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Pixton Comics 1m
"Since much of my research is in the field of urban history, where architecture and place matter so much, being able to show hundreds of images of Hanoi before, during, and after French colonial rule was a tremendous opportunity."
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Simon Lewis 3h
Some shocking statistics in this survey
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susan donnelly healy Jun 17
“The Leaving Cert rewards quick thinking rather than deep thinking, cramming rather than learning.” Agree, Breda O’Brien. - Agree the comparative a reductive process in a terminal exam. Far better as a modular exam or ‘assignment’ long essay like LC History.
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MiriamBergin Jun 18
Does anyone have advice for aparent who paid for an Ed Psychologist Report for a child who has dyslexia, there areinaccuracies in report even the wrong school name that the child attends. Wait of7 weeksfor report, psychologist not responding to request to change errors
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Rahoo Jun 18
What do you believe about your students?
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Rahoo 10h
A question that comes up regularly with AfL is "What is it in a nutshell"? Read more:
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Neil Butler Jun 17
Two of the SNAs in our school have just created this *amazing* resource to help us figure out calming exercises during difficult times. I'm continually and completely blown away by our staff's ridiculous excellence.
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Joanne O'Flaherty 4h
Great first day with - tomorrow ‘writing case study vignettes for educator training’
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Hugh Lynn 12h
Can't beat the school sports day. We love the parachute
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JCT History 2h
Click here to search all our tweets include and the number of the Learning Outcome in the search bar
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Greg Foley Jun 18
Just back from an INTRA (work placement) visit. Employer was wonderful, student was fantastic. We're getting a lot of things right.
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No Accord In Educate Together 30m
Tonight was the parents talk by the alternative provider we had to fight so hard to get. Nice full car park, all parents wanted was with no religious bias.
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Greg Foley Jun 17
Ok, finally knuckling down. Going to put everything down and write a book (proposal first I guess) with the working title: "The mad, mad world of higher education"
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Code Club ROI Jun 18
We a busy finalising 29 New Welcome Packs for delivery before the end of term Is your school introducing Coding from September? Then you still have time to register for your FREE Code Club to also recieve your exclusive welcome Pack
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Peter Lydon Jun 18
Replying to @peter_lydon
are good kids who live decent lives and contribute massively to the lives of people and the community around them. /.
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Lisa Carey 2h
A great read for any teacher. Will be taking this on board.
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Rahoo Jun 18
Over 100 teachers voted on our Instagram Poll. The said NO TECH! Raises questions about the effectiveness of technology use in Irish schools. We believe teaching & learning is the bread & butter of schools, not ICT!
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JCT History 3h
The Gaelic Athletic Association in the Irish Free State from might be of interest to those preparing teaching and learning around Learning Outcomes 2.10, 2.4 and 1.11
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EqualPayforLPTs 7h
Replying to @SarahAMcInerney
Do you know what would be better than this bullsh*t ? Pay equality. Pay equality would be a much better way of showing appreciation for teachers. . Could you please promote pay equality & highlight government’s policy of pay inequality?
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Claire O Riordan Jun 17
PDST School Support is open for 19/20. Digital Technology Advisors can visit to provide FREE tailored training to teachers on the DLF, tablets, digital tools, online safety, digital portfolios etc based on the resources available at your school.
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