Monthly Archives: October 2013

Depression

Watched Prime Time last night and was in awe in how Conor Cusack spoke very comfortably about his battle with depression. He is a model for all. His blog is well worth a read: http://www.independent.ie/blog/conor-cusack-depression-is-a-friend-not-my-enemy-29707558.html     However there is an … Continue reading

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Reform of the Junior Cert

This video is well worth a watch. Gives a great insight into the changes that will take place over the next few years and the possible pro’s and con’s of this newly reformed curriculum.  Anne Looney and Sinead Ryan discuss … Continue reading

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Keep history a core subject!!

The new Junior Cert is very much in the spotlight at the moment. As a history this is really worrying and I believe that if history is not a core subject there will be a gradual decline in students taking … Continue reading

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Prime Time

Prime Time tonight at 9.30 should be well worth a watch. Its about the change in the curriculum.  

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Studyclix

Studyclix is Ireland’s newest study website with great free learning resources for Junior and Leaving Cert students and teachers.       It is a website that contains resources, websites and tips for students and teachers to enhance and succeed … Continue reading

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Search for Meaning & Values

Studyclix seems to be on first glance a very useful website resource for teaching Religious Education to either a exam or non exam class. For this section The Search for Meaning & Values it gives a few recommended website and … Continue reading

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Trócaire

The Trócaire website is an excellent teaching resource for anyone involved in either Religious Education or CSPE. Additionally it has really interesting initiatives that could be a really good basis for a TY Religious Education project.   

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