Biology.ie was founded in August 2005 as an interactive tool for the collection of Nature's Calendar or phenology observations. It grew from a simple flash based map (which is still with us) to using Google maps to collect data from the public.
Blackrock Education Centre (BEC) - one of 21 such full-time Centres throughout the country - provides support for teachers and others involved in education in Dun Laoghaire/Rathdown County, part of South County Dublin and North County Wicklow.
Carrick on Shannon Education Centre is located in Marymount. St. Brigid's or the Red Brick Building as it was familiarly known was built in 1940/1941 and was used as a Novitiate for the Marist Sisters. The aim of this website is to keep teachers and the wider education community informed of upcoming events and courses available to them.
Clare Education Centre, formerly known as Ennis Teachers' Centre, has, since 1972, supported the in-service needs of Clare teachers. Since August 2000, the Centre has been located in a new purpose-built complex on the Kilrush Road, Ennis.
Co. Wexford Education Centre helps and supports teachers, parents, management and other interested parties in our education community in meeting the many demands, which they face on a day to day basis.
Cork Education Support Centre (CESC) is funded by the Department of Education through the Teacher Education Section (TES) under the National Development Plan. Since its establishment in 1973 the Centre has provided support for Primary, Post-Primary, National, Regional and Local Professional development for teachers and the education community in Cork City and County.
County Carlow Vocational Education Committee. The VEC provides a comprehensive range of accessible lifelong learning education and training programmes and educational support services to the community.
County Kildare Vocational Education Committee will provide learners with flexible education opportunities, which are of the highest quality. Our programs will reflect current and emerging knowledge and practices and will be relevant to the needs of the individual and our county.
Educate Together was set up in 1984 as a coordinating body for a small group of schools in Ireland that had been set up by voluntary groups to be multi-denominational, co-educational and democratically run. These principles were enshrined in the Educate Together charter in 1990 which is today the fundamentally binding document of the organisation.
The Educational Research Centre was established on the campus of St Patrick's College, Dublin, in January, 1966. The setting up of the Centre was a means of widening the scope of, and making for greater continuity in, research efforts in Ireland.