Online Autumn Courses 2020
For Autumn 2020, TeachNet are offering three online courses, to help you and your school achieve effective integration of digital technologies into teaching and learning. For more information please see below.
Special offer, Buy One €69 Course and Get a Second Course Free. Simply, choose one €69 course and get a second free, for you or a colleague/friend.
All our courses require broadband Internet access (Min of 5mb recommended) and participants need to be familiar with using the internet, downloading and installing software and apps.
Technical queries should be emailed to email@example.com or alternatively you can call our support helpline number on 01- 4806208 (available from 9.30am to 2.30pm on weekdays).
1. Digital Technologies and SEN
This course will explore the effective use of technology for students with SEN. A range of hardware, software and online options will be explored with the emphasis on using digital technologies to support the curriculum or the individual pupil support plan.
2. Office 365 for Education
Learn how to develop and enhance 21st century skills in your classroom using Microsoft’s Office 365 in conjunction with the Microsoft’s Education Centre. 21st century skills are the skills that today’s students will need to be successful in this ever changing world and include communication, collaboration, critical thinking and creativity, social and emotional intelligence, technological literacy and problem solving.
3. STEM Discover Climate and Space
Ireland’s European Space Education & Resource (ESERO) and Discover Primary Science and Maths Awards (DPSM) offers you a unique opportunity to participate in our on-line autumn course for teachers of 2nd to 6th classes. This course will give you the knowledge and confidence to teach students the difference between weather and climate using classroom resources from the European Space Agency (ESA). Causes and effects of climate change can be investigated in your classroom and you will be equipped to lead your students through The ESAs Climate Detectives project should you wish to.