Learning to love Irish using digital tools

Edco’s fully interactive programme of games, songs and stories is bringing excitement to language classes all over the country

24th January, 2016
Primary school teacher Carla Dalton using Edco’s technology with her pupils at St Mary’s Convent Primary school in Trim, Co Meath

Using digital resources to teach Irish hasn’t always been easy, but with a growing list of accolades under its belt, the Educational Company of Ireland’s Bua na Cainte system has been steadily winning fans and making converts since it was launched in 2014.

And a huge part of its appeal, according to Julie Glennon, commercial director with Edco, is that it concentrates on teaching Irish in a way that engages kids and...

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