Take a look at the PDST TiE page of curated coding and computational thinking resources.
A collection dedicated to the Irish oral including general conversation, the twenty picture sequences and reading poetry.
What is the primary cause of the current global warming? Which concept cartoon do you agree with?
Top tips for analysing unseen and prescribed poetry as well as guides to scaffolding a poetry essay.
Bergen-Belsen concentration camp was liberated on April 15, 1945. Listen to the testimony of a survivor.
PDST support for the new Leaving Certificate Agricultural Science specification implemented from September 2019
Anseo, gheobhaidh tú achainní pleanála mar thacaíocht do theagasc na Gaeilge cruthaithe ag Foireann na Gaeilge PDST.
Find a wide range of support material for the new Economics specification within the PDST Economics area on Scoilnet.
PDST support and Learning Paths for Leaving Certificate Applied teachers.
Planning tools for teachers to support the oral language component of the L.C Gaeilge course.
Junior Cycle for Teachers is a dedicated continuing professional development (CPD) support service of the Department of Education and Skills.
Take a look at the sample ways in which teachers are facilitating revision within their subjects.
Collections feature carefully chosen resources made by teachers or national organisations. Teachers and students can freely browse collections by subject area below.
Politics & Society
Covers information and links on the national literacy and numeracy strategies as well as basic information on special educational needs. The Dates and Festivals calendar is used by teachers seeking to engage students in topical learning.
The Scoilnet STEM directory highlights well-known accomplished STEM repositories in Ireland, Europe and Internationally.
A directory listing organisations with educational resources supporting education for sustainable development.
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