Beyond Covid19: Crisis lessons and ways forward for Early Childhood Education and Care in Ireland Part 1
Milica Atanackovic, Joanie Barron, Liz Kerrins, Colette Murray, Mathias Urban & Jennifer Guevara
Early Childhood Ireland, Wallaroo Playschool, Early Childhood Ireland, Technological University Dublin, DCU & DCU
Beyond Covid19: Crisis lessons and ways forward for Early Childhood Education and Care in Ireland Part 2
Emma Byrne-MacNamee, Sinéad Matson, Mathias Urban, Thomas Walsh & Jennifer Guevara
Montessori & Early Childhood Professionals Ireland, DCU, Maynooth University & DCU
Primary Panel Discussion
Dr. Paul Downes, Simon Lewis, Dr Brian Mooney, Niamh Murray and Sally O’ Herlihy Associate Professor at Institute of Education, DCU, Carlow Educate Together NS, Ireland’s Education Yearbook & Rutland St. National School
Dr. Paul Downes is Associate Professor of Psychology of Education and Director of the Educational Disadvantage Centre, Institute of Education, Dublin City University & Affiliate Professor University of Malta, Centre for Resilience and Socio-Emotional Health.
Second Level Panel Discussion hosted by Dr Brian Mooney
Dr Cliona Hannon, Kate McNerney, Alan Mongey & Dr Brian Mooney
Trinity Access Programme, National Council for Special Education (NCSE) & Ireland’s Education Yearbook
Second Level Panel Discussion hosted by Sally-Anne Fisher
Mike Feerick, Sally-Anne Fisher, Gean Gilger, Gerry Jeffers & Valerie Lewis
Alison.com, Trinity, Education and Training Boards Ireland, Maynooth University & Education and Training Boards Ireland
Further Education & Training
Maria Walshe in Discussion with Shauna Dunlop, Dr Fiona Maloney and Dara Ryder
Shauna Dunlop, Dr Fiona Maloney, Dara Ryder and Maria Walshe
SOLAS, of Further Education and Training Support Services, Education and Training Boards Ireland, AHEAD & Solas
Panel discussion on Adult and Community Education pathways, Universal Design for Learning in Further Education and Training (FET) and the social and economic impact of FET
Maria Walshe in Discussion with Blake Hodkinson, Cecilia Munro and Maria Walshe
Blake Hodkinson, Cecilia Munro & Maria Walshe of Further Education and Training, City of Dublin ETB, Ballyfermot College of Further Education & Solas
Maria Walshe in Discussion with Andrew Brownlee, Colm Mc Evoy, Owen O’Donnell, Niamh O’Reilly and Dr Rory O’Sullivan
Andrew Brownlee, Colm Mc Evoy, Owen O’Donnell, Niamh O’Reilly & Dr Rory O’Sullivan
SOLAS, Kerry Education and Training Board, Kerry Education and Training Board, AONTAS & Further Education and Training Colleges Ireland
A New Era for Higher Education?
Prof. Pól Ó Dochartaigh Member of the Royal Irish Academy; Deputy President and Registrar, NUI Galway
2020 was a momentous year for us all because of the pandemic, but also for Higher Education, with the creation of a new government department, the advancement of the technological universities and the appointment of the first woman to lead an Irish university. This talk offers a brief overview of the year.
A New Departmental Construct
A talk by Dr.Orla Flynn, Prof. Pól Ó Dochartaigh and Dr.Joseph Ryan
Galway–Mayo Institute of Technology, NUI Galway & Technological Higher Education Association
Dr Orla Flynn and Dr Joseph Ryan are interviewed by Pól Ó Dochartaigh on TU agenda, what is different, and the creation of the new Government Department of Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science.
Developing Enabling QA Frameworks for Blended Learning
Ruth Ní Bheoláin & Prof. Pól Ó Dochartaigh
Hibernia College & NUI Galway
Ruth Ní Bheoláin of Hibernia College is interviewed by Pól Ó Dochartaigh on quality in FE and HE as we move to increased use of online and blended learning.
Universities After the Pandemic
Prof. Andrew J. Deeks C.Eng. FIEI FIAE & Prof. Pól Ó Dochartaigh
University College Dublin & NUI Galway
Prof Andrew Deeks of UCD speaks to Pól Ó Dochartaigh on Universities after the Pandemic.
Bridging Brexit: Cross-Border Collaboration in Higher Education
Prof. Pól Ó Dochartaigh & Prof. Malachy Ó Néill
NUI Galway & Ulster University
Pól Ó Dochartaigh interviews Prof. Malachy Ó Néill of Ulster University on Bridging Brexit: Cross-Border Collaboration in Higher Education
The Role of Technology and Online Learning in Higher Education
Dr. Ann Marcus-Quinn & Dr. Cornelia Connolly
University of Limerick & NUI Galway
Dr Cornelia Connolly of NUI Galway interviews Dr Ann-Marcus Quinn lecturer at UL on the role of technology and online learning in Higher Education
Social Engagement Experiences of Disabled Students in Higher Education
Prof. Pól Ó Dochartaigh & Vivian Rath
NUI Galway & School of Education, Trinity College Dublin
Pól Ó Dochartaigh interviews Dr Vivian Rath of TCD on the experiences of disabled students in higher education and his personal journey as a disabled student.
Teaching, Learning, and Assessment during Covid-19
Mary Kelly, Aoife M. Lynam & Dr. Cornelia Connolly
Hibernia College, Hibernia College & NUI Galway
Dr Cornelia Connolly interviews Dr Mary Kelly & Dr Aoife Lynam of Hibernia College on Teaching and Learning during Covid
Ethical Challenges in Educational Research during the Pandemic
Dr Majella Dempsey, Hillary Tierney & Dr. Cornelia Connolly
Maynooth University, Department of Applied Social Studies, Maynooth University & NUI Galway
Dr. Majella Dempsey & Dr Hilary Tierney of Maynooth University are interviewed by Dr Cornelia Connolly, NUI Galway on the ethical challenges in educational research during the pandemic.
Travellers in Higher Education: Ambition and Obstacles
Anastasia Crickley, Prof. Pól Ó Dochartaigh, Breda Mayock & Patrick Reilly
Maynooth University, NUI Galway, Creative Ireland & Pavee Point
Pól Ó Dochartaigh speaks to Dr Anastasia Crickley of Maynooth University and Pa Reilly, a Traveller who is a student at Maynooth University, on the challenges facing Travellers in accessing and getting the maximum benefit out of Higher Education. Also joining the conversation is Breda Mayock, a Mayo-based musician and artist, who talks about her project and exhibition on women Travellers’ hair as a symbol of their self-worth.
How Trinity became the most Innovative University in Europe
Dr. Cornelia Connolly & Ken Finnegan
NUI Galway & Tangent, Trinity’s Idea Workspace
Dr Cornelia Connolly, NUI Galway talks with Ken Finnegan from TCD and Tangent on innovation and the work they are pursuing.
The Continuum from Knowledge to Impact
Peter Brown, Alison Campbell, Lisa Keating & Anita R. Maguire
Irish Research Council, Knowledge Transfer Ireland, of Research and Innovation, Irish Universities Association & University College Cork
Where to from here: Evidence and Socialeducational Policy
Peter Brown, Gretta Mohan, Dr Gavin Murphy and Sean Redmond
Irish Research Council, Economic and Social Research Institute, School of Education, Trinity College Dublin & in the Department of Justice seconded to the School of Law, University of Limerick