Monthly Archives: April 2014

My Favourite Teacher

My favourite teacher, without doubt, was my English teacher, Ms. Imelda Lennon. Ms. Lennon was my English teacher for my full five years at the Convent of Mercy, Longford. She was simply amazing. She  introduced me to Shakespeare, to Bronte, Shelly and Keats, … Continue reading

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Do you have a favourite teacher?

This post appears on Education Matters. April 8, 2014  “We are all creative. Creativity is the hallmark human capacity that has allowed us to survive thus far. Our brains are wired to be creative, and the only thing stopping you … Continue reading

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Starting my masters placement at Education Matters

This week I finished the first part of my masters in journalism programme at NUIG. This means all the exams are done.  All the lectures are done. My radio documentary is done.  My portfolio is done and submitted. The next stage … Continue reading

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Spring has arrived in Galway

At last, after a long, wet, winter spring has arrived on the west coast of Ireland. The day dawned bright and warm and you just really felt like getting out and about.  Hope this is the beginning of a nice … Continue reading

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