Elaine Keane
Elaine Keane
Associate Professor, School of Education, University of Galway, Ireland
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Evolving grounded theory and social justice inquiry
K Charmaz, R Thornberg, E Keane
Sage Publications, 2017
Reflective teaching in higher education
P Ashwin, D Boud, S Calkins, K Coate, F Hallett, G Light, K Luckett, ...
Bloomsbury Academic, 2020
Distancing to self‐protect: the perpetuation of inequality in higher education through socio‐relational dis/engagement
E Keane
British Journal of Sociology of Education 32 (3), 449-466, 2011
Obtaining student feedback on teaching & course quality
E Keane, IM Labhrainn
Brie ing paper 2, 1-19, 2005
Dependence-deconstruction: widening participation and traditional-entry students transitioning from school to higher education in Ireland
E Keane
Teaching in Higher Education 16 (6), 707-718, 2011
Diversity in initial teacher education in Ireland: the socio-demographic backgrounds of postgraduate post-primary entrants in 2013 and 2014
E Keane, M Heinz
Irish Educational Studies, 2015
Reconceptualising relatedness in education in ‘Distanced’Times
C Murray, M Heinz, I Munday, E Keane, N Flynn, C Connolly, T Hall, ...
European Journal of Teacher Education 43 (4), 488-502, 2020
Socio-demographic composition of primary initial teacher education entrants in Ireland
M Heinz, E Keane
Irish Educational Studies 37 (4), 523-543, 2018
Excavating an injustice?: nationality/ies, ethnicity/ies and experiences with diversity of initial teacher education applicants and entrants in Ireland in 2014
E Keane, M Heinz
European Journal of Teacher Education 39 (4), 507-527, 2016
Considering the practical implementation of constructivist grounded theory in a study of widening participation in Irish higher education
E Keane
International Journal of Social Research Methodology 18 (4), 415-431, 2015
‘Frictional’relationships… tension in the camp: focusing on the relational in under-represented students’ experiences in higher education
E Keane
Irish Educational Studies 28 (1), 85-102, 2009
Differential prioritising: Orientations to higher education and widening participation
E Keane
International Journal of Educational Research 53, 150-159, 2012
Career motivations of student teachers in the republic of Ireland: continuity and change during educational reform and ‘Boom to Bust’economic times
M Heinz, E Keane, C Foley
Global perspectives on teacher motivation, 22-54, 2017
‘Education comes second to surviving’: parental perspectives on their child/ren’s early school leaving in an area challenged by marginalisation
G Doyle, E Keane
Irish Educational Studies 38 (1), 71-88, 2019
‘I will do it but religion is a very personal thing’: teacher education applicants’ attitudes towards teaching religion in Ireland
M Heinz, K Davison, E Keane
European Journal of Teacher Education 41 (2), 232-245, 2018
Fit (ness) to teach?: disability and initial teacher education in the republic of Ireland
E Keane, M Heinz, P Eaton
International Journal of Inclusive Education 22 (8), 819-838, 2018
Sexualities of initial teacher education applicants in the Republic of Ireland: Addressing the hidden dimension of diversity in teaching
M Heinz, E Keane, K Davison
Journal of Education for Teaching 43 (1), 99-116, 2017
‘Schooling at Home’in Ireland during COVID-19’: Parents’ and Students’ Perspectives on Overall Impact, Continuity of Interest, and Impact on Learning
N Flynn, E Keane, E Davitt, V McCauley, M Heinz, G Mac Ruairc
Irish Educational Studies 40 (2), 217-226, 2021
'Working-class' student teachers: Not being encouraged at school and impact on motivation to become a teacher
E Keane, M Heinz, A Lynch
Education Research and Perspectives 45, 71-97, 2018
Widening participation’and traditional-entry students at an Irish university: Strategising to ‘make the most’of higher education
E Keane
Unpublished PhD dissertation. National Unviersity of Ireland, Galway, 2009
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