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Good Practice (Irish National Centre for Technology in Education)

Uploaded by Ton Koenraad,


Resource language: English

Author(s)/editor(s): PDST Technology in Education.

Educational context(s): Primary Education, Secondary Education, Vocational Education

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The Irish National Centre for Technology in Education (NCTE), a Department of Education and Skills initiative, promotes and supports the integration of ICT in learning and teaching in first and second level schools. With effect from 1st June 2012, functions of the former NCTE will be run under the new name of PDST Technology in Education. 

Part of the Good Practice section is a collection of classroom video showing examples of ICT integration. Its motto is much like the iTILT approach: 'Show me, don’t tell me ! There is no better way for teachers to understand what we mean by “ICT integration” in learning and teaching than seeing it in action. In these short video clips, teachers will have access to some practical but real examples of ICT in action in Irish classrooms and in other countries'

Also some examples are available of IWB use in the MFL classroom (primary and post-primary)





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