A new network design app is set to launch in Ireland this week with a focus on making the most of the school environment.
Dublin school network designers, with the support of the National School Network, will present a curriculum for use in primary schools in early 2020.
The new app will allow children to build their own network using a set of principles, such as sharing and prioritising learning.
The app will provide a range of tools to help students get the most out of their school environment and help them learn faster, says the Dublin school network’s director of digital design, John R. McGuinness.
In a statement, the National Schools Network said the app “provides the first practical guidance on how to design a school community for children with learning disabilities”.
The app was created to allow children and parents to create an educational network for themselves, which will help them to develop and achieve better in school and at work.
“The app enables parents and teachers to design and develop a learning network for their children, in order to support them in their education,” said the National Education Platform.
“It allows them to take on the responsibility for their child’s learning and allows them access to resources and advice to help them achieve better results in school, in their career, and in life.”
We are very proud of this first app, and hope that it will help other parents and families to understand how important it is for their students to have access to the same type of tools they need to learn.
“In addition to the app, the Irish Government has committed to provide support for schools to enable students to learn and access the resources they need.
The National Education Framework includes a set number of essential elements to help schools achieve the best outcomes.
It is also the first in a series of key initiatives to support schools to make the most use of technology in their learning environment.”
This new app aims to deliver the most effective learning environment for all children, with a clear focus on supporting learning and learning at all ages,” said Minister for Education, Innovation and Skills, David Stanton.”
It will also provide an opportunity for parents and schools to share their experiences and learn from each other.
“Education is about teaching and learning, not competition.
It should be about collaboration, support, and sharing the results of learning.”