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Classroom of the Future (SIP036)
Examining the impact of broadband Internet access on learning and teaching within primary and post-primary schools, this project involved students and teachers undertaking curriculum-related activities that placed heavy emphasis on the technologies being investigated.
Duration
18 months
Lead Organisation
Pobalscoil Neasáin, Dublin 13
Project Aims
 
  • To expose teachers and pupils to the Web and email for teaching and learning.
  • To develop proficiency in searching, finding, selecting, assessing, presenting, sharing and publishing information on the Web.
  • To deploy the technology to manage the project.
  • To develop and evaluate a series of curriculum initiatives that will exploit email, videoconferencing and the Internet as teaching and learning tools.
  • Indicative Outcomes
     
  • All partners to document their experiences of the project to aid further schools meet their developing requirements.
  • Development of replicable curriculum initiatives that exploit the potential of email, videoconferencing and the Internet as teaching and learning tools.
  • Participating students and staff to have considerable exposure and access to the Internet.
  • Development and dissemination of examples of good practice in education.
  • Development of Web-based resources to help schools deal with various technical and pedagogic issues that arise in using ICT in the classroom.
  • The participating technology partners to demonstrate remote training and support capabilities arising from the deployment of the technology.
  • Participating Schools
    Coolderry Central NS, Co. Offaly
    St Raphael's National School, Dublin 10
    Good Shepherd National School, Dublin 14
    Our Lady's Grove, Dublin 14
    Scoil Mhuire Senior Primary School, Dublin 15
    Scoil an Cheathair Álainn, Co. Dublin
    Presentation Secondary School, Limerick
    Sacred Heart Senior National School, Dublin 14
    St Andrew's College, Co. Dublin
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