESOL Arabia, 2008)
Teaching “Reading” has traditionally focused on using conventional printed books. However, there is a growing shift towards interactive reading approaches, some of which may incorporate digital media. This article discusses ...
Educating religiously toward a public spirituality
(Boston College, 2008)
The question at the heart of this dissertation is: “How can Christian religious education help people know the value and importance of a healthy public/common life and further their interest and ability to participate in ...
Dissolving boundaries through technology in education: making a difference with ICT
(Ablex Publishing Corporation, 2008)
A total of 320 schools have participated in the Dissolving Boundaries programme since its launch in 1999. The number of schools involved increased from 146 in 2006-7 to 170 in 2007-8. All schools in Northern Ireland continue ...
What’s SWOT in attitudes towards young children in Danish after-school provision: perceptions from an ‘Irish lens’
(OMEP Ireland, 2008)
Based on observations of afterschool provision and interviews with stakeholders in Copenhagen, Denmark, this paper presents a SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats) analysis of the attitudes of adults ...