Success Stories

Success Stories

Dr Aine Moran - Principal

Le Cheile iPad, Le Cheile Secondary School
“When parents and school management decided to embark on this approach before the school opened, we liaised with Wriggle to develop the project. Wriggle has been an invaluable support to Le Chéile Secondary School providing ongoing support, training and deployment services”.

Orla Walsh

Deputy Principal, Mount Sackville Secondary School
When we took the decision to fully integrate technology into our school and place a device in every students hands we engaged Wriggle’s services. Sinéad and Jamie came to deliver professional training to our staff. They are powerful, eager and helpful educators. Their enthusiasm is as contagious as their excitement is energising. Wriggle empowered our staff with a love of digital learning and we are hugely grateful and inspired, thank you!

Tara Robinson

LCETB FET Remote Training, Limerick College of Further Education,Limerick Sen
"The training sessions with Seán have been just excellent. He moderated it with great calm and style and was an absolute pleasure to work with. We can't thank Wriggle enough."

Fionnuala Ní Chaisil - Príomhoide

Luttrellstown iPad, Luttrellstown Community College
"In Luttrellstown Community College, we already see the success of the device as a tool for teaching and learning. The methodologies that the iPad allows are ideal to maximise the benefits of Junior Cycle Reform. This includes group work, peer assessment and project work. Examples of this technology in action include mirroring students work on IWB, which gives opportunities to each and every learner in the classroom for positive feedback, praise and encouragement. Students become more creative in their presentation of their work and create fabulous diagrams. Students can get instant feedback on quizzes in class which harnesses their competitiveness in the most positive way possible."

Danny Murray - teacher feature - iPad

St Joseph's Rush , St Joseph's Secondary School
"Like it or not, students have devices in today's world. It's better to get them into the routine of appropriate use when they are younger than pretending mobile devices don't exist and having students go off the rails in the first year of college." On student engagement with iPad: "When the students are doing individual work, the content is more tailored to the needs of that student. With such a massive variety of resources available students can now choose their own ability level. Making the personalisation of learning achievable."

Mr Alan Mongey, Principal

Clare Galway College, Coláiste Bhaile Chláir
The reaction has been hugely positive. We have found that student engagement has increased in class. It also makes teaching easier. There is a learning curve in terms of using technology. But we have found that our staff are quite open to working together and learning from one another.”
We use cookies to improve our website. By continuing to use this website, you are giving consent to cookies being used. More details...