The following from Taic/CNSA, Gaelic Language Immersion Group. The principals below are further evidence of the effectiveness of approach with Immersion Education, and reinforce its need on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.
A Seismic Shift In Pre-3 Gaelic Language Learning
A new and exciting development is slowly unfolding whereby Taic/CNSA
will be opening a number of [...]
Immersion Education in Wales
by Cadi Wadi
Since 1965, immersion bilingual education has spread rapidly in many parts of Europe and in Canada; by today this provision is available in several countries, including Australia, the Basque Country, Catalonia, Finland, Hungary, Hong Kong, Ireland, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa as well as Wales.
In Wales in the 1970s [...]
A KGMB-Hawaii news program delivered in Hawaiian about Hawaiian Immersion Education
In the early 1980s, the Maori people of New Zealand began a dynamic language revitalization movement. The establishment of Maori immersion programs in state funded schools constituted one major aspect of the movement. This article describes the development of the Maori language immersion program in one New Zealand school for children ages 5 to 17.