Dr Frank Kehoe
Lecturer in Education
01 661 0168
Block B, Merrion Centre, Merrion Road, Dublin 4
School of Education
Dr Frank Kehoe is a Lecturer in Education and a member of the Post-Primary Programme Team in Hibernia College. He has been teaching since 2001 at both Post-Primary and Further Education. He has worked as an examiner with the State Examinations Commission (SEC). Before joining Hibernia College on a full-time basis, he was a member of the adjunct faculty for several years. He has also lectured part-time at third level at Maynooth University and Griffith College.
In 2017, he was seconded to the Professional Development Service for Teachers (PDST) to work on the introduction of the new Leaving Certificate subject in Computer Science. This involved the design, development, and delivery of a two-year programme of continuous professional development for teachers of the new subject. He is passionate about Computer Science Education and continues to be involved in its development as a second level subject in Ireland. While in the PDST, he also worked on other STEM initiatives and was part of the team that designed and implemented the national project ‘Formative Assessment using a Digital Portfolio’. He has also worked full time with the State Examination Commission (SEC) as an Examination and Assessment Manager.
Frank holds a Bachelor of Arts, a Master of Science, a Higher Diploma in Education and a PhD. He also has completed additional postgraduate qualifications in Teaching & Learning, Educational Leadership, Computer Science & STEM Education and Entrepreneurial Education.
Frank’s research interests include Technology Enhanced Learning, Computer Science Education, Teacher CPD, STEM & STEAM Education, Digital Technologies, Action Research and Communities of Practice