NEARI at ESAI 22 April in UCC

Would you like to join us for the next meeting of the Network for Educational Action Research in Ireland (NEARI)? You can see some of our ideas at NEARI is for everyone interested in any aspect of action research/ reflective practice. We are an independent, non-profit organisation and our members are a cross-sectoral group. We do not charge a membership fee.

All are welcome to this opportunity to meet up and network with other action researchers on 22nd April, at University College, Cork. On this occasion we have been invited to offer a symposium as part of the ESAI annual conference, on the Saturday morning. The timeframe is only 11/2 hours so we will be offering just a sample of what generally happens at a NEARI meet, but hope to attract other interested educators to join the Network.

The theme we have chosen for this NEARI meet is : “The relationship between Values and Research as a lived activity.” Please feel free to share this advert with anyone you know who may be interested in any aspect of action research, reflective practice, critical reflection and/or improving practice.

If you would like to attend our NEARI event,

  • Anyone attending ESAI ONLY to participate in the NEARI-Meet, can do so free of cost; but please contact us beforehand so we can issue you with a NEARI badge. (Please confirm your attendance by emailing me,
  • Anyone wanting to go to NEARI and the Teaching Council event immediately beforehand, will need to register on the ESAI site, to attend the Conference for the Saturday WORKSHOP ONLY rate (€15€) Register at:
  • Lastly, if a NEARI network member wishes to attend the full conference (Thursday evening to Saturday close), then please register at the Associate Member rate even if not associate members, (thanks to the generosity of ESAI)


Schedule for this NEARI event:

11.30   Introduction and welcome to NEARI Meet

11.45   Round Robin

Short presentations by action researchers followed by open discussion

12.55   Discussion around the next NEARI-meet: where, when and what theme?

13.00   Conclusion and thanks

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