Scotland’s National Centre for Languages (SCILT) has published a case study which focuses on increasing the uptake for languages as young people move from the broad general education into the senior phase. It demonstrates how self-evaluation has been used to secure improvements.
The case study is available here:
To use a similar approach for Gàidhlig and learning through the medium of Gaelic, please consider using the following:
How good is our school? (fourth edition)
Section 2 of the statutory Guidance on Gaelic Education
Advice on Gaelic Education: Secondary stages (Gaelic Medium Education)
Quality and Improvement in Scottish Education: Gaelic Medium Education
Gaelic Medium Education: self-improvement, attainment and leadership
Social Enterprise Academy and Education Scotland are working in partnership to deliver an Institute of Leadership and Management Award for teachers of Gaelic Education. The next Leadership Award for Gaelic Education will commence on 26 and 27 February 2016. It will be based at Columba 1400 premises on the Isle of Skye. If you wish to enrol for this award or require more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Education Scotland and Social Enterprise Academy acknowledge financial assistance from Bòrd na Gàidhlig towards the costs of running this award.
We have produced a summary of key terminology from Education Scotland’s publications on Gaelic Education. The summary does not claim to be comprehensive but it is a useful point of reference.
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For more advice on other aspects of terminology, please visit the Stòrlann website.