Black and white group portrait photograph of a group of unidentified people at a formal event, including a bishop, two men in clerical dress, a man wearing a suit and a woman wearing an evening gown. Other people can be seen in the background.
A flyer/poster for the details of the 'Irish perspectives on British education' National conference. Organised by the Irish in Britain Representation Group (IBRG) - Cumann Ionadaíochta na n-Éireannach sa Bhreatain. Seminar speakers included:
This chapter explores the contribution that explicit analysis of historical writings can make to the study of events. In particular, it explores three related propositions. The first concerns “narrative”, understood here as a structured account,
The roots and foundation of Experiential Learning come from the work of Dewey (1938) and Kolb (1984). Both authors emphasise the important role that experience can bring to learning, especially in adult learning. Particular relevance is given to
The current drive to widen participation and associated changes in the number and diversity of students have made pastoral support more important than ever in Higher Education Institutions (HEIs). By 2005 there were over 2.3 million students in HEIs,