Project ID - TIS001197
Supporting SEN and Under-Achieving Pupils in Numeracy Using iPads


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Project offered at

Irish Society's Primary School
COLERAINE
BT52 1JL

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Mr Chris Murdock

Student Skills

Ability to work with young children in a group situation. Must have a keenness and desire to see children succeed.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Pupils should have a greater motivation to use iPad technology to support their learning.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Student should become more aware of the impact iPad technology can have on a pupil's learning. Student should have a greater understanding of apps that enhance pupils' learning

Extra Information

Project Aims: To support SEN and under-achieving pupils through the use of iPads in Numeracy. Develop the use of iPad technology to close gaps in pupils' learning.

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