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AI & Additional Assessment Components in the Senior Sciences

Over the last few weeks I have been carefully and studiously analysing the new draft specification for Senior Cycle Biology. The new specification was published in December and the NCCA have initiated a consultation process, hearing from all stakeholders. Biology is set to be taught in schools from September 2025, along with both Chemistry and […]

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Simpleshow: Make animated videos in minutes

Simpleshow, is a feature-rich tool that offers a dynamic and user-friendly platform for creating educational explainer videos. This ai powered tool gives you the power to create simple and engaging videos with an easy-to-use platform allowing educators to easily create explainer videos that simplify complex concepts. The free Classroom Plan, aimed at educators and students,

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AI in the Classroom: How to Use AI to Personalise Teaching & Learning

It’s been another week full of AI developments. OpenAI recently announced a range of exciting features, as detailed in this article, which are poised to significantly enhance educational methodologies. However, many of these cutting-edge features are reserved for premium users who pay a €20 monthly fee for early access. Fortunately, Bing Chat’s Copilot feature, which

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A Good Deed

While engaged in conversation with a neighbour of an ex-girlfriend’s second cousin ( yes – we were talking that long to establish that fact) over the summer, I was asked to suggest some tools that could help her son who was diagnosed with dyslexia. As it was a topic that I had not researched, or

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AI for Teachers – An Open Textbook for and by Teachers

The AI for and by teachers Erasmus+ project (ai4t.eu) is a collaboration between France, Slovenia, Italy, Ireland and Luxembourg, designed to contribute to training on AI in education and today they launched the first version of their AI Textbook, which is one of the key resources the project has developed for teachers.   This open educational

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