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Éamonn Ó hAilpín

Personal Statement


Personal Statement

A 9th century Irish monk in a poem Pangur Ban wrote

A thabhairt doraidh do shoiléireacht is í m’obair féin.

'I get wisdom day and night Turning darkness into light.'

Here I am surrounded by ideas and interesting people in the wild west of Ireland. Lucky me! When I attended school I often wondered (and daydreamed) at how it would be to stand on my teacher's shoes. I found out when I qualified as a Primary School Teacher some years ago. Afterwards, I wondered at the perspectives of the children in my classroom- what was it like in their shoes? And, I remain in a blissful state of wonder learning from them!

As an education advisor I seek gaps in knowledge and understanding. These gaps arise between working colleagues, young learners and teachers, indeed all involved with education. - ICT serves as a means to help us share, understand and add to our collective knowledge and experiences. - enabling us to turn our perceived darkness into light.


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