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Conradh na Gaeilge

Seimineár Gréasáin le Conradh na Gaeilge

Well done to TY Gaeilge for your participation in Conradh na Gaeilge’s Webinar. It proved to be a very informative and offered interesting discussion points for our ranganna Gaeilge this week.

Bígí ag labhairt Gaeilge go minic!

Here is what Eimear had to say – Dé Máirt seo caite rinneamar ceardlann ar Zoom le Conradh na Gaeilge. Seó Baile is ainm don cheardlann. D’fhoghlaim muid faoi stair na Gaeilge agus an obair a bhíonn ar siúl ag Conradh na Gaeilge. Chomh maith le sin, fuaireamar eolas faoi chearta teanga agus faoi thodhchaí na Gaeilge. D’úsáid muid menti.com chun cumarsáid a dhéanamh. Rinneamar Tráth na gCeist ag an deireadh. Bhain gach duine idir thairbhe agus taitneamh as. Eimear Stirling, Rang na hIdirbhliana

 Conradh na Gaeilge can be tagged on school social media at- @cnagaeilge


#BeKindOnline Webinar Series  run by the Irish Safer Internet Centre in the Department of Justice  might be of interest to you and your family especially during these times:

#BeKindOnline Webinar Series – As part of Safer Internet Day, the Irish Safer Internet Centre will host a series of webinars to help keep you and your families safe online:

Tuesday, 9 February: 7.30pm-8.15pm    Title: Empowering Healthy Online Behaviour in Teenagers   Guest Speaker: Dr Nicola Fox Hamilton, Cyberpsychology Researcher, member of the Cyberpsychology Research Group at the University of Wolverhampton and lectures in Cyberpsychology and Psychology in IADT, Dun Laoghaire.  Audience: This webinar is for parents of teenagers.  Register here

Wednesday, 10 February 7.30pm-8.15pm Title: Empowering Healthy Online Behaviour in Younger Children  Guest Speaker: Mark Smyth, Consultant Clinical Psychologist.  Audience: This webinar is for parents of younger children.  Register here

Thursday, 11 February 7.30pm-8.15pm  Title: Empowering students to build digital resilience and manage their online wellbeing  Guest Speakers: Jane McGarrigle and Tracy Hogan (Webwise)  Audience: This webinar is for teachers, educators, school leaders and education stakeholders.  Register here

 About the Irish Safer Internet Centre  – The Irish Safer Internet Centre exists to promote a safer and better use of the internet and digital technologies among children and young people. Co-ordinated by the Department of Justice, the Irish Safer Internet Centre partners are:

·    ISPCC Childline: www.ispcc.ie/childline

·    National Parents Council Primary: www.npc.ie/primary

·    Webwise (PDST Technology in Education): www.webwise.ie

·    Hotline.ie: www.hotline.ie