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Student Teacher Educational Research (STER)

This guide explains the Student Teacher Educational Research (STER), an Irish Higher Education project that supports education students to share their dissertation research in ways that are accessible to students and education professionals.

About STER

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Student Teacher Educational Research (STER) is an Irish Higher Education project that supports education students to share their dissertation research in ways that are accessible to students and education professionals. While research has become an integral part of initial teacher education, and other education programmes in Ireland,  student research findings are rarely shared. STER promotes a culture of research in education by providing students at different stages of the research journey with the opportunity to engage in  dialogue, critical reflection and dissemination. The project is run annually by Dr Aimie Brennan in partnership with a team of student volunteers.

Online Journal

ONLINE JOURNAL
All articles in the STER online journal are written by students and, in keeping with the student-centered ethos of STER, student articles go through a double-blind peer review process. Articles present a snapshot of a student's final year research project and are approximately 2,500 words in length. The target audience is education professionals who are interested in up-to-date research relevant to the Irish education system. The journal is published online each Spring.

You can access the full-text of these articles through the link above, or you can search for a specific article on the MIE Library homepage. In both cases you will be redirected to TARA, Trinity's Access to Research Archive. 

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