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  • 2016 'Decade of Centenaries' All-Island Schools History Competition - Scoilnet
    with it Ireland and the First World War a study of the Irish experience of the war from the perspective of an individual or group This could involve a focus on a particular battle or a consideration of the entire 1914 1918 period women s history in Ireland in the revolutionary period a study of a particular individual group organisation movement striving to improve the quality of women s lives in Ireland in the 1912 1922 period a local regional studies theme from a century ago a study of a particular historical event that affected your local or regional area in the 1912 1922 period Closing date for entries is 4th March 2016 Must Read Documents Entry Requirements Cover Sheet to accompany entry DES circular outlining the competition in English as Gaeilge Preparing for the competition The Dictionary of Irish Biography is available free to schools within the Schools Broadband Network and would provide the perfect reliable source for information about personalities associated with this period in history View all news Primary Post Primary Primary Twitter Post Primary Twitter Search Discover Contribute Scoilnet supports Primary and Post Primary teachers in sharing and finding useful resources for the classroom Make it your own by using and contributing the best learning and teaching resources for your students Subscribe to our Newsletter First name Email Address School level Primary Post Primary Scoilnet About Us Contact Us News Star Site Teachers Pick Tools for Teachers Schools that Blog Site Info Help Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Cookies Accessibility Copyright Scoilnet Services About Scoilnet Services Scoilnet Websites Scoilnet Accounts Scoilnet API Scoilnet Webhosting Blogs Schools Broadband 2016 This website uses cookies so we can provide you with the best user experience To find out more see our Cookie Policy Either your browser does not support

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  • Radió na Gaeltachta 1916 competition - Scoilnet
    the country north and south are invited to submit proposals for a 30 minute radio programme in Irish on the theme of the 1916 Easter Rising by 7 December The second stage sees five of the best proposals being selected and a radio producer will work with those schools to produce the programmes for broadcast in spring 2016 The best overall programme will be awarded 1000 Judges will be looking for programmes that are imaginative and innovative This programme is being run with support from the Department of Arts Heritage and the Gaeltacht The competition presents a wonderful opportunity for pupils to learn about the Rising its impact on the country and its importance in 2016 while also improving their Irish More information from the RnaG website View all news Primary Post Primary Primary Twitter Post Primary Twitter Search Discover Contribute Scoilnet supports Primary and Post Primary teachers in sharing and finding useful resources for the classroom Make it your own by using and contributing the best learning and teaching resources for your students Subscribe to our Newsletter First name Email Address School level Primary Post Primary Scoilnet About Us Contact Us News Star Site Teachers Pick Tools for Teachers Schools that Blog Site Info Help Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Cookies Accessibility Copyright Scoilnet Services About Scoilnet Services Scoilnet Websites Scoilnet Accounts Scoilnet API Scoilnet Webhosting Blogs Schools Broadband 2016 This website uses cookies so we can provide you with the best user experience To find out more see our Cookie Policy Either your browser does not support JavaScript or it is disabled Scoilnet ie works best with JavaScript enabled Add a resource Did you know that your Internet Explorer is out of date To get the best possible experience using our website we recommend that you upgrade to

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  • Calling our young diplomats - Iveagh Scholars competition - Scoilnet
    of Foreign Affairs and Trade through a week long programme that will be held in the headquarters of the Department in Iveagh House on St Stephen s Green Dublin Students can enter the competition in one of two ways with a short written composition or a recorded video entry This year s chosen theme Honouring the Past Imagining the Future encourages students to consider Ireland s rich past and how it might help to inform our future role and impact on the global stage particularly within the context of next year s commemorations of the 1916 Rising the Battle of the Somme and the 60th anniversary of Ireland s accession to the UN Only one entry per school is permitted and must be received by the Department on or before Monday 30 November Competition packs will be sent to all schools More information and how to enter View all news Primary Post Primary Primary Twitter Post Primary Twitter Search Discover Contribute Scoilnet supports Primary and Post Primary teachers in sharing and finding useful resources for the classroom Make it your own by using and contributing the best learning and teaching resources for your students Subscribe to our Newsletter First name Email Address School level Primary Post Primary Scoilnet About Us Contact Us News Star Site Teachers Pick Tools for Teachers Schools that Blog Site Info Help Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Cookies Accessibility Copyright Scoilnet Services About Scoilnet Services Scoilnet Websites Scoilnet Accounts Scoilnet API Scoilnet Webhosting Blogs Schools Broadband 2016 This website uses cookies so we can provide you with the best user experience To find out more see our Cookie Policy Either your browser does not support JavaScript or it is disabled Scoilnet ie works best with JavaScript enabled Add a resource Did you know that your Internet

