Feed on
Posts
Comments

Presented and produced by Seán Delaney.

On this week's programme I spoke to Sarah Pepper who is the Principal of the International School of Dublin. You can learn more about the school here and here.

This is the final Inside Education programme for now. Thank you for listening and I hope to be back some time in the future.

Listen Now:


Presented and produced by Seán Delaney

On this week's programme I speak to Dr. Eemer Eivers, Aidan Clerkin and Dr. Mary Lewis of the Educational Research Centre about the publication of National Schools, International Contexts: Beyond the PIRLS and TIMSS Test Results. The report outlines the factors that are believed to have influenced our results on the maths, reading, and science tests which were published at the end of 2012 and compares the factors across countries. You can hear about the results here.

Listen Now:


Presented and produced by Seán Delaney

On this week's programme I spoke to Elizabeth Oldham from the School of Education in Trinity College Dublin about the history of the Computer Education Society of Ireland (CESI) to mark the fortieth anniversary of the society's being founded. The interview was recorded at the annual conference of CESI 2013. The programme also features a brief excerpt from an interview with Professor John Naughton about the Raspberry Pi computing device.

Listen Now:


Presented and produced by Seán Delaney

For this week's programme I went on location to the Burren where Gordon D'Arcy and Paddy Madden were bringing a group of student teachers on a tour of the Burren. I eavesdropped on the tour and asked Gordon some questions about organising a school tour to exploit its educational potential. In the programme Gordon refers to the Heritage in Schools scheme. You can find out more about it here.

Listen Now:


Presented and produced by Seán Delaney.

On this week's programme I spoke to Professor Angela O'Donnell who is originally from Ireland but who has a successful academic career in the United States as an educational psychologist. She is based in Rutgers University and is author of Educational Psychology: Reflection for Action.

Listen Now:


Presented and produced by Seán Delaney

On this week's programme I speak to staff and students from Bridge 21, an initiative to promote work that is project-based, team-oriented, and technology-mediated among post-primary students.

Listen Now:


Presented and produced by Seán Delaney

On this week's programme, retired teacher and philosopher John Doyle discusses how he taught using films in the primary classroom and the 1999 primary school curriculum.

Listen Now:


Presented and produced by Seán Delaney.

On this week's programme, Professor John Naughton, who is Vice-President of Wolfson College Cambridge, explains the difference between the internet and the world wide web and why the difference matters for educators. You can read his blog here. I interviewed Professor Naughton just after he gave the keynote address at the CESI annual conference earlier this year.

Listen Now:


Presented and produced by Seán Delaney

For this interview I met up with Professor Eric Hanushek from Stanford University and spoke to him about important issues in education - such as class size, international test results, and teacher pay - from an economics perspective. The interview took place at the 2013 annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association.

Listen Now:


Presented and produced by Seán Delaney

On this week's programme, Dr. Fionnuala Waldron from St. Patrick's College discusses the teaching of history.

Listen Now:


« Newer Posts - Older Posts »

Quantcast