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Presented and produced by Seán Delaney.

For this programme I spoke to Michelle Shiels, a graduate of Stranmillis University College, who gave a workshop input on autism at the annual SCoTENS conference. I spoke to Neil Hallinan, a retired teacher and current member of the Irish Mathematics Teachers Association (IMTA) on the fiftieth anniversary of the organisation's founding and about the 2014 Maths Fest. Finally, I spoke to  Dr Deborah Tannehill, emeritus faculty UL on the topic of fundamental movement in physical education, a topic she is presenting a workshop on in St. Patrick's College on 12 November.

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Presented and produced by Seán Delaney.

This week's programme is an extended interview with Professor Pamela Munn, one of the authors of the Report of the International Review Panel on the Structure of Initial Teacher Education in Ireland, better known as the Sahlberg Report. Pamela Munn was in Dublin as a guest of the Vere Foster Trust for whom she gave a policy lecture. Among the topics covered in the interview are the teaching of history, throughts on teachers and research, Professor Munn's views on initial teacher education, and behaviour management in schools.

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Presented and produced by Seán Delaney.

On this week's programme I spoke to Sheila Donegan about Maths Week, I spoke to Elaine Mahon about the National Religious Education Congress and I spoke to Elaine Keane and Manuela Heinz about Diversity in Initial Teacher Education.

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Presented and produced by Seán Delaney.

On this week I spoke to Paddy Madden about the second annual conference of  School Earth Education. I also spoke to two keynote presenters at the Reading Association of Ireland annual conference, Elizabeth Birr Moje of the University of Michigan and Gene Mehigan of the Marino Institute of Education.

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