05feb9:30 amSupport, Success and Strategy: Three Institutional Journeys into Implementing Learning Analytics Policies and Practices for Student SuccessHibernia College, Griffith College and Dublin Business School
This collaboration between Hibernia College, Griffith College and Dublin Business School is part of the National Forum for Teaching & Learning Seminar Series 2019-20. It will showcase three different institutional
This collaboration between Hibernia College, Griffith College and Dublin Business School is part of the National Forum for Teaching & Learning Seminar Series 2019-20. It will showcase three different institutional journeys into learning analytics implementation for student success.
The seminar will be of interest to staff from all higher-education institutions who are interested in exploring the use of learning analytics to enhance student experience – particularly those in the early stages of this journey.
The seminar will take place at Griffith College in Dublin 8, in room AF103. Onsite places are limited but the seminar will also be livestreamed on the web via Ubicast, so participants have a choice in how they wish to attend. Participants are encouraged to bring a phone, tablet or laptop to enable full participation.
Upon completion of this seminar, participants will be able to:
Demonstrate understanding of the benefits, challenges and broader debates around the use of learning analytics for student success in higher education
Recognise the potential of pooling and sharing knowledge across institutions when building learning analytics policies and capacities
Critically evaluate the frameworks, processes and implementations presented
Apply these insights to their own professional education context
Presenters and topics:
Dr Lee Richardson & Sarah Sharkey (DBS): Personal reflections on the use of learning analytics for student success
Greg O'Brien & James Howley (Griffith College): Beyond learning analytics
Ruth Ní Bheoláin & Irene O'Dowd (Hibernia College): Create the learning analytics policy you (and your students) need
For more information, contact Irene O'Dowd (firstname.lastname@example.org)
(Wednesday) 9:30 am
Griffith College Dublin
Griffith College S Circular Rd, Merchants Quay, Dublin 8, DO8 VO4N
We’re delighted to announce that this semester we will have a series of Free lunchtime seminars here at ICHAS. First up is FAMILES Support Limerick. This will take place on
We’re delighted to announce that this semester we will have a series of Free lunchtime seminars here at ICHAS. First up is FAMILES Support Limerick. This will take place on Thursday, February 6th at 1 pm in Room 10 at our campus in Limerick.
(Thursday) 1:00 pm
Tickets available at Eventbrite. St. Nicholas Montessori
St. Nicholas Montessori Society of Ireland are delighted and honoured to announce a concert date re-welcoming flagship acappella vocal ensemble ANÚNA on Sat 8th February 2020 to the beautiful surrounds of Christ Church Dun Laoghaire. Having released seventeen albums since their formation in 1987, ANÚNA have gone to become to one of the most respected names on the Irish cultural landscape, representing the beauty of Irish musical heritage and literature all over the world for thirty years.
The ensemble was originally founded by Irish composer Michael McGlynn in an effort to create a physical voice for his compositions, many of which are strongly influenced by the history and mythology of his native Ireland, a country which has a long and sophisticated history of traditional singing or sean nós. McGlynn uses this tradition as the basis for many of his arrangements and compositions. Within these songs are universal truths told through the landscape, the philosophy and the mythology of Ireland and beyond.
ANÚNA’s numerous accolades, international awards and nominations include the Classical Brit Awards, National Entertainment Award for Classical Music, a #1 selling album on the US World Music Charts, Hot 100 positioning on the US Billboard Album Charts, an award-winning PBS show and DVD, and featured artist contributions to three Grammy award-winning albums.
St Nicholas Montessori Society Ireland was founded in 1970 by Sighle Fitzgerald and a group of like-minded educators. Since then the Society has gone on to become Ireland’s leading provider of, and exponent of, Montessori Education. Education is delivered both through the St. Nicholas Montessori College, which educates graduate level Montessori teachers and Early Years professionals who work throughout the national school system and early years sector in Ireland, and through the St. Nicholas Montessori School, which teaches primary aged school children using the Montessori Method to over 130 children.
2020 marks a particularly special year for the Society which will be celebrating its 50th Anniversary throughout the year with a series of educational / development and fundraising events. This follow-up concert to ANÚNA’s hugely successful 2019 concert at Christ Church Dun Laoghaire is being run as part of those 50th Anniversary celebrations and in support of the Society’s 2025 Development Strategy. The 2025 Strategy aims to build on the Society’s first 50 years to develop a national Centre of Excellence in Montessori Education, based in Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown, providing early years, primary, secondary, third-level and post-graduate education. The strategy also involves widening access to primary Montessori education by securing patronage of one or more new national primary schools as they come on stream.
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(Saturday) 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Christ Church Dun Laoghaire
Christ Church Dun Laoghaire Park Road Dun Laoghaire Co. Dublin
For all Counselling/Psychotherapy Courses at Undergraduate and Masters Level This Open Evening will be held at: ICHAS, Walton House, Lonsdale Rd, National Technology Park, Castletroy Limerick All our Programmes are QQI accredited
For all Counselling/Psychotherapy Courses at Undergraduate and Masters Level
This Open Evening will be held at:
ICHAS, Walton House, Lonsdale Rd, National Technology Park, Castletroy Limerick
All our Programmes are QQI accredited and awarded to include; introductory Certificate Courses in Counselling Skills and Psychotherapy studies; Undergraduate Courses in Counselling and Psychotherapy/Youth Studies/Addiction Studies; Post Graduate and Masters Programmes in Counselling and Psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Clinical Supervision, Counselling and Pastoral Care, Leadership and Management, Addiction Counselling – Currently in Validation process by QQ (Quality and Qualifications Ireland).
All our courses are offered in both Dublin and Limerick, and also nationally through our Blended Learning Environment.
Our open days are a great way to find out more about studying at ICHAS – and to explore our college in Limerick or visit the Griffith College campus in Dublin, where we also present our courses. These events are a chance for you to:
learn more about the subjects you’re interested in
chat to staff from our departments and meet current students
give you the opportunity to get a sense of what College life is like
Our admissions and faculty staff will be on hand to answer any queries you may have about studying with us at ICHAS. If you can’t make any of our open days then we would be delighted to make an appointment for you to visit the college on a day that suits. Just contact us at email@example.com or telephone: 061 216288
(Thursday) 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
IICP College is delighted to announce it will host the third International Conference on Pluralistic Counselling and Psychotherapy (ICPCP) on the 28th and 29th March 2020. The conference will be held
IICP College is delighted to announce it will host the third International Conference on Pluralistic Counselling and Psychotherapy (ICPCP) on the 28th and 29th March 2020.
The conference will be held at the Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire; and will include workshops, discussions, research papers, and poster presentations on all aspects of the pluralistic approach. This includes the development of collaboration and shared decision making with clients, deliberate practice, working across diversity and difference, goal-oriented practices, client preferences, and personalisation in therapy.
march 28 (Saturday) - 29 (Sunday)
IICP College Killinarden Enterprise Park, Whitestown, Dublin 24