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     2017 CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

    (Click on the titles below to download relevant presentations)

      

    TIMETABLE


    (CS)
    Art Therapy, A Sensory Approach Working with Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
    Aisling Brennan

    (P)
    The development of children's computational thinking skills, through the use of Lego We Do 2.0 materials, in a constructionist inquiry based science learning environment.
    Francis Tormey

    (PP)
    "Promoting the use of feedback strategies in the Business Studies classroom to enhance student learning experiences for Junior Cycle".
    Sharon Kiely

    (CS)
    Supporting School Re-entry for students following Traumatic Brain Injury-An Irish Perspective
    Avril Carey

    (CS)
    Collaborative Instruction: Exploring the impact of co-teaching practices on the academic progress, opinions and self-perceptions of children with and without Additional Support Needs (ASNs)
    Paula Lehane

    (PP)
    A Restorative Trail: Restorative Practice - opening up new capacities of hearts and minds in school communities
    Michelle Stowe

    (P)
    Introducing the use of ePortfolios to Support Assessment through Action Research
    Cliona Galvin

    (P)
    The ways in which Irish Primary School Teachers Support Reading Engagement in The Digital Age
    Andy Whelan

    (CS)
    Motivation of Teachers in Special Schools:  An Analysis of Motivation and Influencing Factors
    Patrick J Murphy

    (CS)
    Working against the grain; engaging young people in conversations  about sexuality and gender through drama.
    Dave Flynn

    (P)
    An Intervention Study Exploring How Children Develop the Concept of Multiplication
    Sorcha Browne

    (P)
    A Personal Reflection on Education
    Fearghal Ryan

    (P)
    The Provision of Special Education in Irish Primary Schools.
    Celia Walsh

    (P)
    How process drama and co-operative learning can enhance co-operation and communication skills in Primary School pupils
    Catriona Mulrooney

    (PP)
    Developing Models of Cooperative Learning to Promote Literacy and Numeracy across the Curriculum
    Dara Fitzpatrick

    (P)
    The process of school self-evaluation in our primary schools and the practices that are evident in its implementation
    Cliodhna Devlin

     


    (P)
    Action, Change, and Co-teaching: Professional Relationships and Professional Learning during the Induction of Newly Qualified Teachers
    Ciara Uí Chonduibh

    (FE)
    Supporting teacher researchers - an action researcher's experience
    Annelie Carslake

    (P)
    As easy as 1,2,3....how schools can support parents to create a meaningful home numeracy environment for their children
    Lize Vaughan

    (PP)
    Responding to Challenges and complexity in Europe - Exploring Practices of Culturally Responsive Assessment in Irish Schools (An Assessment strategy whose time has come)
    Martin Brown

    (P)
    Droichead: The Currents Beneath
    Barbara Mulvihill

    (PP)
    Transition Year: An example of leadership for learning?
    Michelle Bradley

    (CS)
    Teacher Research - The road less travelled
    Carmel Lillis

    (CS)
    Parental Involvement: Rhetoric or Reality. A comparative study of parental involvement in Irish primary schools.
    Susan Gibney


    (P)
    Exploring pupils’ motivation and creativity to engage with the composing strand through the implementation of a compositional programme using Irish traditional music.
    Aoife Greene

    (P)
    The challenge of perpetual motion - the willingness and desire of the Irish primary school principals to juggle everything
     Martin Stynes

    (P)
     To investigate the relationship between children’s psychological well-being and breakfast club engagement in primary schools.
     Tess Hughes

    (CS)
    Belonging: Development of a teacher educator identity
    Karen Buckley

     

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