#AskLetters1916 chat – Digital Resources in the classroom | Tuesday 2 June 17.30GMT

#AskLetters1916 | Letters of 1916
#AskLetters1916 | Letters of 1916

The next #AskLetters1916 Twitter chat will take place on Tuesday 2 June 2015 from 5.30 – 6.30pm (GMT). The chat will be co-hosted by the Military Archives and Neale Rooney from the Letters of 1916 project.  This month, the chat will focus on using and creating digital materials in the classroom. The chat is open to all – just tag your tweets with the #AskLetters1916 hashtag.

 

 

 

DIGITAL MATERIALS IN THE CLASSROOM

 

 

Last summer, the Letters of 1916 project held a workshop for secondary school teachers in An Foras Feasa, Maynooth University. Over the course of two days, eighteen workshop participants collaborated to create three distinct lesson plans for Transition Year students based on letters from the Letters of 1916 collection. To view the lesson plans, please follow the links here.

Join the Military Archives and the Letters of 1916 team to share your experiences of creating and using digital materials in the classroom.

 

Tuesday 2 June 2015, 17.30 – 18.30GMT: #AskLetters1916 

 


Tweet the team!

The people behind Letters of 1916 are on Twitter:

Professor Susan Schreibman  |   Twitter: @schreib100

Karolina Badzmierowska | Twitter: @karolinabadz

Emma Clarke | Twitter: @clarke__emma

Richard Hadden | Twitter: @oculardexterity

Shane McGarry | Twitter: @irishgeek79

Neale Rooney | Twitter: @NealeRo

Linda Spinazze | Twitter: @codices_hunter

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