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This podcast explores the heart of teaching and what that means to educators who are experts in their fields and passionate about their role. We talk to people about the teachers who inspired them to get where they are now, what they love about teaching, what they find challenging, and what they would like to change (if they had a magic wand!).

This podcast explores the heart of teaching and what that means to educators who are experts in their fields and passionate about their role. We talk to people about the teachers who inspired them to get where they are now, what they love about teaching, what they find challenging, and what they would like to change (if they had a magic wand!).
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This podcast explores the heart of teaching and what that means to educators who are experts in their fields and passionate about their role. We talk to people about the teachers who inspired them to get where they are now, what they love about teaching, what they find challenging, and what they would like to change (if they had a magic wand!).

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Episodes

10: Raising Awareness about 22q

3/26/2019
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Guests: Donna Cutler-Landsman & Anne Lawlor Donna Cutler-Landsman and Anne Lawlor speak with us about 22q and how to raise awareness about this rare disease. Bio: Donna Cutler-Landsman received her bachelor's degree in education and went on to receive a master's degree in counseling psychology from the University of Wisconsin in Madison. She has over 35 years of classroom experience and has been working as an educational consultant and speaker since 1999. The focus of Donna's practice is...

Duration:00:34:22

9: Advocating for Well-being

3/19/2019
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Guest: Daniel Twomey Daniel speaks with us about his time as a teacher, well-being in the classroom, his research and the core 4. Daniel Twomey a post primary Physical Education teacher, personal trainer, academic and entrepreneur, skilled in coaching, researching and public speaking. He is currently completing a Doctor of Philosophy focused on Physical Activity and Positive Mental Health from Trinity College Dublin.

Duration:00:32:52

8: Counteracting Cyberbullying in Schools

3/12/2019
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Guest: Conor Mc Guckin Conor Mc Guckin speaks with us about the cyber aspect of bullying and highlights how it has added a challenging dimension to school classrooms. Conor says that there isn’t a ‘one size fits all’ solution but that there are supports available for teachers and schools. Bio: Prof. Conor Mc Guckin is a Chartered Psychologist based in the School of Education at Trinity College Dublin. His research interests are in the area of psychology applied to educational policy and...

Duration:00:35:33

7: Education in a Changing World

3/5/2019
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Guest: Enda Kenny Enda Kenny speaks with about how education has changed since he did his Leaving Certificate almost 50 years ago in Co. Mayo and how we can adapt to those changes to provide hope and optimism. Bio: Enda Kenny is an Irish Fine Gael politician who served as Taoiseach from 2011 to 2017. He has been Leader of Fine Gael Minister for Defence, Leader of the Opposition, Minister for Tourism and Trade and Minister of State for Youth Affairs. However, many may not be aware that Enda...

Duration:00:25:11

6: Using Music to Inspire

2/26/2019
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Guest: Marita Kerin Marita Kerin shares with us about how her grandmother was a great inspiration to her, how to create a toolkit of music resources, and the literature that inspires her. Bio: Marita Kerin is an Assistant Professor in the School of Education, Trinity College Dublin. Marita is also a qualified primary school teacher. Music Credit: https://www.purple-planet.com

Duration:00:35:20

5: The Power of a Great Teacher

2/19/2019
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Guest: Tomás Ó Ruairc Tomás Ó Ruairc, Director of the Teaching Council, tells us about the ways the teachers he met inspired him and set him on the educational path that shaped his career. Bio: Tomás started his career teaching Irish and history at Athlone Community College. He was head of the Irish Department in Froebel College of Education from 2000 for five years and Education Programme Manager at Foras na Gaeilge before becoming Deputy CEO in 2007. He held the post of chair of Meitheal...

Duration:00:30:09

4: 22q: What’s that then?

2/12/2019
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Guests: Anne and Áine Lawlor Anne and Áine Lawlor talk to us about the rare disease 22q and what educators need to know about it. Bio: Anne Lawlor is one of the founding members of the 22q11 Ireland Support Group. The group, set up in 2007, supports Irish families affected by 22q deletion syndrome. 22q11.2 deletion syndrome is caused by small missing piece on the ‘q’ arm of the 22nd chromosome. Children born with 22qDS have complex medical, educational and social care needs over the...

Duration:00:29:49

3: Creating a Positive Learning Experience

2/5/2019
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Guest: Dr Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin Dr Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin talks with us about coming from a family of primary teachers, the importance of a strong education system, as well as the challenges that she has faced and the growth mindset. Bio: Dr Aoibhinn is an Assistant Professor in the School of Mathematics & Statistics where she is director of the BSc. Science, Mathematics & Education programmes in the College of Science at University College Dublin. Her research investigates issues in...

Duration:00:29:12

2: Creating a Professional Image

1/29/2019
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Guest: Laura Jordan Laura tells us about her experience as a primary school teacher and provides tips for creating a professional image. Bio: Laura Jordan is a Style and Brand Consultant and Fashion Presenter based in Dublin. She lectures in Image Consultancy, Personal Shopping and Fashion Styling at Dublin Institute of Design. She is a Fashion Presenter with WeekendAM on Virgin Media One. She holds style seminars and hosts retail and fundraising events. She also teaches style courses for...

Duration:00:25:00

1: Finding Your Voice in Teaching

1/11/2019
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Guest: Paul Knox Paul Knox, a primary teacher working with the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment, speaks to us about finding his voice in education, striving to become a better teacher and what teaching means to him. Bio: Paul Knox is a primary school teacher who has worked with the Professional Development Service for Teachers (PDST) focusing on well-being and social, personal and health education (SPHE). Paul is is currently working with the National Council for Curriculum and...

Duration:00:27:46