Teaching Research Laboratory (TRL)

Teaching Research Laboratory, Donovan's Road

The School of Education's Teaching Research Laboratory in Fernhurst on Donovan's Road has been refurbished as an exciting research and learning space with impressive digital capacities for students to use. A TRL research seminar series has also been announced.

School of Education Students should note that TRL now has extended opening hours: Monday to Friday 10AM-10PM and Saturday-Sunday 10AM-6PM. Students can access the TRL by swiping their UCC Student ID card.

A TRL Research Seminar Series has also been confirmed as follows:

30 November 2017 Wesley O’Brien: ‘Participation in sport and physical activity among Irish children and youth: CSPPA follow up’

7 December 2017 Fiachra Long:  ‘Classroom phenomenology’

18 January 2018 Tadhg Crowley: ‘Museums and social change’ 

1 February 2018: Gertrude Cotter ‘Bringing community-based learning and digital technologies together to enhance engagement with social justice issues in Third Level’ 

22 February 2018: Kathy Hall ‘Issues in evaluating national policy initiatives: An example from Initial Teacher Education’ 

8 March 2018  Steve O’Brien: ‘What’s the point of education stories? On making a case for critical ethnography’

22 March 2018 Martin Hammersley: ‘Writing educational ethnography’ 

12 April 2018 Vanessa Rutherford: ‘Critical historical approaches to education’ 

26 April 2018 Maura Cunneen and Marcella Towler: ‘Friedrich Froebel: Past, present and potential’

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Leeholme, O' Donovan's Road, Cork, Ireland