#dojoChatEU – Global Issues and Topical Events

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Every week I summarise the #classDojoEU conversation on Twitter with my own thoughts on the questions asked. This week the topic was Global Issues and Topical Events. There was an interesting mix of questions. Q1. How have you been using the Rugby World Cup to teach the different curricular areas? Geography and Maths have been the two areas in the curriculum that have benefited most from the World Cup. From learning about each country to working out derivations of points, both these subjects were brought to life. Q2. Which current events and issues are you and your learners interested in or motivated by? Sometimes, the best resource you can get is the front page of the daily newspaper. It's  great way to start discussions about the world and the issues in the country. Sometimes, one has to censor things due to the children's ages but...

Promethean sponsors ITL Festival

Promethean is to be the lead sponsor of the inaugural Irish Teaching and Learning Festival, held in Citywest Conference Centre, Dublin on 15th and 16th October, 2010. Anseo.net is one of the supporters of this event. The conference will feature education thought leader, and Oscar winning producer, Lord David Puttnam, presenting his vision of how Ireland can better meet the educational needs of its new generation of learners. Graham Byrne, head of Ireland and Scotland at Promethean said: "There has been very strong demand for an Irish event to highlight the very latest resources, technologies and trends in teaching. As a global leading educational technology company and creator of the ActivClassroom suite of classroom solutions, we are delighted to support the Ireland's first ever interactive conference and exhibition." Promethean will be...

CESI Meet – Dingle

The CESI Executive Committee is delighted to announce its next CESI Meet on 17th September 2010.  As usual the Meet is a  semi-formal evening of sharing information, ideas and projects, this CESI Meet’s programme will provide attendees with exposure to different ICT & learning topics in the span of two hours in the Skellig Hotel, Dingle. CESI Meet is always a brilliant event, with so many things to learn. The Registration Fee is €10 (includes refreshments) and it is €10 well spent in my opinion. Also, following the recent interest in Moodle on the CESI-List,  in addition to Friday evening's CESI Meet, a Moodle workshop will be held the following morning from 10:00 - 12:00 in Pobalscoil Chorca, Dhuibhne , Dingle.