Online Easter Grinds for 1st Year Students

Four Subjects For The Price Of One: €195
** Includes FREE nationwide delivery of The Institute of Education’s legendary class notes**

Enroll now on The Institute of Education’s Intensive Online Revision Course.  Taught by our experienced and skilled teachers, these pre-recorded online classes will help 1st year students keep up with their studies during this unprecedented time.

 

These pre-recorded online classes will be available to all students to access until the final day of the 2020 Leaving Certificate Exams.

Our pre-recorded online classes will be supported by the Institute’s legendary class notes.*

 

*PLEASE NOTE: Students who enrolled on our Online Easter Revision Courses before 9pm on Friday 27 March 2020 should receive delivery of their notes in the coming days. However due to the increased measures to counteract the spread of COVID-19 which came into effect on Saturday 28 March 2020 we are not currently in a position to print and deliver any additional notes from that date. When these restrictions are lifted, and it is possible for us to safely do so, we will fulfil any outstanding orders for students enrolled on this course.

Students enrolled on the course will receive an email from us over the next few of days with their unique login details and links to access their chosen courses. We expect that the online classes will be available from next week.

 

This style of learning presents students with the opportunity to:

Access their course content at a time that suits them from the safety and comfort of their home.

Pause, rewind and replay classes multiple times.

Refer to our legendary exam focused course notes throughout the class and afterwards.

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Here’s a short video preview of what you can expect from our Online Irish Courses with Clare Grealy:

Each online subject consists of five individual recordings which will cover off the entire course content for each subject as outlined below:

 

Maths

The Institute of Education Mathematics Easter Camp for 1st year students will focus on the Junior Cycle Common Introductory Course (CIC). Students are encouraged to gain confidence in their problem solving and interactive skills through a series of practical exercises. Class participation by the students is also encouraged throughout the course.

Topics from:

  • Arithmetic
    Conversions: Percentages-Fractions
    Financial calculations
  • Algebra I
    Introduction to algebra
    operations
    simplifications
    brackets
  • Probability
    Concepts of probability
    sample spaces
    two-way tables
    word problems
  • Perimeter, Area & Volume
    The metric system
    calculations involving the various shapes on the course.
  • Scientific Calculations
    The use of the scientific calculator in various topics in the state examinations.
    Calculations performed with and without a calculator

Students are required to have a suitable calculator for use during each day the course.

 

Science

In this course students are introduced to key elements of the Junior Cycle Common Level Science syllabus.

Topics from:

  • Biology
    Cells.
    Transport in the Body.
    Food.
  • Chemistry
    Atoms.
    Elements.
    Compounds.
    Periodic Table.
  • Physics
    Measurement.
    Energy.
  • Earth & Space
    Earth.
    Moon.
    Sun.

 

English

During these classes students are introduced to the key skills they will need in Junior Cycle English.

Topics from:

  • Structure
    Sentence and paragraph building, with a focus on clear communication.
    How to overcome the ‘I know what I want to say, but don’t know how to say it’ problem.
  • Characteristics of good storytelling
    The elements that make good narrative writing.
    How to apply these elements to the analysis of a text and to your own creative writing.
  • Introduction to Poetry
    What to look for in a poem, both in terms of style and theme.
    Vocabulary to express your view of a given poem.
  • Drama and Fiction
    All 2nd and 3rd year students are required to read a novel and a play in preparation for their Junior Cycle. This class shows students what to look for when reading their text, and also highlights the important aspects of a text that should be prepared.

 

Irish

This course is designed to introduce students to the requirements of the new Junior Cycle Gaeilge course.

Topics from:

  • Scileanna Labhartha
    Useful phrases to improve spoken skills.
    Students will be encouraged to participate in the class as Gaeilge, boosting their confidence ahead of the Classroom Based Assessment.
  • Léamhthuiscint
    Focus on key question words and phrases.
    Practising Junior Cycle comprehensions.
  • Gramadach
    Focus on verbs in all tenses.
  • Cluastuiscint
    Practicing the skill of answering the listening section of the Junior Cycle exam.

**Four Subjects For The Price Of One**
Subjects*New FEE*Normal PriceYou SAVE
3 subjects€195€435€240
4 subjects€195€555€360
  • Credit Card payments accepted
  • 10% reduction for the second and subsequent members of the same family, attending the same courses. Please contact our office at 01 661 3511 to avail of this discount.
  • Fees are non-transferable

CLICK ON EACH QUESTION FOR ANSWER:

 

Q: How long is each course?

A:       Each Online Course consists of five individual recordings of approximately one hour in duration each

 

Q:Is there a limit to the number of courses I will have access to?

A:       You can enrol for any number and any combination of courses you wish from our online Easter Revision Course Timetable. You will only have access to the courses and notes for the subjects for which you have enrolled.

 

Is it possible to receive copies of the Institute’s class notes?

A:       Yes. Our online classes will be fully supported by the Institute’s legendary exam-focused class notes. Wee will arrange to deliver the notes for the subjects you have chosen directly to your home FREE of charge.*

*PLEASE NOTE: Due to the increased measures to counteract the spread of COVID-19 which came into effect on Saturday 28 March 2020 we are not currently in a position to print and deliver these notes. When these restrictions are lifted, and it is possible for us to safely do so, we will fulfil any outstanding orders for students enrolled on this course.

 

Q: How will I access my courses?

A:       We will email you a link to the pre-recorded classes, for which you are enrolled, along with a unique password

 

Q: Who do I contact if I have difficulty accessing my online classes:

A:       If you experience difficulties accessing your classes please email easter@instituteofeducation.ie

 

Q: If I did the August course should I do the same subject/ subjects on the Online Easter Course?

A: It depends, more of the syllabus will be covered during the Easter course.

 

Q: If I did the Christmas course should I do the same subject/ subjects on the Easter course?

A: Typically students will take different subjects at Easter than they did at Christmas.