Dave, Finn and Jack interviewed Paudie Scanlon about the why he came to CESI and what he wanted to take away from it.
Finn and Jack spoke to Adrienne Webb, chairperson of CESI to hear about their “Spark the Imagination” conference. She speaks about her long term involvement with CESI and the work that they do to support teachers to integrate technology in their classrooms.
In this recording Dave and Finn hear Catherine Cronin and Laurence Cuffe discuss how technology provides a means of connecting that was previously not possible. Listen to their chat below.
Jack and David interviewed teachers Drew Buddie and Bianca Grogan on the benefits of using the makey makey kit in classrooms. In the interview they told us that every child should have a good IT educatoin beacause the vast majority of jobs in the future will involve some type of IT knowledge. You can listen to our interview here
Jack and David interviewed teachers Drew Buddie and Bianca Grogan on the benefits of using the Makey Makey kit in classrooms. In the interview they told us that every child should have a good IT educatoin beacause the vast majority of jobs in the future will involve some type of IT knowledge.
Aine interviewed both Deirdre Butler and Michael Hallisy. They talked about the Digital Strategy for school and also their thoughts and ideas on Technology in the future.
Sinead interviewed Mark Brown, from New Zealand who recently got a job as a Professor and new Director of the National Institute for Visual Learning in Dublin City University. Mark told us what his job consists of and also his mixed opinion on Technology in Education.
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Sinéad and Aine interviewed Dughall McCormick, who is from the U.K
Dughall talked about the Nace organisation which he is in. He also talked about top ten tech tips from the poetry of W.B. Yeats that he thinks is of great importance.
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Dr. Daithí Ó Murchú gave a keynote presentation at the CESI Conference today. I think it’s fair to say that he sparked people’s imagination. He encouraged attendeees to create teaching and learning environments that work best for their students. We heard about immersive and wearable technologies, the blurrring of the lines between reality and imagination as well as his proposed second trip to Everest among other things. David and Finn continued the conversation with Daitihí in their interview.