Conference 2010: Presentations & Workshops

21st Century Classroom: Connecting teachers and children through ‘play’ technology – The Nintendo DS and Wii
Anne McMorrough & Ban Ryan

Alternative Music Technology Options for Post-Primary Music Exams
John Crowe

Asia-Europe Classroom Network
Adrienne Webb

Capstone Address: Tales from an Archipelago
Dr. Conor Galvin

CrazyTalk
Ian Roller

Developing Educational Games for Free
Stephen Howell

Digital Literacy in the 21st Century: Implications for Teaching & Learning
Audrey Byrne

Extending teaching and learning beyond the walls of our school
Patricia Ward, John Englishby & Pippa Brady

FIS – User Generated Content and the Role it has to play
Ciaran McCormack

Geogebra
Annie Patton

Google Wave for Education
John Jennings

Handwriting analysis for Dyslexia Detection using SmartPens / Using Intelligent Augmented Reality Software in the Classroom
Scott O’Malley, Brett Lawless & Stephen Howell

ICT and Language Teaching
Brendan Duignan

Implementing Technical Support in a School
Tom Lonergan

Keynote Address: New Tools, New Curriculum, New Opportunities
Joe Dale

Making it easier for Teachers through the use of Technology
Mark Glynn

National Rollout of Scratch
Conor Keyes, Jessie Byrne & Clare McInerney

New Developments in Teacher CPD: Online courses for teachers, UNESCO ICT Competency Framework and EPICT.
John Hurley & Michael Hallissy (H2)

Online Applications for Slideshows and Movies
Enda Donlon

Online Encyclopaedias through Scoilnet
Karin Whooley & Pat Coffey

Practical Virtual Worlds in Education – Case Studies from Irish Schools
James Corbett & Keith Kennedy

Pre-Service Student Teachers ‘Vision’ of ICT in their future classrooms
Alison Egan

Someone Else’s Shoes – An Interactive Game on Multculturalism
Dr. Miriam Judge

Successfully Integrating a Virtual Learning Environment (V.L.E.) and Sourcing Quality Content – a case study
Terry Fannon

Teaching using a Tablet PC
Padraig O’Dubhaigh

The Potential Use of Social Software in Rural Irish Schools
Jim O’Sullivan & Sally Reynolds

ThinkQuest – 21C skills in practice (learning by stealth)
Christopher Binns

Use of Microsoft Office tools to produce individualized student assignments, an anti-plagiarism initiative leads to a serendipitous change in classroom culture!
Laurence Cuffe

Using a blog in a primary classroom: see how both pupils and teachers can use a classroom blog to enhance teaching and learning.
Kieran Kelly

Workshop session for teachers relatively new to ICT in Education looking for ideas on where to start
Clifford Brown

Why Teach – iTeach
Dr. Daithí Ó Murchú

‘A lot learned, a lot more to learn’ – The growing prospect of primary and post-primary school teachers using the Kurzweil 3000 Text to Speech tool in the 21st century.
John Phayer

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