Tag Archives: Literacy and Gàidhlig

Gaelic Education Award/Duais Foghlam Gaidhlig⤴

from @ Education Scotland's Learning Blog

The Scottish Education Awards recognise early learning and childcare settings and schools that have developed a vibrant and progressive culture and climate of continuous innovation in relation to Gaelic Medium and Gaelic Learner Education. The culture and ethos should promote respect, ambition and achievement in Gaelic Education while improving outcomes for all learners in ways which eliminate inequity.

Do you know an early learning and childcare centre or school that can respond to the above statement? Then why not nominate them for the Gaelic Education Award?

Nominations close at 12 noon on Wednesday 14 February 2018

PLEASE NOMINATE AT

www.scottisheducationawards.co.uk

Deputy First Minister’s Maths Challenge: GME Version⤴

from @ Education Scotland's Learning Blog

Tha Dùbhlan Matamataig an Leas Phrìomh Mhinisteir ri fhaighinn ann an Gàidhlig an seo:

http://gaelic.readwritecount.scot/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/148167_SCT1117349458-1_DFM_Maths_Challenge_A3_Gaelic-WEB22-1.pdf

Tha sinn an dòchas gun còrd e ruibh.

Deputy First Minister’s Maths Challenge is available through the medium of Gaelic:

http://gaelic.readwritecount.scot/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/148167_SCT1117349458-1_DFM_Maths_Challenge_A3_Gaelic-WEB22-1.pdf

Fun, festive activities to keep your child busy over the holidays!

Bookbug and Read, Write, Count in GME: Professional learning resource.⤴

from @ Education Scotland's Learning Blog

Please see this presentation which gives an overview of the Read, Write, Count initiative.  It explores the potential of Read, Write, Count as a parental engagement tool and discusses practical ways to integrate Read, Write, Count in schools and communities.

The presentation includes how Bookbug and Read, Write, Count has been  used as a support tool for parental engagement and family learning in Gaelic Medium Education. It also  highlights the related impact on Gaelic language development .

* A Glow login is required *

 

Resources to support health and wellbeing in Gaelic Medium Education (GME)⤴

from @ Education Scotland's Learning Blog

The Safer Scotland Scottish Government website has resources to support children learning through the medium of Gaelic. These include interactive games and stories.  Please visit:

http://gaelic.gosafewithziggy.com/

Road Safety – ‘Go Safe with Ziggy’ Competition

Ziggy’s BIG competition is about helping children learn about road safety in a fun, creative way.  This is part of a Scotland-wide movement to help young children be safe on roads and about traffic. The competition is open until the end of April 2018.

Case Study: Increasing the uptake for languages in the senior phase⤴

from @ Education Scotland's Learning Blog

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:

https://www.scilt.org.uk/Portals/24/Library/news/2017/St%20Thomas%20Aquinas%20Secondary%20School%20Case%20Study.pdf?ver=2017-11-17-162149-840

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)

https://education.gov.scot/improvement/frwk2hgios

Section 2 of the statutory Guidance on Gaelic Education

http://www.gaidhlig.scot/bord/education/statutory-guidance/

Advice on Gaelic Education: Secondary stages (Gaelic Medium Education)

https://education.gov.scot/improvement/Documents/Gael3-9secondarystages.pdf

https://education.gov.scot/improvement/Documents/Gael3-9rean%c3%a1rdsgoile.pdf

Quality and Improvement in Scottish Education: Gaelic Medium Education

https://education.gov.scot/Documents/QuISEGaelic%20Medium%20Education.pdf

Gaelic Medium Education: self-improvement, attainment and leadership

https://blogs.glowscotland.org.uk/glowblogs/eslb/2017/06/08/gaelic-medium-education-self-improvement-attainment-and-leadership/

 

Support Materials: Quality Assurance and Moderation⤴

from @ Education Scotland's Learning Blog

The Moderation Hub on Glow contains materials which will assist practitioners in GME to develop a shared understanding of standards and expectations in the BGE. They can also be used to support teacher professional judgements. 

A login is required.

 

Moderation Cycle (Gaelic Version)⤴

from @ Education Scotland's Learning Blog

The Moderation Cycle is now available through the medium of Gaelic.   This outlines each stage of the moderation process and assists in enabling practitioners to develop a shared understanding of standards and expectations in the BGE.

https://blogs.glowscotland.org.uk/glowblogs/eslb/2017/11/03/moderation-cycle-gaelic-version/

 

Postgraduate Teaching Certificate in GME⤴

from @ Education Scotland's Learning Blog

An External Examiner is required for the  successful STREAP Programme to start immediately.  This post will normally be for a period of 4 years but will be dependent on continued funding from Scottish Government.

This postgraduate programme was developed jointly by Sabhal Mòr Ostaig UHI and the University of Aberdeen.  It aims to meet the needs of fully-qualified educationalists who want to enhance and extend professional practice in the teaching of subject/stage through the medium of Gaelic.

The programme covers a range of theoretical, historical and policy perspectives – interpretive, social, creative – relating to immersion and bilingual teaching and the promotion of Gaelic Medium Education.

It develops participants’ personal Gaelic language skills, competence and confidence in classroom practice and critical reflection in the Gaelic medium context.

To express interest, please send a current CV to Catriona MacDonald at the University of Aberdeen   catriona.a.macdonald@abdn.ac.uk.

 

SCEL Leadership Programmes⤴

from @ Education Scotland's Learning Blog

 

The SCEL Teacher Leadership Programme supports teachers and practitioners to make a difference in the classroom, school and wider community through access to innovative and quality leadership development programmes and activities.  For more details, please visit:

http://www.scelscotland.org.uk/what-we-offer/