ICEP 2014

ICEP 2014 List of Papers

Keynote Address
Interiority and the Wider World: Transformative Practices for Higher
Education, Daniel Barbezat, Professor of Economics, Amherst College

Aidan Mooney, Joseph Duffin, Thomas Naughton, Rosemary Monahan, James Power and Phil Maguire (Maynooth University)
PACT: An initiative to introduce Computational Thinking in to second level education

Maeve Malone and Seamus Morrisey (NUI Galway)
Peer learning: Student-centered instructional strategy for the development of critical thinking and generic skills

Grainne Madden and Justin Keogan (Griffith College Dublin)
Presentations for Group Assessment: effective and fair?

Seona Joyce (Galway Business School)
Engaging students in the Curriculum at Galway Business School: ëAre we all on the same page?

Barry Ryan (Dublin Institute of Technology)
Play hard, Work harder: Alternative reality game and scenario based assessments for learning

Orla Keane (Dubin Institute of Technology)
Portfolios in the Design Curriculum: Enhancing the Practical Dimensions of the Design Studio Class

Lawan Thamsuhang Subba, Aidan Mooney and Hugh Maher (Maynooth University)
An Anti-Plagiarism Add-on for Web-CAT

Kevin Maye (Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology)
The Initial Teacher ePortfolio: Towards a Streamlined Platform

Kiera Ross (Interactive Data) and Lisa Moran (Teagasc)
Just Enough Education to Perform? Learner and tutor discourses around labour market activation (LMA) at the Dublin Adult Learning Centre (DALC)

Ruth Harris (Institute of Technology, Blanchardstown)
Facilitating Transformative Learning and Contemplative Knowing among Undergraduate Students of Humanities

Emmet Tuite and Lavina McLean (Institute of Technology, Blanchardstown)
Falling from the ivory tower?; An study of burnout in a selected third level Institute in Ireland

Graham Glanville, Ricardo Iwashima and Brett Becker (College of Computing Technology)
Introducing Contemplative Pedagogy to the Classroom: Implementation, Experience and Effects on Concentration

Mark Campbell (Griffith College Dublin) and Sue Mulhall (Dublin Institute of Technology)
A Tale of Two Modules – Contemplating Professional Development