The Irish College of Humanities and Applied Sciences is a third level college based in Limerick and Griffith College Dublin, offering a wide range of educational programmes, utilizing blended learning technologies. We offer a wide range of programme, but more specifically we offer an MA in Childhood Studies and an MA in Adolescent studies. Last year we launched a bursary of 50% tuitions fees for these programmes as part of the college commitment to affordable access to education, following on from the success the college has committed to offering the bursary again for the coming Academic year.
As part of the of the relaunch the college is offering a range of free talks throughout March as part of our childhood series.
Starting off on the 9th of March with a talk on “The Impact of Social Distancing on Partnership with Parents”
Our second talk in the three-part series is a talk on “The Extension of Play-based Learning into the Home Learning Environment – Early Years Educators and Parents Working in Partnership.”
Our final talk in the series is on “Updating Aistear – Ireland’s early childhood curriculum framework”
These are free talks.
Please see link below for more information: