Collection of resources to support Lewis Carroll's famous book - first published 150 years ago, in 1865.
Explore its geography, people, culture, history and economy. Compare Greece with Ireland.
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View the winning projects from the 'Decade of Centenaries' All-island Schools History Competition
Nelson Mandela International Day, Fourth of July, Bastille Day and Pioneer Day feature in July.
Recently launched Arts in Education portal opens a new world for Primary and Post-Primary schools.
Sinking of the Lusitania (7th May 1915) resource added to our World War 1 collection.
Read about the country - geography, climate, people and economy. Also, try the Compare Countries.
Practical examplars of good practice for Primary and Post-Primary. Over 100 short videos.
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Check out the teachers who are busy sharing their learning paths.
Primary: Mark Boggins | Ann Moran |
Post Primary: Wendy Gilmore | Tony Dunne
Access to excellent teaching and learning content that relates to Ireland or directly supports the Irish curriculum.
Short videos illustrating ways in which ICT can be integrated in teaching and learning
PDST Technology in Education's e-Learning Handbook outlines a step-by-step guide for e-Learning planning in your school
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