Bryan, A (2016) 'The sociology classroom as a pedagogical site of discomfort: Difficult knowledge and the emotional dynamics of teaching and learning'. Irish Journal of Sociology, 24 (1):7-33 [DOI] [Details]
Dolan, A., Waldron, F., Pike, S., Greenwood, R (2016) 'Learning to teach primary geography in the context of school placement: lessons from an all-Ireland study'. European Journal of Teacher Education, 39 :20-35 [DOI] [Details]
Mallon, B (2016). 'Children's Rights, Educational Research and the UNCRC: Past, Present and Future', Policy and Practice: A Development Education Review, Vol. 23, Autumn, pp. 232-237
Waldron, F. & Oberman, R. (2016). Responsible citizens? How children are conceptualised as rights holders in Irish primary schools, The International Journal of Human Rights, 20(6), 744-760
Waldron, F., Ruane, B., Oberman, R. and Morris, S. (2016) Geographical process or global injustice? Contrasting educational perspectives on climate change, Environmental Education Research, 1-17
Bryan, A (2015) 'Development Education, Climate Change and the "Imperial Mode of Living": "Thinking Institutionally about the Ecological Crisis"', Policy & Practice, A Development Education Review, Vol. 21, Autumn, pp. 1-10.
Mallon, B (2015). 'A Development Education Perspective on the Challenges and Possibilities of Climate Change in Initial Teacher Education', Policy and Practice: A Development Education Review, Vol. 21, Autumn, pp. 135-146
Mochizuki, Y. & Bryan, A. (2015). Climate Change Education in the Context of Education for Sustainable Development: Rationale and Principles. Journal of Education for Sustainable Development, Vol. 9 (1), pp. 4-26. Available here
Dolan A., Waldron F., Pike S., Greenwood R. (2014) 'Student teachers' reflections on prior experiences of learning geography'.International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 23 (4):314-330 [DOI] [Details]
Waldron, F., Ruane, B., Oberman.R.(2014) Practice as Prize: Citizenship Education in Two Primary Classrooms in Ireland, Journal of Social Science Education Vol. 13 (1) Spring. Available here
Waldron, F. (2014). Find the 'Historically Possible': Contexts, Limits and Possibilities in Development Education, Policy & Practice: A Development Education Review, Vol. 19, Autumn, pp.1-11. Download article here
Oberman, R., Waldron, F. and Dillon, S. (2012) Developing a global citizenship education programme for three to six year olds, The International Journal of Development Education and Global Learning, 4(1), 37-60.
Prunty, A., Dupont, M., & McDaid, R. (2012). Voices of students with special educational needs (SEN): Views on schooling. Support for Learning, 27(1), 29-36.
Bryan, A (2011) 'Another cog in the anti-politics machine? The ‘de-clawing’ of development education', Policy & Practice: A Development Education Review, Vol. 12, Spring, pp. 1-14.
Prunty, A. (2011). Implementation of children's rights: What is in ‘the best interests of the child' in relation to the individual education plan (IEP) process for pupils with autistic spectrum disorders (ASD)? Irish Educational Studies, 30(1), 23-44.
Waldron, F., Pike, S., Varley, J., Murphy, C., Greenwood, R (2007) 'Student teachers' prior experiences of history, geography and science: initial findings of an all-Ireland survey'. Irish Educational Studies, 26 :177-194 [DOI] [Details]
Waldron, F. (2006). Children as co-researchers: Developing a democratic research practice with children. In K.C Barton (Ed.), Research methods in social studies education: Contemporary issues and perspectives. Greenwich: Information Age.
Books and Chapters
Pike, S. (2016). Learning primary Geography: ideas and inspiration from classrooms, London:Routledge
Waldron, F. & McCully, A. (2016) 'Republic of Ireland and Nothern Ireland: eroded certainties and new possiblities' In: R. Guyver (eds). Teaching History and the Changing Nation State: Transnational and Intranational Perspectives. London: Bloomsbury. [Details]
Waldron, F. (2014) Moving beyond boundaries: Development education in initial teacher education. In S. McCloskey (Ed.), Development Education in Theory and Practice. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan
Ruane, B., Waldron, F., Maunsell, C. et al. (2010) 'Bringing alive the spirit of Human Rights: Irish teachers’ understandings of human rights and human rights education' In: F. Waldron & B. Ruane (Eds.) (eds). Human Rights Education: Reflections on Theory and Practice. Dublin: The Liffey Press. [Details]
Waldron, F. and Ruane, B. (Eds.) (2010). Human Rights education: Reflections on theory and practice. Dublin: Liffey.
Waldron, F. (2010) 'Human Rights Education' In: F. Waldron & B. Ruane (Eds.) (eds). Human Rights Education: Reflections on Theory and Practice. Dublin: The Liffey Press. [Details]
Lyons, M. and Waldron, F (Ed.). (2005) Perspectives on Equality: The Second Seamus Heaney Series Dublin: The Liffey Press. [Details]
Waldron, F. (2004) 'Making the Irish: Identity and citizenship in the primary curriculum' In: C. Sugrue (Ed.) (eds). Ideology and curriculum: Irish experiences, international perspectives. Dublin: The Liffey Press. [Details]
Martínez-Sainz, G. & Barry, M. (2020) Digitial Technologies to Advance Global Citizenship Education in Schools (A report by the Centre for Human Rights & Citizenship Education, DCU and Trócaire). Download report here
Oberman, R., O'Shea, F., Hickey, B., Joyce, C. (2014). Children's Global Thinking: Research Investigating the Engagement of Seven-to-Nine-Year Old Children with Critical Literacy and Global Citizenship Education (A report by the Centre for Human Rights and Citizenship Education, St. Patrick's College Drumcondra, and Trócaire. Download report here
Bryan, A. (with M. Bracken) (2011). Learning to read the world?: Teaching and Learning about global citizenship and international development in post-primary schools. Dublin: Identikit. Download report here
Ruane, B., Kavanagh, A.M., Waldron, F., Dillon, S., Maunsell, C., & Prunty, A. (2010). Young children’s engagement with issues of global justice (A report by the Centre for Human Rights and Citizenship Education, St. Patrick’s College, Drumcondra, and Trócaire). Download report here
Waldron, F., Kavanagh, A., Kavanagh, R., Maunsell, C., Oberman, R., O'Reilly, M., Pike, S., Prunty, A., & Ruane, B. (2011). Teachers, Human Rights and Human Rights Education: Knowledge, perspectives and practices of primary school teachers in Ireland (A Report by the Centre for Human Rights and Citizenship Education, St. Patrick’s College, Drumcondra). Download report here
Waldron, F., Oberman, R., Ruane, B., Kavanagh, R., Murphy, C. (2011). An Evaluation of SEAI's Education Programmes. (A report by the Centre for Human Rights and Citizenship Education, St Patrick's College, Drumcondra). Download report here