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Dr. Anne M. Dolan

Academic Qualifications:

B.Ed, MA, HDip (Adult and Continuing Education) (NUI), Ed.D (Sheffield Hallam University)

Position:

Lecturer in Primary Geography
Contact Details:
Department of Learning, Society and Religious Education,
Mary Immaculate College,
Limerick.

Telephone: +353 61 204983
Email: anne.dolan@mic.ul.ie
Office: Mount 103

Research Interests:

Anne has conducted research and evaluation work for the NCCA, Irish Aid, a range of development NGOs including Trócaire, Comhlámh, 80:20 and for the Curriculum Development Unit at Mary Immaculate College. Research interests include primary geography, adult education, development education, evaluation and participatory approaches to education.

Books

Dolan, A.M.  (2014) You, Me and Diversity:Picturebooks for teaching development and intercultural education London: IOE Press and Trentham Books in association with DICE.

http://ioepress.co.uk/books/social-justice-equality-and-human-rights/you-me-and-diversity/

Journal Articles:

Dolan, A. M. (2015). Place-based curriculum making: devising a synthesis between primary geography and outdoor learning. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning, (ahead-of-print), 1-14.

Dolan, A. M., Waldron, F., Pike, S., & Greenwood, R. (2015). Learning to teach primary geography in the context of school placement: lessons from an all-Ireland study. European Journal of Teacher Education,  1-16.

 http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02619768.2015.1005734


Dolan, A.M., Waldron, F., Pike, S. and Greenwood, R. (2014)  Student teachers’ reflections on prior experiences of learning geography, International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 23:4, 314-330.

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http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10382046.2014.946324#.VNJ3srdF3cs

Dolan, A.M. (2014) Intercultural education, picturebooks and refugees: approaches for language teachers. Children’s literature in English Language Education Journal, Vol. 2(1) p92-109.

http://clelejournal.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Dolan-Intercultural-Education-Picturebooks-and-Refugees.pdf

Dolan, A.M. (2012) Reforming teacher education in the context of lifelong learning: the case of the BEd degree programme in Ireland. European Journal of Teacher Education. Vol. 35 (4) pp. 463-479.

http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/02619768.2012.696190

Dolan, A.M. (2012) Education for Sustainability in light of Rio +20: Implications for reforms of the B.Ed. Degree Programme in Ireland. Policy & Practice: A Development Education Review, Vol. 15, Autumn 2012, pp. 28-48, available:

http://www.developmenteducationreview.com/issue15-focus2.

Dolan, A.M. (2012) Making a connection. Primary Geography. Sheffield: Geographical Association Vol. 79, (3) pp.16-17.

http://www.geography.org.uk/Journals/Journals.asp?articleID=983

Dolan, A.M. (2012) Futures talk over story time. Primary Geography. Sheffield: Geographical Association Vol. 78, (2) pp.26-17.

http://www.geography.org.uk/Journals/Journals.asp?articleID=970

Dolan, A.M.  (2012) Picture Books, Geography and Climate Change. Journal of Children’s Literature Studies, Vol. 8 (2).

Dolan, A.M. (2011) ‘Introducing Children to extremities such as Climate Change through Picture Story Books’, Primary Geography. Sheffield: Geographical Association Vol. 76, (3)  pp.10-11. http://www.geography.org.uk/Journals/Journals.asp?articleID=869

Dolan, A. M. (with Fiona Baily) (2011) 'The Meaning of Partnership in Development: Lessons in Development Education', Policy & Practice: A Development Education Review, Vol. 13, Autumn 2011, pp. 30-48, available: http://www.developmenteducationreview.com/issue13-focus2.

 

Book Chapters

Dolan, A. Dolan, A. M. (2015) Education for Sustainability  An Inclusive, Holistic Framework for Teacher Education in O’Donnell, A. (Ed.) The Inclusion Delusion? Reflections on Democracy, Ethos and Education  Oxford: Peter Lang pp. 133-149.

Dolan, A. M. (2013) ‘Critically reading the world through picture story books in O’Riordan, J. Horgan, D. and Martin, S. (Eds) Early Childhood in a Global Context. Oxford: Peter Lang

Dolan, A. M. (2013) Creative Geography Teaching Through the Use of Picture Story Books in Scoffham, S. (ed.) Teaching Geography Creatively, Oxford: Routledge.

Dolan, A.M. (2012) Inclusive Initial Teacher Education: The Case of Mature Students in Waldron, F. et al. Re-Imagining Teacher Education, Dublin: Liffey Press.

Dolan, A. M. (2012) Lifelong learning a new paradigm for teacher education in Grenham, T. and Kiernan, T. (eds) Emerging Educational Trends in Contemporary Ireland, Oxford: Peter Lang pp. 53-71.

