The An t-Alltan 2019 conference for Gaelic teachers and Early Years staff will be held in the
MacDonald Aviemore Conference Centre,
on 2 and 3 October.
The conference will be an excellent professional learning opportunity for Gaelic educationalists and will provide delegates with the opportunity to have a look at new initiatives for teaching and learning through a series of talks and workshops.
Registration will open at the end of July. Please keep an eye on this page for other updates.
1. Learning together
Marianne Nairn & Gillian Forbes
Learning Together – Helping children and parents to play and learn together.
2. Introduction to Gàidhlig nan Òg
Jackie Mullen, co-ordinator of Stòrlann’s new resource Gàidhlig nan Òg, will be delivering a workshop on its content and potential use in both early years and home settings.
There will be an opportunity to look at the website layout and explore some of the themes within it. e.g The Body & Face, Numbers and Daily Routines.
3. Cluich a ’muigh
Bòrd na Gàidhlig Early Years Workers
Ideas and resources for simple activities for use outside with parents and young children.
4. Let’s sing together
Song is a powerful way to engage young children in language learning opportunities. With care, and with an understanding of the particular needs of the target audience, the learning potential can be maximised.
In addition to the earlier workshops, we are pleased to offer hour-long twilight sessions as follows:
- Cearcall (Mindfullness)
- STaG – Speech Therapy and Gaelic App
- Reviving Gaelic 3-18
An t-Alltan 2019
“This is easily the best event in the teaching calendar. Don’t miss it!”