InTouch September 2007
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Check the index below for a list of articles published in this issue.
INDEX OF ARTICLES
In the News
Commercial Products in Schools; Warning on Funding; Minister Decides Against Immersion Education; INTO Unhappy with Draft Behaviour Guidelines; Census of Members; Officers' Conference; Guiding Principals; Pensions and Pay Under Scrutiny; Joe Tops the Poll in Seanad Election; Tips for Parents
Mary says farewell; INTO at ICTU; Changes at Head Office
Conditions of Employment
Hibernia students get incremental credit; Posts of responsibility - check your entitlement; Lunch time supervision (Circular 29/03)
Communications, Principals & Social Inclusion
Minority Ethnicities and Minority Languages in Irish Education; Census figures show diversity in population; Principals in the Workhouse!
Legal, Industrial Relations and Equality
Provisional/conditional recognition; School evaluation - what's the story
School appeal tests maternity protections; Teachers' equality claim settled; Civil partnership to be introduced
INTO Grants for educational research; INTO Consultative Conference on Education; The Big Ballot
INTO class size campaign is highly commended; Class size at primary level remains high
Central Executive Committee News
Mary Cahillane, District 1; Peter McGrane, District 5; Séamus O'Longaigh, District 13; Noreen Flynn, District 9
Around the Branches
Inishturk NS wins website award; Kitt and kin; Irish Teacher Wins 2007 Innovative Teachers Award for EMEA; Primary teacher wins drama award
Your INTO staff representative
Cumann na mBunscol
National Awards time again!
GAA resources for primary schools; Sea Stallion; Test your wits; Galway based teacher to perform in T36
Teacher to Teacher
Ó Bhéal Feirste go Baile an Choilig
Rhyming and rapping Together
"Partnership is the key feature of education"
The School Development Planning Service
Newly Qualified Teachers
First steps; Retirements
Teacher to Teacher
Craft in the classroom; Colour my learning
Co-operative games in the primary school; New beginnings!; ICT professional development