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'This was really useful as it has increased my confidence which was my main worry about teaching French'
'I found the event interesting, worthwhile and informative. I wanted to find out about planning and resources and I have come away with great ideas for both'
'It gave valuable information about how languages can be integrated into a busy school day'
SCILT aims to provide high quality professional learning opportunities to support the teaching and learning of languages across all sectors and all parts of the country.
We regularly host national conferences, residential schools and online learning events. To be the first to know about these events, sign up to the SCILT weekly news e-bulletin.
In addition, authorities, clusters or schools may be interested in booking one or more of the workshops from the SCILT Professional Learning Programme 2016-17 – Connected language learning
Whatever your professional learning needs, we will endeavour to meet them. If you have specific requirements we are happy to develop bespoke input and support.
For further information please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org stating the following:
Are you a teacher of Mandarin, or considering introducing Mandarin to your school? Visit the Confucius Institute for Scotland's Schools professional learning page to view their professional learning menu for 2016-17.
Opportunities from Scottish universities - professional development courses for language teachers in Scotland.
Upskilling your practice - CPD opportunities for language teachers at all levels, from Early Years and Primary through to the end of Secondary.
Further support - specifically for early years' practitioners.
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At the University of Strathclyde, SCILT have a number of partnerships with key organisations in Scotland, UK and further afield.
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