A collection of practical and useful resources to both promote inclusion and diversity, and encourage language development.
Scoilnet Maps' OSi Map Viewer has a new data layer showing the proportion of women in local government in Ireland.
Encyclopaedia Britannica are running a series of 30 min webinars to show how the service can support Irish teachers. Next: Engaging Children Over the Summer - June 1.
This programme introduces primary and post-primary pupils to the practice of reading in the Middle Ages and how it was different from reading today.
Official information hub from Gov.ie relating to supports for Ukrainian children entering Irish education. Presented in English, Irish, Ukrainian and Russian.
This programme introduces primary school pupils to the practice of reading in the Middle Ages and how it was different from reading today.
Everything you need to support German language learning at post-primary level.
The PDST PE team has a vast array of non contact PE activities available in Irish and English.
A collection around eight inspiring women scientists. Aims to increase the visibility of female leaders and inspire future generations.
Machnamh 100 is an initiative of President Higgins that builds on his extensive work to date during Ireland’s Decade of Centenaries.
Post-Primary students can participate in the NEW CensusAtSchool questionnaire.
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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