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October 5 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

We’re thrilled that researchED is coming to Ireland for the first time!  researchED has a unique and exciting formula which brings together anyone interested in ‘Working out What Works’ in education. So do join Irish and visiting speakers, teachers, researchers and policy-makers on Saturday 5th October 2019 at St Columba’s College in Dublin 16.
Ireland has been waiting a while for this, and there is quite a buzz at the prospect of such a day. You can look forward to a wide range of speakers covering all aspects of education, and we will list these on this page as we announce them (also on Twitter @researchEDDub. #rEDDub). You make your own programme up on the day itself.
It’s also a great opportunity to mix with and meet others interested in evidence-based education (and we are planning a Saturday evening social event in Dublin city centre).
St Columba’s College is the perfect location: it’s on the edge of the M50, Dublin’s radial motorway, and so easy to access from the rest of Ireland, as well as from Dublin Airport (30 minutes’ away). The school has been on this beautiful site since 1849, and the researchED talks will take place in locations around the Warden’s Garden in the centre of the campus. See more at www.stcolumbas.ie.
 All tickets will include lunch and tea/coffee breaks, and there is plenty of free on-site parking.
Speakers so far include:
Neil Almond, @Mr_AlmondED, Inner city London primary teacher.
Tom Bennett, @tombennett71, Founder researchED & Behaviour advisor to @educationgovuk
Fred Boss, @fboss, NCCA Education Officer, Founder & Moderator of #edchatie
Eva Hartell, @EvaHartell, Researcher, Haninge municipality Sweden, & KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Carl Hendrick, @C_Hendrick, Head of Learning and Research, Wellington College, Berkshire.
Humphrey Jones, @humphreyjones, Head of Biology, St Columba’s College, Dublin.
Peter Lydon, @peter_lydon, Wesley College, Dublin; President of Association of Geography Teachers of Ireland.
Paul Kirschner, @P_A_Kirschner, Distinguished University Professor at the Open University of the Netherlands.
Ann Marcus-Quinn, @A_MQ, Lecturer in Technical Communication and Instructional Design, University of Limerick & Dr Tríona Hourigan,  Researcher in ICT in Education, Limerick.
James McCoy, @DrTJEckleburg25, Vice-Principal, Markethill High School, Co Armagh.
Jennifer McMahon, @JennytalksPsych, Lecturer in educational psychology & inclusive education, University of Limerick
Conor Murphy, @conorsmurf, Skibberreen Community School, Cork.
Mary Myatt, @MaryMyatt, Education adviser, speaker and writer (The Curriculum: Gallimaufry to coherence; High Challenge, Low Threat)
Mirjam Neelen, @MirjamN, Learning Advisor Manager, Dublin. https://3starlearningexperiences.wordpress.com/
Sandrine Pac-Kenny, @sandrinepk, Post-Primary Languages Initiative, Wexford.
Tom Sherrington, @teacherhead, Consultant, Author of The Learning Rainforest: Great Teaching in Real Classrooms.
Victoria Simms, @DrVicSimms, Reader & Research Director, Psychology, Ulster University
Mary Singleton, Head of Science and Director of Studies, St Columba’s College, Dublin.
Claire Stoneman, @stoneman_claire, Deputy of Academy, Erdington Academy; organiser #rEDBrum

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October 5
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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St Columbas College
Dublin, D16CH92 Ireland
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