The RDS is calling for Expressions of Interest from primary school teachers interested in participating in the 2015 /2016 RDS STEM Learning Facilitator programme to become peer-leaders in science and maths primary education.
Those interested in finding out more are welcome to attend an Information Evening in the RDS at 6pm on May 6 – please email email@example.com to register your attendance.
Full details are available at www.rds.ie/stem and the deadline for Expressions of Interest is Wednesday, May 21, 2015. The programme will take place in St Patrick’s College, Drumcondra across 10 weekday evenings between September 2015 – May 2016
The Summer Courses will be available to book online from 5pm on Friday 24th April 2015, please ensure that your login details are correct
The ICT in Education conference will take place on the Thurles campus of LIT on Saturday 25th April.
The theme for this year's conference is 'Make, Bake, Take’ and places an emphasis on creativity and a series of presentations and workshops will showcase how technology can be used effectively to foster and facilitate creativity in the classroom.
A range of break-out sessions will see presentations and hands-on workshops delivered by practicising teachers across primary, secondary and third level education. These sessions will cover a diverse range of topics such as Minecraft in the Science classroom, Digital Portfolios. Virtualisation, Computer Games in the new Junior Cycle, Language and Technology, the Effective use of Images and Video in the classroom...
While schools are free are free to run an Active School Week at any point in the school year, National Active School Week 2015 takes place from April 27th to May 1st.
Many National Governing Bodies of Sport (NGBs) and Ireland Active leisure centres would like to support Dublin schools running ASW programmes. Lists of those near your school can be found by clicking the Read More button.
Ideas for school activities can also be found at www.activeschoolflag.ie