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iPads will be the key classroom tool in Limerick, Ireland’s newest secondary school

Limerick, Ireland’s newest secondary school is set to become a virtual-learning’environment where iPads will be used as the key classroom tool, principal Eoin Shinners told the Limerick Leader.

“The iPad will be a key tool in terms of what happens in the classroom,” he explained. “We’re big into sustainability and the environment so we’ll be as paperless as we possibly can be. Students will be using what we call a virtual learning environment.” 

Educate Together is due to open in a temporary premises at the National Technology Park in Plassey this September. It’s the second Educate Together secondary school to open its doors in Munster.

Limerick is a city in County Limerick, Ireland. It is located in the Mid-West Region and is also part of the province of Munster. Educate Together is an educational charity in the Republic of Ireland, which is the patron body to “equality-based, co-educational, child centered, and democratically run” schools.

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