Online training with Alliance Française de Dublin – October 2021
In the interest of supporting continuing professional development for post-primary teachers of French, the Department of Education and the Cultural Service of the French Embassy offer scholarships to attend an online course with the Alliance Française de Dublin as part of the Université d’automne.
The courses offered have enabled teachers to up-skill themselves both linguistically and pedagogically in addition to affording them opportunities to engage with other Irish teachers of French. For those who could not make it to the summer training.
Deadline to apply: 1st October 2021
Online training with Alliance Française de Dublin:
> From Wednesday 27th to Friday 29th October 2021
Thème 2021 et programme : La promotion de langue française et des cultures francophones
Mercredi 27/10 – 10h-12h : Transmettre la langue et la culture via la chanson / 13h-15h : Transmettre la langue et la culture à travers le livre
Jeudi 28/10 – 10h-12h : Transmettre la langue et la culture via le théâtre/ 13h-15h : Atelier de perfectionnement linguistique
Vendredi 29/10 – 10h-12h : Perfectionnement linguistique / 13h-15h : Aborder le Junior Cycle grâce au CECRL
APPLICATION FORM FOR SCHOLARSHIPS Online training in Dublin
In order to maximise the benefits of a limited resource through the subsequent delivery of the French curriculum by the teacher in the classroom and the dissemination of best practice with subject colleagues, the criteria for selection are in the following order:
1- The applicant has a primary degree in French and is fully registered with the Teaching Council.
2- The applicant has a permanent whole-time position or a contract of indefinite duration (CID) for eighteen hours or more in his/her school or is on secondment from such a position.
3- The teacher has been teaching for a minimum of four years.
4- The applicant in a temporary whole-time or regular part-time position has a definite contract of employment for the following year. (Applicants in temporary whole-time or regular part-time positions who do not have a definite contract of employment at the time of application can also apply and be considered once they inform the committee that such a contract has been issued. In the event of the selection already been completed they can be considered for the waiting list).
5- A significant proportion of the applicant’s timetable is devoted to the teaching of French.
6- Priority will be given to the applicants who have not benefited from a training scolarship in the last four years.
7- The quality of the personal statement.
Costs and Expenses:
The scholarship covers the registration and pedagogical fees to attend the training.
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