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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 ...
Roots and Wings: Teacher Education for Diversity in a Changing Ireland
(Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy/The European Cultural Foundation, Dublin., 2003)
Early Childhood Discourse: Problematising some Conceptual issues in Statutory Frameworks.
(Irish Educational Studies: Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2002)
Three principles of Serendip : insight, chance, and discovery in qualitative research
(Qualitative Studies in Education: Taylor & Francis, 1996)
This article discusses the role of serendipity in qualitative research. Drawing on ideas and methodological suggestions from a set of classic and recent fieldwork accounts, the authors examine conceptions of serendipity ...
'Behind the teacher’s back': an ethnographic study of deaf people’s schooling experiences in the Republic of Ireland (Pre-published version)
Historically, the valuing of deaf children’s voices on their own schooling has been underrepresented in educational policies, curriculum frameworks and discursive practices and, in particular, in the debates and controversies ...
Changes in roles and relationships in a school-university partnership
(Caddo Gap Press, 1997)
Time, space and presences: Bangladeshi girls' friendships in an English primary school
(Social Care Ireland, 2000)
The study reported here examined what it is like to be and have friends and how developing conceptions of friendships become embedded in children's peer cultures. It took place in two mixed Year 5 and Year 6 classes in a ...
Diversity in early years education North and South: Implications for teacher education
(The Centre for Cross Border Studies, 2004)