Centre for Shared Education
Other Staff Members:
Mr Mark Baker
Dr Danielle Blaylock
Miss Stephanie Burns
Dr Caitlin Donnelly
Dr Gavin Duffy
Prof Tony Gallagher
Dr Marina Stefania-Giannakaki
Prof Ruth Leitch
Mr Cathal McManus
Dr Ulrike Niens
Dr Aisling O'Boyle
Dr Ron Smith
Ms Jan Speer
Mr Alistair Stewart
Dr Paddy Walsh
News from the Centre for Shared Education
Professor Joanne Hughes presented a paper at the European Conference on Educational Research held in Porto, Portugal on 4th September 2014
Professor Joanne Hughes presented a paper at the European Conference on Educational Research held in Porto, Portugal on 4th September 2014. The presentation focused on ‘Interpretations of...
PhD student Rebecca Loader presented a paper on shared education at the Fourteenth International Conference on Diversity
PhD student Rebecca Loader presented a paper on shared education at the Fourteenth International Conference on Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations on...
Student teachers from the David Yellin Academic College of Education visit the Centre for Shared Education
This week the Centre for Shared Education hosted a group of trainee teachers from the David Yellin Academic College of Education. The teachers are particularly interested in the role of shared and...
Centre for Shared Education visit to Macedonia
Joanne Hughes and Ruth Leitch visit Macedonia from 30th March – 4th April to deliver a workshop on promoting diversity at primary level. Workshop participants...
Centre for Shared Education visits Elizabethtown University, Pensylvania
Mark Baker and Dani Blaylock have been invited to deliver a series of presentations on shared education at Elizabethtown University, Pennsylvania in April. The Centre will then host student...
Hughes, J 2013, ‘Contact and context: sharing education and building relationships in a divided society’, Research Papers in Education, DOI:10.1080/02671522.2012.754928
Carlisle, K & Hughes, J 2013, ‘The role of inter-school collaboration in promoting inter-group relations: the Northern Ireland perspective.’ H Biseth & H Holmarsdottir (eds.) in: Human Rights in the Field of Comparative Education. Sense Publishers, Istanbul, pp.125-147