Resources from BSTAI National Conference 2018:
Promoting Innovative Practice in Business Teaching
The speakers below have kindly agreed to share their presentations.
Classroom Based Assessment 2 and the Assessment Task in Junior Cycle Business Studies
Gary McConville, Team Leader, Business Studies Team, Junior Cycle for Teachers
Using local contexts in planning for teaching, learning and assessment in Junior Cycle Business Studies
JCT Business Studies Team
Using digital technologies to promote innovative practice and improve the learner experience for students
Siobhan O’Sullivan, Professional Development Service for Teachers (PDST)
Results of Mentimeter Poll
Collaborative Padlet Wall
Leaving Certificate Accounting: Practical strategies to facilitate students taking responsibility for their own learning in Leaving Certificate Accounting
Michael Galligan’s resources can be downloaded at this link.
Jane Kelly’s slides
Click here to download the worksheets used during the workshop.
Maria Lyle’s slides
Click here to download the spreadsheets used during the workshop.
Leaving Certificate Business: Units 1, 2 & 3 for Leaving Certificate 2019 Applied Business Question
Using the Flipped Classroom method to support student learning in the Business classroom
Niall O’Connor & Keith Connolly
Gnó as Gaeilge: Ag tacú le múinteoirí gnó i scoileanna lán Gaeilge (link pending)
Róisín NicLeoid & COGG
How inspectors work with teachers and schools and key points to support quality teaching, learning and assessment practices
Orlaith O’Connor, Julie Lynch Mullins and Will Donnelly, Inspectorate, Department of Education and Skills