B.Ed. (NUI), M.Ed.(UL), Grad Dip Computer Studies (MIC), Grad Dip Remedial Ed (MIC),
Grad Dip SEN (DCU)
Having taught as a primary school teacher in special classes for children with mild to moderate intellectual disabilities and mainstream classes, Anne joined Mary Immaculate College in 1999 as Assistant Co-ordinator of the Masters and Post-Graduate Diploma in Remedial Education and Co-ordinator of Introductory Courses for Resource Teachers in Primary Schools. She went on to lecture in Early Childhood Care and Education and for the last number of years has been a lecturer in Inclusive Education for Children with Special Educational Needs in the Faculty of Education.
Anne has been Education Faculty Representative on Mary Immaculate College’s ACCESS Committee from 2010 to present and since 2009 has been a member of Mary Immaculate College’s Inclusion Education Partnership Management Committee for Students with Intellectual Disabilities.
From 2011 to 2014 Anne was a member of the National Co-ordinating Group for Progressing Disabilities for Children and Young People (NCG) and two of its subcommittees, namely, the National Health and Education Working Group under (2011-2013) and the National Standards and Performance Reporting Working Group (2012).
Anne’s research interests include: Inclusive Education for Children with SEN, Early Years Inclusion, Teacher Education for Inclusion, Parent-Professional Partnership in Education, and Health and Education Collaboration.