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  • Digital Game-based Learning for Early Childhood 

    PEIRCE, NEIL (Learnovate Centre, 2013)
    This report presents a comprehensive review of the research evidence for the effectiveness of digital game-based learning for early childhood learning. The report also identifies the types of learning content suited to a ...
  • Editorial 

    SEERY, AIDAN; GRENFELL, MICHAEL JAMES; LOXLEY, ANDREW (2013)
    Editorial of Special Issue on Teaching and Learning Research Methodology
  • Grieving students: The response and support of educators in Irish schools 

    MCGUCKIN, CONOR; O'BRIEN, AOIFE MARY (2014)
    It is estimated that bereavement has affected between 36,000 and 60,000 young people in Ireland. Little academic research has been conducted to ascertain the response of Irish schools to bereavement and grief support. ...
  • Grieving students: The response and support of educators in Irish schools 

    O'Brien, Aoife; McGuckin, Conor (Graduate Students’ Union of the University of Dublin, Trinity College, 2014)
    It is estimated that bereavement has affected between 36,000 and 60,000 young people in Ireland. Little academic research has been conducted to ascertain the response of Irish schools to bereavement and grief support. The ...
  • Growing up in Ireland: Constructions of Gender and Childhood 1800-1860 

    HATFIELD, MARY (Trinity College Dublin. School of Histories & Humanities. Discipline of History, 2018)
    This thesis examines cultural constructions of childhood and the experiences of children in Ireland from 1800 to 1860. At the beginning of the nineteenth century childhood was a fluid concept with a variety of meanings and ...
  • The impact of changes in educational attainment on life expectancy in Ireland 

    FitzGerald, John; Byrne, David; Znuderl, Nusa (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 2013)
    This article looks at scenarios quantifying the potential contribution of increasing educational attainment to the prospective improvement in life expectancy in Ireland over the next 50 years. This analysis uses recently ...
  • Impact of fatigue in Rheumatic Diseases in the work environment: A qualitative study 

    Connolly, Deirdre; O'Toole, Lynn (2015)
    Fatigue is a symptom of arthritis that causes difficulty at work. An improved understanding of this symptom could assist it s management in the work environment. The aim of this study was to explore people with ...
  • Improving Second Level Education 

    SMYTH, EMER; MC COY, SELINA (ASTI, 2013-05-27)
  • Schooling and earnings in the UK ? Evidence from the ROSLA experiment 

    Harmon, Colm; Walker, Ian (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1993)
    Recent work by Angrist and Krueger (1991,1992) utilised an "experiment" to distinguish an individual's return to schooling where additional schooling is by choice compared to the return when extra schooling is compulsory. ...
  • Science play time 

    Wride, Michael (2015)
  • State, family and compulsory schooling in Ireland 

    Fahey, Tony (Economic & Social Studies, Dublin, 1992)
    Legal sanctions to compel parents into sending their children more regularly to school were widely applied in Ireland from the 1920s to the 1950s, following which the practice declined substantially and changed in nature ...
  • Student-centred Teaching in Initial Teacher Education 

    O'Toole, Leah (Infonomics Society, 2015-03)
    The student-centred approach to teaching advocated by Carl Rogers and others maintains that significant learning is most effectively promoted through facilitation of self-initiated, responsible action. Rogers describes his ...
  • 'There Was Never Really Any Question of Anything Else': Young People's Agency, Institutional Habitus and the Transition to Higher Education 

    SMYTH, EMER; BANKS, JOANNE (Routledge, 21/02/2012)
    International research into educational decision-making has been extensive, focusing on the way in which young people and their families assess the different options open to them. However, to what extent can we assume that ...