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Upcoming CPD Courses

Road Safety 4 Your School Post Primary
Begin: 22.10.2014, 20:00
Location: Clanree Hotel, Letterkenny

An Introduction to Aistear for Primary School Principals
Begin: 23.10.2014, 16:00
Location: Mount Errrigal Hotel, Letterkenny,

The Christmas Concert: Explore new ideas! - Primary
Begin: 04.11.2014, 19:00
Location: The Square,, Dunmanway,, Co. Cork., Telephone: 023 8856756 / 8856757, Fax: 023 8856752, Email: wcecentre@eircom.net , Website: www.westcorkeducationcentre.com

Play Therapy
Begin: 07.11.2014, 19:00
Location: County Donegal Education Centre, Donegal Town

Creative Writing
Begin: 10.11.2014, 19:00
Location: Clanree Hotel, Letterkenny

Project Maths
Begin: 11.11.2014, 18:30
Location: Clanree Hotel, Letterkenny

Twitter in the Classroom
Begin: 11.11.2014, 19:30
Location: Marymount, Carrick on Shannon, Co Leitrim, Telephone:071 9620383, Fax: 0719621471, Email:office@carrickedcentre.ie, Website: www.carrickedcentre.ie

Paint & Colour W/S - Primary
Begin: 18.11.2014, 19:00
Location: The Square,, Dunmanway,, Co. Cork., Telephone: 023 8856756 / 8856757, Fax: 023 8856752, Email: wcecentre@eircom.net , Website: www.westcorkeducationcentre.com

Relationships and Sexuality Education
Begin: 19.11.2014, 12:00
Location: Clanree Hotel, Letterkenny

Creative Teaching in the Senior Primary Classroom
Begin: 17.08.2015, 09:30
Location: Newtown Road, Waterford, Co. Waterford., Telephone: (051) 311000, Fax: (051) 311050, Email: info@wtc.ie, Website: www.wtc.ie


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Association of Teachers' Education Centres in Ireland
Maths Week Ireland 11 - 19 October PDF

Maths Week Ireland is an all-Ireland celebration of Maths and is a partnership of over 50 groups - universities, institutes of technology, colleges, museums, libraries, visitor centres, professional bodies - any group that sees the importance of maths and the importance of promoting maths.

Maths Week Ireland promotes, awareness, appreciation and understanding of maths through a huge variety of events and activities. 

See www.mathsweek.ie for further details.

 

 
eTwinning Information Workshops Erasmus + Programme PDF

Have you considered collaborating with other European schools online? Would you like to develop projects with teachers throughout Europe? Would you like to be part of the most exciting learning community in Europe? Are you interested in finding out about eTwinning Professional Development Workshops? Would you like to find out about online Learning Events? If you are interested in any of these areas and would like to find out more, the Education Service of Léargas would like to invite you to attend this practical information workshop.

 

Confirmation of Attendance

 

Date

Venue

Time

Confirmation of Attendance (Tick/Insert X)

Thursday, 16th October

Mayo Education Centre

4pm-5.30pm

¨ Workshop: eTwinning Practical Workshop (please register on www.etwinning.net in advance of Workshop)

Thursday, 6th November

Navan Education Centre

4pm-5.30pm

¨ Workshop: eTwinning Practical Workshop (please register on www.etwinning.net in advance of Workshop)

 

School Name

 

Name of person(s) attending

 

Contact email address(es)

 

If you are interested in attending, please contact:

Marie Heraughty, Education Service, Léargas, Fitzwilliam Court, Leeson Close, Dublin 2

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The ATECI PDF

The ATECI is the umbrella organisation of the 21 full-time and 9 part-time Education Centres in Ireland. It represents the interest of the network as a whole including both part-time and full-time Directors, staff and management committees of all centres.

The executive of the Association meets six times a year but we have organised the network into a series of six regional groups. The regional groupings meet separately and work very closely together initiating collaborative projects which are often piloted and then shared with the network in general.

Next ATECI   

  meeting  Wednesday  17th September

in

Laois Educaion Centre

at 14.00h  

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The association has a remit:

  • (a) to act for and on behalf of member centres on all matters of policy as agreed by centres at AGM or EGM
  • (b) to raise the profile of Centres
  • (c) to be a partner at national level in the formulation of education policy
  • (d) to provide advice and support to Committees of Management and Directors of Centres.ateci_photo_2012_edited

 

The principal activity of Education Centres (originally Teachers’ Centres) is to organize the local delivery of national programmes of teacher professional development on behalf of the Department of Education and Skills. Centres also organize a varied local programme of activities for teachers, school management and parents in response to demand. Education Centres are statutory bodies and are managed by voluntary Management Committees elected annually.

 

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