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Welcome to the CLD Team Resource Round-Up
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Welcome to the CLD Team:
Resources Round-Up

Our Resource Round-Up features useful resources for those working in communities in Glasgow.  Please circulate to your colleagues and organisations in your networks.

Contact the CLD team at: karen.armstrong@gcvs.org.uk.

June 2018

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Fake News & Critical Literacy

Just 2% of children and young people in the UK have the critical literacy skills they need to tell if a news story is real or fake, according to a survey National Literacy Trust have just published. Read more…

Professional Development

New Resources from Evaluation Support Scotland

Reports Reporting on core funding - addressing the challenge 

Videos - Evaluation explained in minutes!
  • What is an outcome?
  • Writing outcomes
  • What is an indicator?
  • Working out what to measure: setting indicators  View videos here
Learning / ALN / Digital

The European Championships Learning & Teaching Resources

The European Championships take place in Glasgow from 2nd August 2018. Education Scotland is providing daily learning and teaching suggestions across all curricular areas. 


 

Module for Dyslexia & Inclusive Practice for CLD

This free introductory module has been developed by Education Scotland, Dyslexia Scotland and the CLD Standards Council Scotland with support from practitioners in the Specific Learning Difficulties Forum. The module will provide practitioners who work in a CLD setting (post school) with an improved awareness of what dyslexia is. Read more…

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ESOL

ESOL Mid Strategy Review

This review gives a summary of activity and work that has been carried out since the launch of the ESOL Strategy in 2015.  Read more…


 

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Criminal Justice

Work on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES)

The Scottish Government has published a Summary of evidence on links between childhood adversity and criminality in adulthood. NHS Health Scotland has recently published a short ACES animation 


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Health & Equalities

Poor Mental Health is More Prevalent Among Teenage Girls from Poorer Backgrounds

New findings published by the Centre for Longitudinal Studies (CLS) have revealed how teenage girls from less well-off families are more likely to experience mental ill-health than their better-off peers.  


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