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Collections by organisations

National bodies and organisations have shared educational resources through Scoilnet using our collections section. Collections highlight a number of resources from the Scoilnet database in one designated area. Scoilnet is truly grateful to the following organisations for getting in touch with Scoilnet to share their educational resources with teachers through Scoilnet.

STEM Directory
The Scoilnet STEM directory highlights well-known accomplished STEM repositories in Ireland, Europe and Internationally.

ESD Directory
The Scoilnet Education for Sustainable Development directory lists a number of accomplished organisations and national bodies that have educational resources.

Resources from WHO and the HSE to help you and your class understand the coronavirus (COVID-19) and to protect yourself from the coronavirus.

Strength in Science
These lesson kits were developed through collaboration between researchers, science teachers, PE teachers, fitness instructors, and Junior Cycle students.

Your Heart
Highlighted classroom based resources from Irish Heart Foundation, Science in Action, and CÚRAM to support you in learning/teaching about the heart.

Scoilnet has developed five lessons inspired by covering energy sources, climate change, food production, and more.

World Wise Global Schools
WWGS have developed a series of guidelines to help you approach GCE in the Curriculum and other aspects of school life.

UV Light and Human Health
Being exposed to too much UV radiation is dangerous. Resources available here from a number of organisations.

NUIG Microbiology has shared a suite of videos describing common laboratory methods used in microbiology teaching & research.

Diagnostic Questions
Diagnostic questions developed by the Evidence based Practice in Science Education (EPSE) Research Network. Eight question packs available.

Tommy Bowe
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) has partnered with RTÉ Learn to bring media from ‘Tommy Bowe’s Body Check’  into the JC  Science classroom.

Engineer - Tim Joyce
Engineer Tim Joyce visits the Ardnacrusha power station to explore the biggest hydroelectric project in the world when it opened in 1929.

Primary and Post-Primary teachers participating on CÚRAM’s Teachers in Residence programme developed lesson plans and presentations.

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