ICEP 2022 Programme

TEACHING & LEARNING: Making it Work.

Thursday 8th December, 2022

10.00 Opening Address – Professor Alison Hood, Maynooth University.
10.15 Keynote Address
“If it ain’t broke…”: Reasons, risks, and resilience in innovative teaching.” Professor Julie Hulme, Nottingham Trent University.
11.00 Parallel Session 1
Chair: Aidan Mooney
Parallel Session 2
Chair: Fiona O’Riordan
It sometimes takes two: Making coteaching work in practice, Clare Gormley and Rob Lowney, Dublin City University. Lessons learned from the Accessibility and Inclusion Project, James Brunton, Chloé Beatty and Sophia Pallaro, Dublin City University.
An app to encourage engagement in Collaborative Pedagogy, Sam O’Neill and Aidan Mooney, Maynooth University. Making it Work – Supporting Travellers in Third Level Education, Tom Farrelly, Munster Technology University.
The Quality Challenge of Digital Education: Enabling Education Providers to Make it Work, Mark Brown, Eamon Costello and Prajakta Girme, Dublin City University. Engaging students with educational theory: portfolios as praxis, Orna Farrell, Dublin City University.
12.00 Student Panel – “Learning and Teaching: Making it work The students’ view”
Panel Members:

  • Alex Balfe – Maynooth University
  • Ruby Cooney – Dublin City University
  • Kieran Guiry – University of Limerick
  • Jemma Molloy – Maynooth University
  • Clodagh Murray – Dublin City University
  • Louis Pemble – University of Limerick
12.30 How CUTE are you? Developing the digital confidence of those who teach in Higher Education, Dr Iain Mac Labhrainn and Dr Fiona Concannon, University of Galway
13.00 Best Presentation Award.
Conference Close.