15 - 19 June 2020
The PDST Young Economist Awards 2020 will premiere online on Friday, June 19th at 11 am
The PDST Maths Team are uploading daily resource banks for different maths topics during the school closure period.
Anseo, gheobhaidh tú acmhainní pleanála mar thacaíocht do theagasc na Gaeilge cruthaithe ag Foireann na Gaeilge PDST.
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Junior Cycle for Teachers is a dedicated continuing professional development (CPD) support service of the Department of Education and Skills.
Trócaire has created an exciting new competition for young people to enter called the Game Changers Home Challenge.
English teacher, Clare Madden, created a list of books, podcasts, and documentaries for the school closure period.
Learn all about newspapers and the writing, analysis, preparation and photography that's involved in putting one together.
Find a wide range of support material for the new Economics specification within the PDST Economics area on Scoilnet.
Learn a new creative activity each week with this 12 week video-podcast series.
A new specification for Leaving Certificate Agricultural Science will be implemented from September 2019.
It's not all about winning!
Here are some great competitions for students to participate in.
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15 - 19 June 2020
National bodies and organisations have shared educational resources through Scoilnet using our collections section. Collections highlight a number of resources from the database in one designated area.
CensusAtSchool is an online educational project that takes place every year with the aim of bringing statistics to life in the classroom. Schools take part voluntarily. Supervised by teachers, students use a variety of digital devices that are connected to the Internet to answer 30 questions about their lives and opinions. The data is then collated and made available for class exercises, so that students can see the real-life relevance of statistics.
Take Part in the 2020 Questionnaire | CSO Results | Resources
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