Last Call for DreamSpace CPD

A last call out to potential participants on our two new blended courses (Face-to-face & online), ‘Making Sense of Minecraft for Education and ‘Enhancing 21st Skills using Microsoft Tools’ in DreamSpace, Microsoft’s new immersive teaching and learning experience. We have a limited number of places still available but book now to avoid disappointment… Spend 3 days in Microsoft DreamSpace (2-4 July) followed by 2 days online this summer and learn how to…

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Coding resources are Evolving

On Friday the 8th of June the 2018 Digital Strategy Action Plan was published. The plan sets out a road map for the next twelve months. There are over 80 actions outlined in this action plan and one of these relates to Coding in the wider Primary Curriculum. Action Number 1.2 states that four sub-actions will take place during 2018. ● Publish examples of schools’ working with coding – phase…

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Summer CPD Special – Buy 1 Get 1 Free!

Summer Special: Buy One Course And Get One Free… For a limited time, TeachNet are offering two courses for the price of one on any of our five EPV day approved online courses.  It’s that simple, pay for one course and get a second free, for you or a colleague/friend. To avail of this offer, enrol at www.teachnet.ie/courses/enrol/ for your preferred course before July 1st 2018 and then email cpd@teachnet.ie or…

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Back to Basics – OneNote

We’ve covered in depth some of the most powerful (and advanced) features of OneNote in the classroom here previously. This time round, we’re going to go right back to basics, in the first of a new series of posts designed to cover the fundamentals of popular classroom apps, so lets get started… The following OneNote video tutorial will guide you through… Adding Text Inserting Tables Adding Tags Adding File Attachments…

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OneNote in the Classroom? 8 Reasons Why…

Since that faithful afternoon when an inspiring Maths and Accounting teacher told me: “I have to show you this great app”, I have loved OneNote and use it every single day. Quickly I could see its potential for both teaching and learning, in particular, how It can adapt to your specific needs in a particular moment in time: Sometimes it is an infinite white canvas if you need to explain…

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TeachNet CPD Summer 2018

For Summer 2018, TeachNet are offering seven EPV Day Approved courses, to help you and your school achieve effective ICT integration into teaching and learning, including two new blended (Face-to-face and online) courses, ‘Making Sense of Minecraft for Education’ and ‘Enhancing 21st Skills using Microsoft Tools’, developed in association with Microsoft Education and hosted in DreamSpace, their new immersive teaching and learning centre. TeachNet’s online courses bring together the expertise of St.…

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Collaborate in School with Teams

Microsoft Teams is a digital hub that brings conversations, content, and apps together in one place. From the Office 365 Education homepage teachers can create collaborative classrooms, connect in professional learnings communities, communicate with staff and more… Watch the step-by-step tutorial below to learn how to get started with Teams in your school.   Want to know more? Check out Microsoft Teams for Education here or enrol for the free…

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Organise & Collaborate with OneNote Class Notebook

OneNote Class Notebook is an add-in for OneNote that helps you to streamline the use of OneNote between you, the teacher, and your class of numerous students. Teachers spent too long in the past building notebooks with varying settings to allow OneNote to be the absolute one stop shop for class delivery, content management and collaboration. This app will create a class notebook, which includes three types of sub-notebooks: Student…

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Up Skill this Spring with TeachNet CPD

To help you and your school effectively deliver digital learning in the classroom, TeachNet is currently enrolling for its Spring Course Programme, with four online courses. All our courses are designed to help both primary and second-level teachers get the most out of technology in their classrooms.  TeachNet courses are designed “by teachers, for teachers” using the best interactive e-learning technology and provide practical ideas for using digital technologies creatively.…

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BYOD – more headaches than benefits?

During a “Croke Park” session on “Tablet Devices in Primary Schools” late last year, the topic of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) generated lots of discussion and debate. The arguments for and against this initiative were well reasoned and well thought out and all of the arguments will be familiar to anyone who has followed this topic both online and in the wider media. Initially there was a small bit…

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