Accenture Ireland in partnership with Dublin City University, has launched a pilot internship scheme that aims to help trainee teachers pass on the knowledge of STEM subjects by giving them hands-on experience working in various STEM roles.
Best of luck to all our students sitting exams in June.
Comments on this year's SEC exams should be sent to:
Junior Science: Yvonne Higgins: firstname.lastname@example.org
LC Biology: Úna Moroney: email@example.com
LC Chemistry: Mary Mullaghy: firstname.lastname@example.org
LC Physics: Seán Finn: email@example.com
Computer Science and STEM innovations learning innovations in ‘21Century Schools of Distinction’ despite resource shortfall. A report on first year of Trinity Access 21 project supported by Google recommends Investment in resources and structural changes in schools required for progress.
This unique course is open to practicing education professionals of all disciplines and subject areas in second and third level education.. The course runs from 13th June - 1st July. Applications close on 20th May. Bursaries to part cover fees are available.
The overall winners of the One Good Idea competition were St. Mogue's College, Bawnboy, Cavan with their project "Showerlite". The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland’s (SEAI) One Good Idea 2016 National Final took place on 11th May at the Print Works in Dublin Castle.
CIT is hoping to develop a teaching science laboratory that can do the following:
Title: Using Sensors to Conduct Inquiry Based Learning in Chemistry
Date: Saturday May 14th 2016
Venue: UL, Bianconi House, 3rd Floor, Chemistry Dept.
Time: 9.30am - 4.00pm