A major report on healthy diets and food systems is catching the media eye this morning.
Play your part for a safer internet by joining the SID 2019 celebrations! You can also register your school events here and make your mark on the map.
Explore the First Dáil that met in 1919. Meet the members, read the debates and check out the educational resources.
Captivate your post-primary geography students with these INFOMAR resources and supporting teacher created activities.
Scoilnet has collaborated with the RTÉ Archives to bring together a collection of resources that relate directly to the Irish Primary School History Curriculum.
Schools now have access to the Irish Newspaper Archive through the Schools Broadband Network. Over 60 newspapers are included.
This particular collection provides a platform for students to become a more self-directed learner in Algebra.
Scoilnet's collection of resources to support schools visiting the Coming Home: Art & The Great Hunger exhibition.
Watch the short film "The Hunger Times" on our dedicated theme page.
Learning or teaching about Ireland's Parliament? You'll find educational resources here.
2018 online questionnaire for data handling is available now.
Google Analytics has revealed the most popular Scoilnet Post-Primary resources of 2018. Browse by subject , collection or month.
Short videos illustrating ways in which digital technologies can be integrated into teaching, learning and assessment.
DLplanning.ie provides a lens for how digital technologies can be used to support teaching, learning and assessment.
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