Over 2,000 primary school teachers have done one of Gaelchultúr’s online EPV courses since they were first offered three years ago and the company has developed two new courses to meet the growing demand.
There’s plenty of information in this month’s edition of Nuachtlitir Ghaelchultúir about events run by the company itself and by other organisations. So whether you’re looking for a language course or an Irish language hobby, you’ll find all the best advice here.
There’s a significant difference between “nóinín” and “naíonán”, but if you’re not sure what it is, and if you’ve got an Irish interview coming up soon for the H.Dip. in Arts in Primary Education with Hibernia, you’d do well to attend the preparatory course being organised by Gaelchultúr this summer.
May’s Deal of the Month on siopa.ie is an Irish language globe - a wonderful resource for children and adults alike which is available at a big discount throughout the month.
Video interviews regarding the books of the month have been uploaded to ClubLeabhar.com since last September and it’s clear from the number of people who have watched the videos that this new aspect of the project really appeals to club members.
If you’d like a taste of the Kerry Gaeltacht’s rich heritage, one way to do this is to attend one of Oidhreacht Chorca Dhuibhne’s courses this summer.
Is your cluelessness about computing legendary? Are you haunted by headers, fearful of footers and spooked by spacing? Show the nonbreaking space and hyphen trick to your friends, colleagues and family and you’ll soon have a new reputation – that of techie top dog.