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  • Science Quest | Book Categories | CJ Fallon
    easy and safe to carry out in a classroom setting The experiments are pitched at a level appropriate to each class All experiments have been tried and tested in classrooms by experienced teachers Each chapter contains Helpful Hints for teachers to pre empt any difficulties that may arise The setting the scene section of each chapter outlines the objectives to be addressed in each chapter Very little expenditure is required by teachers or pupils for experiment equipment because every day objects are generally employed throughout the series Science Quest 1 This is a simple and fun introduction for young children into the work of science The language used is very basic and integrates well with the English Programme so as not to distract from the scientific content of the experiments More Details Science Quest 2 Builds on the basic ideas dealt with in Book 1 at an age appropriate level In the 11 experiments the children are encouraged to predict outcomes before carrying out simple and interesting experiments involving bubbles making rainbows seeing how plants need oxygen air in balloons etc More Details Science Quest 3 In the 20 experiments new ideas are explored in a fun style The experiments

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  • What a Wonderful World! | Book Categories | CJ Fallon
    colourful format More Details What a Wonderful World Senior Infants Revised These revised editions of the popular What a Wonderful World books for Infants and Junior Classes have been completely redesigned and updated and are presented in a new vibrant and colourful format More Details What a Wonderful World First Class Revised These revised editions of the popular What a Wonderful World books for Infants and Junior Classes have been

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  • Classroom Drama – A Practical Guide | CJ Fallon
    Classroom Drama A Practical Guide Click to Enlarge image A unique and very useful guide for primary school teachers who want to increase the amount of drama work in the classroom full of valuable insights lesson plans and practical advice to help teachers to successfully include the educational benefits drama into their teaching and learning strategies to the benefit all pupils This is a practical guide to teaching drama in the primary classroom It offers step by step guidance to help teachers grow in confidence in their use of drama across the curriculum A great book for beginners Carmel O Sullivan Education Department Trinity College Dublin KEY TOPICS IN THE BOOK INCLUDE Many examples of practical drama teaching strategies Advice on how best to use these teaching strategies A variety of lesson plans with photo copiable resources References to strands and strand units from the other subjects Specific tips for those involved in early years education Examples of how drama can be employed in any subject to help childrens comprehension of complex material Useful resources and websites About the Author Una McCabe lectures in drama at St Patrick s College Drumcondra She has a wide experience of Drama in Education

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  • Special Education in Irish Classrooms | CJ Fallon
    Education in Irish Classrooms Click to Enlarge image Special Education in Irish Classrooms A Practical Guide An essentail guide for all teachers and parents of students with special educational needs at primary and secondary level this how to book is full of valuable insights and practical advice for the successful implementation of inclusive educational strategies that benefit all pupils Fiona King s book is a must have for all teachers SENO s NEPS psychologists and anyone interested in including children with special educational needs in the classroom Its practical style is both accessible and academically sound Fiona has written a book that will be used to propel special education in Ireland forward over the next two decades Dr David Carey Frobel College of Education Dublin KEY TOPICS IN THE BOOK INCLUDE Ideas for the structure of in class support Getting started and following a strategy Applying peer tutoring strategies Practical guidelines for assisting reading comprehension skills Tips on encouraging creative writing Successful teaching strategies for Mathematics Effective instruction for spelling in a whole class situation Useful resources and websites About the Author Fiona King is a resource teacher working in Fahy National School Co Mayo She lectures part time for

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  • Cracking The College Code | CJ Fallon
    Where and when to look for help The challenges of living at home or away Catherine O Connor MA Ed Education Consultant works as an education specialist in student recruitment at Trinity College Dublin and has over twenty years experience in education including the design and delivery of diploma degree and master s programmes at both Trinity College and Dublin City University Following a career in financial services the study of drama led her to a Training and Development career where she worked in the community motivating the long term unemployed to return to study and work after the last recession Catherine has also researched and published within the areas of education and technology enhanced learning Reviews for Cracking the College Code A brilliant book and what every student parent guardian needs to read on entry to third level education Informative realistic and comprehensive This book kept me interested every step of the way Superbly written and something I will refer to time and time again Nora Irwin Parent and former Director National Parents Council Post Primary and Executive Committee Member COMPASS Co operation of Minority Religions Protestant Parents Association Cracking the College Code has a wealth of information for

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  • Parents’ Guide to the Primary School Years | CJ Fallon
    child gets the most from their Primary school years This book has been written to provide parents with a guide to what their children will be taught in Primary school in Ireland By knowing more about the topics in the curriculum and how they might be taught parents will hopefully feel more connected and involved in the process This should enable them to play a more active and supportive role throughout these crucial years of early education The book describes each subject in the curriculum in detail There is a section on how best to deal with homework The guidebook also provides information on some of the learning difficulties such as dyslexia and ADD describing the early signs to look out for and providing reassurance and reference points for further information The Primary curriculum was revised in 1999 and now comprises of eleven subjects The Parents Guidebook provides an overview of each one In addition each subject is reviewed as it relates to relevant age groups Junior and Senior Infants 1st and 2nd Class 3rd and 4th Class 5th and 6th Class The book seeks to be informative not instructional avoiding jargon and educational terminology and the overall tone is as light and conversational as possible It is not intended to educate you fully on the subject matter it is merely intended to describe the core elements of each subject enabling you to make a more positive contribution to the primary education of your child or children The book contains A detailed overview of each subject giving you a general understanding of the material being covered Each subject described as it applies to specific age categories Some guidelines as to how a particular topic may be taught A description of how each subject has changed since our day Lots of

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  • Parents’ Guide to the Secondary School Years | CJ Fallon
    to face during their children s time at Secondary School in Ireland The book covers everything from handling the step up from Primary School to Secondary School Transition Year career guidance and study techniques in addition to a description of the major examination subjects There is a natural requirement by all parents to understand and get closer to the secondary school system Parents can feel much less involved when their children reach secondary school compared to their primary school years Communications with teenagers can become strained there is far less direct contact with the secondary school for a parent and yet the desire amongst parents to help their children is stronger than ever While the stakes are higher and the pressure to conform is greater the amount of information available to parents about what actually goes on is pretty meagre This book succeeds in bringing all the complexities of life in secondary school into an easy to read and highly informative book The book is full of interesting articles written by a panel of experts There are three excellent articles dealing with adolescence written by Dr David Carey Froebel College of Education including a fascinating article on so called hidden

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  • Essential Guide to Special Education in Ireland | CJ Fallon
    resources for Parents Student Click Here Essential Guide to Special Education in Ireland Click to Enlarge image The Essential Guide to Special Education in Ireland is the first book to provide an overview of Special Education in Ireland It is written for parents and teachers who are involved with children who have learning difficulties across the spectrum from dyslexia to autism The international trend towards teaching these children in mainstream schools as opposed to Special Schools is being implemented in Ireland over the past ten years and this has serious implications for everyone The book describes how the entire process works from identifying the initial signs of a learning difficulty through the assessment process and on to the formulation of the all important Individual Education Plan It describes each special education condition in detail and provides parents teachers and principals with all the information and help they need to ensure they are doing all they can to provide every child with access to appropriate education It has been written by Dr David Carey one of the country s foremost experts on Special Needs education He is Special Needs Co ordinator in Froebel College of Education in Dublin one of the

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