Anne McMorrough - @annemmcm, is a primary school teacher currently seconded to Marino Institute of Education, Dublin where she is lecturing in ICT/eLearning. In 2009, Anne completed a Masters in Education at the School of Education, University College Dublin. The focus of her dissertation explored the creative and innovative use of digital technologies within an infant class setting, using eTwinning (etwinning.net) as a catalyst for collaborative learning and teaching.
As an Ambassador for eTwinning in
Ireland, she has actively participated in a wide range of eTwinning projects
and teacher professional workshops. She also participated in the recent Mission
V Project (missionv.ie) aimed at enhancing children's
learning through creative interaction and construction in a virtual world. She
is a member of the National Executive, Computers in Education Society of
Ireland (CESI, cesi.ie) where she networks with teachers from
around Ireland and beyond, sharing ideas and showcasing the potential of
digital technologies in education today. In 2010 Anne began her doctoral studies under the supervision of Dr. Conor Galvin, PhD.
at the UCD School of Education.