Registration is now open for the following Trade Union Training Seminars:
For further details or to register on any of the above seminars please click here
Term Time Programme 2014
The current Term Time Programme offers a variety of online courses & Croke Park CPD packages for members.
Croke Park hour CPD Packages
Utilise your Croke Park hours for whole-school CPD! These media rich self-contained packages provided online provide guidance for whole school staffs in the following areas:
- Child Protection
- Literature Circles
- School Self Evaluation
- Maths Problem Solving
Click here for further details
Teaching EAL Module
Registration is open for a stand alone online Teaching EAL module. This EAL module explores a variety of aspects of teaching children for whom English is not their first language. These include understanding second language acquisition, in particular learning English as a second language, pedagogies and approaches in oral language development, reading and writing to support English language learners, integrating support across the curriculum, assessing language acquisition progress, using ICT to promote language learning, liaising with parents, EAL support entitlements and planning support within the context of recent changes to learning and EAL support. It includes video interviews with Irish teachers and good practice footage from their classrooms.
While this module is written from the perspective of supporting EAL learners within the context of learning support, mainstream class teachers with EAL children will find this module very beneficial and informative. A Certificate of Participation will be awarded upon completion of an EAL Reflective Learning Assignment
The module costs €20. Click here to register now.
Registration is now open for CEOL Ireland’s Junior Infant, Senior Infant, First and Second Class programme of professional development to their programme of 30 music lessons, all based on the Irish Primary Curriculum. Click here for further details.
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INTO Learning is the professional development and union training department/section of the Irish National Teachers’ Organisation (INTO). It is dedicated to expanding the boundaries of teacher professional development and trade union training.
The key principles underpinning the work of INTO Learning are:
- Accessibility to programmes across the country
- Quality in the design and delivery guaranteed by monitoring and evaluation
- Accountability and cost effectiveness