The videos below were filmed in two Irish schools which are implementing the holistic Key Skills reform in Ireland, on the occasion of KeyCoNet's peer learning visit to Dublin on 21 March 2013 (see full report).
The school featured in the videos below is St. Mark’s Community School, which was one of 24 pilot schools that introduced Project Maths in 2008. The videos includes scenes from the classrooms as well as interviews with Seamus Knox, Senior Inspector, Hughes McManus, State Examinations Commission, Mairéad Murphy, Maths teacher, and Eithne Coyne, School Principal.
Seamus Knox, Senior Inspector
|Hughes McManus, State Examinations Commission|
|Mairéad Murphy, Maths teacher, and Eithne Coyne, School Principal at St. Mark's Community School, Dublin, Ireland||Leona Harrington, Junior Cycle co-ordinator at St. Colmcille Community Schol, Dublin, Ireland|
Interview with Jenny Ní Mhuirí, an Irish language teacher at the school.
|Interview with Katy O'Loughlin, student at the school.|
|Interview with Mary Gormley and Paula McGonnell, student teachers at a Science Education programme at the National University of Ireland, Maynooth, 21 March 2013.|