Generate awareness around the importance of our oceans during Green-Schools Marine Week.
The Bergen-Belsen concentration camp was liberated on the
15th of April, 1945.
Scoilnet has partnered with Irish Water to bring you wonderful educational resources about water.
Meet two amazing women from South Sudan – Awut and Ajak who are on the Trócaire Box this Lent.
Scoilnet has a number of home usage supports for teachers and students to benefit from.
Be amazed at how quickly pupils adapt to learning independently with these sample lesson ideas.
While libraries are closed, you can apply to join and use their online services for FREE online.
COGG, JCT, NCSE, NCGE, NEPS, PDST supporting students and teachers during the school closures.
The CensusAtSchool 2020-2021 questionnaire is now available for your class to complete online.
Resources to help you and your class understand the coronavirus (COVID-19) and to protect yourself from the coronavirus.
Beyond the Classroom resources can be used by teachers to help engage parents in their child's physical literacy journey. Available in Irish and English.
Practical resources, ideas and learning experiences to support teachers in the area of STEM, both in school and at home, as teachers navigated distance learning.
The PDST Maths team has shared some sample blended learning resources for teaching mathematics in the current context.
Scoilnet has licensed a number of tools to give teachers and students free access to Irish Newspaper Archives, Irish Times Archives, Dictionary of Irish Biography, Maps, and JSTOR.
Access to primary source documents through national and local newspapers covering hundreds of years of Irish history.
OSi’s large scale maps, aerial photography, historic maps and Discovery series maps for the Republic of Ireland.
A biographical reference work for Ireland. Free to access Spring 2020. Sample activities inside.
Short videos illustrating ways in which digital technologies can be integrated into teaching, learning and assessment.
DLplanning.ie provides a lens for how digital technologies can be used to support teaching, learning and assessment.
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To register for a Scoilnet Account you will need to have a Teaching Council number and a roll number for your school in Ireland.
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