New short online course from PDST TiE to help teachers in their home teaching. No enrolment required.
Scoilnet is committed to providing FREE home usage supports for both teachers and students.
COGG, JCT, NCSE, NCGE, NEPS, PDST supporting students and teachers during the school closures.
The official portal for Irish schools, providing curriculum-tagged teaching and learning resources for Primary and Post-Primary.
The deadline for entries for the Decade of Centenaries Irish History Competition for Primary and Post-Primary Schools 2020 has now been extended.
Resources to help you and your class understand the coronavirus (COVID-19) and to protect yourself from the coronavirus.
The PDST Primary PE team will release new videos and activities each week for pupils to practice their fundamental movement skills at home.
PE at home is a collaboration between the DCU, the PDST and the Irish Heart Foundation. These videos can be used to support strand based learning in PE.
Britannica has kindly offered FREE access to their Science and Humanities LaunchPacks. Access is available to all Scoilnet users during the school closure period.
All students in the Republic of Ireland have open and free home access to World Book Online. World Book is a trusted encyclopedia containing thousands of informational articles with stunning illustrations, videos, interactive maps, research help, and activities. During the duration of school closures, World Book Online has kindly made available a collection of all their eBooks. There are about 700 proprietary World Book titles for ages 4-18 and over 2,500 Project Gutenberg titles.
* A guide to using World Book Online as a distance learning resource is available here.
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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