A great image or photo can help get the attention of your class but finding the perfect picture can be time consuming and there is always the question of copyright to consider. Time to ask your AI assistant to help perhaps?
Teacher author, Aoife, shares some of her approaches to integrating Gaeilge with younger students using Big Books and labels.
Need a bunch of lesson ideas for December? Here are some Gaeilge, Maths, English and Science topic ideas enhanced with a Christmas twist from teacher author, Aoife Doyle.
Teacher author, Roisín O Rourke, has used the story of The Nutcracker as a lovely stimulus for these Christmas Art and Shapes & Geometry activity ideas.
Teacher author, Roisín O Rourke, has shared some ideas for some 'Christmas Magic'. Here are some you might want to try with younger children.
Teacher author Aoife Doyle has shared an alternative way of engaging children in the festive period using envelopes with activities as an advent countdown.
Teacher author, Roisín O Rourke asks... Do you feel like you repeat yourself a thousand times each morning when students start to filter in? Then maybe a ‘Morning Check-In’ could be for you.
Teacher, Roisín O Rourke, has shared three ways to bring some active fun to your Gaeilge lessons.
Guest teacher author, Aoife Doyle, reflects on some of the ways she approaches the teaching of Irish language informally in her class.
The shiny new Mathematics curriculum is landing in schools. A major feature is the promotion of ‘Maths Talk’. Guest teacher author, Aoife Doyle, reflects on how she plans to facilitate this in her class.