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Länderprofil

Ireland


Bildungssystem

Das Bildungssystem ist zentral organisiert.

"Ireland’s education system is largely centralized. Overall responsibility for education lies with the Minister for Education and Skills, who is a member of the Irish government and responsible to the national parliament. In practice, the Department of Education and Skills (DES), together with a number of bodies under its aegis, is responsible for running the Irish education system." http://timssandpirls.bc.edu/timss2015/encyclopedia/countries/ireland/

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Lehrpläne

Lehrplan basiertes System

"The curriculum for Ireland's primary and post-primary schools is determined by the Minister for Education and Science who is advised by the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment. The curriculum sets out not only what is to be taught, but how, and how learning in the particular subject area is to be assessed." https://www.education.ie/en/Schools-Colleges/Information/Curriculum-and-Syllabus/

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Pflichtschulzeit

"The Education Welfare Act (2002) provides for compulsory education between the ages of 6 and 16. Most children attending schools recognised under the terms of the Education Act (1998) start school at either 4 or 5 years of age. A child must be at least 4 years of age at the start of the school year (September) to enrol in primary school. When pupils complete primary education (at the age of 12), they are admitted to the junior cycle (for pupils aged 12 to 15 years old) of secondary level schooling. Parents may choose the school." http://www.most.ie/webreports/reportsjune09/Irl%20EU2009edsys.pdf

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Schulbuchproduktion

Die Schulbuchproduktion wird von privatwirtschaftlichen Unternehmen durchgeführt.

"The educational publishers approach teachers directly through sales reps, provision of samples and advertising in teacher magazines. Teachers and schools then choose books and set booklists which are distributed for parents to purchase." http://www.barnardos.ie/assets/files/Advocacy/2012-School-Costs-Report.pdf

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Schulbuchzulassung

[There is no state approval in Ireland.] [For specific details see the table on pages 68 and 70.] http://biriwa.com/iartem/ejournal/volume4.2/papers/Paper4_Wilkens_ApprovalSystemsandPISA_Final_Vol4No2.pdf

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Lehrmittelfreiheit

Schulbücher stehen den SchülerInnen nicht kostenlos zur Verfügung.

"Teachers and schools then choose books and set booklists which are distributed for parents to purchase. The current system means that there is limited price competition for school books in Ireland as parents buying school books have little option but to purchase those books chosen by schools. As schools are not purchasing books directly, cost does not have to be a factor in their decision making about school books." http://www.barnardos.ie/assets/files/Advocacy/2012-School-Costs-Report.pdf

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LehrerInnenausbildung

LehrerInnen benötigen einen Universitätsabschluss.

"Teachers within the primary system obtain a Bachelor of Education degree after a three- or four-year course in a college of education. Teachers at secondary level usually hold a Bachelor degree in their specialist subject and complete a one-year Higher Diploma in Education." http://www.most.ie/webreports/reportsjune09/Irl%20EU2009edsys.pdf

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"Although teachers are expected to participate regularly in professional development, it is not compulsory." http://timssandpirls.bc.edu/timss2015/encyclopedia/countries/ireland/teachers-teacher-education-and-professional-development/

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Geschichte

Geschichte ist ein Kombinationsfach.

"The subject groups (which are not always mutually exclusive) contain the following combinations according to the Rules and Programme for Secondary Schools:
- Languages: Irish, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Latin, Ancient Greek, Hebrew Studies, Japanese, Russian, Arabic, Classical Studies (13 subjects). Other European Union and other languages are also examined as non-syllabus subjects, principally as ‘mother-tongue’ languages.
- Sciences: mathematics, physics, chemistry, physics and chemistry, biology, applied mathematics, agricultural science (7 subjects).
- Business studies: accounting, business studies, economics (3 subjects).
-Applied Science: engineering, design and communication graphics, construction studies, physics and chemistry, agricultural science, home economics (scientific and social), agricultural economics, technology (8 subjects).
- Social studies: history, geography, art (including crafts), music, home economics (scientific and social), religious studies (6 subjects)." http://www.ibe.unesco.org/sites/default/files/Ireland.pdf

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Politik/Sozialkunde

Politik/Sozialkunde ist ein Kombinationsfach.

"The subject groups (which are not always mutually exclusive) contain the following combinations according to the Rules and Programme for Secondary Schools:
- Languages: Irish, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Latin, Ancient Greek, Hebrew Studies, Japanese, Russian, Arabic, Classical Studies (13 subjects). Other European Union and other languages are also examined as non-syllabus subjects, principally as ‘mother-tongue’ languages.
- Sciences: mathematics, physics, chemistry, physics and chemistry, biology, applied mathematics, agricultural science (7 subjects).
- Business studies: accounting, business studies, economics (3 subjects).
-Applied Science: engineering, design and communication graphics, construction studies, physics and chemistry, agricultural science, home economics (scientific and social), agricultural economics, technology (8 subjects).
- Social studies: history, geography, art (including crafts), music, home economics (scientific and social), religious studies (6 subjects)." http://www.ibe.unesco.org/sites/default/files/Ireland.pdf

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Religion

Religion ist ein Einzelfach.

