When: 2 – 7 July 2017 and 23 – 27 July 2017
Where: South Uist
Language level: Beginner to Fluent
Brief: This Gaelic Enrichment Course is a career-long professional learning opportunity for teachers of GLE and GME. The course aims to support teachers use and develop their Gaelic language skills within a community setting. The course will be tailored to the specific needs of the teachers. It includes: conversational skills, grammar, resources for the classroom, workshops and field trips.
For more information, please contact: Ceòlas Uibhist, Taigh Gleus, Dalabrog, Uibhist a Deas HS8 5SS Tel: 01878 700154 E-mail: email@example.com
The Go!Gaelic resource is a distinct programme which provides training, support and resources to equip teachers with the necessary Gaelic language skills and teaching methodology to deliver Gaelic as L2 or L3 from early to second level at the primary stages.
The Go! Gaelic course provides teachers with 18 days of language learning and pedagogy practice. It is supported by the website (http://go-gaelic.scot) which hosts materials to support trainers, teachers and learners. The website is also supported by a Go! Gaelic app that enables teachers to access the vocabulary and audio through tablets and smartphones. For more information, please contact: Jonathan.firstname.lastname@example.org
Our latest Briefing on Gaelic Education is available at:
We would appreciate your assistance in advising practitioners of the availability of this latest edition.
If you wish to use our e-bulletins and briefings to inform practitioners of Gaelic Education of useful information, please contact us at Inverness@educationscotland.gsi.gov.uk. Our next bulletin will be published on 26 February 2016.
This third Glow TV session from the Modern Languages team at Education Scotland will look at Reading and Writing in a 1+2 context. It will give advice on approaches to developing these skills in young learners and how this fits in with the new Experiences and Outcomes at First Level published at the end of March.
Join us live on Wednesday 29th April at 4pm. Register now to take part in this session in Glow TV.
This second Glow TV event in the series hosted by the modern languages team at Education Scotland will focus on developing listening and talking in young learners in a 1+2 context.
There will also be information on the latest developments and support available from Education Scotland.
This session is aimed at development officers and practitioners and will take place on Wednesday 25th February at 4pm. – Register now in Glow TV to join in on the day.