researchED is a grass-roots, teacher led organisation started in 2013 which organises international conferences on educational research.
It aims to raise the research literacy of educators; to bring together all parties affected by educational research; to promote collaboration between research-users and research-creators; to help educators become as aware as possible of significant obstacles in their own understanding of learning and education, to promote research and to explore ‘what works’ in the field of education.
Join Irish and visiting speakers, teachers, researchers and policy-makers at researchED's Dublin conference taking place on October 5th 2019.
Participants are invited to create their own programme of events, and can look forward to a wide range of speakers covering all aspects of education. See below for a prospective list of speaker, and make sure to visit researchED Dublin's twitter page here for more updates.
The conference offers a great opportunity to network with and meet others interested in evidence-based education
The conference will be taking place between 9:30am and 4:30pm in St Columba’s College.
All tickets will include lunch and tea/coffee breaks, and there is plenty of free on-site parking.
Tickets for the conference are €35 and can be bought through eventbrite here.
Speakers so far include:
- Neil Almond | @Mr_AlmondED | Inner city London primary teacher.
- Kate Barry | @KMUBarry | Loreto Secondary School, Fermoy.
- Tom Bennett | @tombennett71 | Founder researchED & Behaviour advisor to @educationgovuk
- Fred Boss | @fboss | NCCA Education Officer, Founder & Moderator of #edchatie
- Daisy Christodoulou | @daisychristo | Director of Education @nmmarking & author of Making Good Progress & 7 Myths about Education.
- Pedro de Bruyckere | @thebandb | Educational scientist, teacher & researcher, Author of The Ingredients for Great Teaching.
- David Didau | @DavidDidau | Education Writer and Speaker, Author of Making Kids Cleverer: A manifesto for closing the advantage gap.
- Stuart Farmer | @stuartphysics | Science and Physics educationalist.
- Rebecca Foster | @TLPMsF | Head of English | Associate Senior Leader (T&L) | TES Columnist
- Gráinne Hallahan | @heymrshallahan | Senior content writer, TES.
- Eva Hartell | @EvaHartell | Researcher, Haninge municipality Sweden, & KTH Royal Institute of Technology
- Carl Hendrick | @C_Hendrick | Head of Learning and Research, Wellington College, Berkshire, co-author of What Does This Look Like in the Classroom: bridging the gap between research and practice.
- Tríona Hourigan | DrT_Hourigan | Researcher in ICT in Education, Limerick.
- 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.
- Ann Marcus-Quinn | @A_MQ | Lecturer in Technical Communication and Instructional Design, University of 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.
- Dianne Murphy | @ThinkReadTweet | Designer of Thinking Reading.
- James Murphy | @HoratioSpeaks | School partnerships director at Thinking Reading.Mary Myatt | @MaryMyatt | Education adviser, speaker and writer (The Curriculum: Gallimaufry to coherence; High Challenge, Low Threat)
- Mirjam Neelen | @MirjamN | Learning Advisory Manager, Dublin.
- Sandrine Pac-Kenny | @sandrinepk | Post-Primary Languages Initiative, Wexford.
- Alex Quigley | @HuntingEnglish | Senior Associate at the Education Endowment Foundation. Author of Closing the Vocabulary Gap.
- 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 @researchEDBrum.