Were the Teaching Council Elections truly Democratic?

The Teaching Council elections took place last week and I was happy to see that almost all of the primary candidates I would have voted for were elected in their respective regions. However, I did have a bit of a beef with the campaign running up to the election and the results demonstrated that they possibly … Read moreWere the Teaching Council Elections truly Democratic?

Is all well with the new well-being guidelines?

In the last week, primary schools all received their first paper-based document from the Department of Education, which probably means that the recession is officially over. Seriously, though, this booklet is a very important one and is called Well-being in primary schools. It notes all the things a primary school must do to ensure the … Read moreIs all well with the new well-being guidelines?

Review: Céard É Sin? (ResourcED)

When it comes to educational software, Irish teachers can generally rely on other countries such as the UK, USA and Australia for most subject areas.  However, the one exception is Gaeilge.  While there have been some valiant attempts to make decent Irish language software, there are many problems.  Firstly, there’s the problem of the very … Read moreReview: Céard É Sin? (ResourcED)

Review: Céard É Sin? (ResourcED)

When it comes to educational software, Irish teachers can generally rely on other countries such as the UK, USA and Australia for most subject areas.  However, the one exception is Gaeilge.  While there have been some valiant attempts to make decent Irish language software, there are many problems.  Firstly, there’s the problem of the very … Read moreReview: Céard É Sin? (ResourcED)

Would you take a paycut?

There’s an interesting debate going on on Education Posts, http://educationposts.ie/forum/viewtopic.php?id=20226, regarding teachers taking a paycut in order to save the jobs of colleagues who will be gone due to the increase of class sizes.  Instantly there was a barrage of “not before hell freezes over” before some interesting points were raised about our current conditions.

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Posters of the Seasons

Thanks to Ciaram for sending me the Word documents with the seasons and months.  I believe they come from an Australian web site, but I don’t know who they are.  I edited them so all they are now as Gaeilge. Free Download of Posters

Verb List – Faigh

  Verb List (Faigh) This set of verbs posters follows the verb “faigh” – to find or get – which is an irregular verb. The past has the root “fuair”, the present has the root “faigh” and the future has the root “gheobhaidh” which is really hard to spell! As always, please rate these downloads … Read moreVerb List – Faigh

Verb List – Abair

  Verb List (Abair) This set of verbs posters follows the verb “abair” – to catch – which is an irregular verb. None of the past, present or future use the root abair.  The past has the root “dúirt”, the present has the root “deir” and the future has the root “déar” As always, please … Read moreVerb List – Abair

Verb List – Teigh

  Verb List (Teigh) This set of verbs posters follows the verb “teigh” – to go – which is an irregular verb. The past has the root “chuaigh”, the present has the root “teigh” and the future has the root “rachaidh”…some of the negatives are even irregular too!  As always, please rate these downloads and … Read moreVerb List – Teigh

Verb List – Beir

Verb List (Beir) This set of verbs posters follows the verb “beir” – to catch – which is an irregular verb. The past has the root “rug”, the present has the root “beir” and the future has the root “béar”… eek! As always, please rate these downloads and don’t forget to add your comments. Download … Read moreVerb List – Beir

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