Four language teachers came up Linguaswap, the first online language swapping website for second-level students globally,
Looking to the future in education: A rocky year in store for teachers, potentially a good one for parents and will Quinn continue in education?
My Education Week: The arrival of the cigire used to be met with dread, but now it’s part of a wider partnership process
One in 10 people is affected by the condition, and although general teacher training doesn’t include enough about how to teach children who have it, knowledge and support have improved
IADT’s investment in green screen and HD technology is preparing students for the way modern film and TV work
At the Galway Education Centre, Bernard Kirk’s innovative and fun approach to science and robotics has proven a hit with children
Something has to change in Irish teaching; much of that change will have to come from the teachers themselves
According to the best estimates there are just over 168,000 students in full-time higher education and this is expected to increase every year
The data was garnered from two sources and includes students who got places in any of 33 colleges on the island of Ireland
Figures published today show that Irish schools perform well when it comes to helping their pupils progress to third level, but some statistics hide surprising facts
Gaelscoileanna and, despite cuts to their funding, private schools, are turning out students who are doing well in the race for admission to high-points courses in third-level institutions
Look at 71% of the published percentages for a more accurate picture of how a school is doing academically
Galway teacher Sarah Varden describes a week of taking home-economics classes in an all-boys’ school
Thursday is World Philosophy Day, a good time to get children asking the big questions
A John Lennon song provides the inspiration for fifth-class pupils to think in questions
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