The aim of the Summit is to showcase the rich content contained in Ireland's Education Yearbook 2020 with a view to continuing and expanding the discussion on the big issues of 2020.
Authors from the yearbook will tease out their contributions in conversation with a host Author.
3-7 May commencing each evening @ 5pm
3 May: Early Childhood Authors talking to Prof Mathias Urban & Dr Jennifer Guevara
4th May: Second Level Authors talking to Dr Brian Mooney and Sally-Anne Fisher
5 May: Further Education & Training Authors talking to Maria Walshe
6 May: Higher Education Authors talking to Prof Pól Ó Dochartaigh & Dr Cornelia Connolly
7 May: Research Authors talking to Director Peter Brown
The relaxed way to engage in profound thought on education issues that matter
3rd to 7th May 2021
is recommended for academics, teachers, students, policy-makers, parents, and anyone with an interest in education
We couldn't be more excited about our lineup. Which talks will you be checking out?
Beyond Covid19: Crisis lessons and ways forward for Early Childhood Education and Care in Ireland Part 1
Beyond Covid19: Crisis lessons and ways forward for Early Childhood Education and Care in Ireland Part 2
Responding to Special Educational Needs during the Pandemic
Teaching and Learning from a Post-Primary Perspective
Coláiste Bhaile Chláir’s Digital Learning Journey and Covid-19
Lockdown or Locked Out?
Experience of School Leaders in Education and Training Board Irish-Medium Schools during Covid-19
Adapting Transition Year in Response to the Covid-19 Crisis
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