Irish Teachers' Journal Vol. II
Date: Friday, 12 December 2014
Topics: Education, General
The Irish Teachers' Journal is a peer-reviewed journal published by the INTO. The journal is distributed to all primary schools in the Republic of Ireland and all post primary schools in Northern Ireland.
It has been established to provide an opportunity to teachers to bring their research findings to a broader audience and to stimulate thinking and reflection on current educational issues.
In this issue:
Editorial. Sheila Nunan INTO General Secretary
Curriculum politics and practice: from ‘implementation’ to ‘agency’. Anne Looney
The challenge of supporting literacy in a digital age: perspectives of Irish primary school teachers. Duncan McCarthy and Brian Murphy
An exploration of formative assessment practices on children’s academic efficacy. Carol Constant and Tracey Connolly
An evaluation of the utility of homework in Irish primary school classrooms. Joanne Jackson and Lorraine Harbison
The challenges, dilemmas and opportunities associated with implementing inclusion in an Irish primary school: the school stakeholders’ perspective. Conor Mulcahy
Nationalism, prejudice and intercultural education. Anne Horan
Becoming a primary school principal in Ireland: deputy principalship as preparation. Derek Grant