e-Learning Analytics Tool

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The main outcome of the project was to develop prototype software based on data mining and web technologies for the analysis of educational data from Learning Management Systems (LMS). This e-Learning Analytics Tool provides a complete group of operations and activities that help identify and assess students’ behaviour, based on the data retrieved from the LMS.

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Preparing Teachers to Teach with ICT

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The purpose of this project was to transfer innovation from the world leading institution in learning design (Open University UK) and to better prepare teachers and trainers in integrating ICT in teaching and training in innovative ways.

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Mobile Learning to Support Argumentation in Science

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TECHNOSKEPSI aimed to investigate the ways in which mobile tools and online technologies can support argumentation in science. The project engaged teachers and learners who worked in groups to study environmental problems by collecting data using handheld devices and engaging in a debate about the dimensions of the problem and possible solutions. Students, teachers and scientists collaborated to build arguments for and against various proposals and solutions to problems.

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Science Fiction in Literacy learning

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Literacy students in Ireland have been encouraged to use Science Fiction literature in their studies recently in an effort to use more diverse and engaging genres to stimulate reader’s interest and enjoyment in reading.

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Training sessions in Ireland by LMETB

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On March 2014, the staff in LMETB (Louth and Meath Education and Training Board) held a very interesting training session in their offices in Navan. The topic of the training was Using Science Fiction in the classroom. It was very well received and people were interested in implementing the genre in a number of different subject areas and with a number of different age groups.

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