CONNECTING - SUPPORTING - INFORMING
By Teachers, For Teachers
Issue Number 2
Welcome to Issue Two of WeLearn. Thank you to everyone who responded to Issue One and those who came forward with contributions for Issue Two.
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Table of Contents
1. Editorial: Welcome to Issue Two of WeLearn
Roisin McCreesh (EA) and Matthew Martin (St Mary’s University College)
2. Tackling the Effects of Social Disadvantage in Education
Professor Tony Gallagher, Queen’s University
3. Children and the ‘New Rules’: A Classroom Assistant’s Perspective
Martine Ross, Lisnasharragh Primary School, Belfast t
4. Individual Education Plans/Personal Learning Plans: Time for a Change of Approach?
John Hunter, ETI; Noel Purdy and Lois Totton, Stranmillis University College, Belfast
5. Re-Evaluating Northern Ireland’s Educational League Table Culture: The Time is Now
6. Resilient Teaching for Blended Learning
Alistair Hamill, Lurgan College
7. School Governance: Make-Do-and-Mend?
Matthew Milliken, Ulster University
8. An Evidence-Based Approach to Blended and Remote Learning in School
Michael O’Kane, St Colmcille’s Primary School, Claudy
9. Revival of KS3: How the Dominance of Big Data Has Impacted on Pupil Experience
Martin Ferguson, Ashfield Girls’ High School, Belfast
10. Knowledge vs Skills: Lessons from Lockdown?
11. Reflections on the Impact of Covid-19