DigiLearn is back!
Join us for our first DigiLearn event with Apple
9th March, the Aviva Stadium
Book your place at our Apple DigiLearn event today!
Check out our full agenda below
Wednesday 9th March
Introduction Talk: 10am
Coffee Break: 11.30am
Leadership Discussions: 11.50am
Secondary School Panel Discussion
Primary School Leadership Talk
Secondary School Workshop
1:1 School Workshop
Primary School Workshop
Lunch & Close: 1.30pm
Meet Our Speakers
Off the sporting field, Sene has led sport strategies for national governing bodies — both inside and outside rugby — Olympic federations and broadcasters. A champion of equal opportunity in sport and business, she also works with global brands to promote the visibility of women.
She is a board director for national voluntary organisation Bodywhys, and was named as one of Ireland’s 30 Most Influential Women by the Irish Times and Ireland’s Top 10 Unrelenting Sportswomen, as she continues to make a meaningful contribution to the game and the community around her.
Éanna O Bradaigh
Conor is a Mathematics, Science & Coding teacher in Sandymount Park Educate Together Secondary School. He is also the digital technologies coordinator and teaching and learning coordinator. Conor is a certified Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert and Apple Certified Teacher. He believes strongly that when used effectively in the classroom, technology can have a transformational impact on student learning.
Georgina O Mahony
Georgina is a learning technologist based in Mount Anville Secondary School, Dublin 14. She has previously taught Biology and Computer Science at 2nd and 3rd level and now works with both staff and students to develop and implement their school's digital strategy. She is particularly interested in the use of technology to enhance teaching practice and to make learning inclusive for all learners.
Michael O Kane
Michael is headmaster of St. Colmcille's Primary School and Nursery in Claudy, Co. Derry. He is an Apple Distinguished Educator and Apple Professional Learning Specialist and has authored a number of books on coding in the classroom. He is passionate about ensuring that teachers are supported as much as possible when integrating technology into teaching and learning.
Róisín Johnston is primary school teacher and Digital Coordinator at Holy Cross Mercy Primary School in Killarney in Co Kerry as well as manager of Kerry Regional Training Centre. She is an Apple Distinguished Educator and a Seesaw Certified Educator. Róisín loves to share her knowledge and show other teachers how they can use digital technologies to enhance teaching and learning in their classrooms.