Conference 2009: Presentations & Workshops

21st Century Skills & Learners
John Hickey

7 keys to improving the use of Technology in your School
Michael Cox

Bloomin’ eTwinning! : Integrating innovative Technologies to enhance Creative Learning
Anne McMorrough

Bringing Mathematics to the Net Generation – Virtual Learning at Primary Level
Brenda Walsh

Capitalising on Student Access to ICT in the Home – a Discussion
Michael Molamphy

Digital Literacy in Irish Primary Schools (DLIPS) – Lessons from the classroom
Clifford Brown & Leo Casey

FóN Project – focused on the Teaching of Gaeilge at Post-Primary
Katrina Keogh & Judith Ní Mhurchú

Google Apps Education Edition Workshop
Padraig O’Dubhaigh and John Hegarty

Having Fun with Computer Programming and Games
Brendan O’Sullivan & Eamonn McQuade

i Technology in Learning and Teaching in the 21st. Century
Dr. Daithí Ó Murchú

ICT Infrastructure in Schools
Tom Lonergan

Keynote
Laurie O’Donnell

Ready for ACTION!
Kathryn Crowley and Katrina Keogh

Recent Indigenous Irish Software – A Sandbox Workshop
Seaghan Moriarty

Scoilnet Blogging
John Heffernan

Social Networking Sites and Online Language Exchange Programs for Language Learning
Alma Collins

Teachnet’s Learning Blog
Pat Brennan & John Hurley

The NCCA ICT Framework, Key Skills and SLSS Professional Development for Teachers
John Hennessy & Anne Walshe

The Wiimote Interactive Whiteboard Explored
Enda Donlon

Video Essentials For Educators
Paul Munroe

Welcome to Euro Creator, your gateway to a year of Creativity And Innovation
Ciaran McCormack

What’s the story Alice?: Making animated Movies using a cross curricular Computer Programming Tool
Jessie Byrne

Why Blogging is Best – How to use Blogs in the Primary Classroom
Simon Lewis

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