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Gaelic teachers encouraged to share resources via new website

6 December 2018 (Stòrlann)

A website for Gaelic teachers to share resources has been created by Gaelic educational resources organisation Stòrlann Nàiseanta na Gàidhlig. Material can be uploaded and downloaded via the website Seo Sibh.

The website is aimed at saving teacher time and effort through the sharing of resources. All resources that are uploaded will be quality assured by Stòrlann staff for vocabulary, grammar and good design, before being made available for download.

The resources are split into sections – early years, primary, secondary, parents and general resources – and teachers are encouraged to contribute towards building a bank of material that can be accessed by colleagues across the country.

Some of the Seo Sibh resources are also editable files, so they can be tailored to suit.

Teachers who submit their resources will be clearly credited for the work, although they can also opt to be anonymous.

Neil Smith, Head of Development Services for Stòrlann, said the site had been created “to meet a need and respond to teacher feedback” and added: “We want to encourage people to use the sharing site and share their work with others to help each other out.”

Visit the website for more information.


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