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Religious Education and the Public Sphere
(The Furrow:A Journal for the Contemporary Church:Maynooth, 2006)
Knowing the Score: Local Authorities and Music.
(St. Patricks College, Wexford Co. Council, Sligo County Council., 2009)
Réamhrá in Ó Bhéal an Bhab
(Cló Iar-Chonnachta, 2002)
Mentors, Not Models: supporting teachers to be empowered in an Irish context
(Symposium Journals, 2009)
This article explores the values and perceptions of Irish mentor teachers who have been involved in mentoring novice teachers. While situating this research within the historical context of the teaching profession in the ...
Conversation: A Key to Relationship for Action
(Columba Press, 2005)
Endeavouring to teach mathematical problem solving from a constructivist perspective: the experiences of primary teachers
(Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick, 2009)
The Irish primary mathematics curriculum is based upon a constructivist philosophy of learning. As constructivism is a theory of learning and not teaching, it requires teachers to identify the implications for teaching. ...
Roots and Wings: Teacher Education for Diversity in a Changing Ireland
(Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy/The European Cultural Foundation, Dublin., 2003)
Gender and Religious Education in the Primary Classroom.
(Lumino Press, 2007)
Early Childhood Discourse: Problematising some Conceptual issues in Statutory Frameworks.
(Irish Educational Studies: Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2002)