"The subject groups (which are not always mutually exclusive) contain the following combinations according to the Rules and Programme for Secondary Schools:
- Languages: Irish, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Latin, Ancient Greek, Hebrew Studies, Japanese, Russian, Arabic, Classical Studies (13 subjects). Other European Union and other languages are also examined as non-syllabus subjects, principally as ‘mother-tongue’ languages.
- Sciences: mathematics, physics, chemistry, physics and chemistry, biology, applied mathematics, agricultural science (7 subjects).
- Business studies: accounting, business studies, economics (3 subjects).
-Applied Science: engineering, design and communication graphics, construction studies, physics and chemistry, agricultural science, home economics (scientific and social), agricultural economics, technology (8 subjects).
- Social studies: history, geography, art (including crafts), music, home economics (scientific and social), religious studies (6 subjects)." http://www.ibe.unesco.org/sites/default/files/Ireland.pdf

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Geographie

Geographie ist ein Kombinationsfach.

"The subject groups (which are not always mutually exclusive) contain the following combinations according to the Rules and Programme for Secondary Schools:
- Languages: Irish, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Latin, Ancient Greek, Hebrew Studies, Japanese, Russian, Arabic, Classical Studies (13 subjects). Other European Union and other languages are also examined as non-syllabus subjects, principally as ‘mother-tongue’ languages.
- Sciences: mathematics, physics, chemistry, physics and chemistry, biology, applied mathematics, agricultural science (7 subjects).
- Business studies: accounting, business studies, economics (3 subjects).
-Applied Science: engineering, design and communication graphics, construction studies, physics and chemistry, agricultural science, home economics (scientific and social), agricultural economics, technology (8 subjects).
- Social studies: history, geography, art (including crafts), music, home economics (scientific and social), religious studies (6 subjects)." http://www.ibe.unesco.org/sites/default/files/Ireland.pdf

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Bildungsreformen

1926, School Attendance Act: "However, it is only in 1926, through the School Attendance Act, that school was made compulsory between age 6 and age 12." https://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/31853/1/MPRA_paper_31853.pdf

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1937, Irish Constitution: "The Article 42 of the Constitution of Ireland (1937) clearly establishes the parents as having the primary rights and responsibilities for the education of their children. Article 42.2 of the Constitution requires the State to provide for - but not supply - free primary education. If the State ensures that a place is available to a child in a school that respects parental freedom of conscience and lawful preference, then the State has discharged its Constitutional obligation. Education is compulsory from the age of 6 to 16 years of age,but parents have the right to educate their children at home if they provide evidence ofbeing able to provide it satisfactorily. Article 42.3.2 asserts that the State as guardian of the common good shall require in view of actual conditions that the children shall receivea certain minimum education, moral, intellectual and social. There is also provision in Article 42.5 that where parents for physical or moral reasons fail in their duty towardstheir children, the State shall endeavour to supply the place of parents, by appropriate means." https://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/31853/1/MPRA_paper_31853.pdf

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1967, Introduction of Free Secondary Education: "The introduction of free secondary education in 1967 played an important role in Ireland. The so-far dual system of education got altered by the permission granted to vocational schools to enter pupils for the same public examinations as the traditional secondary schools. Consequently, comprehensive and community schools were established during the 1970s in a number of areas where second level schools were not easily accessible." https://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/31853/1/MPRA_paper_31853.pdf

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1971, Primary School Curriculum: "In 1971, a new innovative and progressive curriculum was introduced for primary schools which remained operative until 1999 (date of the approval of the New Primary School curriculum currently in force)." https://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/31853/1/MPRA_paper_31853.pdf

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1998, Education Act: "The 1998 Education Act represents the most comprehensive educational legislation affecting schools in the history of Irish education. This act contained two important amendments to earlier legislation. The Intermediate Education (Ireland) Act of 1878 was amended to enable the Minister to include an examination in religious instruction, if so desired. In turn, the 1998 Act amended the Vocational Education Act of 1930 by replacing 'an officer of the Minister' by 'a person' who may act on the Minister's behalf. It made provision for primary, post-primary, adult and continuing education, and vocational education and training, to every person in the State." https://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/31853/1/MPRA_paper_31853.pdf

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2000, Education Welfare Act: "More recently, the Education (Welfare) Act of 2000, which became operational in 2002, stipulated the guidelines for attendance in the period of compulsory education (raising the school leaving age to 16) and the rights and responsibilities of parents in relation to the education system. A National Educational Board was established to oversee the enactment of the provisions of this act." https://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/31853/1/MPRA_paper_31853.pdf

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2001, Teaching Council Act: "In Ireland, the Teaching Council Act (No. 8 of 2001) established the Teaching Council to promote teaching as a profession; to promote the professional development of teachers; to maintain and improve the quality of teaching; to provide for the establishment of standards, policies and procedures for the education and training of teachers and other matters relating to teachers and the teaching profession; to provide for the registration and regulation of teachers; and to enhance professional standards and competence." https://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/31853/1/MPRA_paper_31853.pdf

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