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  • Literacy - Scoilnet
    and implemented whereby specific literacy is taught across all subject areas to include subject specific vocabulary This in effect recognises and addresses the reading and writing demands of specific subjects PDST With a view to supporting teachers in this role the PDST have developed a two day seminar aimed at Literacy Link teachers Teachers are equipped with resources and strategies on how to coordinate literacy programmes within their schools and develop whole school literacy policies The following is an overview of the resources made available as part of the seminars and follow up support Literacy Link Seminar Day 1 Presentation Literacy Link Seminar day 2 Presentation In addition to this the JCSP LCA and LCVP are long established programmes that have been runing various literacy initiatives and interventions with successful outcomes Scoilnet Scoilnet also provides hundreds of engaging English resources at all levels which have been reviewed by Irish teachers Use our new search function to find one that suits your needs Spotlight on Resources Created By Scoilnet Literacy in French Get Hooked on Reading Take your pen for a walk The News By other organisations Recommended Reading School Based Resources Developing a school wide literacy plan Junior Certificate Factsheet English Primary Post Primary Primary Twitter Post Primary Twitter Search Discover Contribute Scoilnet supports Primary and Post Primary teachers in sharing and finding useful resources for the classroom Make it your own by using and contributing the best learning and teaching resources for your students Subscribe to our Newsletter First name Email Address School level Primary Post Primary Scoilnet About Us Contact Us News Star Site Teachers Pick Tools for Teachers Schools that Blog Site Info Help Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Cookies Accessibility Copyright Scoilnet Services About Scoilnet Services Scoilnet Websites Scoilnet Accounts Scoilnet API Scoilnet Webhosting Blogs Schools

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  • Inclusion - Scoilnet
    who liaise with parents and schools and the HSE in providing resources to support children with special educational needs In 2011 it published Inclusive Education Framework A guide for schools on the inclusion of pupils with special educational needs Scoilnet Scoilnet has developed a number of factsheets see below which provide definitions characteristics of special needs helpful strategies and related links as a means of supporting teachers in responding to inclusion in education Inclusive education is a process that involves the transformation of schools and other centres of learning to cater for all children including boys and girls students from ethnic and linguistic minorities rural populations UNESCO 2009 See more publications on inclusion by the NCCA Introduction to the Laptops Initiative 2003 05 which involved mobile technology literacy and inclusion Spotlight on Resources Created By Scoilnet Special Needs Autistic Spectrum Disorder Dyslexia Dyspraxia Emotional Behavioural Difficulties All Special Educational Needs Factsheets By other organisations Inclusion of students with Special Needs A Continuum of Support for Post Primary Schools Resource Pack for Teachers NEPS Learning Support Guidelines DES Transition from Primary to Post Primary European Agency for Special Needs Raising Achievement for All Learners IILT Post Primary Publications Primary Post Primary Primary Twitter Post Primary Twitter Search Discover Contribute Scoilnet supports Primary and Post Primary teachers in sharing and finding useful resources for the classroom Make it your own by using and contributing the best learning and teaching resources for your students Subscribe to our Newsletter First name Email Address School level Primary Post Primary Scoilnet About Us Contact Us News Star Site Teachers Pick Tools for Teachers Schools that Blog Site Info Help Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Cookies Accessibility Copyright Scoilnet Services About Scoilnet Services Scoilnet Websites Scoilnet Accounts Scoilnet API Scoilnet Webhosting Blogs Schools Broadband 2016 This website

