Research Webinars

Webinar with Prof Michael Fullan - Building Cultures of Collaborative Professionalism

As part of its series of research webinars, the Teaching Council was delighted to host a webinar with Professor Michael Fullan (former dean of the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education and Special Policy Adviser in Education to the Premier of Ontario) on 6 September 2017 on the theme of BUIDILNG CULTURES OF COLLABORATIVE PROFESSIONALISM.

To access a recording of the webinar with Professor MIchael Fullan please click here.

Cross-curricular Teaching and Learning

This webinar offered contributions from Dr Shane Bergin and Dr Marita Kerin with insights from their Quavers to Quadratics programme, Dr Carmel O'Sullivan's insights from Drama in Education and practical examples from the staff at Kinsale Community School on how this is applied in practice.

Click here to view the recording of the webinar

Guskey - "From teaching to learning and back again"

The Teaching Council was delighted to welcome Professor Thomas Guskey to present a webinar entitled "From teaching and learning and back again - making the journey of professional learning" on 25 January 2017. Click here to view the recording of the webinar

Maths Pedagogy

This webinar was presented by Dr Aoibhinn Ní Shúílleabháin, UCD and Professor Alan Schoenfeld, University of California, Berkeley on Thursday 20 October 2016. Click here to view the recording of the webinar

Collaboration with Dr Fiona King

On 14 September 2016, Dr Fiona King from DCU Institute of Education presented a webinar entitled Collaboration Matters! Dr King discussed the importance of and barriers to collaboration within the profession. Click here to view the recording of the webinar

Leadership for Inclusive Schools

Dr Gerry MacRuairc presented this webinar on 18 May 2016. This interesting discussion examined the parameters and language of leadership and inclusion and the implications of working with diversity and difference on school leadership. Click here to view the recording of the webinar