Education

Non Progression among Higher Education New Entrants: a Multivariate Analysis

Internationally attention is increasingly focused on how students fare after entry to college—on student experiences in relation to retention, completion and withdrawal.48 However while

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No Way Back? The Dynamics of Early School Leaving

Figure 4.1 illustrates sig- nificant variation across the case-study schools in the proportion of young people who drop out of school before reaching the Leaving Certificate.. Drop-out

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A New Apprenticeship in Language Teacher Education

o Student teachers’ beliefs about learning in general and in their discipline; o Student teachers’ beliefs about teaching in general and in their discipline; o Student teachers’

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A Network Hierarchical Feedback System for Taiwanese Universities based on the Integration of Total Quality Management and Innovation

Chen, A Network Hierarchical Feedback System for Taiwanese Universities based on the Integration of Total Quality Management and Innovation, Applied Soft Computing Journal 2010,

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Moving Up: The Experiences of First Year Students in Post Primary Education

2.3 Information on students Thirty per cent of schools have an attached primary school with the remainder.. drawing on students from one or more feeder primary

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A mixed methods evaluation of a gender affirmative education program for families of trans young people

By doing so, the program aims to enable family members of trans young people to.. identify and discuss key issues related to their trans family member and being a family

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Learning vocabulary in the authentic written form for novice English speaking learners of Japanese with limited orthographic knowledge

7.1.4 Is it possible for beginning JFL learners from non- logographic language backgrounds, with limited orthographic knowledge, to learn new words, including recognising them in their

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Language learner autonomy and the European Language Portfolio: two L2 English examples

It uses the proficiency levels of the CEFR in two ways: in summary form usually the self-assessment grid; Council of Europe 2001: 26–27 in the language passport, which the owner updates

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Labor force effects of 1967 68 changes in education policy in Irish republic

This article examines the effect on the labour force of these changes, and finds that the labour force is smaller, by approximately 20,000 persons as of 1975 as a result of the changes;

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Job Satisfaction and Occupational Stress among Primary School Teachers and School Principals in Ireland

Job Satisfaction and Occupational Stress among Primary School Teachers and School Principals.. A Report Compiled by the ESRI on Behalf of The Teaching

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The Jesuits and the Irish Catholic Elite

The Jesuits began this era at the pinnacle of elite Catholic education in Ireland and arguably have yet to ascend, but until the second half of the twentieth century they were always

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'It'll always be a part of him but it's not going to define him': paternal incarceration and the academic lives of primary and pre school children in Ireland – pathways to resilience or maladaptation?

16 In Glaze and Maruschak’s research in the United States in 2008, only 42% of fathers and 61% of mothers were living with their children prior to their incarceration and these parents,

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Irish Education Policy for a Globalised World: A Policy for Chasing Black & White Swans

a to advance knowledge through teaching, scholarly research and scientific investigation, b to promote learning in its student body and in society generally, c to promote the

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Irish Educated Globally Connected : An International Education Strategy For Ireland 2016 2020

ASAPI Association of Study Abroad Providers in Ireland CERI Centre for Educational Research and Innovation CSO Central Statistics Office DES The Department of Education and Skills DFAT

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Investment in Education and Economic Growth on the Island of Ireland

While the evidence is more limited for Northern Ireland than for Ireland on the impact on growth of investment in human capital, it does point to lower levels of educational attainment

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Influence of socio-demographic and experiential factors on the attitudes of Croatian veterinary students towards farm animal welfare

According to the socio-demographic and experiential factors observed, females, students in their initial years of study, younger students with urban backgrounds,

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Gaeilge gaming : using technology to learn Irish in the primary school

1.4 Study Overview This thesis details an iterative design cycle which aimed to develop and optimise a three-dimensional virtual environment platform for language learning, and to use

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From the rhetoric to the real: A critical review of how the concepts of recovery and social inclusion may inform mental health nurse advanced level curricula the eMenthe project

From the rhetoric to the real: A critical review of how the concepts of recovery and social inclusion may inform mental health nurse advanced level curricula — The eMenthe project

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