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Presented and produced by Seán Delaney.

On this week's programme my guest is David C. Berliner who is Regents' Professor of Education Emeritus at Arizona State University. Among the topics we discussed were co-authoring Educational Psychology with Nathaniel Gage, how he stumbled into the field of educational psychology, his views on what psychology contributes to the education of a teacher, how he thinks teacher education could be improve, his thoughts on the effective removal of educational psychology from teacher education programmes in the United States, his interest in the psychology of classroom practice, the messiness of classroom practice, his thoughts on motivation and feedback to children, and making research accessible to teachers.

He talks about a concept he developed called “academic learning time” – one of the possibly “one of the most important concepts ever created in educational psychology.” It is a classroom method to predict kids’ outcomes.

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On this week's programme to mark Dyspraxia/DCD Awareness Week 2016, I speak to the mother of a boy who was diagnosed with Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) or Dyspraxia. She talks about the effects the condition has on the boy himself, on his family and on his education. I also speak briefly to Harry Conway who is the Chief Executive Officer of Dyspraxia/DCD Ireland.

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This week's guest is Professor Jackie Marsh from the University of Sheffield's School of Education. I interviewed her when she was in Dublin as a keynote speaker at the 40th annual conference of the Literacy Association of Ireland. In the course of the interview Jackie Marsh referred to some online resources and books including:

National Literacy Trust

Common Sense Media

Technology and Play

Aurasma

Anne Hass Dyson

The Meaning Makers by Gordon Wells








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On this week's programme I bring you the second part of my interview with Professor Susan Moore Johnson from Harvard University's Graduate School of Education. Among the topics we discussed this week were the Public Education Leadership Project, a collaboration between Harvard's Graduate School of Education and Business School.

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On this week's programme I spoke to Professor Susan Moore Johnson from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She talks about the Project on the Next Generation of Teachers and about leadership in schools.

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On this week's programme I bring you the second part of my interview with Professor Bob Slavin from the School of Education at Johns Hopkins University. I ask him if ability grouping has any benefit for high achievers and we discuss multigrade teaching, educational research and his chairing of the Success for All foundation. I interviewed Bob at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association.

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On this week's programme my guest is Professor Bob Slavin from Johns Hopkins University School of Education. The topics covered were cooperative learning and ability grouping. I spoke to him on the fringes of the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association in Washington DC in April 2016.

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On this week's programme I bring you the second part of my interview with John Walshe who after spending 4 decades as an education journalist was appointed special adviser to education and skills minister Ruairí Quinn. He wrote about this experience in An Education: How an outsider became an insider - and learned what really goes on in Irish government.

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On this week's programme I speak to John Walshe who spent many years as education editor for the Irish Independent and was also special adviser to Ruairí Quinn when he was minister for education and skills. He authored a book about his experience as special adviser titled An Education: How an outsider became an insider - and learned what really goes on in Irish government.

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On this week's programme my guest is Professor Leigh Graves Wolf who is the assistant director of the Hub for Innovation in Learning and Technology at Michigan State University. She was in Ireland to deliver a keynote address at the 2016 annual conference of the Computers in Education Society of Ireland (CESI) in February last.

Among the sites mentioned on the programme are
make.msu.edu and edutech.msu.edu.



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