Digital Schools of Distinction is a flagship project where schools are rewarded for digital excellence. The initiative started in 2013 and to date 60% of Irish schools have expressed an interest in becoming a Digital School of Distinction, with 12% achieving that status since its inception. This session will bring […]
The Professional Development Service for Teachers (PDST) is a cross-sectoral support service under the remit of the Teacher Education Section of the Department of Education and Skills (DES) and is managed by Dublin West Education Centre (DWEC). The PDST offers professional development support to primary and post-primary teachers and school leaders. The work of the […]
A PDST Primary Numeracy Conference is taking place on Saturday, April 1st 2017 in the Castleknock Hotel and Country Club, Dublin 15.
These two-hour sessions are for post-primary teachers and school leaders interested in supporting the development of numeracy.
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Annual General Meeting Dublin West Education Centre Ionad Oideachais Bhaile Átha Cliath Thiar Date: Monday, 13 March 2017 Time: 8.00 pm Venue: Dublin West Education Centre, Old Blessington Rd., Tallaght, Dublin 24 We invite all teachers to attend this Annual General Meeting
PDST is delighted to offer two new series of workshops for primary teachers.
Details of Summer Courses 2017 will be on our Website and posted to schools in early May Spring Courses 2017 for Primary School Teachers Majority of Spring courses have commenced /completed and / or full only a few courses left for registration Courses are very popular and interested teachers are advised to book early. Places […]
PDST is delighted to offer a series of two two-hour workshops which focuses on effective teaching and learning of Oral Language in all class levels.
The FÍS project is a very effective methodology for the cross-curricular approach to integrating ICT in Primary schools. Over the years the project has succeeded in helping children to develop essential skills in moving-image literacy, communication and teamwork in addition to exploring curricular topics in an engaging and child-centred way. The result has been that both […]