Irish language preschools: training policies and practice. Máire Mhic Mhathúna, Ph.D. Dublin Institute of Technology. Overview of paper. Ecological theories of language Relate aspects of theory to Irish language preschools or naíonraí in the linguistic and educational spheres
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Máire Mhic Mhathúna, Ph.D.
Dublin Institute of Technology
(Lave and Wenger 1991, Kramsch 2002: xii)
One year’s free pre-schooling on universal basis from 2010, subject to certain conditions
Part-time nature of training and time needed to complete
programmes mitigate against further training, significant
aspect of professional development.
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