Regional Geography with Flashcards

This lesson is devised by Danielle O’ Connor who studied English and Geography in NUI Maynooth. She graduated from Maynooth in 2009. She is currently studying a Higher Diploma in Primary Education. Danielle loves most sports and is a black belt in kickboxing and teaches Boxercise classes. She says “Exercise is a brilliant way to take your mind… Continue reading Regional Geography with Flashcards

The Value of Going Back to Basics

This blog piece is written by Rachel Sneyd. Rachel is currently completing an undergraduate degree in History and Politics at Trinity College Dublin. She is a keen writer and has just submitted her first teen-fiction novel for publication. The Value of Going Back to Basics It might seem counterintuitive, but sometimes in order to help a… Continue reading The Value of Going Back to Basics

Back to Basics: ABC’s

This blog piece is written by Rachel Sneyd. Rachel is currently completing an undergraduate degree in History and Politics at Trinity College Dublin. She is a keen writer and has just submitted her first teen-fiction novel for publication. Young students (and not-so-young students) who have trouble reading and writing often struggle with the most basic building… Continue reading Back to Basics: ABC’s

Measure the speed of light using marshmallows

This lesson is developed by Conor Coyle. Originally from Monaghan Conor moved to Dublin for university where he studied Applied Physics for four years. After this he spent a year in Chongqing China teaching, my itchy feet didn’t stop there, after China Conor moved to France where he worked as a waiter and studied French… Continue reading Measure the speed of light using marshmallows