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ERIC Number: ED260962
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1984-Feb
Pages: 308
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
Irish Educational Studies. Vol. 4 No. 2.
McKernan, Jim, Ed.
Irish Educational Studies, v4 n2 1984
The following papers dealing with education in Ireland are presented: "The Educational agenda: A View of the Future" (H. T. Sockett); "Curriculum and Policy in Irish Post-Primary Education" (B. O'Reilly); "A Response to Barney O'Reilly on Curriculum and Policy in Irish Post-Primary Education" (D. G. Mulcahy); "Constructing and Testing a Geography Trail" (Kevin Hurley); "Effective Communication of Mathematics at Primary Level: Focus on the Textbooks" (Catherine Mulryan); "Practical Work in the Leaving Certificate Chemistry Course" (Adrian J. Ryder); "Only Connect: Reflections on Autobiography and the Teaching of Literature" (Tom Mullins); "Introducing Irish Cultural Studies to the English Primary School" (Tom Arkell); "Some Aspects of the Psychological Concept of Motivation Applied to the Use of the Blackboard in the Classroom" (Francis Douglas); "An Examination of Selected Dimensions of National School Principals' Concerns for School Administrative Issues (Donald Herron); "Problems in the Financing of Higher Education" (A. C. Barlow); "Some Problems in the Financing of Second Level Education" (John Sheehan); "Community Workshops in the Youth Training Programme" (Rosemary Kilpatrick); "Education and Training for 16 Year Olds: New Approaches in Northern Ireland" (Jean Whyte); "The Role of Further Education Colleges in the Northern Ireland Youth Training Programme" (Colin McIlheney); "The Future of Adult Education in Ireland" (Liam Carey); "Television in Northern Ireland Secondary Schools: Research Findings and Implications" (C. W. J. Crough and J. J. Collins); "The Implications of Educational Technology for Postprimary Education in Ireland" (Michael Turner); "Information Technology - It's Impact on Irish Education" (Brendan Mackey)'"An ghaeilge I gCuraclam na Bunscoile" (Eoghan O'Suilleabhain). (RM)
Publication Type: Opinion Papers; Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Educational Studies Association of Ireland, Dublin.
Identifiers - Location: Ireland