Tag Archives: ireland

Driven: Irish Inventors Aim to Make the Roads Safe – James McNamara, Ireland

To celebrate five years of Daily Edventures, we’re sharing some of our favorite posts. This Daily Edventure was originally published on March 16, 2012. They call it “Project Hermes” after the Greek god who protects travelers. They believe their technology … Continue reading

“Beyond the Basics: Creating Collaborative Textbooks with OneNote in Ireland.” –Gareth Callan, Ireland

“For me I would say that there were a number of my own teachers who inspired me and made me believe that education was a field that I would like to get involved in, particularly my music and drawing teachers … Continue reading

Building Literacy by Creating E-books – Kate O’Connell Murray, Ireland

Kate O’Connell Murray is no stranger to rave reviews when it comes to using innovation in her classroom. In 2008, Murray won the Microsoft European Innovative Teacher Award. Next, she was third-place winner at the 2009 Microsoft World Innovative Teacher

Engaging Parents – and students – with OneNote – Barry Corrigan, Northern Ireland

When we first spoke with Barry Corrigan back in 2012, our discussion centered on what some students (and parents) may consider a dirty word: homework. But Corrigan is dedicated to making homework for his students anything but a chore. In … Continue reading

Making Homework Work

Barry Corrigan is dealing with one of the biggest challenges students and their parents face each day: homework. He’s working to change the way relationships happen between schools and parents through the medium of homework, making the process more transparent … Continue reading

Technology is Not a Silver Bullet

Deirdre Butler’s passion in life is exploring what being digital in learning can mean. This means finding new ways for digital technology to revolutionize learning — by challenging us to examine how we learn and to question our assumptions about … Continue reading