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Conor Power Apr 15
Replying to @fboss
Easter Hols like
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Jack Ryan Apr 17
Fav thing in this world is to check bank balance on pay day. I even check it the night before as it usually comes in. Any teachers not been paid yet?
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History Matters 365 9m
1/2 Recent events in Derry and Dublin show the importance of LO 2.5 of new junior cycle history; 'Consider the causes, course and consequences of the NI Troubles and their impact on North-South and Anglo-Irish relations'.
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History Matters 365 9m
Replying to @McHughJoeTD @NCCAie
2/2 Allowing this LO to be optional in schools is a mistake! Let's ensure we have a junior cycle in which every child develops a nuanced, mature understanding of the Northern Ireland Troubles. This is a moral imperative!
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Sandra Ní Dhubhda Apr 18
Would you please ask him why primary school teachers were not paid today?
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Liam Guilfoyle Apr 15
Replying to @fboss @conpower
I am late to the party...is no body else here? 😅
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EducationPosts.ie Apr 19
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Aisling 3m
Yet another reason why History should be core! 👇🏻
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Peter Lydon 3h
Irish education policy has been hijacked by well-meaning but deluded educationalists ( in a particularly narrow sense of the word). The repercussions for Ireland ( hope you're listening) are potentially profound.
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Peter Lydon Apr 18
trying to find a copy of >Learning in the Learner's Perspective. I. Some Common-Sense Conceptions. No. 76. Saljo, Roger (1979)< All I can find is citations but not the actual paper (save a failed attempt to access it from an Australian Library. Anybody know a location?
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Seomra Ranga Apr 20
New set of Alliteration Posters now on the site
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Peter Lydon 4h
Replying to @conorsmurf
An absolutely reprehensible article the argument of which is so badly made one wonders if on reflection, Professor Tom would realise he'd have been better to say nothing.
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Peter Lydon 5h
Replying to @WexfordEdCentre
What, like, instead of just making the decision himself, which he'll have to do in the end....
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Caitríona Hand Apr 19
Replying to @FionaWellBeing
We introduced it throughout the whole school (1st to 6th) from Day 1 of the school year, supported by SET time in every class. So much positive response from pupils, parents & staff that we want a programme for Infants too! Any ideas?!?! Thanks.
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