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Methodologies for Teachers of Ethical Education
Teaching Global Citizenship Education
An Introduction to Restorative Practice in Educate Together Schools
Ethical Education and Interculturalism
Principals and Chairpersons
Ethos Supports & Tools
The Lost Thing - By Shaun Tan and Andrew Ruhemann
link to open resource.
◄ Obituaries in The New York Times were dominated by white men. Now the paper is trying to make amends. Read some of the updated obituaries of amazing people.
DES: Continuity of Schooling Guidance
PDST Distance Learning Resources
PDST / Teaching Council Distance "Learning For All" Webinar Series
The Project Project from Anseo.net
Distance Learning Approach by Rochestown ETNS
Teaching Council and PDST webinar on distance learning - approximately one hour study time
Google for Education- access, information and resources
Irish Copyright Licensing Agency School User Guidelines
RTE's school on TV - aimed particularly at classes 1st - 6th
Irish Times Guide to Best Teaching and Learning Resources
The Budgie Diaries: This is a children's novel about living through the pandemic and explores issues around Covid-19 in a child-friendly way. Teaching ideas and resources are also included.
'I will be a humming bird' - Wangari Maathai, Nobel Peace Prize winner, argues that we can all make a difference
'I will be a drum' read by James Earl Jones from Storyline Online - other stories also available
Learn Together Resource Bank: Searchable by class and topic
Eileen Gray Chair
Full range of objects and related resources
10 Irish Museums to Visit Virtually
12 Virtual Tours of Famous International Museums
Resources from Goal
Resources from Concern
Resources from Plan Ireland
If 100 people lived on earth - how resources are distributed worldwide
Short child-friendly animated video on Universal Declaration of Human Rights
The Literacy Shed - short, animated videos with ethical themes and comprehension questions
Did you know that trees talk to each other?
The National Geographic takes a hard, unambiguous look at its past racist coverage
Obituaries in The New York Times were dominated by white men. Now the paper is trying to make amends. Read some of the updated obituaries of amazing people.