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Webinar is short for web-based seminar and is a lesson, lecture, presentation or workshop that is delivered over the Internet using video conferencing software.
A key feature of a webinar is its interactivity i.e. the ability to give, receive and discuss information. This is in contrast to a webcast in which the information transmitted is one way and does not allow interaction between the presenter and the audience.
CCEA will be delivering webinars on learning, teaching and assessment using Collaborate desktop video conferencing. For details of scheduled webinars and further information see below.
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The following events are invitation only; your school will be contacted by the Curriculum team.
An Introduction to Scratch
These workshops are an introduction to Scratch.
This training is suitable only for teachers who have had no prior experience of Scratch.
Half-day sessions. Half-day teacher release provided.
Exploring Pupil Work
These sessions are in relation to the following Desirable Features: Presenting; Desktop Publishing; Interactive Design; and Managing Data. There will also be the opportunity to discuss the standards.
This training is suitable only for teachers who have had no prior experience.
Full day sessions. Full day teacher release provided.
Shared Cultural Heritage Resource Launch
KS2 resource launch focusing on how different peoples and tribes in Europe, Britain and Ireland left their influence on the languages we speak.
Principals and teachers with an interest in taking PIASCH forward in their schools.
Primary Irish Training Event
Course covering the use of basic classroom Irish, CCEA resources and Clilstore language learning platform.
Teachers interested in teaching Irish in the primary school.
Two day training event.
The following training events are now fully booked.
The cluster sessions will allow schools to engage in professional dialogue and agree standards for pupil work.
Primary: Literacy / Assessment Coordinators
Post Primary: teachers involved in the assessment of the Cross-Curricular Skill of Communication.
The cluster sessions will allow schools to engage in professional dialogue and agree standards for pupil work, specifically in the Knowledge and Understanding areas of Shape and Space and Measures.
Primary: Mathematics & Numeracy/Assessment Coordinators.
Post Primary: teachers involved in the assessment of the Cross-Curricular Skill of Using Mathematics.