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Eugene McElhinney worked as an Associate Lecturer with The Open University between 1984 and 2011. He tutored Education modules at undergraduate and postgraduate level and tutored Open University students in Portlaoise Prison and in the H Blocks of the Maze and Long Kesh Prison. He was a secondary level school teacher in Religious Education and worked on a cross community project called ‘The Religion in Ireland Project’ which brought together teachers from both sides of the community to work on common elements in the Religious Education Curriculum.
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Title: Teaching and learning about stereotyping
Description: Eugene McElhinney Open University Associate Lecturer talks of the value of a student learning about stereotyping and then finds he needs to learn this lesson too.
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Contributor: Eugene McElhinney
Duration: 00:01:53
Master programe code and title: Eugene McElhinney Interview
Master programme start tine: 00:21:00
Master programme end time: 00:23:36
Master programme production number: 104_T_01
Available to public: yes