Monthly Archives: September 2014

News Update

With the upcoming changes for the LSL network and the publishing dates drawing near for the final report, case studies and the CPD course this is a busy time for the project coordinators and partners. Diana Bannister from the University … Continue reading

Posted in In-school projects, Professional Development, Whole-school planning

What 2 tips would you share?

It’s almost 18 months since the regional hub first came together in DCU. There have been some interesting, positive outputs from you all during that time. If you had to cherry pick just 2 things you’d share with others based on your … Continue reading

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Connected Classrooms

The today carries an inspiring news item for anyone interested in the integration of ICT into education.  The article tells of how through the “Connected Classroom” project four students in Warrenmount Presentation School participated in Maria Broderick’s higher-level maths … Continue reading

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A New Year Begins

Happy new (academic) year! The 2014/2015 school year is up and running and the summer holidays feel like a million years ago. I’m in a new setting this year, working as part of my school’s SEN team for the first … Continue reading

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8 easy steps?

One of the aims of the Living School Lab approach is to provide easy-to-replicate steps for other schools on ‘how-to’ mainstream the integration of ICT across a school and the curriculum. During the LSL summer school we tried to capture … Continue reading

Posted in Action research, eLearning Team, How-to, In-school projects, Sharing expertise

first post

Hi all, My name is Ruth Donald, and I’m a SEN teacher in Mary Mother of Hope SNS in Clonee. I am hoping to introduce Edmodo to our 6th classes (there are 4 of them), and to have it up … Continue reading

Posted in Action research, In-school projects