Resources from BSTAI National Conference 2022:
Reconnecting Business Teachers
The Conference Programme is available here.
The speakers below have kindly agreed to share their presentations.
The Future of Economics Education Under Multiple Crises
Professor Stephen Kinsella, Professor of Economics, Head of Economics and Co-Director of Software Engineering University of Limerick.
JCT: Junior Cycle Business Studies – Exploring Ireland’s membership of the European Union
JCT Business Studies Team
Using Retrieval Practice in Junior Cycle Business Studies
Lisa O’Byrne, Business teacher in Templeogue College, Dublin.
Business Studies Workshop
Using Interactive Approaches in Junior Cycle Business Studies
Chloe Keane, Business and Accounting Teacher in Castletroy Community College, Limerick
Katie Jones, Business Teacher, Glenstal Abbey, Co. Limerick.
Leaving Certificate Accounting: Question One Adjustments, and a proposed Scheme of Work for Leaving Certificate Higher Level Accounting
Alan Ryan, Accounting teacher in St. Augustine’s College, Dungarvan
Leaving Certificate Business: Units 5, 6 & 7 for Leaving Certificate 2023 Applied Business Question
Padraig Doherty, Business teacher in Moyne Community School.
Leaving Certificate Business – Sharing Resources and Strategies for Leaving Certificate Business
Rachael Biddulph, Business teacher in Dominican College, Griffith Avenue
Lisa Young, Business teacher in Salerno Girls Secondary School, Galway.
WorkshopLeaving Certificate Economics – Research Project Michael Ruane, BSTAI member and Economics Teacher, FCJ Bunclody, Wexford.
WorkshopLeaving Certificate Economics – Review of Leaving Certificate Economics Paper 2022 & A Few Tips on the Research Study Project from the Examiner’s Perspective. Pat O’Leary, teacher and BSTAI member, and Leaving Cert Economics corrector.
Leaving Certificate Economics – Key Economic Indicators and Central Statistics Office Data as a Resource for Teaching.
Dr Christopher Sibley, Head of National Accounts Integration & Large Cases Division, CSO (bio).
WorkshopTransition Year Enterprise – The Student Enterprise Approach. Caroline McHale, Business Studies teacher at Presentation De La Salle College, Bagenalstown, Co. Carlow & Education Consultant.
PDST: Digital Technologies – Digital Technologies to support EAL in the Business Classroom.
Stacey Riain, PDST advisor for Digital Technologies for Teaching, Learning and Assessment.
The new Leaving Certificate Business Specification Consultation.
Sinead Tuohy, NCCA
The student voice in the classroom in both junior and senior cycle with a specific focus on teaching, learning and assessment.
Orlaith O’Connor, Will Donnelly and Gary McConway, Inspectorate, Department of Education