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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 ...
Let the children play: children’s rights and our responsibilities (Pre-published version)
(Early Childhood Ireland, 2018)
An evaluation of education provision for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder in Ireland
(National Council for Special Education [Department of Education and Science], 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 ...
Exploring key components of effective early intervention for children with special educational needs
(INTO [Irish National Teacher's Organisation], 2015)