May 20, 2019
Standardised Tests Ireland

Understanding the Drumcondras

Drumcondra is an area of Dublin, but around this time of year, in every primary school throughout the nation, ‘the Drumcondras’ means that it is standardised […]
April 15, 2019
ABA and Autism Ireland

What is ABA?

WABA or Applied Behaviour Analysis is most commonly known in Ireland as an intervention for people with autism, but ABA was not designed specifically for autism! […]
April 1, 2019
reading fluently

How to Make a Fluent Reader

Like everything, reading with fluency takes practice, however there is no point in practicing & practicing unless you are practicing the right thing. Fluent Reading? So […]
March 19, 2019
oral irish exam

# 8 Tips for Cracking the Orals

As I write the sun is streaming in the window onto my back and it feels wonderful.  On days like today, all seems good with the […]
March 6, 2019

Adults with ADD/ADHD

Children with ADD/AHDH grow up to be adults with ADD/ADHD.  To paraphrase Gerry Adams ‘They don’t go away you know!’ When working with children & students […]
February 19, 2019
Pres Mocks Leaving Cert

Mocks Don’t Go to Plan – What to do.

So, the Mocks are over for this year and 3rd and 6th Year students should be enjoying a well-earned rest over the mid-term break. But once […]