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Ann Marie Gurhy Ed.D.

Ann Marie Gurhy PhD

Contact

Telephone
018057700
Location
St Mary's Building

Qualifications

Ed.D. (DCU)

M.Ed. (School Leadership) (NUI)

H.Dip. in Educational Management (NUI)

B.Ed. (NUI)

Profile

Ann Marie Gurhy is a lecturer in Marino Institute of Education where she is co-ordinator of mathematics. Her research interests include mathematics, assessment, lesson study, ICT, differentiation and challenge. Ann Marie is currently involved in EDUCATE (Enhancing Differentiated Instruction and Cognitive Activation in Mathematics Lessons by Supporting Teachers), an Erasmus+ funded transnational project.

Journal Article

Gurhy, A.M., Lysaght, Z, & O”Leary, M. (2019). "I love doing AfL and I would like to continue doing it”: Irish Primary Students’ perspectives on the affective impact of using Assessment for Learning in mathematics. Irish Teachers’ Journal pp. 74-90.

Conference Papers

Delaney, S. & Gurhy, A.M. (2019). Combining Differentiation and Challenge in Mathematics Instruction: A Case from Practice.. 10th Congress of European Research in Mathematics Education (CERME 11), Utrecht, Netherlands. Paper available at http://www.ucy.ac.cy/educate/documents/Dissemination_Ireland/Delaney__Gurhy_2019-CERME11_Revised_Submission.pdf

Gurhy, A.M. (2017).Using assessment for learning to enhance mathematics education in the primary school: Irish students’ perspectives. CERME 10, 2017. https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01949274/document

Conference Presentations

Gurhy, A.M. (2019). Lesson Study: Effective Teacher Professional Development for our time. World Association of Lesson Study, Amsterdam, Netherlands, September 3rd

Delaney, S. & Gurhy, A.M. (2019).Combining Differentiation and Challenge in Mathematics Instruction:  A Case from Practice. Paper co-presented at Staff Research Seminar, April 2nd, 2019.

Delaney, S., Burke, D., Gurhy, A.M. & Prendergast, M. (2018). Enhancing differentiated instruction and cognitive activation in mathematics lessons by supporting teacher learning (EDUCATE). Paper co-presented at the Annual Conference of the Educational Studies Association of Ireland, University College Dublin.

Gurhy, A.M. (2018)Thumbs Up for Lesson Study:Exploring the potential for using Lesson Study to enhance the teaching and learning of mathematics in Irish primary schools. Mathematics Education and Lesson Study in Europe (MELSE) Conference, University College Dublin.

Gurhy, A.M. (2017). Using Assessment for Learning to Enhance MathematicsEducation in the Primary School. A Lesson Study Approach. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Educational Studies Association of Ireland, University College Cork.

Gurhy, A.M. (2017). Using assessment for learning to enhance mathematics education in the primary school: Irish students’ perspectives. 10th Congress of European Research in Mathematics Education (CERME 10), Croke Park, Dublin. Paper available at https://keynote.conference-services.net/resources/444/5118/pdf/CERME10_0279.pdf

Gurhy, A.M. (2015) Japanese lesson study and assessment for learning in mathematics: Learners' perspectives. Paper presented at the fifth Annual Postgraduate Research Conference in Humanities and Education, Dublin City University, Dublin.

Gurhy, A.M. (2015)Assessment for learning and mathematics: Learners' perspectives. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Educational Studies Association of Ireland, Maynooth.

 Gurhy, A.M. (2015).Assessment and mathematics learning: The learner's perspective. Paper presented to the joint conference of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, and Mathematics Education International, St. Patrick’s College, Dublin.

Other Presentations

Gurhy, A.M. (2018). Curriculum Development In Ireland. Presentation at EDUCATE Training Meeting Lisbon, February, 2018

Gurhy, A.M., Perry, G. & Farrell, M. (2018). Factors Affecting Non-attendance in Irish Primary Schools and Reasons for Differences between Urban and Rural levels of Non-attendance, Study, Dublin Institute of Technology, 20118. Available at https://arrow.dit.ie/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1014&context=tfschcafrep