Dolan, A. M. (with Dolores Corcoran) (2012) How Much is Enough? Investigating Mathematical Knowledge for Primary Teaching in Lesotho in Griffin, R. (ed) Teacher Education in Sub-Saharan Africa: Closer Perspectives', Oxford: Symposium Books pp. 181-204.

Conference Proceedings:

Dolan, A. (2013) Making development issues accessible for children through picture books in Waldron, F. (Ed) Proceedings of the Irish Association for Social, Scientific and Environmental Education, Annual Conference, June 20 and 21, 2013 June 20th and 21st, St Patrick’s College (DCU), Dublin, Ireland.

Book Review:

Dolan, A.M. (2014) 'Development Education in Policy & Practice', Policy & Practice: A Development Education Review, Vol. 19, Autumn, pp. 158 -162.

http://www.developmenteducationreview.com/issue19-review1

Dolan, A. M. (2012) Human Rights Education Reflections on Theory and Practice edited by Fionnuala Waldron and Brian Ruane. Published by Liffey Press, Dublin (2010) Policy & Practice: A Development Education Review, Vol. 14, p112-124.

http://www.developmenteducationreview.com/issue14

 

Research Projects:

Dolan, A. M. (with Gleeson, J. Urwick, J.,Griffin, R. and Lepota.L.) (2011) Study of the Assessment Practices of Teachers in Primary and Secondary Schools in Lesotho: Final Report of Research Project. Available from the Centre for Global Studies through Education (CGDE), Mary Immaculate College, Limerick.

Dolan, A. M. (2009) with Waldron, F., Pike, S., Greenwood, R., Murphy, C.M., O Connor, G. and Kerr, K. Becoming a Teacher Primary Student Teachers as Learners and Teachers of History, Geography and Science: An All-Ireland Study, Scotens, Centre for Cross Border Studies, Northern Ireland. http://scotens.org/docs/becoming-a-teacher.pdf

Dolan, A. M. (2008) Integrating the Experiences and Identities of Irish Mature Student Primary Teachers, Unpublished doctoral thesis, Sheffield Hallam University.

Dolan, A.M.  (2007) Evaluation Report: Evaluation of a Pilot In-service Programme (NCCA and Education Centres Network) on NCCA’s Intercultural Education in the Primary School: Guidelines for Schools. (unpublished).

 

Magazines/Newsletters

    

Dolan, A.M. (2013). Moving Across Stories: Exploring the Journeys of Refugees through Picturebooks In Inis (Children's Books Ireland magazine), 24 (Summer 2013). Available from http://www.inismagazine.ie/

 

InTouch, Magazine of Irish National Teachers’ Organisation (INTO

Earthquake! Tsunami!) (May, 2011).

The Colour of Home  (December, 2011)

Multicultural Literature (May, 2012)

Reading the World!  (September, 2011)

Africa is not a country (January/February, 2012)

The Journey of the Olympic Torch: Opportunities for Primary Geography (June, 2012).

Celebrating Trees Through Picture Books  (October, 2011)

Celebrating International Women’s Day (March, 2012)

Anthony Browne’s Zoo: A Creative Response

(October, 2012).

Teaching about the North Pole and Polar Bears  (November, 2011)

Mama Panya’s Pancakes: A Story from Kenya (April, 2012)

 

 

Recent Conference Presentations:

Dolan, A. M. (2015) ‘Teaching critical literacy through picturebooks’ The United Kingdom Literacy Association 51st International Conference
Re-assessing Literacy: talking, reading and writing in the 21st Century Friday 10th to Sunday 12th July 2015.

Dolan, A. M.  (2015) ‘Geo-literacies: a school based approach to teaching geography’ Primary Geography Conference (Geographical Association). Developing Primary Geography Charney Manor, Oxfordshire. England.  February 26th-March 1st.

Dolan, A. M.  (2014) ‘Cross-curricular frameworks for promoting geographical education’ Primary Geography Conference (Geographical Association). Charney Manor, Oxfordshire. England. Implementing a Primary Geography Curriculum February 28th-March 2nd.

Dolan, A.M. (2014) ‘Children’s exploration of geographical concepts through literacy’ Geography Teacher Educators’ Conference, Winchester,  January 24th -26th

Dolan, A.M. (2013) ‘Making development issues accessible for children through picturebooks’. IASSEE Annual Conference: Meeting the Challenges of a Globalised World June 20th and 21st.

Dolan, A. M.  (2013) 'The potential of picturebooks for teaching development and intercultural education' Primary Geography Conference (Geographical Association). Charney Manor, Oxfordshire. England. Researching and developing the primary geography curriculum March 1st -3rd.

