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ga - Anne McMurrough

Anne McMorough_Website Profle_2016

Contact

Rannog/Section

ICT & eLearning Department

Qualifications

B.A (NUI)
H.Dip. Ed (NUI)
Grad. Dip (Primary Teaching)
M.Ed(NUI)

Teaching

B.Ed
ICT
Creative Technologies
Teaching and Learning: Approximations of Practice
Communication Skills

Research / Professional Interests

European Education - A Changing Landscape (PhD Research)
Creative Classrooms - SCoTENS funded research project, 2013/14
Creative and innovative uses of digital technologies in education

Publications

McMorrough, A. (2011)The Potential of eTwinning to Enhance LearningIn:(O'Leary, R.)(Ed.) Enhancing Literacy & Numeracy with ICTs. Dublin West Education Centre, Dublin
Galvin, C., Anderson, J., Gardner, J., Moyle, K., McMorrough, A., & Mitchell, S.(2010)Valuing education technology in schools in Ireland, North and South: A Report for Standing Conference on Teacher Education, North and South.ScoTENS: Armagh, Northern Ireland

Biography

Prior to joining the staff at Marino Institute of Education, Anne worked as a primary school teacher in Tallaght, Dublin. Her research explores the changing nature of European education; the affordances of digital technologies; and creativity / innovation in primary classrooms. She is currently collaborating on a SCoTENS funded project that explores 'Creative Classrooms'. She is an Ambassador for eTwinning and has actively participated in a wide range of European projects and teacher professional workshops. In 2010 she began her doctoral studies at the School of Education, University College Dublin.