Educational innovation in the Irish Republic

a study of the interaction of some elements supporting or inhibiting change within the system.
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Educational Innovation and Change in the. Teaching and Learning of Science in the Contemporary Irish School and Classroom. Submitted by: Sancha Anne Power. A thesis submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for.

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Professor Coolahan is past president of the Educational Studies Association of Ireland, past editor of Irish Educational Studies and former chairman of the Academic Committee of the Association of Teacher Education in Europe.

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