Welcome to IASTA's new website.

Welcome to the website of the Irish Agricultural Science Teachers’ Association (IASTA). IASTA aims to serve the teachers of Agricultural Science in Ireland by providing resources for teachers, organising events and providing up to date news about Irish farming to teachers.

Membership

Sign up and manage your IASTA membership online. Get access to course notes, videos, photos and more.

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Member’s Area

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News

Catch up with the latest IASTA news, events and competitions.

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Latest News & Tweets

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George Mullen RIP

The Members of IASTA wish to extend their sincere sympathy to the wife and family of George Mullen – a former lecturer of Agricultural Science in both UCD and UL, who sadly passed away today (Sunday 22nd Jan 2017).  “Ar Dheis De go raibh a anamh.” George was a founding member of IASTA and served […]

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Cork / Kerry Branch Meeting

The Cork / Kerry Branch of IASTA will hold a meeting at Creedon’s Abbey Hotel, Ballyvourney on Monday 28th October 2016 @ 6:40 pm – 9:15pm. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss and share methods of Summative Assessment of Leaving Certificate Agricultural Science 2016′.

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IASTA In-Service, Sat October 8th 2016

IASTA are delighted to announce ‘In – Service Training Event’ at Kildalton Agricultural College on Saturday 8th Oct. 2017. The session will cover a range of Ag Science topics including soils, cereals, genetics and plant ID. Full details will be available shortly so watch this space. The event is organised by the South East Branch […]

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