Dolan, A M. (2012) ‘The Potential of Picture Books for Teaching Migration as a Geographical Theme. 33rd IBBY International Congress : Crossing Boundaries: Translations and Migrations 23rd -26th August 2012, Imperial College, London.

Dolan, A.M.  (2012) ‘The Potential of Video for Teaching Primary Geography’  Geographical Association (Primary Geography) Progress in Primary Geography Research. Charney Manor, Oxfordshire 24-26thFebruary.

Dolan, A. M.  (2011) (with Lineo Lepota) Presentation of Final Report:  A Study of the Assessment Practices of Teachers in Primary and Secondary Schools in Lesotho. Stakeholders Workshop to disseminate the findings of research projects co-ordinated by the Centre for Global Development through Education (CGDE), Ireland and the Lesotho College of Education. Maseru 12th – 13th  December.

Dolan, A. M. (2011) ‘You , Me and Diversity’: The potential of picture books for teaching development and intercultural education. DICE Annual Conference: You, Me and Diversity, 25th and 26th November, 2011.

Dolan, A.M.  (2011) Construction of the Self: Experience of Mature Student Teachers in College. 'Re-imagining Initial Teacher Education: Perspectives on Transformation' Conference, St Patrick's College on 30 June - 2 July, 2011.

Dolan, A. M. (2011) Approaches to Assessment in Primary and Secondary School in Lesotho. ESAI Annual Conference: Partnerships: Relationships of Educational Purpose April 14-16th  Church of Ireland College, Rathmines.

Dolan, A. M.  (with Fiona Bailey) (2011) An Exploration of Partnership as a Tool in Teacher Education. ESAI Annual Conference: Partnerships: Relationships of Educational Purpose April 14-16th  Church of Ireland College, Rathmines.

Dolan, A. M.  (2011) 'Picture Story Books and the Futures Dimension in Primary Geography.  Primary Geography Conference (Geographical Association). Charney Manor, Oxfordshire. England. Geography in the revised primary curriculum: looking forward. February 25th -27th

Dolan, A. M . (2011) ‘Windows on the World: Use of picture books for teaching geography’. IASSEE Conference: Learning for the 21st Century, From Research to Practice. 4-5th of February, 2011, St.Patrick’s College, Drumcondra, Dublin 9.

Dolan, A. M. (2010) with Waldron, F. ‘Becoming a teacher of history, geography and science’. Annual conference of the Colleges of Education Research Consortium. September 6th. The Church of Ireland College of Education, Rathmines.

Dolan, A. M. (2010) with Waldron, F. ‘Student Teachers’ Experiences of and Attitudes to History, Geography and Science in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland’. European Conference for Educational Research (ECER), Education and Cultural Change, Helsinki, Finland  August 24-27th.

Dolan, A.  M. (2010) ‘Pre-service teacher education in the context of lifelong learning’. European Conference for Educational Research (ECER), Education and Cultural Change, Helsinki, Finland  August 24-27th .

Dolan, A. M. (2010) ‘Teaching primary geography through the medium of picture story books’. Primary Geography Conference (Geographical Association). Charney Manor, Oxfordshire. England. Geography in the revised primary curriculum: looking forward. February 19th  – 21st.

Dolan, A. M. (with Waldron, F.) (2010)Primary student teachers’ attitudes and experiences of history, geography and science: An All-Ireland Perspective’. ESAI Conference: Borders, Boundaries and Identities: Education in Challenging Times.  Dundalk: 26th -27h of February.

Dolan, A. M. (2010) ‘Pre-service teacher education in the context of lifelong learning’. ESAI Conference: Borders, Boundaries and Identities: Education in Challenging Times.  Dundalk: 26th -27h of February.

Dolan, A. M. (with Gallwey, S.) (2009) ‘Evaluation as Research or Research as Evaluation’.  Development Education Network Conference (DERN), NUI, Galway. Critical Thinking for Development Education: Moving from Evaluation to Research Saturday October 3rd and Sunday October 4th, National University of Ireland, Galway

Dolan, A. M. (2009) with Fiona O Dwyer. ‘The Impact of Short Term Volunteering in Developing Countries, on Irish Teachers in a Social, Emotional and Professional Capacity’. DICE Conference Teaching from Theory, Learning from Practice. Friday 27th-28th February, 2009. Froebel College. Blackrock, Dublin.

Dolan, A. M. (2009) with Lorna Mulvany. ‘Exploring the Experience of the Developing World Immersion Programme from the Perspectives of Participants in Mulfulira, Zambia and Christian Brothers’. University College, Cork.

 

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