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  • Numeracy - Scoilnet
    a two day seminar pitched at Numeracy Link teachers Teachers are equipped with resources and strategies with regard to how to coordinate numeracy programmes within their schools Numeracy Link Teacher Seminar Day 1 Numeracy Link Teacher Seminar Day 2 Adopting a common approach The importance of mathematical language Problem solving Maths Competency tests School Self Evaluation Tools Cross Curricular Numeracy Charts In addition to this Project Maths which was implemented on a phased basis from September 2010 by the NCCA continues to restructure and re energise the teaching of Mathematics by placing greater emphasis on student understanding of mathematical concepts and relating them to everyday experiences The JCSP LCAP and LCVP also continue to implement initiatives to support the enhancement of numeracy within their schools Scoilnet Scoilnet provides access to hundreds of engaging Maths resources which have been reviewed by Irish teachers Use our new search function to find one that suits your needs Post primary students and Mathematics Spotlight on Resources Created By Scoilnet CensusAtSchool ie Project Maths Statistics Junior Certificate Algebra Mathematics in TY By other organisations NCCA videos and supports Project Maths Sample Leaving Cert exam papers Research into the impact of Project Maths Transition Year Maths Ideas and Approaches PDST videos and tips Primary Post Primary Primary Twitter Post Primary Twitter Search Discover Contribute Scoilnet supports Primary and Post Primary teachers in sharing and finding useful resources for the classroom Make it your own by using and contributing the best learning and teaching resources for your students Subscribe to our Newsletter First name Email Address School level Primary Post Primary Scoilnet About Us Contact Us News Star Site Teachers Pick Tools for Teachers Schools that Blog Site Info Help Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Cookies Accessibility Copyright Scoilnet Services About Scoilnet Services Scoilnet Websites Scoilnet Accounts

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  • The Ireland Collection - Scoilnet
    content is international in scope while also providing a rich focus on Ireland The Ireland Collection was created with funding from the JISC Digitisation Programme The National Centre for Technology in Education has licensed access to the Ireland Collection on behalf of 4 060 schools in Ireland What is JSTOR With more than a thousand academic journals and over one million images letters and other primary sources JSTOR is one of the world s most trusted sources for academic content How can secondary schools license access to other content in the JSTOR Archive Secondary schools may license access to over 1000 journal titles for one set of participation fees Secondary schools contribute a one time Archive Capital Fee of 500 USD and an ongoing Annual Access Fee of 2500 1500 or 750 which is based on the school s JSTOR Classification To obtain your school s JSTOR Classification and to request additional information please submit the secondary school feedback form on the JSTOR website JISC The Ireland Collection Showreel nbsp Relevant Links How to use JSTOR video tutorials JSTOR Help and Training Primary Post Primary Primary Twitter Post Primary Twitter Search Discover Contribute Scoilnet supports Primary and Post Primary teachers in sharing and finding useful resources for the classroom Make it your own by using and contributing the best learning and teaching resources for your students Subscribe to our Newsletter First name Email Address School level Primary Post Primary Scoilnet About Us Contact Us News Star Site Teachers Pick Tools for Teachers Schools that Blog Site Info Help Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Cookies Accessibility Copyright Scoilnet Services About Scoilnet Services Scoilnet Websites Scoilnet Accounts Scoilnet API Scoilnet Webhosting Blogs Schools Broadband 2016 This website uses cookies so we can provide you with the best user experience To find out

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  • Dictionary of Irish Biography - Scoilnet
    Irish careers of those born outside Ireland The Dictionary is widely applicable to the Leaving Certificate History syllabus at both ordinary and higher level especially the key personalities emanating from each topic of study Both the Early Modern Irish History 1494 1815 and the Later Modern Irish History 1815 1993 fields of study are well covered by the breadth and range of the Dictionary The comprehensive range of biographies featured will also be of considerable use to students of English Irish foreign languages Geography Science Technology the arts Music Religion and any area in which there were outstanding achievers The Dictionary allows searching by name and free text from the homepage The Dictionary s advanced search capabilities accessed via the Advanced Search button allow more precise searching using dates of birth or death places of birth or death gender religion career occupation and various free text options Introduction to Using the Dictionary of Irish Biography 8 mins nbsp Explore the Dictionary now Primary Post Primary Primary Twitter Post Primary Twitter Search Discover Contribute Scoilnet supports Primary and Post Primary teachers in sharing and finding useful resources for the classroom Make it your own by using and contributing the best learning and teaching resources for your students Subscribe to our Newsletter First name Email Address School level Primary Post Primary Scoilnet About Us Contact Us News Star Site Teachers Pick Tools for Teachers Schools that Blog Site Info Help Terms and Conditions Privacy Policy Cookies Accessibility Copyright Scoilnet Services About Scoilnet Services Scoilnet Websites Scoilnet Accounts Scoilnet API Scoilnet Webhosting Blogs Schools Broadband 2016 This website uses cookies so we can provide you with the best user experience To find out more see our Cookie Policy Either your browser does not support JavaScript or it is disabled Scoilnet ie works best

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