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Computers and Technology



PLEASE NOTE – The following are included for information only, and their inclusion does not constitute a recommendation by the association.

National Centre for Technology in Education  www.ncte.ie

Award Systems  www.awardsys.net

Computer Speak  www.computerspeak.ie

Edtech Software  www.edtech.ie

Nessy Learning Ltd. www.nessy.com

GAMZ  www.gamzuk.com

Jackson Technology www.jacksontechnology.com

EasyPC  www.easypc.ie

UrAbility www.UrAbility.com

Edware  www.edware.ie

Carroll Education  www.carrolleducation.ie

Learning Horizons  www.learninghorizons.ie

IDL  http://www.idl-literacy.ie/

Lorien Systems (Texthelp) www.texthelp.com

iAnsyst Ltd.  www.dyslexic.com

Software4Students  www.software4students.ie

Scanning Pens  www.scanningpens.co.uk

Sight and Sound Technology www.sightandsound.co.uk

Business Electronic Equipment  www.bee.ie

BDA Technology  www.bdatech.org

Scoilnet  www.scoilnet.ie

Skoool.ie  www.skoool.ie

SchoolDays.ie  www.schooldays.ie

 

Touch-Type Read Spell  http://www.ttrs.co.uk/ireland/

Searsol  www.searsol.com

Neuron Learning (Fast ForWord)  www.neuronlearning.eu

Spelling Rules.ie  www.spellingrules.ie

Don Johnston  www.donjohnston.com.

Inclusive Technology Ltd.  www.inclusive.co.uk.

Inspiration Software  www.inspiration.com.

Riverdeep Learning  www.riverdeep-learning.co.uk.

Semerc  www.semerc.com.

Sherston  www.sherston.com.

Topologika  www.topologika.com

EasyRead System http://www.easyreadsystem.com/index/index.html

CosKids www.cozkids.com

WordsWorth Learning Programme www.wordsworthlearning.com

 

Free Online Resources

There is a wealth of free software and educational material available on the internet, everything from free downloadable worksheets to free educational software games, screen readers and typing tutors. You can also get free demo or trial versions of some software programmes so you can try them for 30 days for free.

The following are some examples of what is available online.

 

PLEASE NOTE – The following are included for information only, and their inclusion does not constitute a recommendation by the association.

www.scoilnet.ie – Irish site with content for primary and second level, worksheets and revision activities for many subjects.

www.skoool.ie – Irish interactive learning website, lots of second level subject specific content, notes, exam tips, etc.

www.kidsspell.com – lots of free spelling games.

www.bbc.co.uk/learning/ – comprehensive online learning resources for all ages, including the Bitesize series of revision activities.

www.bbc.co.uk/skillswise – factsheets, worksheets, quizzes and games to help improve English and maths skills.

www.crayola.com – lesson plans, arts and crafts ideas, and colouring pages.

http://www.teach-nology.com/worksheets/math/ – lots of free maths worksheets and more.

www.enchantedlearning.com – some free learning resources, lesson plans and worksheets – more available if you subscribe.

www.playkidsgames.com – Alphabet, vocabulary, maths, memory, geography games and puzzles.

www.superkids.com – worksheets on maths, telling the time, building vocabulary, logic and reasoning, and hangman games.

www.firstschoolyears.co.uk – free worksheets, flashcards and resources for primary literacy, maths and other subjects.

www.skillsworkshop.org – literacy and numeracy resources and worksheets for adults.

www.free-phonics-worksheets.com – free phonic worksheets.

www.dyslexiacentre.co.uk and www.nessy.co.uk – free learning worksheets, and free demo version of Nessy learning programme.

www.teflgames.com/games.html – games and quizzes to build vocabulary and word knowledge.

www.janbrett.com/ – free activities, worksheets, colouring pages and projects to download.

www.primaryresources.co.uk/index.htm – free lesson plans, activities and worksheets on many subjects.

http://www.senteacher.org/Files/ – printable worksheets and free software downloads (basic and special education).

www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk – lots of interactive literacy educational games.

www.rhlschool.com – English and maths worksheets to download.

www.discovery.com – Discovery Channel website – useful for science, history, geography – lots of interactive games, puzzles and quizzes.

www.windows.ucar.edu – information, games and puzzles – history, geography, science.

www.gutenberg.org – over 25,000 free e-books available to download.

www.openoffice.org – free software similar to Microsoft Office.

www.rte.ie – educational programmes and podcasts such as ‘Getting It Right’ and Countdown to help Leaving Certificate students with revision are available each year. Often run radio plays and podcasts of the Shakespeare plays for Junior and Leaving Cert, as well as programmes covering some of the novels and poetry.

www.sofasandsectionals.com/keyboarding-from-couch – website with lots of fun typing games you can practice at home.

 

Free Typing Tutors.

www.powertyping.com.
www.learn2type.com.
http://typingsoft.com.
www.sense-lang.org/typing.
www.bbc.co.uk/schools/typing/

 

Free Screen Readers.

www.naturalreaders.com.

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