This section contains some initial information and resources to support you in engaging with the learning outcomes of the Specification for Junior Cycle Science.
These resources illustrate how Google Sites might be used to support student learning.
In this section you will find examples of Google sites used during Cluster days.
Digital Forms can be a useful tool to support learning, for assessment, and to provide feedback on student learning.
The resources found here will illustrate some ideas for junior cycle Science while demonstrating the functionality of Microsoft Forms.
Similar features and functionality are available when using Microsoft and Google Forms.
These resources demonstrate how a digital interactive platform such as ThingLink might be used to support student learning.
In this section, you will find examples of ThingLinks designed for teacher and student learning.
During the 2021 cluster days, teachers shared ideas for online tools and websites which they use to support the teaching, learning and assessment of Junior Cycle Science. We have collated some of the recurring ideas and placed them on a padlet which you can access below
This section aims to support teachers with engaging students with working with data in science.