Prof. Teresa O’Doherty is President of Marino Institute of Education and an Adjunct Professor, School of Education, Trinity College Dublin. A teacher educator and scholar for more than twenty-five years, Prof O’Doherty qualified as a primary teacher in 1984 and thereafter completed her Master’s in Education at NUI Maynooth and was awarded her PhD in Education from the University of Limerick in 1997.
Prof. O’Doherty is a member of a wide range of academic, professional and administrative committees at a regional and national level. She was appointed by the Cabinet as a member of the State Examinations’ Commission (2015-2022). She is the President of the Education Studies Association of Ireland (ESAI) (2020-2022) and a former Co-Chair of the Standing Conference of Teacher Education, North and South (SCoTENS, 2009-2013). She has held external examiner appointments in Scotland, Northern Ireland, England and Ireland, and is currently an External Examiner at the Institute of Education, University College London. Prof O’Doherty’s research interests are in the area of teacher education and the history of education.
Charalambos Y. Charalambous is an Associate Professor in the Department of Education at the University of Cyprus, specializing in Educational Research and Evaluation. His research interests include teaching effectiveness with a particular focus on understanding the work of teaching and measuring teaching quality; contributors to teaching quality; and the effects of teaching on student learning. He is also interested in teacher initial training and teacher professional development through guided reflection on practice. He is currently the Coordinator of the Special Interest Group 18 of Educational Effectiveness and Improvement of the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction.
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