CESI 2018: Shaping Tomorrow Today

= Presentation = Workshop

Saturday, Mar 10th

3/8/18 08:30 - 3/8/18 09:00

Registration

3/8/18 09:00 - 3/8/18 09:20

Conference Opening.

Dr Anne Looney
E214
3/8/18 09:25 - 3/8/18 09:55

Keynote Address

Dr Richard Millwood & Elizabeth Oldham
E214
3/8/18 10:00 - 3/8/18 10:25

The 4C’s of 21st century learning – A Whole-School Approach to Coding

Nichola Spokes
E214

17 times 23, Manholes, and the word unique.

Laurence Cuffe
E203

The COOL School Debate: Are We Ready for the Future?

Mark Brown
E205
3/8/18 10:00 - 3/8/18 10:55

BreakoutEDU – make the team, break the code!

Pam O'Brien, Stephen Howell
E206

An Introduction to CS First

Eilis Tracey
E303

Teaching computer science through unplugged puzzles and games

James Lockwood
E305

Bringing the Curriculum to Life

Martin Bailey
E223
3/8/18 10:30 - 3/8/18 10:55

An Overview of the Digital Learning Framework for Schools

Roy Mitchll PDST
E214

Open Textbooks, Open Pedagogy

Bea de los Arcos
E203

OneNote for your classroom, you school and collaboration

Dr Miriam Nugent
E205
3/8/18 11:00 - 3/8/18 11:25

Coffee Break  at Vendor Stands

E224
3/8/18 11:30 - 3/8/18 11:55

Second Level to Further Education to Third Level, the CS future is Bright!

Keith Quille
E214

Using ICT to overcome the barrier of Dyslexia in the MFL classroom

Siobhán Daly
E203

Leaving Certificate Computer Science – an A-Z Guide

Frank Kehoe & Joe English PDST
E205
3/8/18 11:30 - 3/8/18 12:25

Engaged Learners – Energise, Invigorate and Revitalise

Chris Reina
E206

What the Robot Army can Teach Us

Andrew Bates
E303

Virtual Reality: Enhancing learning for the classroom of tomorrow

Mark Baldwin
E305

Shaping tomorrow’s problem solvers today – the use of the Bebras challenge.  Attymass National School

Attymass National School
E223

Out of the Box and into the Classroom

Éanna Ó Brádaigh, Dave O’Brien
E306
3/8/18 12:00 - 3/8/18 12:25

The Flipped STAFF room “Using Instructional Videos created by staff for staff to enhance technology integration”.

Stephen Gallagher
E214

Tuigeann Anois! Creating Irish Language ibooks using an online collaborative learning environment

Kathryn Scannell
E205
3/8/18 12:30 - 3/8/18 14:00

Lunch

3/8/18 14:00 - 3/8/18 14:25

Innovation, Collaboration and Technology – a dynamic approach to supporting students with dyslexia

Maria McLoughlin & Simon Rekab
E214

Use of Thimble to integrate HTML, CSS, Scratch and Microbit

Peadar Harvey
E203
3/8/18 14:00 - 3/8/18 14:55

Exploring Ethics through Interactive Games Creation

Kate Delaney and Siobhán Clancy
E206

Using a Digital Portfolio (Seesaw) to Develop Critical Thinking in the Classroom and Support the Link Between Home and School

Seán Ormsby
E306

Encouraging professional reflection at whole school level – development of SELFIE (EU’s Joint Research Centre, Seville)

Seán Gallagher
E303

TurtleStitch – programmed embroidery to learn computing

Richard Millwood
E305
3/8/18 14:30 - 3/8/18 14:55

Scratching the surface of code with scratch and microbits

Aoibheann Mangan
E203

Junior Cycle Coding in Action
Schools Perspective

Gwen Campbell
3/8/18 15:00 - 3/8/18 15:25

ICT Infrastructure – Responding to different school situations

Tom Lonergan
E214

Engaging with openness

Catherine Cronin
E203

Today’s Teacher, Tomorrow

Joanna Norton
E205
3/8/18 15:00 - 3/8/18 15:55

The Magic of Green Screen film Making in the Classroom

Cormac Cahill
E206

Developing Computational Thinking Skills Using Lego We Do 2.0

Frank Ó Tormaigh
F125

CESI•CS a community of practice for computing

Richard Millwood
E305

Ag múineadh na Gaeilge le cartún

Nicola Molloy
E306

Mapping Active Responses

Bernard Goldbach
E223
3/8/18 15:30 - 3/8/18 15:55

The History Lab: Promoting Digital Historical Research Skills

Orna Farrell
E214

Learning to Learn at the Learning Hub

Catherine Kelly
E203

eTwinning – exploring virtual collaboration and mobility

Brendan Colleran
E205
3/8/18 16:00 - 3/8/18 16:50

Conference Capstone:

“Shaping Tomorrow Today”

Stephen Howell
E214
3/8/18 17:00 - 3/8/18 18:00

CESI AGM

E214

Facebooktwittergoogle_pluspinterestlinkedinmailFacebooktwittergoogle_pluspinterestlinkedinmail