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The Development of Oral and Aural Language Skills at Infant and Remedial Levels (SIP056)
This project looked at enhancing the language learning of both infant and remedial students by using multimedia ICT in a thematic, consistent, progressive, diagnostic and calculated manner at home and at school.
Duration
18 months
Lead Organisation
Gaelscoil Ó Doghair, Co. Limerick
Project Aims
  • To integrate ICT into a whole school language learning support strategy for infant and weaker remedial students.
  • To enhance the language learning of both infant and remedial students by using multimedia ICT in a thematic, consistent, progressive, diagnostic and calculated manner at home and at school.
Indicative Outcomes
  • Development of technology-based support materials, templates and pedagogical approaches for language development in Irish and English at infant and remedial levels.
  • Establishment of national and international educational networks to develop good practice in the use of ICT in support of language teaching and learning.
  • Proposal and development of a tested structure for using ICT for language development in Irish and English which can be emulated within the guidelines of the Revised Curriculum.
  • Dissemination of the materials and resources developed via the ScoilNet website..
  • Development of a support model for urban and rural primary schools that can be replicated nationally.
Participating Schools
Duagh NS, Co. Kerry
Gaelscoil Thomás Dhaibhís, Co. Cork
St Joseph's NS, Co. Limerick
Scoil Mhic Eashmhainn, Co. Chiarraí
Templeglantine NS, Co. Limerick
Gaelscoil Sáirséal, Luimneach
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